Member since 12/14/06
Date: 6/12/08 10:37 AM
Sewing books are a weakness of mine and after you factor in the high price of gas it makes more sense to buy them rather than checking them out from the library (at least that's what I tell myself). But I don't like to buy them unless I have an idea about what it is about. So I am wondering if anyone owns or has read Christine Jonson's "The Little Black Dress" and if they recommend it or not. I cannot find any reviews about it. I like her patterns but have never seen a book by her before. I would appreciate any input. Thank you.
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Member since 7/26/07
|In reply to greenandlilac <<
Date: 6/12/08 10:40 AM
Can't you with the bok. I can add another reason to buy ~ typically the book will cost less than all those overdue fines...
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Member since 7/13/07
|In reply to EleanorSews <<
Date: 6/12/08 10:46 AM
...the book will cost less than all those overdue fines...
Exactly why I love on-line renewal so much!
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Member since 8/25/07
Date: 6/12/08 8:30 PM
Christine Jonson is having a sale beginning this Friday.