Encyclopedia of Sewing Machine Techniques


If the sewing machine does it, then the technique is here! Anyone looking for advice on those indispensable basics will find a variety of ways to do bias binding, buttonholes, edge finishes, gathering, hem finishes, mitering corners, seam finishes, topstitching, and zippers. Or sewers can learn how to make any item eye-catching with an array of creative touches, including applique�, criss cross chain stitching, eyelet embroidery, and lacework. Every technique comes complete with machine setups and guidance on fabrics, stitching, needles, threads, tension, and the presser foot.

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Author:Nancy Bednar,JoAnn Pugh-Gannon
Year Published:2007
Publisher:Sterling Pub.

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Weight 0.7 kg
Dimensions 21.6 × 26 × 2.5 cm


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