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The Kent State Museum

Format: Hardcover



Martha's Pullen's Favorite Places Series

Ohio and the world was given a jewel, when in 1982, Jerry Silverman and Shannon Rodgers founded the Kent State University museum, donating to the institution one of the world's most comprehensive teaching collections of fashion design from the 18th century to the present. Now, heirloom sewing enthusiasts and lovers of vintage fashion can relish in some of these magnificent pieces, personally selected by Martha Pullen from the museum's clothing archives to feature in this premier edition of the new Martha Pullen's Favorite Places Series. This full-cover book is a wellspring of heirloom sewing ideas, with each masterpiece eloquently described by museum director Jean Druesedow. And, as with all of Martha's wonderful books, this, too, is available with CDs of vintage machine embroidery designs taken directly from the more than 60 featured garments.

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Format Hardcover
ISBN 13 9789794090954

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