Author: Singer Sewing Machine Company Publisher: Andesite Press ISBN: 9781297492518 Size: 76.28 MB Format: PDF, Kindle View: 7357 DownloadRead Online
This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.
Author: Publisher: Three Rivers Press ISBN: 9780517883600 Size: 65.96 MB Format: PDF, Docs View: 3247 DownloadRead Online
Provides information on using a sewing machine, including basting, binding, cross-stitching, cutwork, hemstitching, quilting, shell stitch, and zippers, and offers tips and techniqes.
Author: Charlene Phillips Publisher: Krause Publications Craft ISBN: 1440216002 Size: 36.67 MB Format: PDF, Mobi View: 5869 DownloadRead Online
Introduces the basics of machine sewing, including the tools and materials, the machine's key parts, prep work tips, techniques for sewing specific patterns, and troubleshooting advice for tackling common problems.
Author: Rebekah Dorn Publisher: Capstone ISBN: 9780736826709 Size: 54.75 MB Format: PDF View: 7127 DownloadRead Online
Introduces the history and development of the sewing machine and explains how a sewing machine works.
Author: Laurie M. Carlson Publisher: Millbrook Press ISBN: 9780761327066 Size: 78.51 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Docs View: 3205 DownloadRead Online
Looks at the history of sewing and how it was transformed in the 1850s when an American inventor, Isaac Singer, not only invented a practical sewing machine, but also a way for everyone to afford one.