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Yeah! I made it myself / Eithne Farry.

By: Farry, Eithne.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London [England] : Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2006Description: 223 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 19 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780297851172 (hbk.) :; 0297851179 (hbk.) :.Subject(s): Sewing | Dressmaking | BagsDDC classification: 646.404
Contents:
1. Stocks and sharesies : what you need and why you need it -- 2. Stitched up : all you need to get started -- 3. Bags in hand : how to make an easy felt bag, a big beach tote and a drawstring purse, a lovely old lady sewing bag and a clutch -- 4. Skirting the issue : how to make a few skirts to run for the bus in and one you can't -- 5. All dressed up : how to make a whole heap of genius frocks.
Includes: Stocks and sharesies : what you need and why you need it ; Stitched up : all you need to get started ; Bags in hand : how to make an easy felt bag, a big beach tote and a drawstring purse, a lovely old lady sewing bag and a clutch ; Skirting the issue : how to make a few skirts to run for the bus in and one you can't and All dressed up : how to make a whole heap of genius frocks.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Yeah, I Made it Myself is all about DIY fashion, aimed at women who are passionate about clothes, and would love to create something of their own, but who are unsure of how to get started. Farry isn't a fashion designer, or professional seamstress, but she can cobble together a DIY summer wardrobe faster than you can say pearl-two. She's made most of her own clothes for years, to much acclaim. When people learn she makes her own clothes they say, 'I wish I could do that.' And her immediate response is, 'You easily could, I could teach you in a few hours'.
For a few months, when she was a contributing editor at Elle, she ran a featurette that showed how to make key catwalk accessories using stuff bought from the local haberdashery. The feature was very popular -- the basic premise being 'if I can do it, anyone can'.
The ideas are accessible and adaptable -- it's all about creating an individual look, experimenting with ideas and laughing if it all goes a bit lopsided. Innovative, young designers will provide insider tips. There will also be inspirational, crafty tales from friends who've come up with their own easy-to-make designs, despite not having a fashion degree. Yeah, I Made it Myself is going to be practical, with pom-poms.

1. Stocks and sharesies : what you need and why you need it -- 2. Stitched up : all you need to get started -- 3. Bags in hand : how to make an easy felt bag, a big beach tote and a drawstring purse, a lovely old lady sewing bag and a clutch -- 4. Skirting the issue : how to make a few skirts to run for the bus in and one you can't -- 5. All dressed up : how to make a whole heap of genius frocks.

Includes: Stocks and sharesies : what you need and why you need it ; Stitched up : all you need to get started ; Bags in hand : how to make an easy felt bag, a big beach tote and a drawstring purse, a lovely old lady sewing bag and a clutch ; Skirting the issue : how to make a few skirts to run for the bus in and one you can't and All dressed up : how to make a whole heap of genius frocks.

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