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Album - The Needlework Magazine 1962
1 Album - The Needlework Magazine 1962
1962 magazine Used 39 pages 
Catalog to order kits for needlwork and crafts including:
Fashion touches
Lovely Predictions
Warm Winners
The family corner
Afghan throw
A filet doily
3-Button cardigan
The gingham story
The American Scene
For Fancy dreams
A bed of flowers
Gala Christmas trim
For the holiday hostess

Condition – rusty staples cover has age tone, and bent covers 
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Annie's Pattern Club Newsletter 31
2 Annie's Pattern Club Newsletter 31
Annie's Attic Feb-March 1985 Number 31 magazine Used 63 
CONTENTS:
Cheering out
Pansy pillow
Framed flowers
People posies
Acorn catch-all
Knit baby set (cable stitch sweater set)
Fishing boat
Sunburst
Canada geese (waterfowl soap covers)
Fruit pie fridgies
Quilted hot pads
Diagnoal shell top
Cozy comfort (winter white afghan & pillow)
Circus bear
Beaded purse
Helpful hangers
Kitchen cows
Fun hats
Star basket
Knit doll sweater
Domino fridgies
Picot-edged place mat
Bear wall hoop
Kitchen cows

CONDITION:
Pull-out pattern section is missing. Cover has light creasing, and corner wear 
Price: 11.00 USD

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Annie's Pattern Club Newsletter 38
3 Annie's Pattern Club Newsletter 38
Annie's Attic Inc April/May 1986 Number 38 magazine used 47 pages 
Contents:
Lap Afghan
Apple Coasters
Baby's Best
Pair O'Bears
Mom Pillow
Bean Bag Toss
Wall Hat
Lacy Basket
May Flowers
Knit Bath Set
Stylish Shell
Pretty Playsuit

Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has light wear. 
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Arts & Crafts magazine 2000 August
4 Arts & Crafts magazine 2000 August
Krause Publications August 2000 Volume 8, Number 4 magazine used 98 pages 
Contents:
  • Cover Story - Edith Eig. Hollywood's rich and famous turn to Edith Eig to learn how to knit.

    Columns:

  • Know-How, How-To and Can-Do - Beverly DeJulio shows how to 'sweat' pipes without sweating to create an outdoor fountain
  • Simple Pleasures: Bottle & Candle Nets - Suzanne McNeill encourages us to fill our homes with things we've made ourselves. It's the small touches like bottle and candle nets that add a personal touch to one's home decor.

    Projects:

  • Cool Patio, Daddio - Jazz up your outdoor entertaining with some '50s retro regalia, and learn free-motion sewing and quilting in the process. You'll find the niftiest tablecloth, placemats, napkins and apron for your patio, daddio
  • Nature Printed Window Scarf and Envelope Pillow - If it's nature images you want, use the real thing - flowers and leaves - to print on fabric
  • Summer Treats Pillow Boxes - The packaging is as impressive as the present with these gift boxes. What makes them extra special are the glossy stamped leaves.
  • Suede Pillow Pockets - Masking and stamping creates a multi-layered design on soft suede. Combine it with bronze-colored satin and silky tassels to make an elegant pillow.
  • Clay Stamped Pocket Book - A tiny sample of embossing polymer clay with stamps, this little book is perfect for cash, credit cards or important notes.
  • Impressed and Painted Velvet Pillow - You'll be impressed with how simple it is to create this lacy design
  • Upholstered Bed Frame and Headboard - AS a focal point of our "mod" bedroom, this colorful ensemble creates a built-in look.
  • Embellished Pillows - No holds barred! Paint, corded spirals, tassels and even a feather boa make one-of-a-kind throw pillows.
  • Decorative Bedding - Add excitement to ready-made bedding with bright rickrack, cording and beads.
  • Woven Denim Throw - What preteen wouldn't love a denim throw? Weaving the fabric makes it ultra-cool.
  • Wall Letters - Go ahead . . . write your name on the wall!
  • Blue Jeans Table - You won't believe your eyes when you see jeans standing by the themselves!
  • Custom Shelving - Sounds expensive, doesn't it? Not when we show you how

    Garden Picks:

  • Funky Ceramic Bird Feeder Picks - Painted ceramics from the thrift store make cool and colorful bird feeders
  • Birdhouse Garden Picks - Combine rusty tin with elegant painting for a lovely country touch
  • Stained Glass Garden Picks - See what you can do with common driveway reflectors

    Faux Finishing:

  • Faux Sculpted Plaster Frames - "Plaster" lines and spirals add texture to these unusual frames
  • Combed Faux Finish Portfolio Set - Create a stylish case for your most important papers or momentos
  • Faux Marble Desk Accessories - People will think you spent a fortune. In truth, it's paint that transforms inexpensive cardboard and paper into elegant office accessories.

    Dragonfly Dreams:

  • Dragonfly Pillow - Bright colors and a trendy design dress up this throw pillow
  • Dragonfly Box and Frame - Add a dragonfly motif to your home with simple painting and staining techniques

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has creases and wear to the edges and corners. 
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    Birds & Blooms magazine 1997 August/September
    5 Birds & Blooms magazine 1997 August/September
    Reiman Publications August/September 1997 magazine used 66 pages 
    Contents:
  • Garden Variety. Reluctant gardeners become green thumbs when friends and family began contributing to their landscape efforts
  • Blooming Beauty. The slightest breeze sends cleomes stirring. These tall, graceful garden flowers will work great in your backyard as well
  • Bird Tales. A crow chewing gum ... a cardinal feeding goldfish ... a woodpecker called "Fireman" ... and more about feathered friends
  • Top Billing. Cedar waxwings are fascinating because they're one of the most social birds. Plus they will drop in on a moment's notice
  • Ready for a Walk? These gardens and backyards are at their colorful peak. And there is plenty of winged activity, too.
  • Here's the Plan. Bluebirds feeding from your hand? Unbelievable! But it is possible with a little help from this simple-to-make feeder.LI>Outside Interests. This couple discovered their climate is perfect for growing herbs. Now an enormous collection surrounds their home
  • Outdoor Classroom. Spring is a long way off, but now's the time to plan its colorful show. These tips make planting bulbs a breeze
  • Worth Seeing. No matter what time of year you visit, Longwood Gardens puts on a spectacular show of flowers, fountains and lots more
  • Crafting Naturally. It may sound a bit rough, but "pounding" your delicate backyard flowers can result in some beautiful works of art
  • Hummer Happenings. Do hummingbirds hitchhike on geese? Should feeders be removed to encourage migration? Here are answers
  • Backyard Banter. Ready to smile? We've packed eight pages with fun tidbits, ideas and reader photographs. You won't be disappointed.

    Condition: creases and edge and corner wear. 
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    Birds & Blooms magazine 1997 Oct/Nov
    6 Birds & Blooms magazine 1997 Oct/Nov
    Reiman Publications October/November 1997 magazine used 66 pages 
    Contents:
  • Garden Variety - a family in Vermont's mountains added colorful flower beds to areas with steep slopes that are too difficult to mow
  • Blooming Beauty. Purple coneflower is an easy-care perennial with gorgeous daisy-like blooms that attract birds, bees and butterflies
  • Top Billing. The nuthatch is sometimes call the "upside-down bird." Learn how this backyard acrobat earned its fitting nickname
  • Ready for a Walk? Enjoy the rich hues, abundant fruit and colorful visitors that autumn brings on this photo-tour of inviting backyards
  • Here's the Plan. Don't let old myths scare you. Bats are excellent backyard companions. Welcome them with a house of their own
  • Outdoor Classroom. When a new bird stops in your yard, be sure to look for these important clues that will reveal its true identity
    Worth Seeing. The boardwalk at Florida's Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary offers visitors a terrific place to view birds and other wildlife
  • Fantastic Feeders. Subscribers handcrafted these colorful bird feeders that appeal to bird lovers as well as a variety of feathered friends
  • Crafting Naturally. Here's how you can turn cornhusks, flowers and other items from your garden and backyard into old-fashioned dolls
  • Showpiece. Winged euonymus, a hardy shrub also known as burning bush, brightens fall landscapes with its brilliant fiery-red foliage
  • Backyard Banter. We've packed these eight pages with plenty of stories, hints and pictures from creative readers across the country.

    Condition: edge and corner wear. Cover and contents page have some ink smears. 
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    Cast On magazine 2001 fall
    7 Cast On magazine 2001 fall
    The Knitting Guild of America Fall 2001 Volume 21 issue 82 magazine used 86 pages 
    Contents:
    Articles:
    What's New
    On Your Way to the Masters - Hand: Knitting with Chenille
    Blue-Ribbon Knitting Contests: The Secrets of Entering (and Winning!)
    Buttons and Bows: Little Touches That Make Your Knitting Special
    TKGA's Learn to Knit Kit Update
    Chapter News

    Designs:
    Ode to Big Moma Oak
    Tencel Herringbone Cardigan
    Country Vest
    Moni Oli
    Lorysa Vest
    Heirloom Christmas Advent Calendar
    Flora & Fauna Fantasy Jacket
    Kinte Strip-by-Strip Collection: Scarf, Hat and Afghan
    Love Sweater
    Thoroughbred Park Sweater Coat
    Strawberry Flowers

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

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    Celebration of Friendship Iron-On Transfers
    8 Celebration of Friendship Iron-On Transfers
    Craftways Corp. 1982 softcover used 16 pages, 8 1/2 inches by 11 inches tall 
    16 pages of iron-on transfers with "Friendship" theme. Includes: flowers, children, animals and more.

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has light wear. 
    Price: 6.60 USD

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    Chip Chats 1995 #4
    9 Chip Chats 1995 #4
    National Wood Carvers Association July-August 1995 Vol.42 #4 Magazine Used 147 pages 
    CONTENTS:
    Short and Tall Uncle Sams
    Make Mine a Green Beret
    Making Carving Shows Better
    Create Hand-Carved Wood Flowers
    Vermont Bird Museum is Carver's Dream
    Using Text in Relief Carvings
    Friends Come Through for Eagle Carver
    Visiting the South American Woodcarvers
    The Mysterious Airbrush
    "No Dope on a Rope'
    Making a Knife From a Straight Razor
    Northumberland Carvers "Horse Around"
    Bonita Carvers Out-do Themselves
    S-44-OT: A Folder Worth a Second Look
    Caricature Carver Won't Settle for Seconds
    Carvers Share Talents in Valley City, ND
    There's more to Life Than Basswood
    Inspiration Guides Novice Carver
    Bennet A. Porter - Doctor of Wood
    Getting a Handle on Golf Ball Carving
    20-Mule Team Brings Back Fonf Memories
    Sculptree '94
    Carving a Wolf and a 'Sea Oughta'
    From Problem Tree to Beautiful Totem
    Roy Colbert to be Featured Carver
    Florida Carver has New Focus
    Nick Accordino, 'Norman Rockwell of Wood'
    Downeast Carvers Winning acclaim
    First-time Visit to Local Woodcarvers Club
    Review of Doug Harrison Seminar

    Condition - cover has creases 
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    Cookie Jar Jamboree
    10 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 Handcrafts Creative Sweatshirt Collection
    11 Country Handcrafts Creative Sweatshirt Collection
    Reiman Publications Inc. 1988 0898210828 / 9780898210828 booklet used 34 pages 
    Cover: "Complete how-tos for creating the most original sweatshirts you'll ever see ... from applique to quilting to smocking - even a way to use you old jeans! All shown in full-color and featuring full-size patterns."

    Included are:
    Colorful Hearts Sweatshirt
    Dresden plate sweatshirt
    I Love Ballet Sweatshirt
    Heart Balloons Sweatshirt
    Winter Sky Sweatshirt
    Smocked Lavender Sweatshirt
    Fiesta Fun Sweatshirt
    Lace and Ribbons Sweatshirt
    Dots, Flowers and Balloons Sweatshirt
    Ribbons and Bows Sweatshirt
    Smocked Christmas Sweatshirt
    Quilted Hearts Sweatshirt
    Bandana Sweatshirt
    Quilted Collar Sweatshirt
    Blue Print Sweatshirt
    Metallic Painted Sweatshirt
    Jeans Sweatshirt

    Condition: Pages have creases and one page is soiled. Cover has tears, creases, and wear to the edges and corners 
    Price: 3.30 USD

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    Crafts 'n Things magazine 2002 May
    12 Crafts 'n Things magazine 2002 May
    Clapper Publishing Co. Inc May 2002 Vol. 27 No. 6 magazine used 82 pages 
    Contents:
    Time to Smell the Flowers Pail Planter and Garden Bench
    Springtime Stitchery Floral Welcome Sampler
    Pretty in Pink Mother's Day Card
    Pink Floral Dress and Tee
    Hat Pincushion
    Garden Gate Frame
    Stamped Clay Pins
    Time to Go Fishing Sundial
    Just "Fore" Dad Accordion Photo Album
    Father's Day Card
    Golf Shadow Box
    Celebrate Spring Welcome Friends wall hangings
    Delightful Denim Daisy Blazer
    Flower Power Girl's Painted Jumper
    Garden Dress and Jacket
    Painted Embroidery Denim Pant Set
    Ribbon Embroidered Blouse
    Fascinating Shawl (crocheted)
    Classic Carryall Macramé Purse
    Flower Night Light
    Mini-Light Lanterns
    Ocean Candles
    Floral Candle Shade
    Clay Flower Hair Accessories
    Pair of Hearts Wedding Towel (cross stitch)
    Belle of the Ball Fashion Doll Prom Dress
    Ribbon Embroidered Jewelry Bag
    Beaded Beauties Bridesmaids' Jewelry Set
    Woodland Angels ornaments
    Candy Candle Wreath
    Pull-Apart Santa made from dishtowel

    Condition: wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Crafts magazine 1998 January
    13 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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    Creative Knitting magazine 2010 March
    14 Creative Knitting magazine 2010 March
    DRG Publishing March 2010 Volume 32 No. 2 magazine used 98 pages 
    Projects:
    Curtain Call
    Water's Edge (cover)
    Wild Flowers
    Gold Dust
    Retro Crop
    Silken Shine Wrap
    Leave It to Me
    Beaded-Heart Reticle
    Cocoon CardiganRose Basket Cardi
    Spring Break
    Ivy League
    Cool Heat
    Check the Lace Cardigan
    Taffy Pull
    Spring Meadow
    Mallory Bag
    City Duster
    Springtime Beret
    Mad-for-Plaid Blanket
    Baby Sidewinder
    Baby-Doll Tank
    Kid's Spring Cardigan
    Girl's Lacy Cardi
    Eyelets & Wavy Cables Blanket

    Articles of Interest:
    Skill Booster - Side-to-Side Knits
    In the Know The Importance of Gauge

    Condition: Very good condition. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Creative Needle magazine 1989 Mar April
    15 Creative Needle magazine 1989 Mar April
    Needle Publishing Inc. March/April 1989 Volume 5 Number 2 magazine used 90 pages 
    Contents:
    Stitching Around the World - Geneva Switzerland
    Construction Tips
    A Look Back - Family Heirlooms
    April Showers - Embroidered Parasol
    Fine Machine Sewing - Hemstitching Part I
    Stitchquery
    Allan's Bubble - Pull-out Pattern and Instructions
    Soaring High - Carefree Clothes for Children
    Peasant Embroidery - A Glimpse at Tradition
    Assisi Swan - Graph and Instructions
    The Rites of Spring - Special Occasion Dresses
    Marion Scoular Instructs
    The Seamless Bishop - Elimination Side Seams
    Historic Collections
    Smock Plate Betsy's April Flowers by Betsy Miller-Jones

    Condition: Age toning to the edges and wear to the edges and corners. Pull-out pattern section is intact. 
    Price: 11.00 USD

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    Creative Needle magazine 1990 Nov Dec
    16 Creative Needle magazine 1990 Nov Dec
    Needle Publishing Inc. November/December 1990 Volume 6 Number 6 magazine used 84 pages 
    Contents:
    Winter Follies - Applique Design and Instructions
    Fine Machine Sewing - Tucks and Narrow Seams Using Needle Position and Guides
    The Art of Embellishment - Hand and Machine Beading by Sandra Betzina
    Simply Serging - Creative Use of the Ladder Stitch
    Icy Brights - Smocked Ski Wear
    Treasure Pocket - Pattern Pull-out
    Flowers for the Table - Shadow Work Placemat, Pattern and Instructions
    The Fiber of Fashion - Opulent Fabrics for Winter Wear
    Stitch a Christmas Memory - Decorative Machine Embroidery
    Marion Scoular Instructs
    Historic Collections
    Stitchquery
    Heirloom Sewing
    Smock Plate by Joanne Wortman

    Condition: Marked out address sticker on front cover. Age toning to the edges and wear to the edges and corners. Pull-out pattern section is intact. 
    Price: 11.00 USD

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    Creative Needle magazine 1992 Jan Feb
    17 Creative Needle magazine 1992 Jan Feb
    Needle Publishing Inc. January/February 1992 Volume 8 Number 1 magazine used 76 pages 
    Contents:
    Construction Tips
    Special Effects Part II
    Victorian Hear Pillow - Dimensional Embroidery
    CN Sewing School - Step-by-Step to an Heirloom Christening Dress
    Geraniums - Duplicate Stitch
    Capitol Ideas - Spring Fashions with an Accent on Flowers
    Pull-out Pattern - Doll's Version of Lauren's Pocket Pants
    Details That Make a Difference - Close-ups from the Fashion Feature
    A Grapevine Valentine Needlecase - Pulled Thread on Linen
    Integral Interfacings - Sewing Techniques by Londa Rohfling
    Smock Plate Diamonds and Ribbons by Linda B Foss

    Condition: Marked out address sticker on front cover. Wear to the edges and corners. Pull-out pattern section is intact. 
    Price: 11.00 USD

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    Cross Stitch & Country Crafts magazine 1994 March/April
    18 Cross Stitch & Country Crafts magazine 1994 March/April
    Better Homes & Gardens March/April 1994 Vol IX No 4 Magazine Used 39 pages 
    CONTENTS:
    Lizzy's cat - step-by-step instructions show how to convert a child;s artwork into cross-stitch
    American beauty rose handkerchief pillow
    Football fan cap
    Golf cap
    Slam dunk cap
    Celebration of spring
    Wisteria dress
    Easter tea linens
    Tea pot cozy
    Apple pie Tatlet pan
    Apple pie
    Peter Cottontail sampler

    Glorious eggg designs: Resurrection
    Basket of flowers
    Victorian floral
    Easter Sunday
    Easter duck

    Festive Hardanger ornaments:
    Hardanger poinsettia on red
    Hardanger poinsettia on white

    CONDITION:
    Cover has light creasing, bent corners, sticker tear on front cover, some pages have slightly bent corners 
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    Cross Stitch & Needlework magazine 1996 December
    19 Cross Stitch & Needlework magazine 1996 December
    Meredith Corporation December 1996 Volume 12 Number 2 magazine used 66 pages 
    Features:
  • Just Your Style. Embellish a purchased beret and scarf with garlands of flowers as pretty as Mother Nature's own.
  • Needlework Treasures. Stitch this exquisite holiday design on two separate pieces of fabric, then layer for impact.
  • Welcome Home. Our crocheted tablecloth and jingle bell table linens and mantel piece will make your seasonal decor sing.
  • Special Feature. Small projects make great gifts for friends or relatives, and work up easily following our simple instructions.
  • Designer Profile. Create this wonderful needlepoint-quinces pillow from needlework legend Erica Wilson. Different color schemes can easily be used.
  • Historically speaking. Work this Celtic-Inspired piece using 28-count linen. Add a touch of elegance with metallic threads.
  • Seasonal Celebrations. You'll be creating heirloom treasures when you stitch the festive designs featured in this seasonal section.
  • New Technique. Use linen as waste canvas to delicately stitch on luxurious silk ribbons and velvet.
  • Contest Winners. You'll find a great deal of variety among our top three prizewinning Christmas ornaments
  • Collector's Series. The first of two Native American designs features a beautifully illustrated portrait of an Indian maiden.

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has creases and edge and corner wear. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Decorative Artist's Workbook magazine 1988 June
    20 Decorative Artist's Workbook magazine 1988 June
    F & W Publications Inc. June 1988 Volume 15, No. 3 magazine used 80 pages 
    Features:
  • Two Watercolors In One - You'll begin by learning how to paint stunning blue and lavender butterflies and pink flowers that jump right off the page. Then, you'll learn the background techniques which enable you to fit this picture into any decor or color scheme imaginable with Betty Denton's simple steps.
  • Create a Shelf Full of Country - A rocking horse, hearts, pillow and vase are all simple elements that come together to create this wonderful country still life.
  • Painting A Touch of Heaven - Heaven will seem one step closer when you create Pat Tanguay's delicate rose-covered angel. The angel is based on acrylics, with trims and details added in oils to make this an easy-to-do project - a great wedding decoration or gift.
  • The Norwegian Teardrop - The Norwegian teardrop is a beautiful, easy-to-do brush stroke. Use it in countless ways to decorate your boxes, chairs, cabinets, walls, storage bins, gifts or almost anything you want.

    Condition: Pages are age toned. One page has an advertisement clipped out. Cover ahs rubbing wear, tears, blacked-out address sticker, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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