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The Sewing Machine Attachment Handbook

by Charlene Phillips

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0896899233, Paperback)

Regardless if you have a new or used machine, there are always questions concerning various attachments, how they are used with the machine and what functions they perform. This book covers a number of the top attachments as well as sewing feet in order to provide sewers of all levels the information and instruction they need to find the right attachment for any project. It is a reference that you will be able to refer to over and over again.

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This book covers a number of the top attachments as well as sewing feet in order to provide sewers of all levels the information and instruction they need to find the right attachment for any project.

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