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This delightful and original book is a celebration of fresh and dried herbs and their many uses, as well as a comprehensive guide to over 50 herbs, and how to cultivate and harvest them.
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published January 1st 1955 by Lorenz Books
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Erin ☕ *Proud Book Hoarder*
There's some cute things in here - and not so cute things. Some sewing aromatherapy pillows, easy candle decorations. The book is a bit plain, however. Nothing very detailed or unique. There are a lot of wreath crafts.

This book is THE craft book to have. It has beautiful crafts, anything from cute and country to sophisticated and unique - these crafts are to die for. Some aren't my style but for the most part .... My favorite crafts ( wish I could show a picture on the site of what these look li
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Tessa Evelegh is a writer and stylist specializing in stitchery of all kinds, crafts, interiors and gardens, with more than 30 titles to her name. Prior to going freelance, she spent eight years at Family Circle magazine, overseeing the dressmaking, interiors and fashion departments. Her work has been published in the Daily Telegraph, Homes and Gardens, Ideal Home and Woman and Home. An enthusiast ...more
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