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Creative Costumes & Halloween Decor


Creative Costumes & Halloween Decor


$19.84


The all-in-one Halloween book! Creative Costumes & Halloween Decor combines costume and decorating projects into one convenient book. The costumes are designed around three basic styles: tabards, gowns, and full suits (made from pajama patterns). Accessories like wings, capes, skirts and lots of headwear are also included. Details like collars, gloves, spats, and face painting instructions offer lots of ideas for personalizing costumes. The decor section includes 30 unique projects for decorating your house inside and out, along with special projects for throwing a Halloween party. The projects use common household products plus lots of craft-store items like wood pieces, paints, papier mache, felt, craft foam, floral materials, and polymer clay. Elaborately propped beauty photos and step-by-step instructions with photos of every step make the projects-both costume and decor-easy to understand.

Knitting Never Felt Better


Knitting Never Felt Better


$7.09


Nicky Epstein’s definitive and bestselling guide to felting is in paperback at last! Using ten chic garments and more than 150 stunning sample swatches, the ever-popular Epstein covers the top methods for turning wool yarn into vibrant and dense textures. This lavishly illustrated book is bursting with patterns, stitches, and techniques for lace, mosaics, cables, and more, along with Epstein’s whimsical ideas for dimensional embellishments and an array of attractive home-d?cor projects.

The Bridges at Toko-Ri


The Bridges at Toko-Ri


$16.04


In one of his beloved early bestsellers, Pulitzer Prize?winning author James A. Michener crafts a tale of the American men who fought the Korean War, detailing their exploits in the air as well as their lives on the ground. Young and innocent, they arrive in a place they have barely ever heard of, on a ship massive enough to carry planes and helicopters. Trained as professionals, they prepare for the rituals of war that countless men before them have endured, and face the same fears. They are American fighter pilots. Together they face an enemy they do not understand, knowing their only hope for survival is to win. Praise for The Bridges at Toko-Ri?A vivid and moving story, as well as an exciting one. The humanity of the people is deeply felt. Chicago Tribune?The Banshees screaming over Korea, the perilous landings on an aircraft carrier deck? bouncing around like a derelict rowboat,? a helicopter rescue from the freezing waters. all are stirringly rendered. The Denver Post?Michener?s best. a story of action, ideas, and civilization?s responsibilities. Saturday Review
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