By Nicole Mallalieu
Книга посвящена шитью сумок. Автор подробно описывает профессиональное создание сумок. Nicole Mallalieu раскрывает секреты высокого класса: техники, ярлыки и нюансы профессионального дизайна и отделки. that allows you to make lovely, caliber baggage with the pro part that truly makes the variation among home-made and handmade?open the higher Bag Maker by means of Nicole Mallalieu. during this how-to ebook entire bag maker, Nicole Mallalieu, finds her high-end recommendations, shortcuts, and secrets and techniques for pro layout and finishes. the ten featured initiatives train quite a number professional talents from adjusting the percentage of the development to developing wallet, straps, flaps, and bases.. by means of the top of this booklet, youll have a closetful of polished bags?and probably stitch greater than you ever imagined you'll.
By Donna Kato
Polymer clay has grown and grown in reputation because the e-book of Donna Kato’s best-selling The artwork of Polymer Clay in 1997. And there were such a lot of technical advances, too. Now poly-diva Donna Kato provides an all-new examine one in every of crafters’ all-time favourite mediums. Donna Kato’s Polymer Clay concepts starts off with the necessities of polymer clay, together with its operating homes, plus instruments, curing, protection ideas, and colour mixing (with complete details at the now-indispensable Skinner Blend). Photo-packed chapters specialize in fascinating projects—beads, bracelets, pins, pendants, and boxes--and show off new recommendations, together with picture transfers, floor remedies akin to stencils, stamps, paints, and inks, sculpting, inclusions, lighting tricks, and completing. entire items by means of a number of the largest names in polymer clay, together with Kathleen Dustin, Pier Voulkos, and Nan Roche, plus Donna Kato herself, provide rules and concept. Другая книга этого автора:
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By Jenne Giles
Felting is an old craft that enjoys an never-ending number of varieties and makes use of. Felt model captures the paintings and class that's attainable with hand-crafted felt, whereas conserving it easy and possible for somebody to grasp. even if it’s a collar or a complete gown, each one venture is impossible to resist and brings felting to a wholly new point. the writer demonstrates numerous easy felting recommendations together with: uncomplicated rainy felting, needle felting, nuno, and punch needle felting. For the extra complicated fiber artist and sewer, she presents styles and directions for unique garments designs together with vests, jackets, and skirts. Felt model is a standout from different felting books for its scope, originality, and its distinctive ties to couture.
By Stephon Alexander
Greater than fifty years in the past, John Coltrane drew the twelve musical notes in a circle and hooked up them via directly traces, forming a five-pointed megastar. encouraged through Einstein, Coltrane had placed physics and geometry on the center of his track. Physicist and jazz musician Stephon Alexander returns the desire, utilizing jazz to respond to physics' so much vexing questions about the prior and way forward for the universe. Following the good minds that first drew the hyperlinks among track and physics-a checklist together with Pythagoras, Kepler, Newton, Einstein, and Rakim-The Jazz of Physics revisits the traditional realm the place track, physics, and the cosmos have been one.
This cosmological trip accompanies Alexander's personal story of suffering to reconcile his ardour for song and physics, from taking song classes as a boy within the Bronx to learning theoretical physics at Imperial collage, London's internal sanctum of string conception. taking part in the saxophone and improvising with equations, Alexander exposed the relationship among the basic waves that make up sound and the elemental waves that make up every thing else. As he finds, the traditional poetic notion of the "music of the spheres," taken heavily, clarifies confounding matters in physics.
Whether you're extra conversant in Brian Greene or Brian Eno, John Coltrane or John Wheeler, the 5 percentage country or why the universe is lower than 5 percentage noticeable, there's a new discovery on each web page. overlaying the complete heritage of the universe from its delivery to its destiny, its constitution at the smallest and biggest scales, The Jazz of Physics will fascinate and encourage a person attracted to the mysteries of our universe, track, and lifestyles itself.
By Fannie Taylor
Profound adjustments have been happening in American society in the course of the interval of the Sixties and Seventies whilst laws for the nationwide starting place for the humanities and the arts used to be enacted and the organizations went into operation. It used to be a interval of soul-searching by way of the yankee public while the adored prejudices and civil inequities of the earlier many years have been burnt up and previous wounds started to heal; whilst, although, the Vietnam struggle used to be growing new fissures and antagonisms. Into this newly therapeutic, newly wondering society, congressional motion thrust the nationwide Council at the Arts in 1964, and the nationwide Endowment for the humanities in 1965. Their challenge used to be to motivate and help the humanities, and the boys and ladies charged with this accountability went approximately their paintings with the fervour and exuberance of non secular converts. the belief of even a minute quantity of federal monetary information to the country's chronically beleaguered and sometimes impoverished artists and humanities organi zations appeared unusual to a section of the inhabitants that had existed in forgot ten independence from govt intervention. a few of the nation's artists and humanities leaders have been cautious, in part end result of the uncertainties and constraints of prior styles of governmental support.
By Charlyne Yi
From actress, comic, musician, and author Charlyne Yi comes this selection of illustrated, interconnected brief tales and anecdotes that blends comedy, great adventures, and a hurricane of emotions that would make you need to snigger and cry on the comparable time—reminiscent of the works of Demetri Martin, Shel Silverstein and John Cassavetes.
Charlyne Yi takes readers from a sky jam-packed with vengeful clouds to the depths of a frog's abdominal, and to Hell and back—literally—in this number of brief tales that showcases her special style.
Equal components whimsical, hilarious, heartbreaking, and terrifying, those brief stories—both written and illustrated by means of Charlyne—can be learn individually, yet are hooked up thematically following the problems of affection at each age:
• Forgive Me: What occurs while the tiniest boy of all time is the one factor status among the world's greatest child and an indignant mob? Who may possibly ever love anything so small? Or so big?
• She's All Legs: during this highly spiced, action-packed romance, Agatha, a girl who's actually simply legs and a head, comes to a decision to seek down and kill the satan himself. alongside the way in which she meets
Cassady, an Elvis impersonator along with his personal, mysterious gripe with the darkish Lord.
Short, one-page anecdotes, poems, reflections, and imagery also are included.
Strange, heartfelt, and beautiful, Oh the Moon indicates you're keen on within the means that basically Charlyne Yi's marvelous, witty brain can.