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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0470127678, Paperback)

Reconstructing Clothes for Dummies offers inspiring projects and savvy tips on how to salvage those tired old clothes in your closet and turn them into a one-of-a-kind wardrobe. It shows craftsters, DIY enthusiasts, budget-conscious fashionistas and people from all walks of life how to unleash their inner fashion designer and transform outdated duds into hip new clothes. Featured projects include making good use of old scraps; reviving shrunken sweaters; finding redemption in that bridesmaid dress; decorative repair and embellishment of existing pieces; and creating unexpected home décor with what’s hiding in your drawers.

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Provides ideas for updating and redesigning old clothes, covering the basics of sewing, transforming T-shirts, regenerating jeans, salvaging old sweaters, updating a bridesmaid's dress, and more; and includes ideas for using clothing as decoration as well as tips on stain removal.… (more)

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