Book Review: Sew Everything Workshop by Diana Rupp

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Sew Everything Workshop by Diana Rupp
Sew Everything Workshop book page
Diana Rupp’s Make Workshop web site
At CRAFT, we have been seeing neat projects posted online from patterns in Make Workshop founder Diana Rupp’s Sew Everything Workshop since it came out. I got the book a few weeks ago and I am really enjoying reading it. The introductory chapters are more comprehensive than any other beginning sewing book that I have seen. The “Gearing Up” chapter provides background information instead of just a list of supplies so those new to sewing know why they are buying what. There’s also a bullet list of features to look for in a sewing machine like all-metal parts and a drop-in bobbin. Diana also includes personal anecdotes about why she sews and her family sewing history. I really like the picture of her mother’s homemade prom dress. I was planning on giving the book to my sister, since she just started sewing, but instead we are both going to have a copy and have a “Knockout Knickers” sew-along. Sew Everything Workshop book page.
Blissed Out’s Breezy Easy Wrap Skirt from Sew Everything Workshop

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