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Sew useful : 23 simple storage solutions to sew for the home / Debbie Shore.

By: Shore, Debbie (Writer on sewing) [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookTunbridge Wells, Kent [England] : Search Press, 2015Description: 95 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781782210856.Subject(s): Sewing | Storage in the home | BagsDDC classification: 646.2 Summary: Popular sewing author, Debbie Shore, has designed 25 beautiful and practical storage solutions for the home that are easy to make with her clear instructions and step by step photographs. All the basic techniques and stitches are clearly explained.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Sewing superstar, Debbie Shore has a real flair for designing simple projects that look amazing, and in this book she has created ingenious storage solutions to keep the home neat, tidy and beautifully styled. All the techniques and stitches needed are clearly explained, and the projects can all be made on a basic sewing machine. Projects are included for all areas of the home, and include a storage cube, drawstring toy bag, garment cover, iron caddy, jewellery pouch, tablet cover, knitting needle roll, drawer liner, laundry bag, sewing machine bag, gift wrap storage and even a heat-proof pouch for hair straighteners.

Includes index.

Popular sewing author, Debbie Shore, has designed 25 beautiful and practical storage solutions for the home that are easy to make with her clear instructions and step by step photographs. All the basic techniques and stitches are clearly explained.

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Every household could use some suggested solutions to their various storage needs for items that never seem to have a home around the house, for it would make for a much neater household environment when they do have a home. Turning to this easy-to-use and gorgeously illustrated handbook will allow crafters to indulge in fun crafting experiences that result in extremely useful items for the home. All projects presented are hand sewn and geared to small storage issues. For instance, the author gives clear directions for constructing such delights as a travel-iron holder, a garment cover, a chair-back caddy (for crafts supplies, of course), a garden tote (for those easy-to-misplace gardening tools), and an under-bed storage container. Tools and materials and basic techniques are discussed in the book's opening pages.--Hooper, Brad Copyright 2014 Booklist