Shape Shape by Natsuno Hiraiwa
Sewing Clothing Patterns to Wear Multiple Ways

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Author Natsuno Hiraiwa began as a graphic designer, but her passion for fashion transformed her into a style creator. Like an origami artist working in fabric, she creates blouses, top, skirts, and other cloth items that drape and fasten in multiple ways. Her new Shape Shape promises to increase the size of your wardrobe and also expand your imagination.

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Natsuno Hiraiwa combines her formal training in fashion design with her background in graphic design to create artistic garments. She studied fashion design for three years in Paris and majored in graphic design at art college in Japan.
Published January 12, 2012 by Interweave. 112 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction

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Another Japanese import from Interweave, this small volume is as carefully styled and designed as readers have come to expect from the publishing company. The book is really a capsule collection from

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