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Re-Inventing Chenille: Fresh Sewing…
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Re-Inventing Chenille: Fresh Sewing Techniques and Projects

by Nannette Holmberg

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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 dTcor (pillows, wall hangings) clear step-by-step instructions and detailed photos expert advice on stitching and layering techniques, cutting bias strips from fabric or working with commercial bias, hand-dyeing bias and much more a unique process for creating jackets and scarves from continuous bias stitched to water-soluble stabilizer end-of-chapter galleries showing even more creative uses of chenille Experience chenille in an exciting new way with Re-Inventing Chenille.… (more)
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