Synopses & Reviews
This hands-on guide from the editors of Threads magazine shows how sewing projects can be fun and productive without requiring enormous amounts of time and material. Since its inception in 1995, the Quick to Make column has been a popular feature in Threads, and this book collects its best articles. These small projects, explained step by step, provide an opportunity to try out new techniques, or test a special fabric that is too expensive to buy in large amounts. All of the projects lend themselves to gift giving, and many of them can be made from the bits and pieces lying around the sewing area. 35 complete projects and 200 color photos and illustrations are featured.
Presents sewing projects that require a minimum of time and materials, often using leftover pieces of fabric, in a volume that outlines each project step by step, demonstrates different techniques, and offers cost-saving tips. Original.
A compendium of the very best small craft projects that have been published in Threads since 1995. Using a variety of materials from remnants to special fabrics, Quick to Make features sophisticated fashion and home accessories to craft or sew in very little time.