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Re-Inventing Chenille: Fresh Sewing Techniques and Projects

by Nannette Holmberg

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 089689729X, Paperback)

A Fresh Approach to Chenille

Toss out the idea of vintage chenille bedspreads—Re-Inventing Chenille will open the door to new designs and uses. Author Nannette Holmberg presents her innovative technique for adding chenille texture to fashion and home decor—a simplified approach that makes it easy to create chenille, by embellishing ready-made skirts or thrift store denim jackets. Her unique method of stitching continuous bias to water-soluble stabilizer produces soft, luxurious jackets and scarves. The re-invented chenille" technique is also great for creating items for the home such as quilts, wall hangings and baby blankets.

In Re-Inventing Chenille you'll find:20 exciting projects, from fashion (jackets, skirts, tops) to home d?cor (pillows, wall hangings)clear step-by-step instructions and detailed photosexpert advice on stitching and layering techniques, cutting bias strips from fabric or working with commercial bias, hand-dyeing bias and much morea unique process for creating jackets and scarves from continuous bias stitched to water-soluble stabilizerend-of-chapter galleries showing even more creative uses of chenilleExperience chenille in an exciting new way with Re-Inventing Chenille."

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:02:50 -0400)

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