Easy Guide to Sewing LiningsBook - 1998
Discusses all of the available options when adding linings to clothing, explaining how to make a lining pattern when the garment pattern doesn't include one, how to choose the best lining style, and how to line different types of fabric
Ingram Book Company
A lining makes a garment drape better, last longer, and slip on and off with ease. EASY GUIDE TO SEWING LININGS enlightens readers of all skill levels on the ins and outs of lining garments--from installing a zip-out lining in a coat to lining a sheer or lace garment and more. Color throughout. 135 photos. 45 drawings.
Ingram Publishing Services
There are wonderful advantages to lining what you sew. A lining makes a garment drape better, last longer, and easier to slip on and off. Some linings add warmth, while others can keep a jacket cool enough for summer, but they all make a garment look great inside. In Easy Guide to Sewing Linings, you will learn all of the available options, whether you are lining a tailored jacket, a lacy top, or a favorite sweater.
You will learn how to:
- make a lining pattern when the garment pattern doesn't include one choose the lining style that best suits your needs
- sew both traditional and quick linings
- line a sheer or lace garment
- line a vented skirt
- put a zip-out lining in your coat