Monday, July 7, 2014

Super Stitches Sewing by Nicole Vasbinder


The Perfect Stitch for Every Project

Does your sewing machine come with lots of fancy stitches that you've never thought to try? This essential guide to machine and hand stitches will teach you how to use any and every stitch for professional-looking seams, hems, gathers, darts, and more. Unlock your full sewing potential with 57 machine stitches, 18 hand stitches, and tips to choose the correct needles, threads, and sewing machine accessories, complete with detailed step-by-step tutorials and illustrations.

This comprehensive stitch dictionary is a must-have companion for any sewer, whether you just bought your first sewing machine or you’re a seasoned expert looking to polish your skills. If your passion is dressmaking, tailoring, or simply mending your own clothes, Super Stitches Sewing gives you all of the information you need to make every project a success.

My review:

I could not believe how much was packed into this handle little sewing guide!  Clear pictures attached to full instructions in a step-by-step manner for you to understand each process.  Installing zippers has always been my downfall. This book made it so easy to learn that technique!  Buttonholes, piece of cake!  This book even has a glossary of terms.  At the back of the book you will find related websites and blogs to further your interest in the sewing hobby!  Great for beginners too!  I highly recommend this great book...

  • Paperback: 176 pages
  • Publisher: Potter Craft (March 18, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0770434797
  • ISBN-13: 978-0770434793


I received this book from blogging for books for this review.

Author Bio: 

NICOLE VASBINDER has taught thousands of people the joy of sewing in classes throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. When she is not teaching sewing and design classes at her store, StitchCraft, in Petaluma, California, she designs Queen Puff Puff handbags and accessories. Nicole is the author of Sewing Machine Secrets and Sewing Solutions, and has contributed projects to many books and magazines including Vintage Craft Workshop and Button It Up. Visit her at www.stitchcraftonline.com.

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