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Shirtmaking: Developing Skills for Fine Sewing (1993)

by David Page Coffin

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Choosing appropriate fabrics for sewing projects---fabrics that flow when you want drape and that aren't too stiff when all you want is character---vies with fitting as the most challenging skill in garmentmaking.
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"Shirtmaking" provides sewers with the definitive resource on the fine art of making shirts. Author David Page Coffin shows how to create elegant, custom-fit garments for a woman or a man that have a great tailored look and fit perfectly. And, even more important, once sewers learn to make and fit a shirt - whether they have sewn for weeks or years - their skills will be dramatically improved. David shares the construction secrets of garments from the world's finest shirt-makers. Discover how to duplicate and even improve on these garments, using simple tools and techniques any sewer can acquire.
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