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The Art of Sewing: Basic Tailoring by Time-Life Books
The Art of Sewing: Boutique Attire by Time-Life Books
The Art of Sewing: Creative Design by Time-Life Books
The Art of Sewing: Decorative Techniques by Time-Life Books
The Art of Sewing: Delicate Wear by Time-Life Books
The Art of Sewing: Exotic Styling by Time-Life Books
The Art of Sewing: Making Home Furnishings by Time-Life Books
The Art of Sewing: Novel Materials by Time-Life Books
The Art of Sewing: Restyling Your Wardrobe by Time-Life Books
The Art of Sewing: Separates That Travel by Time-Life Books
The Art of Sewing: Shortcuts to Elegance by Time-Life Books
The Art of Sewing: The Classic Techniques by Time-Life Books
The Art of Sewing: The Custom Look by Time-Life Books
The Art of Sewing: The Personal Touch by Time-Life Books
The Art of Sewing: The Professional Look
The Art of Sewing: The Sporting Scene by Time-Life Books
The Art of Sewing: Traditional Favorites by Time-Life Books
The Art of Sewing: Master Index by Time-Life BooksMaster Index
The Art of Sewing by Editors of Time-Life BooksMultiples

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