Sewing projects for intermediate sewers

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1, 2, 3 Sew: Build Your Skills with 33 Simple Sewing Projects by Ellen Luckett Baker

Sewing is as easy as 1-2-3! In this creative teaching book, craft blogger Ellen Luckett Baker offers a wholly unique approach to sewing: she presents projects in groups of three, each building on the techniques used in the project before. Baker shows, for example, how to sew a glasses case, then build on those skills to create a zippered pouch, and from there, make a more advanced cosmetics bag. There are 33 delightful projects in all, ranging from clothing to dcor and accessories. With easy-to-follow instructions, how-to illustrations, and 12 patterns tucked into an enclosed envelope, 1, 2, 3 Sew is an essential resource for beginning and intermediate sewers alike.
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200+ Sewing Projects for Beginners

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Never be afraid to make mistakes. If so, this is the list for you with ideas for some wonderful projects that will stretch your creativity, challenge you and make you even more proud than you already are! Choose your fabrics carefully from the extensive range available. Try following this great tutorial to make a Roman Blind. Chairs come in a variety of shapes and sizes so it takes a lot of patience to follow these free patterns or tutorial from HGTV, to make a made-t- measure slip for your chair. A tea cozy brightens and personalizes a kitchen workspace. The tutorial from We All Sew is easy to follow.

Everyone rates the difficulty of a pattern a little differently. There are some industry standards based on what sewing skills are needed to complete a certain sewing project with any given pattern, but sewers also have their own scale of difficulty based on personal preference. Regardless, once you reach a certain skill level, there are certain projects you should try at least once. First on my list is a well-tailored jacket. A well-tailored jacket gives you plenty of opportunity to test your abilities and go the extra mile with professional details. Skinny jeans via Bluprint member sewing cat lady.

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