The Art of Manipulating Fabric
Krause Publications Craft, 1996 - 311 Seiten
The possibilities for three-dimensional manipulation of fabric - gathering, pleating, tucking, shirring, and quilting woven materials - are seemingly endless. To describe them all would be to describe the entire history of sewing.
In The Art of manipulating Fabric, Colette Wolff has set herself just this task, and she succeeds brilliantly. Working from the simplest possible form - a flat piece of cloth and a threaded needle - she categorizes all major dimensional techniques, show how they are related, and give examples of variations both traditional and modern. The result is an encyclopedia of techniques that resurface, reshape, restructure and reconstruct fabric.
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LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - k2togger - LibraryThing
An exhaustive compendium of sewing techniques. Very well illustrated with photos and drawings, and excellent detailed text. More than a how-to book, it's sewing as high ART. I would love to see more illustrations of the application of these techniques as pure art. Vollständige Rezension lesen
Not disappointedNutzerbericht - disappointedindenver - Overstock.com
How the heck do you change your screen name Oh well anyway I love this book. If you love working with fabric you will not be dissappointed I wasnt! Well thought out book great instructions. I can not wait to try some of the techniques. Great book and value. Vollständige Rezension lesen