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By Tasia St. Germaine

ISBN-10: 1440238324

ISBN-13: 9781440238321

From "applique" to "zippers" and every thing in between!

Tasia St. Germaine of Sewaholic stocks a hundred and one of the main crucial stitching phrases and strategies. awarded in an easy-to-use structure, this alphabetical reference supplies greater than simply definitions: photographed step by step tutorials will advisor you thru every one procedure, exhibiting you intimately tips to observe the strategy to your personal tasks. it doesn't matter what degree you're on on your stitching trip, The Sewtionary is the following to help.


101 universal stitching phrases and methods, indexed alphabetically for simple reference
Ideas, diversifications and recommendations to take your stitching to the subsequent level
Real existence examples that will help you grasp recommendations

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