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In Celebration Of Small Things: A Return to Creative Self-Reliance

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A toolbox full of expertise -- how to: unclog drains; repair pipes and wiring; build beds, shelves, coffee tables; paint; can; sew -- that even the four thumbed will be able to get a handle on. Cadwallader, who a couple of years ago wrote the delectable Whole Earth Cook Book is a natural lifer, but refreshingly free from posturing (she considers cloth napkins a necessary l ...more
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Julie Barrett
Oct 27, 2016 rated it really liked it
In celebration of small things by Cadwallader_ Sharon
Book about kitchen garden, country and simple sewing, preserving, furniture and repairs and natural environment and much more.
Lots of advice, how to buy meats, how to sew pillows and make furniture, how to launder with detergent that is safe for the environment.
Gas for your car, how to clean filters on furnace, right air in tires,
Breakfast food value chart is enclosed.
I received this book from National Library Service for my BARD (Braille Aud
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