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Anyone who enjoys sewing their own clothing and décor items, is an avid quilter, or is involved in various crafting hobbies, will automatically accumulate a large fabric stash. Your fabric stash could eventually become a storage problem, if you don’t start a few new projects to utilize some of the stash.
Digging in your fabric stash to see what you can make from various off-cuts of fabric can be fun. A great way of using up the small pieces of fabric, is patchwork. There are numerous items that can be made to use around the home and for gifting.

Topics: Crafts, Creativity, Sewing, Prescriptive, How-To Guides, and Inspirational

Published: Mabel Van Niekerk on Dec 8, 2013
ISBN: 9781310720697
List price: $2.99
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May be good for beginning sewists. There are basically three projects in this book: Shopping bag/tote, patchwork scarf and a zippered pouch, both made using scrap fabrics with or, without patchwork piecing. I would not have paid for this book, but it's a nice scribd selection. Pretty elementary if you are an advanced sewist. read more
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May be good for beginning sewists. There are basically three projects in this book: Shopping bag/tote, patchwork scarf and a zippered pouch, both made using scrap fabrics with or, without patchwork piecing. I would not have paid for this book, but it's a nice scribd selection. Pretty elementary if you are an advanced sewist.
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