Introducing The Dressmaker’s Companion – A practical guide to sewing clothes
A comprehensive sewing reference you’ll refer to again and again for reliable, practical advice.
Whether you’re a dressmaker, fashion student or simply enjoy sewing for yourself and the people you love, this is a sewing book as helpful as your own personal teacher.
With over 3,000 illustrations, step-by-step instructions, clever ideas, troubleshooting and fitting advice, The Dressmaker’s Companion will enable you to sew with confidence.
About the author: Elizabeth Haywood always loved making clothes. She trained as a patternmaker and worked in the fashion industry for 20 years. She now lives in the country with her young family, where she’s re-discovering sewing for pleasure.
ISBN: 978 0 646 96824 7 (paperback)
Size: 297x210mm (8.268″x11.693″) A4
Spine width: 22.22mm (.875″)
Weight: 1025.5g (2.261lb)
Number of pages: 430
Cover is matt laminate and interior is black and white text with line drawings
RRP: $AU64.99, $US49.99, £39.99, Є44.99
Publication date: 1st September 2017
Download a PDF of the contents page Contents page The Dressmaker’s Companion
Download a PDF of the index (7 pages) Index The Dressmaker’s Companion
Download a PDF of the introduction Introduction to The Dressmaker’s Companion
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Where to buy The Dressmaker’s Companion
You can buy an autographed copy from me here.
Are you a small retailer or sewing school proprietor and want to stock The Dressmaker’s Companion? I have excellent wholesale rates; please send me a no obligation enquiry: liz@lizhaywood (dot) com (dot) au
To buy retail, try your local bookshop; the book’s ISBN is 978 0 646 96824 7 and the distributor is Ingram.
In Pt Lincoln, South Australia, Ruby + Kate
In Canada, Chapters/Indigo
In Japan, Amazon.co.jp
In France, Amazon.fr
In Germany, Amazon.de
In Sweden, Adlibris
In Italy, Amazon.it
In Spain, Amazon.es
Author contact details
Email: liz@lizhaywood (dot) com (dot) au
Visit Elizabeth Haywood’s blog home page here.
The book’s downloadable PDFs are here: