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STITCH Magazine - Special Issue - Fall 2013

STITCH Magazine - Special Issue - Fall 2013
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Special Issue - Fall 2013

The theme of this issue is fab projects. Filled with new and different sewing designs, from aprons to sewing machine covers, to 6 apparel projects for embellishing the 'Renaissance Woman,' you can define your style and up your cultural edge. With more than 35 projects total, 8 tour through the decades with bags, jackets, and table runners; 4 slay the dragons with once-upon-a-time modern fairy tale puppets, pouches, and doorstops; 7 wilderness themed quilts, pillows, and masks; and 7 internationally inspired projects take you from knot bags to tea cozies. Don't miss these projects and so many more! Interweave Stitch magazine, special issue, Fall 2013.

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