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JOYFUL MENDING: VISIBLE REPAIRS FOR THE PERFECTLY IMPERFECT THINGS WE LOVE!

By Noriko Misumi

shows you how to fix old items of clothing, linens and household objects by turning tears and flaws into beautiful features. Adding sewing, darning, felting or crocheting techniques, as well as some and other favourite embroidery stitches, you can repair your favourite pieces allows you to continue to surround yourself with the things that truly give you joy, whether they were given to you by a loved one, picked up in your travels, or simply have a special place in your heart.

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