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200 Victorian Fretwork Designs: Borders, Panels, Medallions and Other Patterns (Dover Pictorial Archive)

by A. Sanguineti

A familiar decorative detail that's found both inside and outside of Victorian homes, fretwork delights the eye with its graceful interlaced designs. This vintage sourcebook, reproduced from a rare edition, provides today's graphic designers and craftworkers with intricate plates of authentic patterns, including scrollwork, finials, banisters, interlaced vines, foral carvings and many other elegant fretwork designs. They're perfect for lending a quaint touch to countless print and crafting projects.

24-Hour Crochet Projects

by Rita Weiss

Quick and easy doesn't mean boring, as this vibrant crochet guide attests. Twenty-four simple patterns, each of which can be finished in 24 hours or less, include garments, bags, and home accessories. They're easy to pick up whenever you have a few moments to spare — but they're hard to put down! You'll be amazed at what you can create in such a short time.Patterns include stylish hats, scarves, sweaters, and purses as well as afghans, doilies, and baby clothes. Full-color photos illustrate the easy-to-follow instructions, and a helpful "Refresher Course" offers diagrams of stitches and describes gauge. From a cute little sweater to a trendy scarf and a little black bag for a night on the town, these 24 patterns offer a terrific variety of projects that make great gifts and treasured keepsakes.

24-Hour Knitting Projects

by Rita Weiss

Even if you have only one hour a day to devote to knitting, you can make any one of these chic patterns in less than a month! Twenty-four quick and easy projects for knitters at all skill levels include shawls, hats, sweaters, afghans, and other items. The simple instructions will appeal to beginners, and advanced knitters will appreciate the chance to whip up a variety of keepsakes and gift items.Full-color photographs of the finished products illustrate the complete, easy-to-follow instructions, and a helpful "Refresher Course" covers everything from casting on to weaving in ends. Stylish and practical projects include Snazzy Scarves, Boudoir Afghan, Yummy Throw, Pocket Shawl, Snappy Scrappy Purse, plus an exciting variety of sporty caps and cozy tops.

24-Hour Quilting Projects

by Rita Weiss

It doesn't have to take months or years to make a quilt - believe it or not, these patterns require only 24 hours or less! Whether you're an absolute beginner or an experienced quilter, these simple instructions for 20 projects offer everything you need to know from start to finish. You'll discover innovative, time-saving techniques that make fast work of cutting and sewing heirloom-quality quilts.Full-color photos illustrate directions for pinwheel layouts, zig zag arrangements, patchwork designs, and appliqué motifs. Create wall hangings, decorative throws, and traditional quilts of all sizes that will add charm to any room. This wealth of projects -- many of which can be finished in just six hours--offers designs that look as if they took months to stitch. In addition to their keepsake value, the quilts make wonderful gifts for all occasions.

24-Hour Sewing Projects

by Linda Causee

You can't tell by looking at them but each of these 32 projects takes 24 hours or less to sew! Ideal for people who love to sew but don't have as much free time as they'd like, the quick and easy patterns are also great for whipping up personalized gifts for the holidays. Full-color photos illustrate simple directions for making accessories for the kitchen, from pretty potholders to a reversible apron. For the bedroom, patterns include a duvet cover and a variety of pillows. Make terrific towels for the bathroom, and for the nursery you can create a quickie quilt, blanket, and bonnet. Projects also include Christmas ornaments that will help dress up your home for the holidays as well as an assortment of unique gifts — purses and totes, jackets, a vest, and more.

25 proyectos en madera para hacer en un fin de semana

by Joaquín Vilargunter

* La construcción de objetos con madera no es algo que esté sólo al alcance de los profesionales: cualquiera, con un mínimo equipamiento y la información que se facilita en este libro, podrá construir los más variados y prácticos objetos en un fin de semana. * En las páginas de esta obra se presentan todas las instrucciones necesarias para realizar la cuidada selección de objetos que se propone (para el despacho, para la cocina, para el baño, para los niños...) * Los proyectos se han planteado teniendo en cuenta el escaso tiempo libre del que se dispone hoy en día, y su fácil realización permite que un fin de semana sea suficiente para llevarlos a cabo. * Una obra única que ofrece 25 ideas fáciles de realizar, con explicaciones detalladas e ilustraciones que contribuyen a una mejor comprensión, a las que cada uno podrá aportar luego su toque personal. Joaquim Vilargunter Muñoz es arquitecto técnico, técnico especialista en ebanistería y modelista de fundición. Actualmente es profesor numerario de tecnología de la madera en el IES «Escola del Treball» de Barcelona. Ha publicado diversas obras en Editorial De Vecchi, entre las que destacan Haga usted mismo 25 modelos de sillas, Haga usted mismo 25 modelos de estanterías.

25 proyectos en madera para hacer en una tarde

by Joaquín Vilargunter Muñoz

* La mayoría de las veces, cuando se piensa en construcciones en madera, se idean proyectos grandes, costosos e inacabables que acaban minando la paciencia de los aficionados; pero esto no tiene por qué ser así. * Los objetos que se proponen en este libro requieren muy pocos medios y tiempo, pues se pueden realizar incluso en una tarde; son objetos útiles y cotidianos que nos llenarán de satisfacción e impregnarán nuestro hogar de la calidez, elegancia y belleza de un material tan noble como la madera. * Los 25 proyectos son fáciles de hacer, y cuentan con explicaciones detalladas e ilustraciones que le guían paso a paso para realizar fácilmente cada proyecto. * La obra incluye también la información básica necesaria para familiarizarse con los materiales, los utensilios y las técnicas para trabajar la madera. Joaquim Vilargunter Muñoz es arquitecto técnico, técnico especialista en ebanistería y modelista. Actualmente es profesor numerario de tecnología de la madera en el IES «Escola del Treball», de Barcelona. Ha publicado diversas obras en Editorial De Vecchi, entre las que destacan: Haga usted mismo 25 modelos de sillas, Haga usted mismo 25 modelos de estanterías y 25 proyectos para hacer en un fin de semana, entre otras.

25 Tropical Houses in Indonesia

by Masano Kawana Amir Sidharta Amanda Eberhardt

25 Tropical Houses in Indonesia offers a selection of the best contemporary architecture in the archipelago, ranging from a new type of urban shop house to dramatic and flamboyant buildings emerging from the countryside. Drawing on classical Indonesian aesthetics and conventions and blending these with dynamic, cutting-edge design ideas, modern architecture in Indonesia has become dramatically aligned with international concepts of space, incorporating stunning local elements and materials.

25 Tropical Houses in the Philippines

by Elizabeth Reyes A. Chester Ong

25 Tropical Houses of the Philippines features top Filipino architects and designers with ideas that are stylish, contemporary, and show twenty-first century savvy. These distinctive homes showcase the best residential work by Filipino architects--outstanding works by 20 designers stepping beyond traditional conventions toward Asian fusion trends and international modernist architecture. The book offers a tour of stunning structures ranging from gracious pavilion-houses in elite subdivisions of Manila to elegant vacation homes of Batangas and Mindoro.

3,000 Decorative Patterns of the Ancient World (Dover Pictorial Archive)

by Flinders Petrie

Mythical animals, florals, rosettes, religious and secular symbols, more.

30 Herbs for Your Kitchen Garden

by Maureen Little

It contains detailed information on how to plan, plant, grow and maintain thirty selected herbs so that they will remain productive. It also includes 60 delicious recipes - from soups to sauces - for using the herbs in your kitchen, and information on how to preserve herbs.

3200 Old-Time Cuts and Ornaments (Dover Pictorial Archive)

by Blanche Cirker

Royalty-free illustrations from 1909 French typography foundry catalog: more than 100 plates, over 3,200 pictures and motifs, including fruits, flowers, plants, and trees; animals; stray eyes and ears; playing cards; angels, saints, and religious motifs; musical instruments; carriages and sailing vessels; sporting events; plus ornamental borders, mortised cuts, banners, wreaths, and other line art.

350 Plantas de interior en color

by Rob Herwig

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361 Full-Color Allover Patterns for Artists and Craftspeople (Dover Pictorial Archive)

by Carol Belanger Grafton

This excellent volume presents a dazzling assortment of copyright-free, full-color allover patterns. Carefully selected for their eye-catching appeal and suitability for practical use, the 361 patterns in this volume offer artists, designers, and craftspeople an extensive and convenient archive of colorful patterns for use in a virtually unlimited number of projects.Ranging from 15th- through 20th-century sources, the collection encompasses a rich variety of subjects and styles: geometrics, florals and foliates, animal and nature motifs, and other attractive repeat patterns. Ideally suited for reproduction with a color copier, these patterns are also perfect for scanning into a computer, where the images can be reduced or enlarged and altered in color as well.A splendid resource for use in designing catalogs, book covers and jackets, stationery and greeting cards, packaging, wallpaper, textiles, and many other art and craft projects, this volume will prove invaluable to anyone in need of a quick and easy archive of outstanding designs for permission-free use.

37 Houseplants Even You Can't Kill

by Mary Kate Hogan

Have the leaves dropped off your houseplants long ago? Here's the good news: you're not missing some mysterious green thumb gene. These 37 varieties of foliage, flowers and cacti will thrive even when almost totally ignored. Best of all, there's no need to sacrifice lushness, beauty or even delicacy. You'll find all the easy-to-follow basics you will ever need to show off your gardening prowess, even if you don't have any!

376 Decorative Allover Patterns from Historic Tilework and Textiles (Dover Pictorial Archive)

by Arthur Martin Charles Cahier

The increased use of quality designs in 19th-century manufactured goods created a steady demand during that period for collections of decorative patterns. This volume reproduces one such collection - an extremely rare and valuable portfolio of 376 motifs assembled more than a century ago by two French Jesuit scholars. Relying on historical wall and floor tiles, textile patterns, tapestries, wall hangings, and other designs originating in the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and later European and Islamic cultures, Charles Cahier (1807-1882) and Arthur Martin (1802-1856) produced a work of true artistic distinction. Included are a wealth of splendid floral, animal, bird, and geometric patterns, carefully researched and meticulously redrawn for use in a myriad of graphic and artistic projects. Many of the motifs are accompanied by complementary border designs, an often essential accessory. This edition faithfully reproduces the edition published in 1868, titled Suite aux mélanges d'archéologie. It represents an invaluable copyright-free resource embodying the finest designs from historic sources, ready for use by artists, illustrators, craftspeople, and designers working with textiles, wallpapers, interior decoration, and other projects.

3D Photorealistic Rendering: Interiors & Exteriors with V-Ray and 3ds Max (3D Photorealistic Rendering)

by Jamie Cardoso

Increase the photorealism of your 3d visualizations with enhanced toolsets of V-ray in 3ds Max. Full-color, step-by-step tutorials about techniques involved in creating photorealistic renders for interior/exterior scenes. Each tutorial includes a 3d project scene to guide you through, production and post-production. The production chapter shows how to create shaders, fine-tune textures and set up a day/night lighting rig. You will be rendering high-res images with render elements included for the final stage of post-production. The book also includes tips about, pre-production, camera settings, verified views, material editors, shaders, 3ds max scripts, and much more!

400 Traditional Tile Designs in Full Color

by Carol Belanger Grafton

Spectacular plates reprinted from rare 19th- and early-20th-century English, French, and Spanish manufacturers' catalogs. 400 royalty-free examples inspired by more than 2,000 years of tile designs produced by the civilizations of Islam, Greece, Rome, and Byzantium, among others. Largest collection of color tile designs in a single volume.

50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants: The Prettiest Annuals, Perennials, Bulbs, and Shrubs that Deer Don't Eat

by Alan L. Detrick Ruth Rogers Clausen

Keeping your beautiful garden safe from deer is as simple as choosing the right plants. Are deer destroying your garden? There is a solution, and it doesn’t involve fencing, barriers, or chemicals. In 50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants perennial expert Ruth Rogers Clausen highlights the best, most versatile plants that deer simply don’t eat. The plant choices include annuals and perennials, shrubs, ferns, bulbs, grasses, and herbs; for each Clausen shares helpful growing and design tips. This practical, authoritative, full-color guide is a must-have solution to a must-stop problem.

50 Do-It-Yourself Projects for Keeping Chickens: Chicken Coops, Brooders, Runs, Swings, Dust Baths, and More!

by Janet Garman

Get ready to jump into the world of chickens, one DIY project at a time. Owning and raising chickens doesn’t have to be an expensive hobby. With imagination, simple tools, and salvaged or bargain materials, you can make everything your flock needs for their health and safety.Buying a chicken coop can be a major expense. Follow the steps provided in the book to retro fit an existing structure into a chicken palace fit for the fanciest hens. Brooders, grow out pens, and chicken runs can easily be pulled together and give your feathered family a safe place to scratch and peck.If your chickens want fun activities, create boredom busters with the directions for a chicken swing, dust bath, outdoor roosts, front porches, and resting perches. Are you planning to raise your own sustainable flock? Building a nesting box area fit for the best broody is included. You can even set up a maternity ward and brooder pen in the coop. Dropping boards to dust baths, feeding stations to first aid, read and learn the simplest ways to provide the infrastructure and fun that your chickens need to grow and thrive. After all the project building, and chores are done, treat your flock to a delicious seasonal recipe with one of the recipes included.From beak to talon, you’re ready to tackle the needs of your flock with 50 DIY Projects you can create on a limited budget. Let’s get started!

50 Do-It-Yourself Projects for Keeping Goats: Fencing, Milking Stands, First Aid Kit, Play Structures, and More!

by Janet Garman

Build Fences, Make Goat Milk Soap, Create Goat Play Structures, and Much More! Get ready to jump into the world of goats, one DIY project at a time. Owning and raising goats doesn't have to be an expensive venture. With imagination, simple tools, and salvaged or bargain materials, you can make everything your goats need for their health, safety, and entertainment. Packed with useful information for goat owners, you'll learn about breeds, housing, nutrition, and more. Plus find instructions to learn how to: Build fencesConstruct a hay storage areaNaturally control harmful weeds in the pastureMake natural worm prevention supplementsBuild a dehorning boxCreate goat play structuresMake yogurt, cheese, lotion, soap, and moreBake goat treatsAnd more!From horns to tail, you're ready to tackle the needs of your goat herd with 50 DIY Projects you can create on a limited budget. Let's get started!

The $50 Home Makeover: 75 Easy Projects to Transform Your Current Space into Your Dream Place--for $50 or Less!

by Shaunna West

Stunning and easy projects for less than $50 each!With The $50 Home Makeover, you can finally turn your living space into your home! This inspiring book offers 75 fun and creative ideas that will help give your place the stylish, modern look that you've always wanted--without having to spend a fortune. Each of these imaginative ideas cost less than $50 to bring to life and will beautify your space in unexpected ways. From an Antique Door Table to Reclaimed Wood Wall Art, each crafty home makeover project includes:Step-by-step instructions with full-color photographs.A key to denote how long a project takes, how much it costs, and the level of difficulty.Before-and-after photos of the finished product. With the trendy yet inexpensive projects in The $50 Home Makeover, you'll finally get to make those big improvements that you've been dreaming of--all while saving hundreds of dollars!

50 Ways to Help the Planet: Easy ways to live a sustainable life

by Sian Berry

We are becoming increasingly aware and engaged in environmental issues, but it's not always clear what the solutions are and how we can do our bit. We are ready and willing to make changes to our lifestyles, but often the advice about which are the best ones to make can be confusing.In this friendly guide you are shown how you can make changes in a positive and practical manner, and with some suggestions easier than others, there's a multitude of ways in which you can live more sustainably. Siân looks at the choices we can all make, helping you to reduce your carbon footprint and the impact of your lifestyle on the planet and change the world without changing your life.The 50 ways are divided into Plastics, Energy, Cooking and Eating, Travel, In the Garden and Action, and include a range of options, such as buying plastic-free beauty products, upcycling your furniture, cutting down on meat and having greener celebrations.

50 Ways to Kill a Slug

by Sarah Ford

Are you being bullied by a mollusc that slimes all over your garden and munches through your favourite delphinium? Are you worried about using slug pellets for fear of endangering local wildlife? Take a stand against slugs with 50 alternative, organic, natural, chemical and humane solutions to slug problems. Trick, flick and frighten slugs out of your garden, leaving you with pest-free plants. Stop slugs in their tracks and make slimy trails a thing of the past.

5000 Decorative Monograms for Artists and Craftspeople

by J. O'Kane

Voluminous, diversified collection of ornamental two-, three-, and four-letter combinations -- all in a rich variety of styles. Arranged alphabetically in columns, each series is grouped under an appropriate head. Crowns, coronets, and many ancient and modern alphabets are displayed, making this comprehensive sourcebook of permission-free designs indispensable. 130 black-and-white plates.

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