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American Craft magazine 2003 February
1 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 The Dutch-born ceramist incorporates art historical references, surrealism, pop culture and personal histories into his narratives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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    Bead & Button magazine 1995 February #7
    2 Bead & Button magazine 1995 February #7
    Conterie Publishing February 1995 No. 7 magazine used 31 pages 
    Contents:
    Dress Up Your Hair - a pretty barrette made from craft store basics
    Same Beads, Different Styles
    On the Spot - precision lampworking
    Knotting, Part Deux - It's Super Easy with this Special Tool
    Professional Finishing with French Wire
    White Buffalo Calf Woman - weaving a split-loom story neckpiece
    Fowl Love - Designing the chicken necklace
    Mokume Game - A Japanese Metal-Working Technique in Polymer Clay
    Tatted Bead Lace - A New way to Needleweave Beads
    Nifty Buttons - Victorian Charm Strings

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

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    Beadwork magazine 2009 June/July
    3 Beadwork magazine 2009 June/July
    Interweave Press 2009 Volume 12, Number 4 magazine used 96 pages 
    Features:

    Beadwork VI: The Beaded Book. Journey through a gallery of intricately stitched masterpieces inspired by literary works and crafted by our nineteen contest winners and top finishers

    Pattern Play Challenge. Using patterned paper swatches for inspiration, five designers take on a challenge and create spirited studies in repetition

    Featured Projects:
    Designer of the Year Projects:

    Pharaoh's Daughter. Waves of right-angle weave created with smart shaping techniques form a richly textured collar fit for a princess

    Sjournee Flower. Use peyote stitch, square stitch, wireworking, and stringing to craft a sweet necklace of seed bead-embellished chain adorned with a flower focal

    Captured by Pearls. Suspended from a simple netted rope, a wonderfully intricate netted bezel frames a coral cabochon in this delicate necklace.

    Woven in Lilac. An embellished filigree focal and a strap made of colorful seed-bead petals create a necklace with Old World charm and modern flair

    Projects:
    Crystal Echo. Ripples of lustrous embroidered seed beads surround faceted crystal buttons in this shimmering cuff.
    Garden Lace. From simple leaf fringe and stitched picots blooms an intricate lacy cuff evocative of European Renaissance fashion.
    Netted Jewel Earrings. Using right-angle weave and netting, braid fire-polished rounds and seed beads into tear-drop shaped dangles
    Patterns of the Serengeti. In this necklace, patterns and textures of the savanna emerge from a bold-colored combination of peyote stitch, fringe, and stringing.

    Condition: Pages are crisp and clean. Cover has creases, marked-out address, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 9.87 USD

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    Bernat Daydreamers Sweater Knitting Patterns in Cassino and Saluki Yarn
    4 Bernat Daydreamers Sweater Knitting Patterns in Cassino and Saluki Yarn
    Bernat Yarn and Craft Corp. 1981 Book No. 291 leaflet used 14 pages 
    Includes pattern and instructions for 5 different sweater styles, 3 are knitted and 2 are crocheted.

    Condition: Creases, edge and corner wear, soil, and wear to the edges and corners. Spine fold is tearing at the top and the bottom. Staples are rusty. 
    Price: 4.97 USD

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    Better Homes and Gardens Holiday Crafts magazine 1992
    5 Better Homes and Gardens Holiday Crafts magazine 1992
    Better Homes and Gardens Publishing 1992 magazine used 128 pages 
    Contents:
  • Preserving the Holidays, John Grossman the Collector. John Grossman has collected more than 200,000 pieces of holiday ephemera (Victorial antique paper) and has recombined its graphic color and design on boxes, calendars, stickers, and other paper products for today's consumer and collector. A fine artist and designer himself, this fascinating person shares his collection with us.
  • Step Right Up! to see our dazzling collection of circus crafts that is sure to steal the show! Pick our splendid carousel horse to cross stitch or use paint pens and gems to create a colorful carousel horse sweatshirt. Also in the act are a painted wooden horse and clown, and Geri the soft-sculpture giraffe.
  • A Spooktacular Halloween. Come join our ghostly crew to see our clever concoctions of Halloween crafts. A Boo Boo shirt with matching dolls, a spooktacular painted wooden witch and cat, stuffed black cats dressed in disguises and magical Halloween bubble wands are a few of the treats in this story.
  • Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas. Make the Yuletide bright with our festive assortment of crafts - a sparkling Santa stocking, a cuddly teddy bear, a delightful crocheted village, a colorful painted wreath, and tiny cross-stitched ornaments are a sampling of gifts to craft.
  • Heart of My Heart. Delicate hearts, romantic hearts, carefully stitched hearts . . . you'll find them all in our enchanting valentine series. Victorian heirloom heart pillows enhanced with paint pens, heart jewelry, and lace-and-heart table linens are the perfect gifts to make from the heart.
  • Tooth Fairy Treats. There will be plenty of toothless smiles when a little one sees the magical Tooth Fairy Dolls in this section, complete with how-to and full-size patterns. The dolls carry a felt pouch to hold that special lost tooth.
  • The Easter Parade. You could write a sonnet about our sping designs that make up the Easter Parade. Furry Beulah Bunny, knit Mommy and Sonny Bunny, tatted eggs, and eggs decorated with felt fill woven baskets to make the day complete
  • To Have and To Hold. Here comes the bride with her elegant bridal accessories. A cross-stitched bridal sampler with a matching ruffled pillow, an elegant jewelry bag, and a wildflower nosegay will surely be cherished heirlooms. A tiny necklace of pearls and rosebuds for the flower girl completes this lovely story.
  • M is For the Many Things to Give Her. Mother will know how much she is loved on her special day when she is presented with handmade gifts - Battenberg lace collars on colorful shirts, a delightful motherhood cross-stitched sampler, and a cotton cardigan in spring colors are just a few of the many things to give her.
  • Especially for Father. Whether he is pushing the tire swing or hitting a golf ball, good old Dad will love our wood-duct pullover sweater stitched especially for him. This Father's Day collection also includes a hand-printed tie and a crocheted sportsman's afghan.
  • Kid Stuff. For kids only, this bright and colorful story includes projects with easy-as-pie how-to for the young beginning crafter. Bright masks made with paint and paper, a Silly Sally shirt designed with hair bows and ribbons, and glitzy and glittery trims made with colored glue and glitter make this story shine.
  • Madeline the Paper Doll to cut out.

    Condition: Pages are clean. Light cover wear. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Better Homes and Gardens Wood magazine 2013 November
    6 Better Homes and Gardens Wood magazine 2013 November
    Meredith Corporation November 2013 Issue No. 222 magazine used 76 pages 
    Contents:
    Project Plans:
    Country Sideboard (cover)
    Small-parts Tablesaw Sled
    Construction-grade End Loader
    "Money Tree" Coin Bank
    Curvy Keepsake Box
    Toy Chest with a Surprise (secret drawer)

    Tools and Techniques:br>18 Tips for Taming Tricky Clamp-ups
    Make "Antique" Hinges from New
    How to Machine Small Parts Safely
    Shop Test: 12" Disc Sanders
    No-fuss Way to Change 12" Sanding Discs
    Shop-Proven Products

    Condition: Ex library. Pull-out pattern section intact. Tape on spine edge. Wear and tears on edges and corners. Finger creasing. 
    Price: 5.00 USD

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    Cheerleader crochet outfit for 15
    7 Cheerleader crochet outfit for 15" doll
    Fibre Craft 1990 leaflet Used 
    Crochet a Cheerleader outfit for a football player's girl. use with 15" fashion doll

    Condition - creases to cover and rubbing spots to back cover 
    Price: 8.80 USD

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    Cookie Jar Jamboree
    8 Cookie Jar Jamboree
    Provo Craft 1990 February 1990 Booklet Used 30 pages 
    PATTERNS:
    Noah's aer
    Witch's night
    If friends were flowers
    Grandpa and Grandma's cookie jar
    Freddie frog
    Kitchen tulips
    Love bird on heart
    Toby turtle
    Barney bear
    Santa with candy cane tree
    Home baked cookies
    Autumn squirrel
    Teddee luv
    Spring tulips
    Good kid cookies
    Honk and Erlene
    The friends pumpkin
    Lu Lu cow
    Curlee and lacee

    Condition Cover has creases, edge wear, and rubbing wear, small surface tear to front cover, inside front cover has a small pencil mark 
    Price: 4.40 USD

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    Country Christmas Crafts Christmas Edition magazine 1989
    9 Country Christmas Crafts Christmas Edition magazine 1989
    Better Homes and Gardens/Meredith Corporation 1989 magazine used 104 pages 
    Contents:
  • Making Spirits Bright. Family gatherings, gift exchanges, decorations throughout the house - these are the things that make Christmas spirits bright. For this country-spirited celebration we've assembled all kinds of handcrafted decorations and gift ideas for you to make and enjoy this yuletide season and throughtout the new year ahead.
  • Deck the Boughs. Even if your Christmas tree glistens from top to bottom with pretty ornaments, there's always room for another. On these pages, irresistible patterns abound! Craft just one design - or make all 17 - for a keepsake of this year's celebration.
  • Winter Warmers. Wrap up in one of these warm and woolly projects and winter's chills simply disappear. Our collection includes three holiday sweaters and four cozy afghans.
  • Have a Merry Cross-Stitch. Spruce up your home for the holidays with this selection of six Christmas ideas to cross-stitch - pine-tree-and-stags place mats and pictures, a tree-shaped sampler and two matching stockings, and a festive pillow.
  • Gifts From a Country Heart. There's a special joy that goes from one country heart to another when a handcrafted gift is given. On these pages, you'll find wonderful ideas for presents - some that are quick to make and others that are labors of love, such as a painted floorcloth.
  • Starry, Starry Night. A quilt pieced in red, green and white is especially nice to cuddle under at Christmastime. One special star-studded coverlet, call the Country Star, is highlighted here. Complete instructions and full-size pattern.
  • From Santa's Pack Collector Toys and Dolls. These toys and dolls - a baker's dozen in all - are meant especially for collectors, but kids will love them too! If you enjoy sewing, knitting, crocheting, or woodworking, you're sure to find something delightful inside to make and give with love."

    Condition: Pages are lightly age toned and some have dampstain on the bottom edge. Cover has creases and light wear. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Country Collectibles, A Country Decorating Ideas Special magazine 1997 spring
    10 Country Collectibles, A Country Decorating Ideas Special magazine 1997 spring
    Harris Publications Inc. spring 1997 Volume 9 Number 1 magazine used 90 pages 
    Contents:
    Decorating:
  • Recipe for Scrumptions Dining Rooms. Spice up your decor with vintage dinnerware, folk art and quilts
  • Stylish Displays for Vintage Fashions. Surefire ways to show off your stuff
  • A Shelf Above the Rest. A beginner's guide to creating great displays
  • The Sentimental Art of Keepsake Decorating.

    At Home:

  • Celing to Floor Country Charm. Smart strategies for decorating a rented home.
  • Show and Tell. Need an idea about how to display you stuff? Ask Eileen!
  • Americana on Display. English enthusiasm and early American folk art transform a British barn into a Cape Cod cottage
  • It's the Real Thing. Call it soda, call it pop. This collector just can't stop.

    Collectibles & Keepsakes.

  • Right on Track. Collecting miniature trains is gaining steam
  • The Autograph Book. Sign up for a trip down memory lane
  • It's Easter Time! Bring out the bunnies, chicks and eggs
  • The Old Spittoon. Once found in every home, the lowly cuspidor is making a comeback
  • Rediscovering Picture Discs. The popularity of these colorful phonograph records is music to a collector's ears
  • Brillian Buttons. More than mere fashion accessories, these tiny antiques are an addictive interest.

    People & Places

  • Rabbits? When the bunnies began to multiply, it was the beginning of a new collection for Judy Voyles
  • Collecting with a Purpose. It takes a wise collector to make smart decisions
  • Lucky Finds. Are there treasures in your attic?
  • A Basket Maker's Woven Legacy. Anna Crampton plys an ancient craft to keep Native American traditions alive
  • The Chat Room

    Collectible Dolls.

  • Dolls, Dolls, dolls. You're never alone when you share your home with a thousand dolls.
  • Paper Dolls of Famous People.
  • All Dolled Up. Take a private tour with one of America's premier doll collectors
  • A-Maizing Corn Husk Dolls. Meet the talented woman who creates museum-masterpieces out of husks
  • Florence Figurines. Rediscover the graceful wares of America's ceramic sweetheart, Florence Ward.

    Condition: Pages have edge and corner wear. Cover has creases and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Crafting Traditions magazine 1995 November/December
    11 Crafting Traditions magazine 1995 November/December
    Reiman Publications November/December 1995 Volume 14, No. 2 magazine used 67 pages 
    Contents:
    Happy Thanksgiving. Turn Turkey Day into a real feast with four country-flavored projects for your dinner table:
    Bountiful Basket Table Set
    Thanksgiving Tin Punch
    Gobbler Nut Cups
    Turkey Napkin Holder

    Outdoor Decor. Next in our series on outdoor beauty if a cheerful idea that's designed to keep you on your toes: Noel Doormat

    Club Connection. Our group project this time is a quick-to-craft ornament that's been outfitted for lots of fun! - Country Skier

    Deck the Halls. Adorning your home for a tree-trimming party - or any joyous Christmas occasion - is simple, thanks to the festive projects and recipes arranged here:
    Tatted Button Necklace
    Pine 'n' Poinsettia Sweater (knit)
    Quick Cookie Tree Trims
    Fabric Scraps Garland
    Mr. and Mrs. Claus
    Pine Tree Sign
    Raffia Angels
    Plaid Bell Decorations
    Hardanger Coasters
    Angel Tree Skirt
    Wooden Nativity

    Recipes:
    White Christmas Chili
    Festive Ham 'N' Cheese Bread
    Merry Berry Appetizer
    Hot Cocoa Mix
    Homemade Pumpkin Pie Spice
    Spiced Nuts

    Crafting With Taste. This time, our well-seasoned series raises an idea that is rooted in plenty of holiday history: Gingerbread Tree Centerpiece

    Cookie and Gift Exchange. Presenting more than 20 delightfully fun ideas to craft and cook for everyone on your list.
    Sweetly Seasonal Recipe Card Holder
    'Moorry Christmas' Tin
    Rudolph Cookie Keeper
    Embellished Gift Bag
    Santa Claus apron
    Lacy Holiday Afghan (crochet)
    Country Kriss (doll)
    Merry Bears Sweatshirt
    Wooden Stocking Container
    Poinsettia Basket
    Bright Christmas Quilt
    Quick Clay Tie Tacks
    Crocheted Santa Treat Bag
    Appliqued Stocking
    Festive Slippers (crochet)
    Holly Bib

    Recipes:
    Cherry Christmas Slices
    Wishing Cookies
    Holiday Shortbread
    Chocolate Snappers
    Cherry-Almond Balls
    Pecan Stars
    Snowflake Bar Cookies

    Birthday Party Planner. Add the season's spirit to your birthday celebration with this very merry game and cake:
    Yule Log
    Happy Holiday Birthday Game
    Country Tree Trims Contest Winners:
    Cross-Stitched Tree Trimmers
    Terra-Cotta 'Home Sweet Home' Hanger
    Country Noel Angel
    Stenciled Pottery Balls
    Gingerbread Kids Tiles
    Santa Ornaments

    Condition: Pages and cover have creases and edge and corner wear. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Crafting Traditions magazine 1999 July/August
    12 Crafting Traditions magazine 1999 July/August
    Reiman Publishers July/August 1999 Volume 17, No. 6 magazine used 66 pages 
    Contents:
  • Christmas Craft Fun! For a lively Christmas-in-July party, you can gather a group to make the Yuletide goodies here.
  • Kitchen Helpers. Subscribers cooked up hearty holiday projects that'll lend a hand and spread lots of cheer besides.
  • Holiday Cheer. Deocrative designs are easy for you to finish in time to wish loved ones the merriest Christmas ever.
  • Kids' Korner. Festive trims to twist are what the younsters featured here wound up with. They're simply fun to do!
  • Honorable Accents. Come Fourth of July and Canada Day, the projects on parade can display patriotic pride colorfully.
  • Crafting with Taste. "Tweet" your family or guests to a flavorful avian idea - they'll sure agree it's in fine feather.
  • Creative Savers. Sensible selection of practically appealing projects aims to leave crafters time and money to spare.
  • Outdoor Decor. Up next in this every-issue series on exteriors, you can pattern a breezily bright idea after piecing.
  • Birthday Party Planner. Spotlight's on a buggy cake and ladylike crafts that'll start celebration fun right on the dot.
  • Farmer's Market Contest Winners. Here, you can browse among prized produce.

    Conditon: Pages have corner wear. Cover has creases, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Crafting Traditions magazine 1999 May/June
    13 Crafting Traditions magazine 1999 May/June
    Reiman Publications May/June 1999 magazine used 67 pages 
    Contents:
  • A Day for Mom. You can express your love on Mother's Day with crafts that are brightly blooming and garden-grown.
  • Crafting with Taste. Popping up in our ongoing series of flavorful fun this time are baked goodies for someone sweet.
  • A Day for Dad. From stitched tools to a fresh catch, these presents are well suited to show you care on Father's Day.
  • Cheers to the Graduate! Celebrate commencement by saluting the honored student with classy party decor and more.
  • Outdoor Decor. Up next in our series on exterior beauty, we shine the light on an angelic idea that graces greenery.
  • Wedded Bliss. To bring even more joy to the bride and groom, vow to craft any of the lovely designs you'll find here.
  • Homegrown Wedding Album. Share the happiness of subscribers who show their crafty nuptial accomplishments
  • Kitchen Helpers. What's cookin'? These hearty design'll give a hand with breakfast, supper and everything in between.
  • Birthday Party Planner. You can get a celebration in full swing with playful golf projects . . . each on course for fun.
  • Christmas Corner. Since it's always the season for Yuletide crafting, we've included more cheerful ideas you can try.
  • Family Keepsakes Contest Winners. Here are sentimental crafts to remember.

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

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    Crafts magazine 1998 January
    14 Crafts magazine 1998 January
    PJS Publications Inc January 1998 Volume 21 No. 1 magazine used 78 pages 
    Contents:
    Features:
  • Embroidered Velvet Pillows. Delicate silk ribbon stitching makes stunning decorator pillows
  • Embroidered Felt Evening Clutch. Ribbon embroidery, beads and bras step out in style
  • Ribbon Flower Dress. Fold and embroider flowers for a classy denim dress
  • Rickrack Flowers Table Setting. Familiar rickrack takes on a new look as floral dining accessories
  • Mini Flower Pillows. Stitch and fuse a garden of tiny country fabric pillows
  • Christmas Memories. Craft a crimped paper wreath to showcase holiday photos
  • Memory Necklace. Make your favorite photo memories into a charming necklace
  • Winter Welcome Sign. Paint a warm winter greeting on a three-piece wooden sign
  • Crochet Kids' Caps. Quick stitch kids' warm and whimsical winter caps
  • A Plaque For All Seasons. Celebrate the seasons with interchangeable painted panels
  • Seasonal Teapot Trivet. Cross stitch trivets that change with the seasons
  • Scent-sational Victorian Lady. Our no-sew doll is an elegant room freshener
  • New Year's Resolution Angel. Paint an angel with a playful sense of humor
  • "Believe" Magnet. Paint a flowered magnetic wooden plaque to inspire you all year long
  • Decorator Lampshades. Ready-made lampshades go from basic to beautiful with fabrics, lace and trim.

    Familiar Favorites:

  • Kids' Corner: Snowball Kid. Youngsters will love to craft roly-poly kids at play
  • A Way With Christmas: Snowman Oil Lamps. Paint quick and easy oil lamps in clever snowman disguise
  • Plastic Canvas!: What's Cookin' Chicken. Stitch a cute plastic canvas hen to safeguard favorite recipes
  • Rainting ABC's: Getting Off to a Good Start. A premier lesson from a painting pro helps you select and prepare surfaces.
  • Count Your Stitches: Floral Sachet Bag. Cross stitch delicate beaded blossoms on a beribboned sachet

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has creases, surface tear where an address sticker was torn off, and wear to the edges and corners. Pull-out pattern section is intact. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Cross Stitch & Needlework magazine 1997 June
    15 Cross Stitch & Needlework magazine 1997 June
    Meredith Corporation June 1997 Volume 12 Number 5 magazine used 66 pages 
    Features:
  • Finish It Tonight. Stitch this sweet angelic sentiment to everyone's delight
  • Special Feature. A beautiful anniversary sampler commemorates a special couple's 25th wedding anniversary.
  • Seasonal Celebrations. Two Fourth of July designs honor the event with style.
  • New Technique. The Hardanger sampler "The Kitchen is the Heart of the Home" makes a great learning tool for this old technique.
  • Christmas Corner. Enrich your holiday home with the elaborate Three Wise Men project. Use metallic threads for extra sparkle.
  • Needlework Treasures. A variety of glorious botanicals, each one identified by name, adds a summertime touch to your home.
  • Welcome Home. Come on in and take your boots off in the Western-themed room. The clever projects are fun and easy to make.
  • Special Feature. Create a Victorian needle case, then embellish it with ribbon roses and a sweet angel charm.
  • Past to Present. Adapt an elegant Victorian doorway decoration into a valance using materials available to us today.
  • Just Your Style. Craft a spectacular ribbon-embroidered floral blouse for the springtime season.
  • Historically Speaking. Learn about Debra Stump and her connection to the historical aspect of designing, and create her elegant Victorian Floral Bag.
  • Collector's Series. The first of three seed-packet designs is featured here. Stitch the sweet-pea packet using the new DMC rayon floss.

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has creases, partial address sticker, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Cupid Bunnies
    16 Cupid Bunnies
    Fibre-Craft Materials Corp 1991 Leaflet Used 
    Crochet a family of Bunnies for everyone's delight
    Use sport and worsted weight yarn with 3 sizes of cupid dolls

    Condition cover has creasing, bent corners, & edge wear 
    Price: 3.30 USD

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    Fine Woodworking magazine 2000   Winter #146
    17 Fine Woodworking magazine 2000 Winter #146
    Taunton's Press Winter 2000/2001 No. 146 Magazine Used 162 Pages 
    25th ANNIVERSARY ISSUE

    ARTICLES:
    Methods of Work the 25 best tips
    Finish Line A quarter century of coatings
    The First year of fine woodworking
    Sam Maloof
    Maloof's Challenging chairs
    A Shorty history of design
    Two Cases: For and against Certified Lumber
    Wood carving has Benn My Lifa - A European-trained master says learning and teaching are the essence of her craft
    Tools: Then and Now
    Understanding Wood, Thanks to Hoadley
    Professor Frid - A former student of Tage Frid describes the extrodinary experience of being taught by the Danish master
    In My Imagination, All of My tools are Sharp
    The Resurgence of Wood Turning - From a nadir in 1975, lathe-made work os a thriving phenomenon
    A Woodworker's Journey of discovery
    A Krenov Student's notebook - studying under James Krenov for a year could change your life for good
    Fine woodworking, the Dovetail and Me
    Magazine Cabinet

    Condition - cover has creases, Damp stain on the spine edge of the back cover 
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    Fine Woodworking magazine 2007 May/June #191
    18 Fine Woodworking magazine 2007 May/June #191
    Taunton Press May/June 2007 Issue No. 191 magazine used 110 pages 
    Features:
  • The Pegged Joint, Exposed. Showcase and strengthen mortise-and-tenon joints
  • Router Bits. We torture-test 18 profile bits to find the smoothest cutters
  • Making Sense of Vises
  • All About Wax. Use it to perfect a finish or create special effects
  • Porringer-Top Tea Table. Hand-shaped cabriole legs lend grace to a versatile period piece
  • Self-Centering Mortising Jig
  • Heavy-Duty Lathes
  • The Art and Craft of Room Screens

    Up Front:
    On the Web
    Contributors
    Letters
    Methods of Work
    Tools & Materials
    What's the Difference? Left-tilt vs right-tilt tablesaws
    Fundamentals. Hone your handplane skills

    In the Back:
    Readers Gallery
    Q & A
    Master Class - working with Japanese paper
    Finish Line. Easy finish ages a classic cherry piece
    How They Did It. The joint wizard's secrets

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has light wear. Back cover is creased. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Friend Loveth Stitching Craft Book
    19 Friend Loveth Stitching Craft Book
    Cross N Patch 1986 Leaflet Used Leaflet 
    CONTENTS:
    A friend loveth

    CONDITION:
    Cover has light creasing, bent corners, and edge wear, ink marks on inside and front cover 
    Price: 3.00 USD

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    Goldilocks
    20 Goldilocks
    Fibre-Craft Materials Corp. 1988 FCM 157 Leaflet Used 
    Fairy tale fancy to crochet 13" bed doll

    Condition cover has light creasing and edge wear, small soiled spot on the front cover, and sticker resedue on the back cover 
    Price: 3.30 USD

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