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Air Classics magazine 1997 May
1 Air Classics magazine 1997 May
Challenge Publications Inc. May 1997 Volume 33, Number 5 magazine used 70 pages 
Contents:
Features:
  • Return to Kingman. Aviation historian and photographer William T. Larkins returns to Kingman, Arizona, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of when he photographed America's World War Two bomber fleet shortly before they were scrapped.
  • Mission with the Mildcat. Randy Sohn flies Bob Pond's FM-2 Wildcat for a photo mission - the plane Randy call the "Mildcat"
  • Top Cover For the J Group. The story behind a famous World War Two B-17 photograph
  • Christmas in the ETO. For three years, B-17 and B-24 personnel of the 8th Air Force celebrated Christmas in England - sometimes peacefully, sometimes not so peacefully.

    Departments:

  • Inside
  • Warbird Report. Expanded coverage on vintage and veteran aircraft
  • Airlines. New and views from our readers.
  • Album. More interesting aviation photographs from the Editor's files.
  • Aviation Art. Flight of the winter wolves by Fred Roberst
  • Books
  • Airshow
  • In Scale. ProModeler's new 1/48th-scale North American P-51B/C Mustang.

    Condition: Front cover and pages have bottom edge tear. Pages have corner wear. Cover has creases and corner wear. 
    Price: 6.60 USD

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    Airpower magazine 1975 March
    2 Airpower magazine 1975 March
    Sentry Magazines 1975 March 1975, Vol 5 No 2 magazine used 8 inches by 11 inches tall 
    54 pages

    Contents: Behemoth. A flight engineer's exclusive test report on the Douglas B-19; Wellington: Geodetic Giant, Flying "Wimpy" the Wellington Bomber; Sword of the Samurai. Combat flying Kawasaki's Tony; The Other Martin. The Fabulous Misfortunes of an unknown aviation pioneer;

    Art Directory: Wellington I; Kawasakai Ki 61 I; Kawasakai Ki 61 II

    Condition: good condition, the pages are crisp and clean. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, and wear to the edges and corners.

     
    Price: 11.00 USD

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    Alice in Wonderland Press Release for Exhibition at Devizes Museum 1992
    3 Alice in Wonderland Press Release for Exhibition at Devizes Museum 1992
    Wiltshire Archaeological & Natural History Society 1992 Press Release in file folder used 
    From inside card: "The President and Council of the Wiltshire Archaeological & Natural History Society invite you to the opening of the exhibition ALICE by The Brotherhood of Ruralists and Friends at Devizes Museum on Saturday 6th June from 7 to 9 pm."

    Includes: 2 pages of the press release; 3 pages list the art being exhibited and the names and info on the artists; Notice card; all in a folder with "Alice" on the front.

    Condition: Creases. Rust stains from the paperclip and staple. 
    Price: 17.97 USD

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    American Artist magazine 1999 March #680
    4 American Artist magazine 1999 March #680
    BPI Communications Inc. March 1999 Vol 63, Issue 680 magazine used 104 pages 
    Contents:
  • Methods & Materials: Developing Paintings From Photographs
  • A Clear Vision - Looking at Jane Lund's crystalline paintings is like putting on glasses after years of blurred vision. What makes her work even more striking is that her medium is pastel on paper
  • The Well-Traveled Road: The Rural Landscapes of Linden Frederick - Bathed in an iridescent, early evening light, Linden Frederick's oil paintings illuminate a world easily recognized but often overlooked
  • The Pastel Page: Lights, Poses, Portraits - To focus on major forms and depict the personality of her subjects, this Texas-based artist employs inventive lighting strategies and experiments with poses
  • Woodcuts by Gillyin Gatto - Gillyin Gatto's prizewinning woodcuts not only share the strong black patterns of Eskimo art, but also an exquisite sensitivity to the natural environment
  • The Watercolor Page: Sketching on Location - Since she turned to watercolors a decade ago, this California-based artist has used a sketchbook to sharpen her painting skills

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has creases and blacked out address sticker. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    American Craft magazine 2003 February
    5 American Craft magazine 2003 February
    American Craft Council February/March 2003 Volume 63, No. 1 magazine used 112 pages 
    Features:
  • Ed Rossbach 1914-2002
  • Peter Vandenberge. The Dutch-born ceramist incorporates art historical references, surrealism, pop culture and personal histories into his narratives
  • The Quilts of Gee's Bend. A community of quilters in rural Alabama turns discarded work clothes, feed sacks and corduroy remnamnts into vibrant art.
  • The Plique-A-Jour of Valeri Timofeev. Though executed in balanced designs that conform to the constraints of the medium, Timofeev's pieces radiate movement, whimsy and love of life.
  • Fusing Traditions: Transformations in Glass by Native American Artists. The objects in this touring show go from straightforward translations of Native themes to imaginative reinventions.
  • Tapestry Biennial IV. With few exceptions, the works in this international exhibition sponsored by the American Tapestry Alliance propel the traditional concept of tapestry into new territory.

    Condition: ex library copy with library markings. Pages are clean. Cover has rubbing wear, soiled spots, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 11.00 USD

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    American Patchwork & Quilting magazine #68
    6 American Patchwork & Quilting magazine #68
    Better Homes and Gardens/Meredith Corporation June 2004 Vol. 12, No. 3, Issue 68 magazine used 112 pages 
    Projects:
    Town Square Picnic - a salute to red, white and blue
    Trail Mix - scrappy, pieced throw
    Twining Iris - applique pillow circa 1905
    Glowing Mosaic - Nine-Patch wall hanging
    Country Wedding Quilt - double-applique pastel hearts
    Prairie Angels - a trio of folk art appliques
    Hole in the Wall - geometric, easy-to-piece throw
    Good Old Days - wool applique
    Batik Rose - applique pillow with pen-stitching details
    Potted Posies with Pizzazz - fabric dyeing you can do

    Features:
    A Ladies' Luncheon - an outdoor luncheon for quilting friends
    Variety in Store - designer Jennifer Sampou
    Pioneering Quilt History - designer Terry Clothier Thompson
    Choosing Quilting Designs - the first of a three-part series

    Condition: Very worn copy. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Angel Alphabet
    7 Angel Alphabet
    Leisure Arts 1996 Leaflet 2870 leaflet used 13 pages 
    Color charts. From the Introduction: "This alphabet is truly heaven-sent! Flower-bearing cherubs adapted from turn-of-the-century art frolic among the 26 letters, offering Victorian appeal that's sure to enchant you.

    Whether you stitch a single letter or the full alphabet, the designs are divine for embellishing a dresser scarf, a photo album, and more. We've also included examples of designs you can create for framing. Some letters are paired with angelic Bible verses, and there's a full-size sampler you can personalize with your family name and a special date. These elegant projects will be perfect gifts for your friends and family too!"

    Condition: Pages are clean and unmarked. Cover has creases, rubbing wear, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Antique Bisque Dolls, Timeless Treasures in Counted Cross Stitch
    8 Antique Bisque Dolls, Timeless Treasures in Counted Cross Stitch
    Paragon Needlecraft 1986 0895150654 / 9780895150653 softcover used 16 pages 
    from the introduction: "This collection of beautiful antique bisque dolls, surrounded by adorable stuffed animals, pets and toys are interpreted into counted cross stitch designs for your stitching and collecting pleasure.

    At least one of these cross stitch designs will remind you of a doll in your own collection or that of someone else's, that you've admired.

    These doll designs will surely become part of an heirloom teasure chest for generations.

    The original paintings titled - "Timeless Treasures" from which these cross stitch designs were done are inspired from a private collection of Antique Bisque dolls owned by the artist, whose art we've interpreted here, Joe Giordano."

    Condition: Pages have corner wear. Cover has creases, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 5.00 USD

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    Arizona Highways magazine 1962 November
    9 Arizona Highways magazine 1962 November
    Arizona Highways Commission November 1962 Volume 38 No. 11 magazine used 40 pages 
    Contents:
  • Charleston - the Town That Never Grew Old. A visit to Cochise County ghost town, whose heyday was in the 1880s
  • He Took Art to the Market Place. Unique western art gallery becomes attraction for Phoenix visitors
  • Geologic Mapping of Arizona. Bureau of Mines, U of A completes large scale mapping project of state.

    Condition: Pages are lightly age toned. Cover has edge and corner wear. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Art of the West magazine 1997 September
    10 Art of the West magazine 1997 September
    1997 September/October used 96 pages 
    Contents:
    Ken Laager - Taking Aim
    Lorenzo Chavez - Landscape of Emotion
    Ed Morgan - the Beat Goes On
    Julie Jeppsen - Pure Joy
    Howard Post - Memorable Moments
    The Power of the Pencil - Robert "Shoofly" Shufelt, Paul Calle, Sheri Greves-Neilson, Bill Owen, Patricia Dobson, Loren Entz, Don Greytak, Lorrie Beck, Carrie Fogwell Ballantyne, and Larry Bees discuss the appeal and challenges of pencil art.

    Condition: Pages are crisp and clean - some have creases. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Art of the West magazine 2003 November
    11 Art of the West magazine 2003 November
    2003 November/December used 96 pages 
    Contents:
    Calvin Liang - Keeping His Eye on the Color
    Ken Fleisch - Unlocking Doors
    Sherry Salari Sander - Meeting the Challenges
    Ted Long - Hooked on History
    Painting the Canyon - Canyon de Chelly Artists Trip

    Condition: Pages are crisp and clean. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Art Quilts magazine 1994 Summer
    12 Art Quilts magazine 1994 Summer
    Lopez Publications 1990 Number 15 magazine used 74 pages 
    Contents:
    The Show's the Thing
    A Challenge for the 1990's
    Trend Setters
    Color, the Key to Success
    From Paint to Patchwork
    Art from the Ordinary
    Beyond Traditional Block Setting
    A Reflection
    Quilt Art: An Old Tradition or a New Trend
    A Degree in Quilting
    Old Designs, New Twists
    Grandmother's Quilts
    Painting With Fabric
    Patterned Fabric
    Museums and Quilts
    The Quilt
    The Japanese Connection
    The Art of International Friendship
    The Proper Hanging of Quilts
    The Eye of the Beholder

    Condition: edge and corner wear. 
    Price: 9.97 USD

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    Aunt Martha's Hot Iron Transfer patterns - 3608 Cross Stitch Waterlilies
    13 Aunt Martha's Hot Iron Transfer patterns - 3608 Cross Stitch Waterlilies
    Colonial Patterns Inc. pattern new 
    Hot iron transfers for cross stitch waterlilies. Patterns are used for embroidery, textile painting, needlepoint canvas and other art crafts.

    Condition: new and unopened. Envelope has tears and edge wear. 
    Price: 4.60 USD

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    Bead & Button magazine 1995 August #10
    14 Bead & Button magazine 1995 August #10
    Conterie Press August 1995 No 10 magazine used 39 pages 
    Contents:
    Pearl Clusters - weave big beads from small pearls
    Snake Trail Earrings - dressing up an old African design
    Built upon a Bead - recollecting a design step by step
    Keeping the Flame - Horace Goodhue
    Tribute to the Rain Forest - Flat Peyote Amulet Purse
    Buttons a Go-Go
    Tom Boylan - Fire Within
    Copper Corsage - introduction to beaded metalwork
    A Bead with a Past - Venetian Chevrons meet Polymer Clay
    Light as a Feather - Needleweaving an Eagle Plume
    Nifty Buttons - Art Noveau
    The Bead Circle

    Condition: Pages have corner wear. Cover is soiled and has creases and edge and corner wear. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Bead & Button magazine 1998 February #23
    15 Bead & Button magazine 1998 February #23
    Kalmbach Publishing February 1998 No. 23 magazine used 74 pages 
    Contents:
    Necklace Design: 3 to 1 and Back Again
    Dangles Galore - change earring dangles to suit your mood
    A Link with the Past - Forge a delicate bead chain bracelet
    Clay Maker - Translucent clay gives depth and luster
    A Little Piece of Paradise - Balinese silver beads an offering of thanks
    Knot an African Treasure Necklace - enclose a special stone in a web of beads
    Crazy Beading - beaded embroidery stitches embellish everything
    Lani Ching: Beads are the Best Medicine - colorful pinwheels in glass
    Beaded Beads on a Lariat - recreate vintage art in right angle weave
    Birth Beads
    Build a pizza box bead loom for great results

    Condition: Pages have soil and edge wear. Cover has creases, soil, tears, and wear to the edges and corners. Spine fold is tear at the top and bottom. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Bead & Button magazine 1999 February #29
    16 Bead & Button magazine 1999 February #29
    Kalmbach Publishing February 1999 No. 29 magazine used 90 pages 
    Contents:
    Netted Stone Necklace - catch chips and beads in a simple net
    Ocean Fantasy Beads - build an underwater world with Sculpey III and Fimo
    The Face in the Needlecase - bead your own man about town
    Capture the Turn of Two Centuries - Heirloom lace takes shape on memory wire
    Never Enough Buttons - Thousands of humble buttons power Rachel Roggel's art quilts
    Barnacle Rocks - Peyote stitch a seashore
    Peyote increasing and decreasing
    With a Twist - brick stitch fans spread the luxurious fring of a lariat choker
    Barbara Minor's Dance - the ancient art of enameling beads
    Lacy Lattice Purse - blend square stitch and peyote stitch
    Trapeze Earrings - six loops add excitement to furnace glass

    Condition: Pages have creases and edge and corner wear. Cover has soil, creases, and edge and corner wear. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Bead & Button magazine 2008 December #88
    17 Bead & Button magazine 2008 December #88
    Kalmbach Publishing Co. 2008 Issue 88 magazine used 170 pages 
    Cover Story:
    Regal Reiteration. Make a stately collar of fanning pearl dangles using St. Petersburg chain.

    Articles:
    In pursuit of a button. Tracing buttons through history reveals a fascination with the small

    Go with the flow. Glass-bead maker Jeff Barber shapes hot glass into colorful art beads.

    Anniversary Designs:
    Lunar illusion: Surround colorful cabochons with crystals in an other-worldly cuff
    Hexagonal pillow earrings. Dangle Chinese hexagonal pillows from handmade earring findings
    Planet Pink. Watch a pendant evolve from metal clay, polymer clay, and crystals.
    Metal perspective. Create a pressure setting for a pendant with metal clay and wire.
    Golden Formula. Use tubular netting and acrylic beads for a bodacious bangle
    Exploring lattice weave. Stitch a trio of samples in variations of right-angle weave
    Fleur de Paris. Make a striking floral wrist corsage with elegant stitched stick pearls.
    Winter Medley. Embellish a crocheted lariat with several fringe techniques
    Pearl orbit. Combine tubular peyote stitch and tubular herringbone in a bracelet.
    Silver spirit. Contrast patina with a bright finish to accentuate a metal clay pendant.
    Designer's Dream. Enjoy stitching a stunning neckpiece using several techniques.
    Time for teapots. Create miniature symbols of English tea time in several different stitches.
    Queen's ring. Add a hint of color to a coiled-wire ring with crystals and seed beads.
    Calling all calla lilies. Make a dramatic yet delicate polymer clay bouquet to wear.

    Featured Projects:
    Clearly Crystals: Scalloped lace. Modify right-angle weave and stitch a necklace with graceful curves.
    Ice blossoms. Weave fire-polished beads, cylinders, and bugles into a feminine necklace
    Crystal Constellations. Connect jump rings to make a free-form chain maille necklace.

    Condition: Pages are crisp and clean. Cover has creases, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 6.60 USD

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    Belle Armoire, Art to Wear magazine 2004 Summer
    18 Belle Armoire, Art to Wear magazine 2004 Summer
    Stampington & Company summer 2004 Vol. 4, Issue 3 magazine used 96 pages 
    Contents:
    Features:
  • Cover Story: The Woodland Jacket.
  • Splashy, Flashy and Over the Top: the 2003 Bernina Fashion Show REview.
  • Tin-Can Jewelry. With a little imgaination, the lowly tin can could become the basis for your next jewelry project.
  • The Ethnic & Exotic Kimono: Along the Silk Road Wearable Art Challenge. Here are the results of the author's latest art-to-wear contest, inspired by the historical Silk Road.

    Departments:

  • Material Differences: Soft, Sumptuous & Versatile: The Pleasures of Ultrasuede. Whether you use it as a foundation for beadwork, painting, embroidery or other forms of wearable art, sometimes only Ultrasuede will do.
  • The Professional Artist. The author teaches you how to market your wearable art.
  • Embellishments: Designing Beaded Buttons. Megan Noel introduces us to her beautifully embellished beadwork in miniature: on buttons. She learned her technique from author and teacher Robin Atkins, who provides us with a lesson on the art of making itty-bitty beaded beauties.
  • On the Surface: Painted Purses. The use of cotton duck fabric offers a sturdy structure for making nifty handbags while providing a smooth surface on which to stamp and paint your favorite impressions.
  • Clay Arts: Ethnic "Stone" Pendants. Mixing colored and translucent polymer clay results in a faux-stone effect that's perfect for your next pendant project. An artificial aging technique finishes the suface and creates an opportunity for extraordinary transformations.
  • Designer Collection: Joyce Kliman. In the hands of artist Joyce Kliman, clothing becomes art and goes still further, exploring cultures, bringing people together, and healing past hurts.
  • Salon by our readers. Art-to-wear garments, beaded jewelry, polymer clay, scarves and other fashion accessories - 15 pages of glorious artwork, and it's all handmade by our creative and talented readers!

    Condition: Pages have corner wear and some have creases. Cover has creases and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 8.25 USD

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    Better Homes & Gardens Decorative Woodcrafts #18
    19 Better Homes & Gardens Decorative Woodcrafts #18
    Better Homes & Gardens August 1994 Issue 18 Magazine Used 30 pages 
    CONTENTS:
    4 Your favorite teacher
    Sensational sunburst - table
    Gardening bears
    Roses in the round - floral box
    Meadow friends whimsical windowsill art
    Ornament winner
    Ornament winner nativity ornament
    Sew special ckever shelves
    Hen party - farm friends
    Cat-fish neckwear

    CONDITION:
    Cover has light creasing, bent corners, and edge wear, patter section loose but complete, address sticker & sticker residue on front cover 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Better Homes & Gardens Decorative Woodcrafts #38
    20 Better Homes & Gardens Decorative Woodcrafts #38
    Better Homes & Gardens Decmber 1997 Vol 7 No 6 Issue 38 Magazine Used 50 pages 
    CONTENTS:
    Festive trims - a holiday tray with pears, holly and berries, and ribbons and bows
    Snow special! - snowman folk-art design on a heart-shaped pin
    A passion for poinsettias - pretty box
    New looks for ladder-backs
    North-woods Santa - Santa-in-a-canoe project
    Winter gathering - primitive design features a fun family of snow people on a sled
    Nativity bell ornament
    Santa-express ornament
    Strokes creativity ornament contest 1997 Decorative woodcrafters index
    Product marketplace

    CONDITION:
    Cover has light creasing, bent corners, and edge wear, Pull out pattern section intact 
    Price: 11.00 USD

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