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Mary Frances Sewing Book

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Mary Frances Sewing Book by Jane Eayre Fryer is a delightful and informative guide for young seamstresses. The book is written in a charming narrative style, following the adventures of a little girl named Mary Frances as she learns how to sew with the help of her fairy godmother, Madame Martine.

The book covers a wide range of sewing topics, from basic stitches and techniques to more advanced projects like clothing and accessories. Each lesson is presented in a clear and easy-to-follow manner, making it perfect for beginners.

One of the things I loved most about this book is the way it seamlessly incorporates storytelling with practical instruction. The characters and their interactions bring the lessons to life and make them more engaging for young readers.

Overall, Mary Frances Sewing Book is a wonderful resource for anyone interested in learning how to sew. Whether you're a child just starting out or an adult looking to brush up on your skills, this book has something to offer. I highly recommend it to anyone looking to delve into the world of sewing.

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This enchanting book was first published in 1913 “for all girls who love to make pretty things”. Meet Tommy Pin Cushion, Mr. Silver Thimble, Ma Chine, and many other delightful characters, along with the mysterious Needle-of-Don’t-Have-to-Try and the magic fairy lady, who truly serve to show that the best way to learn is through fun! Mary Frances, through the witty, jolly help of the Thimble People, learns easy step-to-step projects from basic stitches that gradually introduce simple patterns and projects to make a beautiful vintage wardrobe for a 16 inch doll.

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