Making Puppets Come Alive Engler and Fijan 1973 Submitter: The pictures are not nearly as scary as the cover led me to believe, but this book is in definite need of an upgrade. My personal favorite is the listing of puppetry
Knitting Art Karen Searle 2008 That’s right, folks, a knitting book that is not safe for work. Click through at your own peril. Submitter would especially like to draw your attention to the knitted land mines, which look like…well, not
How to Become a Balloon Artist and Make Up to $100,000 a Year Prosper 1987 Submitter: This book has recently been weeded from a public library. It probably should have been weeded a decade ago–or two. Surprisingly enough its last checkout
The Art Of Making Soap: A Harrowsmith Contemporary Primer Mohr 1979 Submitter: For your consideration: one 1979 book on soap making. It still circulates quite a bit but I’m sure borrowers are as disappointed as I was. The age being
Alchemy Arts: Recycling is Chic MacKay and Jennings 2010 This book was recently weeded from a medium sized public library for a complete lack of check-outs. It’s not awful, exactly, but definitely a little weird. The examples are described in general
Creative Home Decorations You Can Make: Low-Cost Ways to Beautify Your Home McCann 1968 Submitter: I love crafts, and often hit up my local library for a good craft book. This is where I found this absolutely filthy book.
Knitting For Your Home Weiss 1980 Submitter: My local library had this dated book in its crafts section. What caught my eye was the section on knitting for your toilet. I guess that makes sense since we do sit there for
Masks and How to Make Them Slade 1964 Submitter: ‘Mask-making is a fascinating and inexpensive hobby’ states the blurb. Maybe so, but should it necessarily be promoted by such a disturbing cover? Believe it or not, these are children sporting their