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Knitting, Crochet & Sewing Knitting Goes Large

Sharon Brant

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Lesley Stanfield

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Super Finishing Techniques for Crocheters Betty Barnden

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100 Flowers to Knit & Crochet Paper Yarn

Stunning, chic knits for real women

Uta Donath, Eva Hauck, Petra Hoffmann, and Claudia Huboi

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Loom Knitting Socks Isela Phelps

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The Basics of Corset Building Linda Sparks

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Chic Sweats Sistahs of Harlem: Carmen Webber and Carmia Marshall

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Sew Darn Cute Jenny Ryan

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200 Quilting Tips, Techniques & Trade Secrets Susan Briscoe

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The Complete Guide to Upholstery Cherry Dobson

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The Complete Book of Curtains, Drapes, and Blinds Wendy Baker

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lus-size knitting patterns are in high demand, and with these 20 beautiful knits, women of all sizes will appreciate their sophistication and style. More importantly the knits in this book go a size or two larger than many other books available. Flattering patterns for every occasion include cardigans and jackets, easy sweaters, summery tops and even some simple wraps and stoles.

Knitting Goes Large contains comprehensive size and measurement charts, clear step-by-step pattern directions, as well as helpful dos and don’ts and tons of advice on garment sizes and shapes, details, textures, and colors that will complement a curvaceous figure.

KNITTING GOES LARGE 20 Designs to Flatter Your Figure Sharon Brant with Jennie Atkinson, Wendy Baker, Kim Hargreaves, and Martin Storey January 2009 0-312-54010-8 ISBN-13: 978-0-312-54010-4 $24.95/$27.95 Can. • 8 1/2" x 10 1/2" • 128 pages Includes over 100 full-color photographs and illustrations throughout A Trade Paperback Original AN ALTERNATE SELECTION OF THE CRAFTER’S CHOICE BOOK CLUB

Crafting Something Special Garden Mosaics

Emma Biggs and Tessa Hunkin

Micro-Macramé

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Annika deGroot

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Wrapagami Jennifer Playford

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200 Beading Tips, Techniques & Trade Secrets Jean Power

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Wrap It Up Espen Markussen

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Build Your Own Paper Robots Kurt Young

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Machines to Make

Ian Lambert

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One Million Mandalas Madonna Gauding

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• Designed to flatter women size 16 upward— from size 38-48 inch bust • There is a range of styles and weights of yarns– from dressy to very casual • Beautifully photographed on location in Paris

Cover photo courtesy of Lion Brand Yarn Company and Alan Richardson. Look for THE JOY OF KNITTING: AN ESSENTIAL REFERENCE FOR THE WAY WE KNIT NOW by Lion Brand Yarn with various contributors, coming from St. Martin's Press in January 2010. 2


A garden of glorious flowers to knit and crochet

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100 FLOWERS TO KNIT & CROCHET A Collection of Beautiful Blooms for Embellishing Garments, Accessories, and More Lesley Stanfield March 2009 0-312-53834-0 ISBN-13: 978-0-312-53834-7 $21.95/$23.95 Can. • 8 3/4" x 10 3/4" • 128 pages Includes over 250 full-color photographs and illustrations throughout A Trade Paperback Original A MAIN SELECTION OF THE CRAFTER’S CHOICE BOOK CLUB

Flowers to Knit & Crochet showcases a lush bouquet of blossoms perfect for embellishing your favorite clothing or accessories. Breeze through this gorgeous collection featuring a colorful palette of simple spiraling roses, saucer-sized poppies, delicate lilacs, and more. Arranged in an easy-to-use directory, each flower is shown full-size and in scale, all cross-referenced to a technical section featuring clear pattern instructions and information on yarn requirements. This book will inspire all knitters and crocheters to pick up their needles and start creating their own beautiful blooms.

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ether you’re just learning to crochet or are more experienced, with Betty Barnden’s valuable expertise, clear step-by-step photographs, and instructions, you’ll find everything you’ll need for creating beautifully finished items in this useful book. Master the art of adapting basic patterns to add borders and embellishments, texture panels, new fastenings and more! You’ll also find a useful section on crochet basics and ten fun projects, with plenty of how-to tips to adapt them to your own style. No matter what your next project is, whether it’s felted slippers, a pretty scarf, or a baby sweater, here is the book to help you complete it perfectly.

SUPER FINISHING TECHNIQUES FOR CROCHETERS Inspiration, Projects, and More for Finishing Crochet Patterns with Style Betty Barnden August 2009 0-312-57049-X ISBN-13: 978-0-312-57049-1 $22.95/$25.95 Can. • 7 1/2" x 9 1/4" • 128 pages Includes over 250 color photographs and illustrations throughout A Trade Paperback Original A MAIN SELECTION OF THE CRAFTER’S CHOICE BOOK CLUB

• An additional section serves as a refresher course with basic techniques and provides inspiration for embellishing your finished flowers with beads, buttons, and sequins. • Learn how to use the flowers in a range of fun projects, from unusual jewelry to decorating presents. 3

The essential go-to guide for perfect crocheted garments

Super Finishing Techniques for Crocheters includes: • Construction: seams, joining, borders, and much more • Different fastenings and closings: zippers, buttonholes, ties, and cords • Embellishment ideas: decorative ideas including needlefelt, free-form crochet, and more

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As unique as it is beautiful— discover paper yarn

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aper yarn is a versatile material. As this book demonstrates, it can be used in all the traditional handicrafts such as weaving, knitting, crochet, braiding, wrapping, and sewing. Paper yarns are washable, lightweight, fade-resistant and come in many colors.

PAPER YARN 24 Creative Projects to Make Using a Variety of Techniques Uta Donath, Eva Hauck, Petra Hoffmann, and Claudia Huboi May 2009 0-312-55565-2 ISBN-13: 978-0-312-55565-8 $21.95/$23.95 Can. • 9 1/4" x 10 1/4" • 128 pages Over 200 color photographs and illustrations throughout A Trade Paperback Original AN ALTERNATE SELECTION OF THE CRAFTER’S CHOICE BOOK CLUB

Learn how to mix paper yarn with other materials including: • paper strips • raffia • embroidery thread • sewing silk • ribbon

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With 24 practical step-by-step instructions for each item, Paper Yarn begins with a thorough introduction to the material, followed by the different techniques used, explanatory diagrams and patterns to create gorgeous objects including, cushions, dishes, floor mats, boxes, bags and so much more. Paper Yarn shows crafters looking for a new twist—or any knitter, sewer or crocheter eager to experiment with a new medium—how to work with this unique material.

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oom knitting is an easy and fun craft to master, even if you have no conventional knitting experience. A sequel to the popular Loom Knitting Primer and Loom Knitting Pattern Book, this comprehensive book reveals everything you need to know to make a wide range of socks. Basic techniques are clearly explained with more than 50 stylish patterns that you can knit without needles. Brightly colored, richly patterned, and using a range of yarns, here are sock designs suitable for all ages, shoes sizes, and tastes. If this is your first time working socks on a loom, flip to the Socks 101 section. Stop by the sock anatomy class and learn the different areas of the sock and the order in which they get knitted--toe up or toe down, and what those terms mean. Now get going, grab your loom, and sock it to them!

LOOM KNITTING SOCKS 50 Easy No-Needle Designs for All Loom Knitters Isela Phelps September 2009 ISBN-10: 0-312-58998-0 ISBN-13: 978-0-312-58998-1 $24.95/$27.95 Can • 7 1/2" x 9 1/2" • 144 pages Includes over 300 color photographs throughout A Trade Paperback Original AN ALTERNATE SELECTION OF THE CRAFTER’S CHOICE BOOK CLUB

Projects in Loom Knitting Socks are divided into 7 categories: Simple Socks, Textured Socks, Lace Socks, Color Socks, Fanciful Socks, Kids Socks and even Footsies

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The essential corset building guide for beginners Linda Sparks’ corset building classes are in high demand by colleges and fashion schools, as well as sewing enthusiasts. The Basics of Corset Building is the next best thing to taking Spark’s class. This book covers everything from the tools and types of materials necessary, to what you need to know about bones and busks, setting grommets, and lacing. Sparks covers every step along the way in great detail, including how to make a modesty panel, build single layer, double layer, and fashion fabric corsets, while offering advice on how to fit and style a corset for any occasion.

Create fabulous accessories and gifts with a vintage flare

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ought after for her one-of-a-kind handmade gifts, Jenny Ryan of SewDarnCute.com has created a lovely collection of easy-to-make and stylish projects. From appliqué and embroidery to transforming plain tees or old linens into pretty pillowcase purses and skinny summer scarves and more, Sew Darn Cute focuses on using vintage and repurposed fabrics to whip up a unique project that’s easy on the planet (and your pocketbook).

SEW DARN CUTE 30 Sweet & Simple Projects to Sew & Embellish Jenny Ryan February 2009 0-312-38383-5 ISBN-13: 978-0-312-38383-1 $21.95/$23.95 Can. • 7 7/8" x 10" • 144 pages Includes over 200 4-color photographs and 2-color illustrations throughout A Trade Paperback Original AN ALTERNATE SELECTION OF THE CRAFTER’S CHOICE BOOK CLUB

THE BASICS OF CORSET BUILDING A Handbook for Beginners Linda Sparks January 2009 0-312-53573-2 ISBN-13: 978-0-312-53573-5 $29.95/$32.95 Can. • 8 1/2" x 10 7/8" • 84 pages Includes 350 black & white photographs and illustrations throughout Paper Over Board AN ALTERNATE SELECTION OF THE CRAFTER’S CHOICE BOOK CLUB

Stylish designer sweats from Project Runway ’s Carmen Webber

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n Chic Sweats Sistahs of Harlem, Carmen and Carmia show you how to make 22 fabulous designer looks out of an array of sweatshirts, sweatpants, or hoodies---new or from your closet. Complete with easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions, full-color photos, and detailed illustrations, the projects showcase their signature style blend of vintage and urban. Turn your favorite hoodie into a poncho, transform an old pullover into a babydoll dress, reinvent your favorite team’s sweatshirt into a sleek triangle skirt, plus much more!

CHIC SWEATS 22 Ways to Transform and Restyle Your Sweatshirts Sistahs of Harlem: Carmen Webber and Carmia Marshall September 2009 0-312-37861-0 ISBN-13: 978-0-312-37861-5 $21.95/$23.95 Can. • 8 1/2" x 9 1/2" • 160 pages Includes over 300 color photos and illustrations throughout A Trade Paperback Original

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Beautiful quilts from start to finish

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iscover all the tips and techniques you need to make that special quilting project—plus the trade secrets that will make it stand out from the rest. Step-by-step diagrams and instructions guide you through every stage of making a quilt, including troubleshooting tips. In addition to useful basics, like how to plan a design or chain-piece strips together, you also learn practical finishing and embellishment techniques and even new techniques such as how to digitally print on fabric. Whether you’re a beginner or eager to perfect skills, this is the ideal companion for you.

200 QUILTING TIPS, TECHNIQUES & TRADE SECRETS An Indispensable Reference of Technical Know-How and Troubleshooting Tips Susan Briscoe February 2009 0-312-38862-4 ISBN-13: 978-0-312-38862-1 $22.95/$25.95 Can. • 7 1/2" x 9 3/4" • 160 pages Includes over 300 4-color photographs and illustrations throughout A Trade Paperback Original A MAIN SELECTION OF THE CRAFTER’S CHOICE BOOK CLUB 8


Create professional looking results on any upholstery project

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hether traditional or modern, a fixer-upper or something you want to revitalize, you’ll find the necessary techniques that apply to all your upholstery needs. From adding gimp to stripping and reupholstering a chair, each technique in the book is fully explained with easy-to-follow instructions, step-by-step photos, and detailed diagrams for extra clarity. With The Complete Guide to Upholstery you will build knowledge and skills ranging from how to estimate yardage correctly to making covered buttons, and so much more.

THE COMPLETE GUIDE

TO UPHOLSTERY Stuffed with Step-by-Step Techniques for Professional Results Cherry Dobson March 2009 0-312-38327-4 ISBN-13: 978-0-312-38327-5 $24.95/$27.95 Can. • 8 1/2" x 10" • 144 pages Includes over 300 4-color photographs throughout A Trade Paperback Original A MAIN SELECTION OF THE CRAFTER’S CHOICE BOOK CLUB

Dress your window with style

Adorn your garden with stunning mosaics

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arden Mosaics showcases a wide range of outdoor projects such as colorful plant pots, unique garden ornaments, the perfect table for outdoor entertaining, wall panels, stepping stones, and more. You’ll learn a variety of designing and laying techniques to achieve anything from abstract effects to representational images, how to make use of materials from ceramic to smalti, or when to use the direct or indirect method. With a comprehensive introduction to materials and techniques, hundreds of clear step-by-step photographs and practical instructions throughout, this is the perfect guide to make your garden special all year round.

GARDEN MOSAICS 19 Beautiful Mosaic Projects for Your Garden Emma Biggs and Tessa Hunkin May 2009 0-312-56204-7 ISBN-13: 978-0-312-56204-5 $22.95/$25.95 Can. • 9" x 10 1/2" • 128 pages Includes over 250 color photographs and illustrations throughout A Trade Paperback Original AN ALTERNATE SELECTION OF THE CRAFTER’S CHOICE BOOK CLUB

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rom first-time homeowners and home sewers to interior design students and studio professionals—when it comes to window dressings and coordinated accessories The Complete Book of Curtains, Drapes, and Blinds is your one-stop reference. Learn the basics of window shapes, measuring, heading tapes, fabric characteristics, fabric quantities, and curtain making. The sketches can be scanned and reduced to put on sample board or e-mailed to curtain makers to eliminate costly mistakes.

• Create stunning, beautiful mosaics that will survive any kind of weather • Using their combined expertise as artists and teachers, the authors show how even a novice can master basic mosaic techniques

THE COMPLETE BOOK OF CURTAINS, DRAPES, AND BLINDS Design Ideas and Basic Techniques for Window Treatments Wendy Baker September 2009 ISBN-10: 0-312-58653-1 ISBN-13: 978-0-312-58653-9 $24.95/$27.95 Can. • 8 1/2" x 11" • 288 pages Includes over 500 color illustrations throughout A Trade Paperback Original A MAIN SELECTION OF THE CRAFTER’S CHOICE BOOK CLUB 9

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With five easy knots you can create hundreds of beautiful jewelry pieces

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icro-macramé is made using finer cords and when combined with crystal beads, creates gorgeous jewelry that resembles stained glass—it is a return to the type of knotting work done a century ago called macramé lace. In this accessible book, Annika deGroot teaches you how to use this older form to create 30 delicate contemporary pieces accompanied by clear, step-by-step instructions. Once you learn the five simple knots, Annika shows you how to combine the knots with crystal beads to create a wide range of lovely pieces from necklaces to watch bands.

Everything you need to know about beading

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ust like having an expert on call 24 hours a day—here are the answers to any beading questions or dilemmas you might have. Step-by-step photographs, diagrams, and clear instructions will guide you through each stage of your work. Learn about creative knotwork, quick and easy stringing, how to show off display beads, mix vintage and modern, incorporate charms, and rescale and design your own patterns. Techniques are organized in the order you need them when making a project, from using the right tools and materials to troubleshooting, to finishing tips for neat, professional results.

200 BEADING TIPS, TECHNIQUES & TRADE SECRETS An Indispensable Reference of Technical Know-How and Troubleshooting Tips Jean Power October 2009 ISBN-10: 0-312-58747-3 ISBN-13: 978-0-312-57847-5 $22.95/$25.95 Can. • 7 1/2" x 9 3/4" • 160 pages Includes 400 full-color photographs and illustrations throughout A Trade Paperback Original A MAIN SELECTION OF THE CRAFTER’S CHOICE BOOK CLUB

MICRO-MACRAMÉ 30 Beaded Designs for Jewelry Using Crystals and Cords Annika deGroot April 2009 0-312-38085-2 ISBN-13: 978-0-312-38085-4 $19.95/$21.95 Can. • 8 1/2" x 10 7/8" • 144 pages Includes 545 color photographs and black & white illustrations throughout A Trade Paperback Original AN ALTERNATE SELECTION OF THE CRAFTER’S CHOICE BOOK CLUB

Think outside the box with creative, eco-friendly, ideas for gift-wrapping Wrapagami

shows you how an ancient Japanese wrapping technique paired with gorgeous, unique fabrics creates a modern, environmentallyfriendly way to present gifts. It couldn’t be simpler—all you need is a square of fabric and with a few simple twists and ties you can learn 22 creative basic wraps. The best part is after you present your beautifully-wrapped package, the recipient can keep the wrap to use for years to come. This is truly the best way to present a gorgeous gift that’s sure to surprise and inspire while at the same time helping the environment.

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oodbye traditional wrapping paper, so long bows, it’s time to Wrap it Up with hundreds of unique ideas for wrapping your gifts. Put a flower in a watering can or a children’s toy in a sand bucket, use unusual paper like maps, art posters, cellophane, and newspaper, or why not stencil the paper or make a collage of various photographs? Instead of bows, you can use steel wire, leather straps, belts, dog collars, or scarves. Let your imagination run wild and be personal and unique. Give your gifts that heartwarming touch.

WRAPAGAMI The Art of Fabric Gift Wraps Jennifer Playford August 2009 0-312-56667-0 ISBN-13: 978-0-312-56667-8 $19.95/$21.95 Can. • 7" x 8" • 128 pages Includes over 100 color photos and line drawings throughout A Trade Paperback Original

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WRAP IT UP 100s of Fast, Fun, and Festive Ideas Espen Markussen September 2009 0-312-57482-7 ISBN-13: 978-0-312-57482-6 $21.95/$23.95 Can. • 8" x 11" • 96 pages Includes full-color photographs throughout A Trade Paperback Original A MAIN SELECTION OF THE CRAFTER’S CHOICE BOOK CLUB 12


From transformers to battle-ready mechas—build them and they will rule!

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ave you ever watched the Autobots battle the evil Decepticons in Transformers and wished you could be in on the action? Create a world of fantastic paper robots that you can color, print, and build yourself with this amazing book and CD combo. It has everything you need to complete the robot building fantasy with thorough step-by-step assembly instructions complete with illustrations and a CD that has 14 ready-to-print, customizable robot templates. From shapechanging Transformer-types to chunky Gundam-esque mobile suits, there’s mecha for makers of all skill levels.

They fire, float, walk, and fly—20 machines you can make!

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earn how to make 20 very cool, very real machines from the inspired-but-easy (Fire-Kite, Lemon Cannon) to the more challenging (Drill Sergeant Alarm Clock, Stomper the Robot). Each project is laid out with clear, step-by-step illustrated instructions—there’s even a section for the machine-making novice that teaches the basics, from how to solder to using a drill. You’ll learn about the fascinating origin of each machine, why you’ll want to make them, plus safety tips that are foolproof!

MACHINES TO MAKE 20 Machines That: Fire/Float/Walk/Fly Ian Lambert September 2009 0-312-57404-5 ISBN-13: 978-0-312-57404-8 $19.95/$21.95 Can. • 7 1/2" x 8 3/4" • 160 pages Includes 220 full-color photographs throughout Paper Over Board

BUILD YOUR OWN PAPER ROBOTS 100s of Mecha Models on CD to Print Out and Assemble Kurt Young July 2009 0-312-57370-7 ISBN-13: 978-0-312-57370-6 $18.95/$20.95 Can. • 9 1/4"x 11 1/8" • 96 pages Includes a CD in the cover and over 200 color illustrations throughout Paper Over Board with a CD in the Cover

With Build Your Own Paper Robots you can: • create over 250 variants for a full robot army • print models out on letter-sized paper and assemble using rubber bands or fishing line • utilize templates for a cityscape suitable for crushing or a super dimension-type fortress for a robot takeover.

Book projects include: • lemon canon–a citrus throwing beauty that looks like a flame thrower • the blimp–same principles as the Hindenburg but smaller • the light-fed robot–follows any light source like a dog • the pyrotechnic rocket—a simple rocket made from a juice carton 13

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A million beautiful mandalas for you to create—complete with CD

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or centuries mandalas have been one of the most popular aids to meditation. Most books are black and white—once they are colored in you have to buy new books to maintain your meditations. Now you can print out limitless patterns to color; the CD allows you to adapt and create your own mandalas, with up to one million possible combinations. Creativity and spirituality combine in this meditative pastime’s enthralling new evolution.

ONE MILLION MANDALAS For You to Create, Print, and Color Madonna Gauding September 2009 0-312-57403-7 ISBN-13: 978-0-312-57403-1 $19.95/$21.95 Can. • 8 1/4" x 9 1/4" • 128 pages Includes a CD in the cover and over 400 color illustrations throughout Paper Over Board with a CD in the Cover

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An outstanding resource filled with pretty edgings, fringes, braids, and more.

A heart-warming collection of hand-knit designs that celebrates family and friends.

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Vintage designs to delight and inspire, updated for today’s knitter.

Knitting

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Exquisite knits and gifts for babies and toddlers.

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Stunning sock designs ranging The classic crafting manual from chunky and cute to completely revised and updated funky and cozy. for a new generation of knitters.

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The first comprehensive technique and project book on loom knitting.

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Learn to recycle Rover’s fur into beautiful garments and accessories.

From cuddly pigs to cute dolls, hand-knit designs to suit every season.

Take the guesswork out of every creative knitting effort.

Crochet

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Romantic and vintage-inspired knitwear designs from the hip London label Weardowney.

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978-0-312-37820-2 $21.95/$23.95 Can. 7 1/2" x 9 1/2" • 128 pages

Create adorable amigurumi— Japanese-style stuffed animals, and learn techniques to design hundreds more!

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All the knitting know-how, tips, and technical advice you will ever need.

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The follow-up to the popular Loom Knitting Primer that provides a variety of patterns to create loom knitted projects.

Timeless knits that reflect the rich heritage of the British Isles.

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Simple-to-make accessories and and knitting humor, geared toward young and creative people.

A unique collection of fantasy dolls to knit and crochet plus accessories

Maggie Righetti’s classic crocheting manual— now completely revised and updated for a new generation of crocheters.

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Stunningly embellished crocheted sweaters, wraps, scarves, shawls, bags and more adorn these pages.

From lacey borders to bobbles, braids and beaded fringe—here are beautifully designed crocheted trims and edgings.

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A handy flip-top boxed set of 50 cards, perfectly sized to fit in a knitting bag.

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An indispensable crochet compendium of technical know-how through step-by-step photographs, diagrams, and simple instructions.

An essential illustrated reference for all crocheters from novice to expert.

Stitch patterns and more—an illustrated reference for all crocheters.

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Bright colors and soft yarns combine in delightful projects for newborns and babies.

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A hip beginner’s guide with all you need to know to start to sew.

This felting how-to provides a variety of techniques including flat felting, 3D felting, knitted felting, and needle felting.

Learn a unique method of combining felted knitting with applique and embroidery to produce a wide range of stylish projects.

Inventive and stylish bags of all sizes, shapes, and fabrics with designer detail.

An easy-to-follow, picture-perfect and practical approach to develop paper-folding skills.

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Sewing, Fabric & Fashion

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A dazzling array of gems from a top designer.

Turn your fabric into exquisite designs.

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Show your true colors with these stylish patterns.

A comprehensive and definitive guide to vintage fashion.

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An easy-to-follow guide on sewing, focusing on how to use a sewing machine.

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All the equipment and techniques needed to get started with felt.

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Just print, fold, and fly— 50 amazing paper plane models—complete with CD.

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Stand out in the card crowd—create your own 3D greeting cards.

Innovative, artistic paper crafting products and designs included to make one-of-a-kind projects.

Exciting step-by-step projects for making greeting cards for all occasions.

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FUN PROJECTS FOR EVERYONE

978-0-312-38321-3 $29.95/$32.95 Can. 7 3/4" x 9 1/4" • 352 pages

Travel the timetable of costume through the centuries.

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978-0-312-38248-3 $22.95/$25.95 Can. 9" x 9 3/4" • 144 pages

978-0-312-38356-5 $21.95/$23.95 Can. 8 1/2" x 8 1/2" • 128 pages

978-0-312-35925-6 $19.95/$26.95 Can. 7 1/2" X 11" • 96 pages

978-0-312-35924-9 $19.95/$22.95 Can. 7 1/2" X 10 7/8" • 96 pages

Make something fun to suit your four-legged fashionista.

Use versatile felt to create a beautiful range of accessories.

All the basic sewing techniques needed to create fabulous items for your home are all here.

A step-by-step guide to teaching beading techniques through simple stylish projects.

978-0-312-00898-7 $19.95/$27.95 Can. 7 1/2" X 9 3/4" • 192 pages

978-0-312-36705-3 $24.95/$31.00 Can. 8 1/4" X 10 1/4" • 144 pages

978-0-312-38232-2 $21.95/$23.95 Can. 8 1/2" x 8 1/2" • 128 pages

Make professional looking origami objects with step-by-step easy-to-follow diagrams.

A treasure trove of clever ways to make unique cards that the recipients will love.

Exploit precious metal clay to the fullest, by creating beautiful and original jewelry designs and small gifts

978-0-312-37780-9 $19.95/$21.95 Can. Paper over board with hidden-spiral binding 8 1/4" x 9" • 144 pages

978-0-312-37779-3 $19.95/$21.95 Can. Paper over board with hidden-spiral binding 8 1/4" x 9" • 144 pages

Simple and fun projects with vintage appeal for kids to create with their family.

Classic, American, delicious, and nutritional recipes for children to make with or for their family.

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