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LeeWards Illustrated Library of Arts and Crafts

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This is the second volume in the series put out by Leewards. You will find an introduction to crewel, and patchwork, quilting and appliqué. Doll-making, stained glass techniques, string and wire art along with rug making are also covered. There is also a large section devoted to plastic crafts. Finally, decoupage and paper crafts complete this hardback issue.
Hardcover, Volumn 2, 416 pages
Published 1974 by Fuller & Dees
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Linda
As far as I believe there are four books in this series. This is the second volume. Whether you grew up in the 1970's, enjoy things that are vintage or like to upcycle, you should enjoy these books.

I can see those involved in various mixed media arts enjoying this volume. If you are part of the online Etsy crowd you will like reading each of these books. It is important to note that many of these crafts are making a comeback. Though most of the pictures are in black and white, the publisher give
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