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Sewing luxurious pillows : artistic designs for home decor
Lee, Linda, 1948-
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
New York : Sterling Pub., [1997]

Physical Description:
128 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm
General Note:
"A Sterling/Sewing Information Resources book".

Includes index.
Format :


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TT410 .L44 1997 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area

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Add character, comfort, color, texture, and style to any room, with fabulous-looking and simple-to-make pillows. Dozens of exquisite pillows, shown in full-color photographs, will inspire you to get right to work. Use a wide variety of techniques for pillowmaking, including reverse appliqu#65533;, smocking and shirring, stamping, needlework, ribbonwork, and more. Whether your tastes run to the elegance of richly trimmed brocade, the heirloom charm of layered lace, or the whimsy of a pillow covered with buttons, you are sure to find ideas to suit your home's d#65533;cor. See how to transform a pile of outdated and discarded neckties into chic room accents. Weave ribbons together in infinite combinations of color and texture. Explore the timelessness of white and other neutrals by working with pure linen, silk, and cotton. Play with shapes--try a cube, a star, or even an outrageous little shopping bag filled with velvet fruit. 128 pages (all in color), 8 1/2 x 10. NEW IN PAPERBACK

Author Notes

Linda Lee is an editor & writer for "The New York Times". She frequently contributes to the Style, Arts & Leisure, & Business sections. The article she wrote for the Education Life supplement in 1998 entitled "What's the Rush? Why College Can Wait" generated an enormous amount of mail. In addition to the more than eighty articles she has written for the "Times", Lee is the author of several books. She lives in New York City.

(Bowker Author Biography)