Altered Style: Sewing & Embellishing Wearable Fashions
by Stephanie Kimura
Publisher: Krause Publications (February 6, 2008)
Sewers love clothes – 80 percent of American sewers create garments, with 31 percent using their sewing skills to embellish ready-to-wear items.
Wearable art is a work in progress that sewers, quilters, and crafters of any skill level can tap into to change what you own, and create one-of-a-kind fashions. Altered Artwear With Wearable Style teaches you how to create denim bags, scarves, and hats from a pair of jeans you already own; use belts as purse straps; transform jeans into skirts, tablecloths into vests and design a whole new world with painted text, swipes of metallic color, and textured fibers.
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