#7 Best Sewing Supplies for 2011 – New Books

by claudia buchanan on 18/01/2011

Looking for decorating ideas and tips?  Home Fashion U has several popular books for crafts, sewing and decorating.

Elements of Soft Window Treatments

Elements of Soft Treatments

Great Book! A guide to Window Treatments, Bedding, and Soft Accessories.

The purpose of this book is to give the modern interior designer a basic understanding of the elements that make up certain kinds of window coverings and soft furnishings, so they may understand the mechanics of putting together a soft treatment.   The work of designing the treatment should remain the task of the designer, while the process of manufacturing the design can be accomplished by an appropriately skilled craftsman.

The ability for these two to communicate effectively is dependent on the manufacturer understanding the role of the designer, and the designer comprehending the terminology and role of the manufacturer.  The fundamentals and tips within this book are an attempt to move the current window covering and soft treatment advancement in that direction.

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The most popular book for Decorating Divas is Decorating Solutions by Donna Babylon.

Decorating Sewlutions

Learn to Sew as You Decorate Your Home! This book isn’t just for scared-silly beginners—it’s also perfect for decorating divas and DIYers. You’ll learn: tested decorating tips and sewing techniques from an industry insider, proven methods to make over 100 projects, surefire strategies to customize projects to make them your own, the secrets behind letting the fabric do most of the work for you.

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Newest Sewing Shortcuts and Tips Book on the market.

This book contains the best hands-on insider sewing tips from the popular sewing website PatternReview.com, a community of more than 170,000 members.

The entries are collected from the website’s enormous database of members’ shared comments and advice, rated by hits and reviews. Also included are five special how-to features by PatternReview.com’s master teachers and pattern designers, who regularly conduct online chats and workshops (including Kenneth King, Susan Khalje, Sarah Veblen, Shannon Gifford, and Anna Mazur).  Free Shipping to Feb 15,2011

1000 Clever Sewing Shortcuts

The Author
Deepika Prakash founded PatternReview.com in 2001. She travels extensively to meet PatternReview.com members and support small sewing businesses.


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