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Feeling hemmed in by fragile fabrics and complicated patterns? Versatile, forgiving fleece allows you to skip right past difficult linings, traditional seam finishes, and tedious ironing. So choose a project, add a touch of personal flair, and sew your own style!
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Workman Publishing
Dimensions: 9.00 X 7.00 (inches)
Series: Sew What!
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Don't be hemmed in by traditional patterns! The Sew What! series introduces you to a whole new sewing style free-form, improvisational, and self-expressive. With no prior experience, you can easily create simple, colorful wearables using not much more than a tape measure, some fabric, and a basic sewing machine.
In Sew What! Fleece, designers Carol Jessop and Chaila Sekora have created 30 fleecy projects with endless possibilities for personal variations. Plush hats, scarves, wraps, and jackets offer superior warmth when cold weather hits. Yoga pants, a robe, and adorable baby accessories, including booties, buntings, and blankets, are excellent projects for fleece so thin, it's hard to believe it's fleece. And what collection of fleece projects would be complete without a few dog accessories? Doggie Do Rags, a collar, and a jacket are quick to sew and guaranteed to please the most discriminating canine.
A creative approach, playful photographs, and super-simple instructions give you the confidence to try every project and experiment with personal touches and embellishments. Sewing is officially fun again!