2 Great Sewing Gift Books

Do you have seamstresses or crafters on your holiday list this year?  Well folks, this is your answer.  These books would make great gifts either wrapped on their own or added to cute baskets of sewing notions & supplies. Take a look...I loved them!


The Sewing Answer Book
by Barbara Weiland Talbert
Published by David & Charles
Sept. 2010
ISBN 13: 978-0-7153-3839-1

My Review:

From the Publisher:
Over 275 expert solutions to sewing questions, covering every machine and hand-sewing technique. It contains simple, step-by-step instructions for the trickiest techniques, suitable for both beginner and experienced sewers alike.

Readers will find everything from sewing patterns and fabrics, to seams, linings and fastenings. Complete with easy-to-follow colour illustrations and in a great small format this book is the perfect reference to keep by your sewing machine.



Make Me I'm Yours...Sewing
Compiled by Cheryl Brown
Published by David & Charles
Sept. 2010
ISBN 13: 978-0-7153-3772-1

My Review:

From the Publisher:
A treasure trove of more than 25 great projects, simple enough for beginners but irresistible to all. Practical yet pretty hand and sewing machine projects are an ideal way to create gifts with lasting impact. Packed with ideas, needlecraft techniques, step-by-step instructions and handy tips to make it fun and easy. With ideas for you and your home, from beautiful bags to vibrant cushions, everyone will find a project they adore.

Inside the Book:



I hope you enjoy these two great books either for yourself or as great gift ideas!


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