RAILWAY MODELLING: THE REALISTIC WAY Rice Haynes Publishing 2007 Submitter: As the son of a model railroader and now a railroad historian who literally grew up learning to read in no small part with Model Railroader and Trains Magazines, I
How to Make a Dinosaur Karina 1976 Submitter: We recently moved to a new (smaller) town in a new state. I was super excited when we found out that the library is walking distance from our house. And the library
Jiffy Gifts Crochet Ideas for your Bazaar 1963 Saw this little number in the donation pile and couldn’t resist sharing. All you crochet fans are probably dying to make some of these awesome items for your gift giving or even
Menswear Everything about Sewing Vogue 1972 I know everyone is running to get some info on how to make that stylin’ suit on the cover. The ultra wide tie really pulls it all together. (Sidenote: I believe there is a
Humages Mariotti 1984 Submitter: Creepy close ups of painted feet, nostrils. From a public school elementary library. Our school was built in 1990, so this came from somewhere else probably! Holly: Mary, this one is absolutely CALLING to you. #CreeperAlert
Applehead Dolls for Pleasure and Profit Dotson 1962 I am not sure which is creepier: the author’s expression or this particular craft. Actually, I didn’t know one could make an applehead doll. Is this a thing? If it is, it
Big & Little Crochets Columbia-Minerva 1970 I know all you fashion forward library geeks can hardly resist anything knitted. What’s not to love? Ponchos and vests are a great way to feel comfortable at the reference desk. Guybrarians everywhere are
American Denim: A New Folk Art Beagle 1975 Jeans aren’t just some groovy pants, they are art! This is one of those books that isn’t necessarily awful. The point of this book is to show design/art with denim. That’s cool.