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The everything sewing book, Sandra Detrixhe

Label
The everything sewing book
Title
The everything sewing book
Statement of responsibility
Sandra Detrixhe
Title variation
Sewing book
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Detrixhe, Sandra
Dewey number
646.2
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
TT705
LC item number
.D48 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
Everything series
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Sewing
  • Dressmaking
Target audience
adult
Label
The everything sewing book, Sandra Detrixhe
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0411/2003026251.html
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 4
  • Tablecloths
  • 75
  • Measuring and Shopping
  • 76
  • Piecing Larger Cloths
  • 76
  • Cutting an Oval Cloth
  • 77
  • Cutting a Circle
  • 78
  • Understanding Attachments
  • Stitching the Hems
  • 78
  • Reversible Tablecloths
  • 83
  • Decorating Ideas
  • 84
  • 7
  • Pillow Possibilities
  • 89
  • Learning the Basics
  • 7
  • 90
  • Adding Ruffles and Piping
  • 92
  • Making an Applique Top
  • 94
  • Making a Handkerchief Top
  • 95
  • Making a Quilt-Block Top
  • 97
  • Making a Woven-Ribbon Top
  • Necessary Needle
  • 100
  • Making Chair Cushions
  • 101
  • 8
  • More Stuffed Fun
  • 105
  • Fashioning a Fabric Wreath
  • 106
  • Making Gingerbread Dolls
  • 108
  • 9
  • Making a Jingle Kitty
  • 113
  • Trying a Turtle Shape
  • 113
  • Stitching Block and Box Shapes
  • 115
  • Making a Child's Ball
  • 118
  • 9
  • Three-Piece Crib Set
  • Threading Your Machine
  • 121
  • Taking the Measurements
  • 122
  • Buying Special Supplies
  • 123
  • Making Fitted Corners
  • 125
  • Encasing the Elastic
  • 127
  • Making a Comforter
  • 10
  • 127
  • Cutting and Stitching the Bumper Pads
  • 129
  • Adding Ties
  • 130
  • Finishing
  • 132
  • 10
  • Appliqued Tote Bag
  • 133
  • Cleaning and Maintenance
  • Designing the Bag for Your Needs
  • 134
  • Fabric Shopping
  • 136
  • Making Patterns for Applique
  • 137
  • Cutting to Order
  • 137
  • Putting the Pieces Together
  • 138
  • 11
  • Making the Handles
  • 139
  • Sewing It All Together
  • 140
  • Boxing the Corners
  • 143
  • 11
  • Fun-to-Make Gifts
  • 147
  • Trimming Infants' T-shirts
  • Using the Machine
  • 148
  • Easy Turned Applique
  • 148
  • Adding Snaps to Toddler Overalls
  • 149
  • Learning Machine Monogramming
  • 152
  • Toddlers' Quiet Books
  • 154
  • 12
  • Top Ten Reasons to Learn to Sew
  • 13
  • Lined Baskets and Pincushions
  • 159
  • Measuring Your Basket
  • 160
  • Cutting Pieces and Pockets
  • 161
  • Stitching and Gluing
  • 162
  • Adding Trim
  • 164
  • 2
  • Removable Lining
  • 165
  • Lining the Lid
  • 167
  • Pincushion Basket
  • 168
  • 13
  • Hanging Caddies
  • 169
  • Planning for Specific Uses
  • Sewing Tools and Notions
  • 170
  • Pattern and Pieces
  • 171
  • Pockets and Trim
  • 173
  • Attachments for Hanging
  • 175
  • Putting Front and Back Together
  • 176
  • Binding the Edges
  • 17
  • 177
  • Final Details
  • 179
  • 14
  • "Welcome Spring" Wall Hanging
  • 181
  • Reading the Pattern
  • 182
  • Planning the Message Blocks
  • 184
  • Choosing Shears and Scissors
  • Cutting the Pieces
  • 184
  • Piecing the Tulip
  • 186
  • Piecing the Butterfly
  • 190
  • Learning Reverse Applique
  • 192
  • Assembling and Quilting
  • 194
  • 18
  • Preparing for Hanging
  • 195
  • Folded Binding
  • 196
  • 15
  • Making a Simple Dress from a Pattern
  • 199
  • Choosing a Pattern
  • 200
  • Reading the Envelope
  • Knowing Your Needles and Pins
  • 200
  • Fitting the Pattern
  • 202
  • Laying Out the Pattern
  • 203
  • Cutting and Marking the Pieces
  • 203
  • Stitching Darts and Seams
  • 206
  • Inserting a Centered Zipper
  • 19
  • 206
  • Sewing Facing and Interfacing
  • 209
  • Hem, and You're Done
  • 211
  • 16
  • Infant's Gown
  • 213
  • Making a Pattern
  • 214
  • Learning about Thread
  • Fabric and Notions
  • 215
  • Sewing the Sleeves
  • 216
  • Making Bias Binding
  • 216
  • Finishing the Neckline
  • 218
  • Front Fasteners
  • 221
  • 21
  • Making a Casing for the Bottom Tie
  • 221
  • Shirt Alternative
  • 222
  • 17
  • Making a Vest
  • 223
  • Making a Pattern
  • 224
  • Shopping and Cutting
  • x
  • Choosing Measuring Tapes and Gauges
  • 225
  • Decorating with Crayons
  • 225
  • Adding a Slashed Pocket
  • 226
  • Adding Back Ties
  • 229
  • Constructing the Vest
  • 229
  • Reversible Alternative
  • 22
  • 231
  • Sewing the Shoulder Seams
  • 231
  • Adding Buttonholes
  • 232
  • 18
  • Making a Skirt from a Pattern
  • 233
  • Choosing a Pattern
  • 234
  • Choosing Marking Tools
  • Shopping and Fitting
  • 234
  • Cutting and Marking
  • 235
  • Sewing Darts and Seams
  • 236
  • Inserting a Lapped Zipper
  • 236
  • Possible Pockets
  • 239
  • 22
  • Hidden Side Pockets
  • 240
  • Finishing the Waistline
  • 241
  • Final Details
  • 244
  • 19
  • Little Girl's Jumper
  • 245
  • Taking Measurements
  • Considering Pressing Tools
  • 246
  • Choosing Material
  • 247
  • Making the Patterns
  • 247
  • Cutting Pieces by Measure
  • 249
  • Constructing the Top
  • 251
  • Constructing the Skirt
  • 23
  • 252
  • Attaching Skirt to Front
  • 253
  • Buttons, Buttonholes, and Ties
  • 254
  • 20
  • Tailored Shirt from a Pattern
  • 257
  • Beginning as Usual
  • 258
  • Learning about Interfacing
  • Finishing the Front Edges
  • 258
  • Making Tailored Pockets
  • 259
  • Sewing One- or Two-Piece Collars
  • 260
  • Making Cuff Openings
  • 263
  • Adding the Cuffs
  • 265
  • 24
  • Easing in the Sleeves
  • 266
  • Finishing with Buttons and Hem
  • 267
  • 21
  • Advanced Mending and Altering
  • 269
  • Appraising the Problem
  • 270
  • Darts and Shaping
  • Understanding Trims and Bindings
  • 270
  • Shortening Sleeves
  • 271
  • Adding Panels
  • 272
  • Frayed Cuffs and Collars
  • 274
  • Replacing Worn-Out Lining
  • 275
  • Replacing a Broken Zipper
  • 24
  • 277
  • Camouflaging Mended Areas or Stains
  • 278
  • Complete Makeover Ideas
  • 279
  • 1
  • Understanding Elastic and Fasteners
  • 26
  • 3
  • Fabric Facts
  • 29
  • Comments on Cotton
  • 30
  • A Look at Linen
  • 31
  • A Word about Wool
  • Sewing Machines
  • 32
  • Studying Silks
  • 32
  • Selecting Synthetics
  • 33
  • Knowing Your Knits
  • 34
  • Choosing Wisely
  • 34
  • Preparing Your Fabric
  • 1
  • 37
  • 4
  • Basic Mending and Altering
  • 41
  • Why Bother?
  • 42
  • Mending Hems and Seams
  • 42
  • Changing Hemlines
  • 48
  • Choosing a Machine
  • Taking In or Letting Out a Seam
  • 52
  • Mending Simple Tears
  • 53
  • Mending Holes
  • 55
  • Buttons and Buttonholes
  • 56
  • 5
  • Making Curtains
  • 2
  • 59
  • Planning Your Curtains
  • 60
  • Estimating Yardage
  • 60
  • Choosing Curtain Fabrics
  • 62
  • Cutting Out Your Curtains
  • 62
  • Sewing Your Curtains
  • Knowing Your Machine
  • 63
  • Making Ruffles
  • 65
  • Making Valances and Flounces
  • 69
  • Tab Curtains
  • 71
  • Scalloped Topped Curtains
  • 72
  • 6
Control code
ocm53839919
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xii, 305 pages
Isbn
9781593370527
Lccn
2003026251
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
646.2 D484 ; P ; XX-N ; Series - adult ; C804BT1.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o53839919
  • (Sirsi) o53839919
Label
The everything sewing book, Sandra Detrixhe
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0411/2003026251.html
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 4
  • Tablecloths
  • 75
  • Measuring and Shopping
  • 76
  • Piecing Larger Cloths
  • 76
  • Cutting an Oval Cloth
  • 77
  • Cutting a Circle
  • 78
  • Understanding Attachments
  • Stitching the Hems
  • 78
  • Reversible Tablecloths
  • 83
  • Decorating Ideas
  • 84
  • 7
  • Pillow Possibilities
  • 89
  • Learning the Basics
  • 7
  • 90
  • Adding Ruffles and Piping
  • 92
  • Making an Applique Top
  • 94
  • Making a Handkerchief Top
  • 95
  • Making a Quilt-Block Top
  • 97
  • Making a Woven-Ribbon Top
  • Necessary Needle
  • 100
  • Making Chair Cushions
  • 101
  • 8
  • More Stuffed Fun
  • 105
  • Fashioning a Fabric Wreath
  • 106
  • Making Gingerbread Dolls
  • 108
  • 9
  • Making a Jingle Kitty
  • 113
  • Trying a Turtle Shape
  • 113
  • Stitching Block and Box Shapes
  • 115
  • Making a Child's Ball
  • 118
  • 9
  • Three-Piece Crib Set
  • Threading Your Machine
  • 121
  • Taking the Measurements
  • 122
  • Buying Special Supplies
  • 123
  • Making Fitted Corners
  • 125
  • Encasing the Elastic
  • 127
  • Making a Comforter
  • 10
  • 127
  • Cutting and Stitching the Bumper Pads
  • 129
  • Adding Ties
  • 130
  • Finishing
  • 132
  • 10
  • Appliqued Tote Bag
  • 133
  • Cleaning and Maintenance
  • Designing the Bag for Your Needs
  • 134
  • Fabric Shopping
  • 136
  • Making Patterns for Applique
  • 137
  • Cutting to Order
  • 137
  • Putting the Pieces Together
  • 138
  • 11
  • Making the Handles
  • 139
  • Sewing It All Together
  • 140
  • Boxing the Corners
  • 143
  • 11
  • Fun-to-Make Gifts
  • 147
  • Trimming Infants' T-shirts
  • Using the Machine
  • 148
  • Easy Turned Applique
  • 148
  • Adding Snaps to Toddler Overalls
  • 149
  • Learning Machine Monogramming
  • 152
  • Toddlers' Quiet Books
  • 154
  • 12
  • Top Ten Reasons to Learn to Sew
  • 13
  • Lined Baskets and Pincushions
  • 159
  • Measuring Your Basket
  • 160
  • Cutting Pieces and Pockets
  • 161
  • Stitching and Gluing
  • 162
  • Adding Trim
  • 164
  • 2
  • Removable Lining
  • 165
  • Lining the Lid
  • 167
  • Pincushion Basket
  • 168
  • 13
  • Hanging Caddies
  • 169
  • Planning for Specific Uses
  • Sewing Tools and Notions
  • 170
  • Pattern and Pieces
  • 171
  • Pockets and Trim
  • 173
  • Attachments for Hanging
  • 175
  • Putting Front and Back Together
  • 176
  • Binding the Edges
  • 17
  • 177
  • Final Details
  • 179
  • 14
  • "Welcome Spring" Wall Hanging
  • 181
  • Reading the Pattern
  • 182
  • Planning the Message Blocks
  • 184
  • Choosing Shears and Scissors
  • Cutting the Pieces
  • 184
  • Piecing the Tulip
  • 186
  • Piecing the Butterfly
  • 190
  • Learning Reverse Applique
  • 192
  • Assembling and Quilting
  • 194
  • 18
  • Preparing for Hanging
  • 195
  • Folded Binding
  • 196
  • 15
  • Making a Simple Dress from a Pattern
  • 199
  • Choosing a Pattern
  • 200
  • Reading the Envelope
  • Knowing Your Needles and Pins
  • 200
  • Fitting the Pattern
  • 202
  • Laying Out the Pattern
  • 203
  • Cutting and Marking the Pieces
  • 203
  • Stitching Darts and Seams
  • 206
  • Inserting a Centered Zipper
  • 19
  • 206
  • Sewing Facing and Interfacing
  • 209
  • Hem, and You're Done
  • 211
  • 16
  • Infant's Gown
  • 213
  • Making a Pattern
  • 214
  • Learning about Thread
  • Fabric and Notions
  • 215
  • Sewing the Sleeves
  • 216
  • Making Bias Binding
  • 216
  • Finishing the Neckline
  • 218
  • Front Fasteners
  • 221
  • 21
  • Making a Casing for the Bottom Tie
  • 221
  • Shirt Alternative
  • 222
  • 17
  • Making a Vest
  • 223
  • Making a Pattern
  • 224
  • Shopping and Cutting
  • x
  • Choosing Measuring Tapes and Gauges
  • 225
  • Decorating with Crayons
  • 225
  • Adding a Slashed Pocket
  • 226
  • Adding Back Ties
  • 229
  • Constructing the Vest
  • 229
  • Reversible Alternative
  • 22
  • 231
  • Sewing the Shoulder Seams
  • 231
  • Adding Buttonholes
  • 232
  • 18
  • Making a Skirt from a Pattern
  • 233
  • Choosing a Pattern
  • 234
  • Choosing Marking Tools
  • Shopping and Fitting
  • 234
  • Cutting and Marking
  • 235
  • Sewing Darts and Seams
  • 236
  • Inserting a Lapped Zipper
  • 236
  • Possible Pockets
  • 239
  • 22
  • Hidden Side Pockets
  • 240
  • Finishing the Waistline
  • 241
  • Final Details
  • 244
  • 19
  • Little Girl's Jumper
  • 245
  • Taking Measurements
  • Considering Pressing Tools
  • 246
  • Choosing Material
  • 247
  • Making the Patterns
  • 247
  • Cutting Pieces by Measure
  • 249
  • Constructing the Top
  • 251
  • Constructing the Skirt
  • 23
  • 252
  • Attaching Skirt to Front
  • 253
  • Buttons, Buttonholes, and Ties
  • 254
  • 20
  • Tailored Shirt from a Pattern
  • 257
  • Beginning as Usual
  • 258
  • Learning about Interfacing
  • Finishing the Front Edges
  • 258
  • Making Tailored Pockets
  • 259
  • Sewing One- or Two-Piece Collars
  • 260
  • Making Cuff Openings
  • 263
  • Adding the Cuffs
  • 265
  • 24
  • Easing in the Sleeves
  • 266
  • Finishing with Buttons and Hem
  • 267
  • 21
  • Advanced Mending and Altering
  • 269
  • Appraising the Problem
  • 270
  • Darts and Shaping
  • Understanding Trims and Bindings
  • 270
  • Shortening Sleeves
  • 271
  • Adding Panels
  • 272
  • Frayed Cuffs and Collars
  • 274
  • Replacing Worn-Out Lining
  • 275
  • Replacing a Broken Zipper
  • 24
  • 277
  • Camouflaging Mended Areas or Stains
  • 278
  • Complete Makeover Ideas
  • 279
  • 1
  • Understanding Elastic and Fasteners
  • 26
  • 3
  • Fabric Facts
  • 29
  • Comments on Cotton
  • 30
  • A Look at Linen
  • 31
  • A Word about Wool
  • Sewing Machines
  • 32
  • Studying Silks
  • 32
  • Selecting Synthetics
  • 33
  • Knowing Your Knits
  • 34
  • Choosing Wisely
  • 34
  • Preparing Your Fabric
  • 1
  • 37
  • 4
  • Basic Mending and Altering
  • 41
  • Why Bother?
  • 42
  • Mending Hems and Seams
  • 42
  • Changing Hemlines
  • 48
  • Choosing a Machine
  • Taking In or Letting Out a Seam
  • 52
  • Mending Simple Tears
  • 53
  • Mending Holes
  • 55
  • Buttons and Buttonholes
  • 56
  • 5
  • Making Curtains
  • 2
  • 59
  • Planning Your Curtains
  • 60
  • Estimating Yardage
  • 60
  • Choosing Curtain Fabrics
  • 62
  • Cutting Out Your Curtains
  • 62
  • Sewing Your Curtains
  • Knowing Your Machine
  • 63
  • Making Ruffles
  • 65
  • Making Valances and Flounces
  • 69
  • Tab Curtains
  • 71
  • Scalloped Topped Curtains
  • 72
  • 6
Control code
ocm53839919
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xii, 305 pages
Isbn
9781593370527
Lccn
2003026251
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
646.2 D484 ; P ; XX-N ; Series - adult ; C804BT1.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o53839919
  • (Sirsi) o53839919

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