Sew Ready: Garment Basics
Sew Ready: Garment Basics
Brett Bara
Customize and sew your first garment — a chic pencil skirt — and gain the skills to make even more wardrobe essentials you'll love to wear!
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Learn how to sew a dress from start to finish! Build a foundation for beautiful garment construction with techniques that transfer to all your projects.
Nicole Vasbinder
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Join author Deborah Moebes in this sewing adventure as you design and sew an A-line skirt tailored to your shape and style.
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Learn basic garment construction skills as you sew pajama pants that look and feel fabulous!
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