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Emerging Fashion Designers 5
Sally Congdon-Martin
• Completed garments and rendered illustrations of more than 50 recent fashion school graduates
• Designers’ statements about their collections give their points of view and unique perspectives
• See fresh perspectives on everything from sportswear to children’s clothes and evening gowns
In this newest edition to a series,
Emerging Fashion Designers 5
continues to be a platform for the next
generation of young designers, exhibiting original designs bymore than 50 recent graduates from13 premier
fashiondesign programs in theUnited States.More than 250 images showcase the designers’ fresh perspectives
on lingerie, sportswear, menswear, children’s wear, evening wear, and more. The wide range of work in this
anthology is augmented with a brief dossier on each young designer, including inspiration and materials.
This easy to navigate resource has garments organized alphabetically by school and indexed graphically by
designer. It is an essential reference to the newest talent and trends in fashion.
Sally Congdon-Martin
began her career in fashion as a fashion journalist in Shanghai, China.
She earned her master's degree in fashion from Drexel University, and now works as a patternmaker for an
apparel company near Reading, PA.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 295 color images • 208 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-4879-2 • hard cover • $39.99
Making Leather Knife Sheaths, Volume 2:
Welted Sheaths Step by Step
David Hölter
• A guide to crafting two top-quality welted sheath designs—each with different technical elements—for fixed-
blade knives
• Features detailed instructions for welted sheaths, in contrast to the quiver-like sheaths in Volume 1.
• 300 color photos and diagrams, two complete patterns, and in-depth instructions
From basic leather working techniques to the professional-level tips you need to make your project its
best, this how-to book will walk you through the steps to produce two top-quality welted sheath designs: a
welted sheath with attached belt loop, and one with belt clip and protective strap. Each part of the process,
from making the first sketch to completing the final leather treatment, is explained in detail, with extensive
step-by-step photographs and templates. A general introduction to sheath making, basic information about
tools, and a glossary of technical terms are also included. This book gives you the know-how to make these
two sheaths, and also serves as a manual for developing others of your own design.
David Hölter
is a trained orthopedic mechanic and has years of experience working with leather.
Size: 6" x 9" • 300 color photos & diagrams • 144 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-4934-8 • spiral bound • $24.99
2015 new books
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