Full-color photographs and drawings of more than twenty-five different projects enhance this charming decorating book filled with informative advice on choosing the proper fabrics and using it accordingly. Original.
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Liberty & Co., the London-based fabric and interior furnishings concern founded in 1875, is best known for fabrics using Arts and Crafts patterns from the early part of the 20th century. But this is not acknowledged in the introductory essay by Sarah Nichols, who chooses to show the complexity of the firm's production of interior furnishings in addition to their fabric. With no definition of the Liberty style, these soft-furnishings sewing projects for the home seem purposeless. That, plus the hard-to-follow instructions and lack of any U.S. sources for purchasing Liberty fabrics, make this a marginal purchase.
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