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Stash Envy and Other Quiliting Confessions and Adventures
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ean: 9781561485826, isbn: 1561485829,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 36 reviews
Another book of quilting humor -- from the author of the ever-popular book That Dorky Homemade Look! Funny woman Lisa Boyer is an expert quilter. And she's determined to enjoy making quilts. In fact, she will not -- absolutely will not -- let the risk of making a mistake, or a less-than- perfect quilt, keep her from relishing the task! In the 34 chapters of this new book, Lisa covers: The need for new fabric colors -- ''blurple,'' ''rorange,'' and ''brellow,'' to name a few; The virtues of
Stitch 'n Bitch: The Knitter's Handbook
ean: 9781605149240, isbn: 1605149241,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 100 reviews
Stitch n Bitch is an irreverent, witty, guide to knitting which became a New York Times bestseller and made it possible to use the words hip and knit in the same sentence. Stollers sass will have you laughing over your knit and purl stitches..
Sashiko: Japanese Traditional Hand Stitching
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sku: 1006-WS1001-A01010-1889682373, ean: 9781889682372, isbn: 1889682373,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 42 reviews
Instructional book about Japanese Traditional Hand Stitching.Used Book in Good Condition.
An American Quilt: Unfolding a Story of Family and Slavery, Library Edition
ean: 9781538548271, isbn: 1538548275,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 146 reviews
When we think of slavery, most of us think of the American South. We think of back-breaking fieldwork on plantations. We don't think of slavery in the North, nor do we think of the grueling labor of urban and domestic slaves. Rachel May's rich new book explores the far reach of slavery, from New England to the Caribbean, the role it played in the growth of mercantile America, and the bonds between the agrarian south and the industrial north in the antebellum era-all through the discovery of a