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Explore a new approach to knitting! Knitting Outside the Swatch is an exploration of non-traditional construction techniques for creating and joining flowers, motifs, and various geometric shapes to create inventive and dimensional fabrics. Kristin Omdahl presents a library of 40 original and innovative stitch motifs and shows how joining one or more motifs can create trims or whole fabrics. Center-out, top-down, and side-to-side construction. Enjoy 10 project patterns including shawls, cowls, scarves, and sweaters! Kristin illustrates how to interchange various motifs in these patterns and encourages you to incorporate motifs into other designs. Learn how to integrate these motifs into the body of a garment, and, more simply, how to decorate or embellish other knitwear by using motifs as edgings, bands, cuffs, and more. Get to thinking outside the box with this must-have knitting book!
Die cuts on each spread lead to fun reveals at every page turn; the head of a snowman doubles as a painting of a bird; a plant in the ground outside becomes a plant in a vase inside. As the story progresses through the seasons, children can catch a glimpse of the weather through the inside windows and guess at the outdoor scene to come.
Free Delivery Worldwide : Outside the Lines : Paperback : The University of Michigan Press : 9780472068739 : 0472068733 : 22 Jun 2005 : Collects the voices of foremost and emerging gay poets and gathers interviews with some of the most significant figures in contemporary American poetry. This book includes twelve interviews with some of America's best-known and loved poets and also includes a selected bibliography of the works by established poets.
Me?A leader?Okay, I did prove that there’s more to Inside than we knew.That a whole world exists beyond this cube we live in. And finding that led to a major rebellion – between worker scrubs like me and the snobby uppers who rule our world. Make that ruled. Because of me, we’re free. I thought that meant I was off the hook, and could go off on my own again – while still touching base with Riley, of course. He’s the one upper I think I can trust. But then we learned that there’s outside and then there is Outside.And something from Outside wants In.
Free Delivery Worldwide : Outside Looking In : Paperback : HarperCollins Publishers : 9780008190477 : 000819047X : 28 Feb 2017 : `DCI Matilda Darke is the perfect heroine' Elly Griffiths The second book in Michael Wood's darkly compelling new crime series featuring DCI Matilda Darke. Perfect for fans of Stuart MacBride, Mark Billingham and Val McDermid.
“A masterly retelling of those dozen capricious, war torn, love soaked and chaotic years between the Beatles first LP and the fall of Saigon … all the more remarkable for being Hannah Kohler’s fiction debut.” Jim Crace, award-winning author of Harvest “Utterly enthralling and brilliantly drawn … Hannah Kohler is a remarkable talent.” Emma Chapman, author of How To Be A Good Wife Jeannie is nineteen when the world changes, Kip only fourteen. The sudden accident that robs them of their mother leaves them adrift, with only their father to guide them. Jeannie seeks escape in work and later marriage to a man whose social connections propel her into an unfamiliar world of wealth and politics. Ill-equipped and unprepared, Jeannie finds comfort where she can. Meanwhile Kip’s descent into a life of petty crime is halted only when he volunteers for the Marines. By 1968, the conflict in Vietnam is at its height, and with the anti-war movement raging at home, Jeannie and Kip are swept along by events larger than themselves, driven by disillusionment to commit unforgiveable acts of betrayal that will leave permanent scars. The Outside Lands is the story of people caught in the slipstream of history, how we struggle in the face of loss to build our world, and how easily and with sudden violence it can be swept away. With extraordinary skill and accuracy, Hannah Kohler takes us from 1960s California to Vietnam, capturing what it means to live through historic times. This powerful debut novel announces Kohler as a remarkable new literary talent.
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