A guide to maintaining and altering your clothes. It takes you through ten tailoring techniques, covering everything from replacing buttons to changing a garment's shape. If you're looking for better fitting clothes or simply to prolong the life of your garments, it will show you how with easy to follow step-by-step instructions.
Jay Francoise-Campbell is an accomplished costume maker and theatrical tailor with more than thirty years' experience in the garment industry. She is currently employed by the Royal Opera House, where she works on costumes for principal opera singers and ballet dancers, and mentors students and apprentices. Outside the opera house Jay spends her spare time advising schools and online companies on children's historical clothing. This is her first book for GMC Publications.
|Einband||Set mit diversen Artikeln|
|Verlag||Guild Of Master Craftsman Publications Ltd|
|Maße (L/B/H)||212/252/19 mm|
|Abbildungen||full colour throughout, includes 58 photographs, includes 426 illustrations|