Sewing Classic Clothes That Fit by Rene Burgh

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This is a practical guide for everyone who loves to sew. You will find: Step by step instructions Over 350 color illustrations & photos Classic ingredients - what it takes for a garment to become a classic Wardrobe planning - traditional & modern classics & how came about Personal touch - figure analysis & adapting patterns to suit your shape Dressing your figure - how to personalize classic garments with a professional finish Final touches - shoes, hosiery, belts, bag, jewelry, & scarves Clever combinations - how to transform the look to suit the occasion without have to change your entire outfit

About Rene Burgh

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Burgh is a highly skilled dress designer with a broad range of experience in the fashion industry. She has traveled extensively around the world to increase her knowledge of the trade, and is currently designing patterns for exclusive fashion houses, working from her seaside studio in South Africa.
Published August 15, 2000 by Betterway Books. 144 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction

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