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Cloth: 30 Projects to Sew from Linen, Cotton, Silk, Wool, and Hide

by Cassandra Ellis

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Presents information on the history and utility of natural textiles such as cotton, wool, silk, linen, and hide, with sewing projects that make the most of each textile's properties, including cushions, scarves, and leather journals. Organized into five sections - Cotton, wool, silk, linen and hide - "Cloth" provides insight into their craftsmanship and history and includes striking projects that make the most of each fabric's properties, such as using antibacterial hemp to make napkins. Projects include: Canvas Market Tote, Liberty Print Pillow, Wool Pet Bed, Wool Felt Oven Gloves, Tie-Dye Shawl, Simple Sari Curtain, Sheepskin-Covered Stool, Leather Journal, Linen Slippers, Linen Comforter Cover and Pillowcases and more.… (more)

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