Hand Sewing Clothing by Louisa Owen Sonstroem
We are delighted to bring this beautiful publication by hand sewing advocate, Louisa Owen Sonstroem, to the UK.
Hand sewing clothing can be a radical act of slow fashion. Reclaim the democratic, accessible, ancient power of sewing that needs no machine.
Our hands have the power to make the clothes in which we live.
For those seeking a slower, gentler way to make clothes, this book will serve as a guide to sewing clothing by hand — without use of a sewing machine.
Learn the techniques needed to stitch sturdy, modern adult clothing by hand. Ponder the bigger picture with several contextual essays, and then settle in for storytime, as you read a set of stories about hand-sewn clothes.
This book is written, illustrated, and formatted by Louisa Owen Sonstroem, in Storrs, Connecticut, USA. It is printed and bound by Gulemo, Inc., in Willimantic, CT. Published in Jan. 2021.
Spiral-bound specs: 8.5" x 6.13" x 0.88", 100% recycled coverstock cover, 30% recycled interior pages, spiral binding, acid free.