Series: Singer Sewing Library

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How to Lay Out a Pattern and Cut (Singer Sewing Library)
Short Cuts to Home Sewing by Mary Brooks Picken01
How to Make Dresses the Modern Singer Way by Mary Brooks Picken02
How to Make Children's Clothes by Mary Brooks Picken03
How to Make Draperies the Modern Singer Way by Mary Brooks Picken04
Singer Sewing Library by Singer Sewing Machine Co.01-04
How to Make Curtains by The Singer Company101
How to Make Draperies by The Singer Company102
How to Make Valances by Singer Sewing Library103
How to Make Bedspreads (The Singer Sewing Library) by Singer Sewing Library104
How to Measure, Alter and Fit by Singer Sewing106
How to Make Seams and Finishes by Singer Sewing Library107
How to Make Sleeves by Singer Sewing Library108
How to Make Buttonholes and Pockets (Singer Sewing Library, 109) by Singer Company109
How to Make Collars by Singer Sewing Library110
How to Make Zipper Closures by Singer Company111
How To Make Belts And Hems (Singer Sewing Library, Book No. 112) by Singer Sewing Library112
How to Make Slip Covers by Singer Sewing Library113
How to Make Cafe Curtains by Singer Sewing Library114
Things for Little Girls to Sew by Singer Sewing Library115
How to Do Dressmaker Tailoring by Singer Sewing Library118
How to Make Aprons by Singer Company119
How to Make Cushions, Pillows and Bolsters by Singer Sewing Library120
How to Sew for Babies by Singer Co.121

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