Sew Everything Workshop by Diana Rupp

Sew Everything Workshop

byDiana Rupp

Paper over Board | November 29, 2007

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The Book A lively how to and why to sew tutorial that marries attitude and instruction while teaching everything you need to know:
  • How to find the right machine, and become one with it
  • Essential skills, from winding a bobbin to sewing a dart to customizing a pattern
  • Preparing a workspace
  • The Ten Fabric Commandments
  • Laying out and cutting patterns
  • With step-by-step instructions and full-color photographs and illustrations throughoutThe Projects
    • Cuddle-Up Cardigan
    • Tender is the Nightie
    • Foxy Boxers
    • Canine Couture Coat
    • Cape Mod
    • Power Tie
    • Tokyo Tie Bag
    • Lucky Scrap Scarf
    • Naughty Secretary Skirt
    • Founcy Tank Top
    • Knockout Knickers
    • And more!The Patterns Includes ten original patterns—an $80.00 retail value—rated from One Spool (easy) to Three Spools (advanced Beginner) and designed to build skills.

About The Author

Diana Rupp founded and runs Make Workshop in New York City, the hip craft school that teaches everything from how to use a sewing machine to spinning your own yarn. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Details & Specs

Title:Sew Everything WorkshopFormat:Paper over BoardDimensions:256 pages, 9.5 × 8.38 × 2 inPublished:November 29, 2007Publisher:Workman Publishing CoLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0761139737

ISBN - 13:9780761139737

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"This is the sewing book I've been waiting for! Like the hippest home-ec teacher on the planet, Diana Rupp guides readers through every step of the process. It's fun, it's inspiration, it's everything you need to know."
-Debbie Stoller, author of Stitch 'N Bitch: The Knitter's Handbook