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- Author : Miranda Carmona
- Publisher : Lulu.com
- Release Date :
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : 9780692974216
This Little Book teaches 19 crochet pattern stitches and design basics. Try out the pattern stitches by crocheting one of the 5 projects included, such as the "Show-off Baby Blanket."
Return to the gentle graces of old-fashioned home decorating with filet crochet. Protect a table with a lacy, eight-sided doily. Add eye appeal to a comfortable seat with a charming three-piece chair set. Or display the family name in a frame.
Inspired Artist: Block Print for Beginners teaches beginners how to design and carve their own lino blocks and create a variety of unique, customizable art prints.
- Author : Barbara Brackman
- Publisher : C&T Publishing Inc
- Release Date : 2010-11-05
- Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
- Pages : 112
- ISBN : 9781607053866
“A renowned quilt historian . . . present[s] what she considers to be an accurate assessment of slavery, quilts and the Underground Railroad.” —Time Recall an unforgettable phase of our nation’s history with America’s leading quilt historian. Barbara Brackman presents the most current research on the role of quilts during the time of slavery, emancipation, and the Underground Railroad. Nine quilt projects combine historic blocks with Barbara’s own designs. Did quilts really lead the way to freedom? What role did quilts play? Barbara explores the stories surrounding the Underground Railroad. Read about the people who were there! First-person accounts, newspaper and military records, and surviving quilts all add clues. YOU decide how to interpret the stories and history, fabrication and facts as you learn about this fascinating time in history. Excellent resource for elementary through high school learners—curriculum included! “Quilters interested in African American slavery and quilting will find many historically accurate, teachable moments within these pages. The first-personal accounts by slaves of their quilt making, quilt parties, and stolen quilts make emotional reading. A must-have book for your quilting library!” —Kyra Hicks, author of Black Threads “Brackman skillfully assembles accurate historical evidence along with beautiful quilt examples infused with slave-era symbolism.” —Dr. Carolyn Mazloomi, author of Threads of Faith “Many of persons featured or quoted are women with a connection to the ‘peculiar institution’: slaves, escaped slaves, freed slaves, plantation owners, abolitionists, and so forth . . . teaches history through quilting and offers fun projects for history-minded quilters . . . the stories offer good starting points for one’s own research and the projects are beautiful.” —Beth’s Bobbins
Understand the nuts and bolts of Blockchain, its different flavors with simple use cases, and cryptographic fundamentals. You will also learn some design considerations that can help you build custom solutions. Beginning Blockchain is a beginner’s guide to understanding the core concepts of Blockchain from a technical perspective. By learning the design constructs of different types of Blockchain, you will get a better understanding of building the best solution for specific use cases. The book covers the technical aspects of Blockchain technologies, cryptography, cryptocurrencies, and distributed consensus mechanisms. You will learn how these systems work and how to engineer them to design next-gen business solutions. What You'll Learn Get a detailed look at how cryptocurrencies work Understand the core technical components of Blockchain Build a secured Blockchain solution from cryptographic primitives Discover how to use different Blockchain platforms and their suitable use cases Know the current development status, scope, limitations, and future of Blockchain Who This Book Is For Software developers and architects, computer science graduates, entrepreneurs, and anyone wishing to dive deeper into blockchain fundamentals. A basic understanding of computer science, data structure, and algorithms is helpful.
The author of The Stitch Bible guides novices through this centuries-old craft of free embroidering. Learn the basic stitches and essential techniques to create beautiful crewelwork embroidery with this comprehensive guide. Every stitch has clear step-by-step instructions and is accompanied by colored diagrams, making it easy to create impressive embroidered designs. This short book also includes instructions for two projects—a quirky sleeping mask and a festive bolster cushion. Praise for Kate Haxell’s The Stitch Bible “A comprehensive guide. It’s such a modern and up to date book yet it wonderfully covers many types of traditional stitch from Blackwork, Hardanger, Crewel, and Goldwork all the way to the anything goes of Freestyle Embroidery. Great for folks wondering where to start, this book has projects. Beautifully presented and easy to follow, The Stitch Bible would make a top notch gift to self or others.” —Peaceofpi Studio
This is a concise, practical guide that will help you learn Generics in .NET, with lots of real world and fun-to-build examples and clear explanations. It is packed with screenshots to aid your understanding of the process. This book is aimed at beginners in Generics. It assumes some working knowledge of C#, but it isn't mandatory. The following would get the most use out of the book: Newbie C# developers struggling with Generics. Experienced C++ and Java Programmers who are migrating to C# and looking for an alternative to other generic frameworks like STL and JCF would find this book handy. Managers who want to know what Generics is and how to put it to good use. Architects will find the benchmarking extremely useful, because it's the first of its kind across a framework of several collections.
- Author : Katie Pasquini
- Publisher : Courier Corporation
- Release Date : 2013-01-03
- Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
- Pages : 64
- ISBN : 9780486158051
How to combine traditional patterns into pre-planned layout to create handsome, one-of-a-kind quilts. 100 block plans.
This is a detailed 500 page Step by Step book crafted with very simple basic techniques and materials to enable an absolute beginner to try and gain some confidence in the pattern making process. It presents a detailed step by step method for creating Basic Pattern Blocks For Women's Wear including darted and dartless Bodice Blocks, darted and dartless Dress Blocks, darted and dartless Skirt Blocks, darted and dartless Trouser Block, Sleeve Block and Waist Band Block. Following these steps to make these Basic Pattern Blocks, will give you the confidence to try to explore the Pattern Making on your own. The learning process in this book has been made as detailed and simple as possible.
Photo tutorials show stitching in action for 50+ free-motion quilting designs to create modern quilts with classic style! Popular blogger and designer, Natalia Bonner, illustrates her instructions with detailed photos that make it easier to get beautiful results on your home sewing machine. Learn how to quilt all-over, as filler, on borders, and on individual blocks…using loops and swirls, feathers and flames, flowers and vines, pebbles and more! Includes tips for choosing batting and thread, layering and basting, starting and stopping, and prepping your machine are included. After you’ve practiced, show off your new skills with six geometric quilt projects.
You've always wanted to try quilting, and now it's easier than ever! In A Beginner's Guide to Rag Quilting, longtime quilter and bestselling author Christine Mann makes it easy to master the beginning principles of rag quilting with 12 easy starter projects. Packed with full-color photographs and tons of creative inspiration, every detail of the book from the step-by-step photographed instructions to the lay-flat spiral binding is designed specifically with the beginning quilter in mind. Readers will also find a brief history of quilting and helpful guides on cutting and coordinating colors, plus delightful extras like pillow patterns and quick-reference guides in the back pocket of the book. Even better, each book comes with a pack of 4 quilt labels and needles so you can proudly stitch your very own labels onto your first creations!
The book uses step-by-step instructions along with full code listings for each exercise. After each exercise, the author pauses to reflect, explain, and offer insights before building on the project. The author approaches the content with the belief that we are all teachers and that you are reading this book not only because you want to learn, but because you want to share your knowledge with others. Motivated students can pick up this book and teach themselves how to program because the book takes a simple, strategic, and structured approach to learning Scratch. Parents can grasp the fundamentals so that they can guide their children through introductory Scratch programming exercises. It's perfect for homeschool families. Teachers of all disciplines from computer science to English can quickly get up to speed with Scratch and adapt the projects for use in the classroom.
Crochet pattern “colourful blocks” by marifu6a Skill Level: Beginner. Yarn : DK Hook: 3.5mm This is easy to follow TUTORIAL CROCHET PATTERN with written instructions in English (US terms) completed with detailed pictures and diagrams, 8 sheets. The 'list of used stitches' is translated in Dutch, UK English, and Italian, French and German crochet terms. American crochet terms, with tutorial pictures showing the stitches row by row made it so much easier to work with the pattern even for the beginner. You can use this motif in dress, tops, doilies, scarf…. If you know to crochet, make it! You will enjoy! :) You are not allowed to sell, copy, distribute or share my patterns (or the pictures within it) in any form.
You've always wanted to try quilting, and now it's easier than ever! In A Beginner's Guide to Quilting, longtime quilter and bestselling author Christine Mann makes it easy to master the beginning principles of quilting with 6 easy starter projects: placemats, table runners, and 4 full-size quilts. Packed with full-color photographs and tons of creative inspiration, every detail of the book from the step-by-step photographed instructions to the lay-flat spiral binding is designed specifically with the beginning quilter in mind. Readers will also find a brief history of quilting and helpful guides on cutting and coordinating colors, plus delightful extras like templates and quick-reference guides in the back pocket of the book. Even better, each book comes with a pack of 4 quilt labels so you can proudly stitch your very own labels onto your first creations!
- Author : Leisure Arts
- Publisher : Leisure Arts
- Release Date : 2002-05-01
- Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
- Pages : 34
- ISBN : 9781574869538
Teach yourself the fun art of crochet! In this follow-up guide to Crochet Stitches and Easy Projects, Leisure Arts presents 19 additional stitches for the beginning crocheter. Make a doll-size afghan, a half-circle rug, and a textured pillow.
Learn the basic stitches and essential techniques to create beautiful blackwork embroidery with this comprehensive guide. Every blackwork pattern has clear step-by-step instructions and is accompanied by coloured diagrams, making it easy to create impressive embroidered designs. This short book also includes instructions for two projects--a bird book bag and decorative blackwork buttons.
Dive into the dimensions of this beautiful counted thread technique with this guide for novices from the author of The Stitch Bible. Learn the basic stitches and essential techniques to create beautiful canvaswork embroidery with this comprehensive guide. Every stitch has clear step-by-step instructions and is accompanied by coloured diagrams, making it easy to create impressive embroidered designs. This short book also includes instructions for two projects—a modern bargello cushion and a whimsical clutch purse. Praise for Kate Haxell’s The Stitch Bible “A comprehensive guide. It’s such a modern and up to date book yet it wonderfully covers many types of traditional stitch from Blackwork, Hardanger, Crewel, and Goldwork all the way to the anything goes of Freestyle Embroidery. Great for folks wondering where to start, this book has projects. Beautifully presented and easy to follow, The Stitch Bible would make a top notch gift to self or others.” —Peaceofpi Studio