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by Emma Brennan

Download Making Vintage Accessories: 25 Original Sewing Projects Inspired by the 1920s-60s eBook
ISBN:
1861086377
Author:
Emma Brennan
Category:
Crafts & Hobbies
Language:
English
Publisher:
Guild of Master Craftsman (May 4, 2010)
Pages:
192 pages
EPUB book:
1825 kb
FB2 book:
1709 kb
DJVU:
1314 kb
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Rating:
4.1
Votes:
417


Making Vintage Bags: 20 Original Sewing Patterns for Vintage Bags and Purses by Emma Brennan Paperback . Emma’s previous books include Making Vintage Bags 9781861084118 and Making Vintage Jewellery 9781861084538. Making Vintage Bags 9781861084118.

Emma’s previous books include Making Vintage Bags 9781861084118 and Making Vintage Jewellery 9781861084538.

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Making Vintage Bags: 20 Original Sewing Patterns for Vintage Bags and Purses by Emma Brennan (Paperback . Emma's previous books include Making Vintage Bags 9781861084118 and Making Vintage Jewellery 9781861084538. Country of Publication.

Making Vintage Bags: 20 Original Sewing Patterns for Vintage Bags and Purses by Emma Brennan (Paperback, 2007). Half Yard (TM) Christmas: Easy Sewing Projects Using Leftover Pieces of Fabric by Debbie Shore (Paperback, 2015). Sewing by Hinkler Books (Paperback, 2013).

Taking inspiration from the fashions of the 1920s through to the 1960s, there is something to suit everyone. Learn to re-create 1920s Art Deco elegance, 1930s Hollywood glamour, 1940s utility and make-do, 1950s feminine and flirty or 1960s mod and chic. Each era includes a unique selection of bags, hats, scarves, collars, belts, gloves and textile jewellery embellishments.

retro-fabulous so simple, with 25 easy-to-finish projects ranging from bags .

book by Emma Brennan.

Discover ideas about 1920s Art Deco.

This is the third book from the successful Making Vintage. Emma Brennan has written features for both newspapers and magazines. It includes 25 stunning projects with step-by-step instructions, spanning the 1920s-1960s. She has her own business, Charlie's Aunt, designing and producing handmade 'vintage inspired' clothing and hats.

Real fur was a,Ot in the 1920s and 30s. Thankfully fake fur is. leather sticking to the foot and means you can use . .

Includes patterns, but not sure what. basic stitches Most of the sewing in this book is completed with a sewing machine, using a standard sewing machine foot. Unless otherwise stated, a regular-length straight. zigzag stitch A machine zigzag stitch is used in projects to neaten. Real fur was a,Ot in the 1920s and 30s.ich better and more durable than the real thing · s one of those fabrics that instantly adds vintage. standard foot and needle on your machine.

This fully-illustrated sourcebook makes looking retro-fabulous so simple, with 25 easy-to-finish projects ranging from bags and hats to scarves and textile-based jewelry. Eras covered include 1920’s Art Deco, glamorous 1930’s Hollywood, wartime 1940s, fun and flirty 1950s, and the hip 1960s. Only basic sewing skills are required; the book provides patterns, materials lists, and the rest, along with color photography that ties the process together. 

  

 

  • Qiahmagha
This book is going to get used so much more than that! Admittedly it is a tad advanced for beginning sewers, but the directions are clear and easy to follow as long as you have some general basic sewing knowledge. The projects are not extremely difficult but they above beginner level skills. Nice vintage look go everything in the book, cool ideas and great instructions on most of the projects. Worth buying if you are into a vintage look. Several items in the book would transfer easily into a rather steam-punk look with very little effort and just a simple change of materials/trims.
  • Eayaroler
Very nice uique accessories, especially the jewelry. They look very vintage, for sure. I thought the trim for the gloves was very creative and made them (ready to wear) look like a unique vintage creation. I'm teaching my grand daughter how to sew. I ordered this book to help her get started with accessories. The projects in this book are for experienced sewers, but everything my grand daughter likes is for the experienced sewer. She'll be happy to get started on some of the more simple projects. The jewelry will be great to start with for children about 10 years old. They can be very creative with these projects and complete them if they have the supplies.
  • Hrguig
It wasn't quite what I expected. Basically ideas for purses, hats, necklaces, belts and scarves. The written instructions as while as the step by step pictures are very good. I will for sure make all eight purse patterns, however I am not into hats and necklaces, so maybe when I'm done with the book one of my daughters will be able to use it. I do love their instructions on turning rickrack into flowers and other embellishments too.
  • Silver Globol
This has some great accessories in it... mostly purses. I was hoping to have some glove patters- as it says, however it tells you to buy gloves to trace out then gives you a pattern to attach a cuff to them. Meh... I probably will return this.
  • Pruster
I have only tried few simple projects in fabrics because I do not have leather facilities, that is, a machine that can sew leather. I hope to try some of the party handbags in leather when I can afford a leather machine. I love challenges! CHEERS!
  • Onoxyleili
I gave it 4 stars because it is as described, the making of vintage accessories. However, the finished projects are not anything I would desire. But, I hope there are some techniques I can use.
  • Mariwyn
It was not as helpful as I had hoped
Bought as A gift for my coworker and she loved it. I would recommend it for any vintage lover who likes DIY projects.