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 Craft and Art

Series:Spiroglyphics Ser.

Spiroglyphics is even more incredible than anything Thomas has done before. Each oversized design starts its life as a featureless spiral, but as you fill in the lines you find yourself creating a surprising, eye-popping portrait of a wonderful animal. Fun to create and ama... read more

Spiroglyphics: Animals

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 Craft and Art

Pop Art is the most important 20th-century art movement. A shift from the archetype to the stereotype, from the exalted to the everyday, it brought Modernism to the masses, making art sexy and fun with Coke cans and comics. Today, in our age of selfies and social netw... read more

Pop Art: A Colourful History

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 Craft and Art

From Bonnets to Bearskin Rugs . . . Sweet Crochet Projects for Baby & Family
Create something extra special for the baby, toddler or child in your life with Jennifer Dougherty's new book of better-than-boutique patterns. Find the same gorgeous textures and s... read more

Baby and Kids Crochet Style

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 Craft and Art

Series:Klutz Ser.
Reading Level:From 8

Let the magic begin as you soar through the skies of the wizarding world. This kit lets you build paper flyers of your favorite characters from the Harry Potter films, including Harry Potter, Draco Malfoy, Hedwig the Snowy Owl, the Golden Snitch, dragons, and more... read more

Harry Potter Paper Flyers (Klutz)

Keri Smith's Everything is Connected is not just a book of postcards. It's a series of experiments designed to shake us out of our ruts. Through the ingenious use of the common postcard, Keri Smith encourages us to embark on a ... read more

Everything is Connected - Reimagining the World One Postcard at a Time

Handmade Woven Art for Beginners & Beyond
Indulge your macram obsession the fun way--by making it yourself Macram artist and teacher Natalie Ranae will guide you step... read more

Macrame at Home: Add Boho-Chic Charm to Every Room with 20 Projects for Stunning Plant Hangers, Wall Art, Pillows and More

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 Craft and Art

Series:Best in Show Ser.

The leading knitting books of 2010 and 2011, Best in Show Dogs  Cats have been outstanding global successes. Sally Muir and Joanna Osborne are back with 25 even more fabulous dog designs. You can knit your own precious pet, reproduce you... read more

Best In Show: 25 More Dogs to Knit

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 Craft and Art

For over 20 years, Julie Paterson, founder of ClothFabric, has been designing and printing contemporary textiles by hand. Her iconic patterns, inspired by and connected to the Australian landscape, have been applied to furnishings, rugs and wallpapers and sold the world over. ClothBou... read more

Clothbound

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 Craft and Art

Defined by the simplest parameters - colour and shape - yet voluminous in possibility, the little black dress is personalised by the designer who imagined it and the woman who wears it. This volume presents a timeless anthology, with each dress included in the show and catalogue an eloquent translation of an enduring icon.

Little Black Dress
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 Craft and Art

This is street art - on an international scale.   Lou Chamberlin travelled from Warsaw to London, Tokyo to New York, Melbourne to Santiago in search of the world's most interesting and intriguing street art and the artists behind these walls. Her photographs capture the... read more

Street Art - The World

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 Craft and Art

Ceramics is back in a big way, experiencing a steady surge of interest and popularity not seen since the 1970s. The return to the handmade, driven by our increasingly digital lives, means there are now more makers, sellers, and collectors than ever. There is al... read more

Clay - Contemporary Ceramic Artisans

Many people want to lead more creative lives but find it difficult to make creativity a daily exercise. In Year of the Doodle, Dawn DeVries Sokol solves the problem with a year's worth of interactive prompts--starter doodles, qu... read more

Year of the Doodle: 365 Drawing, Collaging, and Mark-Making Adventures