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The ill-fated French Queen became the fashion paragon of the 18th century, thanks to the able assistance of her dressmaker, Rose Bertin. This lavish paper doll collection features 2 figures portraying the Queen and her stylist, accompanied by 15 sumptuous costumes. Meticulous, accurate notes provide detailed descriptions for the dazzling array of apparel.
Knotted lace is an ancient craft making a comeback today, and fans will welcome this new book by a popular author, widely known for her lacemaking techniques and international workshops. Following on the heels of her first book, "Knotted Lace in the Eastern Mediterranean Tradition, "this lovely collection contains entirely new motifs with instructions for all the stitches and skills--from basic knots and loops to edgings and working around a square--along with diagrams. Illustrations throughout, including inspiring photos of finished projects, make these exquisite designs achievable for even beginner lace makers.
Offering practical solutions to one of needlecraft's most vexing challenges, "Around-the-Corner Crochet Borders" is an essential addition to every crocheter's reference library. Photos throughout.
Traditional stained glass artists can expand their craft with the dynamic modern look of 70 patterns, including "Butterfly Breeze," "Peonies," and others. 16-page insert displays each design in color.
Even beginners can make 12 different beautiful tatted hearts, utilizing "directional tatting" and the split ring technique. Separate photos of each heart and a mobile utilizing all the hearts. 111 illustrations.
Featuring some of the most popular projects from sold-out issues of "Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts" magazine, the projects in this collection include a wide range of clock styles, such as grandfather clocks with intricate fretwork, classic pendulum clocks, and whimsical desk clocks. Detailed plans for more than 25 projects cover the entire process with step-by-step instructions, complete materials lists, instructions on buying and inserting clock parts, cutting the clock using a scroll saw, assembling the pieces, and applying finishes.
Featuring quilts from the 2010 Quilt's Inc. exhibit, Baltimore Album Review II: Baltimore's Daughters - Friends Stitch Past to Future. Celebrate the return of classic Baltimore patterns! These smaller blocks make for easier, more portable quilt projects that you and yours will cherish for years to come.
A comprehensive introduction to the materials, tools, equipment, and techniques used to make unique beads with a variety of shapes, colors, and finishes. The straightforward instructions discuss topics that include conditioning raw clay and making simple shapes; producing more complex shapes, such as rounds, canes, and spirals; decorating the beads with foils, powders, and millefiori; and creating faux effects like ivory, bone, turquoise, marble, and silver. A gallery of beads by internationally renowned artists, hundreds of step-by-step photographs of new beads designed by the author, and a clay gauge that allows one to estimate how much clay is necessary to make a specific quantity of beads are included, making this a comprehensive guide that will provide inspiration, demonstrate the range of effects that can be achieved in polymer clay, and teach beaders how to incorporate these beads into jewelry designs.
A comprehensive introduction to the tools, equipment, fibers, and yarns used with four-shaft looms, this reference features patterns for 600 different weaves, including twill, zigzag, diamond, herringbone, and block. Color photographs and large-scale drawings allow weavers to closely examine the details, and the compact size and lay-flat binding is convenient for keeping near the loom. A handbook that is essential for all four-shaft weavers, this manual includes weaving basics, specialized projects organized by degree of difficulty, finishing techniques, resources, and a glossary of terms.
Leather Braiding has stood for more than forty years as the definitive book in its field. Grant's clearly written guide to the art of leather braiding contains detailed illustrations, step-by-step instructions, and a wealth of incidental, fascinating information. It makes accessible, to even the novice, serviceable and recreational uses of leather, from the simple but clever braided button to the elaborate results of thong applique. A basic book.
Patterns, instructions for approximately 45 exquisite projects, many with Christmas themes: lacy edgings; star, bell and angel ornaments; picture frame, more.
This exciting collection of unusual origami projects includes a griffin, sea serpent, wyvern, and a dozen animals from the Chinese zodiac. The models range in difficulty from simple to complex.
Tatting beautifully enhances clothes, jewelry, soft furnishings, and other accessories. Explore the potential of this centuries-old craft with a collection of charming, innovative designs. More than 40 original patterns, shown in color photographs and diagrams, will enchant you. "This excellent collection of designs is recommended for public libraries."--"Library Journal."
Delightfully detailed designs, from the incredibly simple exploding envelope to the highly complex "man swatter", are certain to dazzle all ages. Illustrations.
This volume on LEGO TECHNIC focuses on vehicles that can drive, turn, move things, and go backwards. The book's illustrations demonstrate various ways to build TECHNIC vehicles, which readers can use as starting points for their own creations.
Morgan-Oakes revolutionized the world of sock-making with "2-at-a-Time Socks." Now, the author combines the pleasures of toe-up knitting with the convenience of her 2-at-a-time approach in 15 original designs for men, women, children, and babies.
For the four million hip, young chicks with sticks, the author of "Stitch 'n Bitch" puts a whole new spin on knitting. Stoller's latest book, "Stitch 'n Bitch Nation," features 50 new, even funkier and more fabulous patterns by designers who come from San Francisco to Brooklyn, Chicago to Cambridge to St. Paul.