Series: Sewing Companion Library

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Easy Guide to Serging Fine Fabrics by Kitty Benton
Easy Guide to Sewing Blouses by Connie Long
Easy Guide to Sewing Jackets by Cecilia Podolak
Easy Guide to Sewing Linings by Connie Long
Easy Guide to Sewing Pants by Lynn Macintyre
Easy Guide to Sewing Skirts by Marcy Tilton
Easy Guide to Sewing Tops and T-Shirts: Sewing Companion Library by Marcy Tilton

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  1. Couture: The Art of Fine Sewing by Roberta C. Carr (1993)
  2. Fast Fit: Easy Pattern Alterations for Every Figure by Sandra Betzina (2001)
  3. Linen and Cotton: Classic Sewing Techniques for Great Results by Susan Khalje (1999)
  4. Shirtmaking: Developing Skills for Fine Sewing by David Page Coffin (1993)
  5. High Fashion Sewing Secrets from the World's Best Designers: A Step-By-Step Guide to Sewing Stylish Seams, Buttonholes, Pockets, Collars, Hems, And More by Claire B. Shaeffer (1997)
  6. Power Sewing Step-by-Step by Sandra Betzina (2000)
  7. 10-20-30 Minutes to Sew by Nancy Zieman (1992)
  8. Sewing for Plus Sizes: Creating Clothes that Fit and Flatter by Barbara Deckert (1999)
  9. Sewing Pants That Fit by Singer Reference Library (1989)
  10. Claire Shaeffer's Fabric Sewing Guide by Claire B. Shaeffer (1989)
  11. Fit for Real People: Sew Great Clothes Using Any Pattern by Pati Palmer (1998)
  12. No Time to Sew : Fast & Fabulous Patterns & Techniques for Sewing a Figure-Flattering Wardrobe by Sandra Betzina (1997)
  13. Make It Your Own by Lori Bottom (1994)
  14. Fantastic Fit For Everybody: How to Alter Patterns to Flatter Your Figure by Gale G. Hazen (1998)
  15. The Complete Book Of Sewing Shortcuts by Claire Schaeffer (1981)

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