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August 24, 2010

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Suella

What a brilliant book! A quick look inside is eye opening. I love all the tips for making inexpensive or free sewing aids. This book will pay for itself many times over.

Although I've made curtains and things for years, I'm going to take a beginners sewing with patterns class from a very experienced tutor to make sure I really understand all the complications. I'm sure this will give me many more skills in my journey of upcycling unusual clothes and fabrics.

dipali

iwould want to read it as i a a die hard crafter with home made ideas like recepies.

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