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Barcode30293101940208
StatusChecked Out
LocationClark County
Call No646.2044 Haxe
TitleSewing stashbusters : 25 great ways to use up your fabric leftovers / Kate Haxell.
AuthorHaxell, Kate. author.
CollectionNF
Total Circ1
NumReserves0
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StatusLocationBarcodeCall NoCreated OnIssue NameCirc StatusTemp Loc
Checked OutClark County30293101940208646.2044 Haxe11/22/2021 Due on 12/27/2021Clark County

Catalog Details

International Standard Book Number 9781800650473
International Standard Book Number 1800650078
Personal Name Haxell, Kate. author.
Title Statement Sewing stashbusters : 25 great ways to use up your fabric leftovers / Kate Haxell.
Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice New York : Cico Books, 2021.
Physical Description 96 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm.
General Note Includes index.
General Note "Projects in this book have previously appeared in one of the follwing titles by Kate Haxell: Sew-licious Little Things and Sewlicious."--Colophon.
Formatted Contents Note At home -- Out and about -- To wear -- For crafters.
Summary, Etc. For sewers who want to know how to make use of their fabric stash and avoid waste, this collection of 25 makes has the answer. It's a perennial problem for crafters: you have a little fabric left over from a major project, too much to throw it away and not enough for another big make. Sewing Stashbusters has the eco-friendly answer, 25 projects specially chosen to use up the odd yard or less of fabric, so you'll have a clear stash drawer and a clear conscience. To keep you organized while you craft, there are pincushions, knitting bags, and a knitting needle roll. For when you are out and about, you might want to make yourself some backyard bunting, or a patchwork coat for your dog. For your wardrobe, make a pretty tie-on collar with buttons from your store, or sew-on patches for your denim. And at home you can make a cat-shaped doorstop or a Dachshund draft excluder. Pockets, pouches, and coin purses can be made in contrasting pieces of fabric, while puffs and rosettes will use up even the smallest pieces in your stash.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Sewing.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Textile crafts.

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