Angel Threads Martin 1986 Submitter: Page after page of hand drawn patterns. In our age of Pinterest, this book is a joke. I am especially horrified by the “Dishcloth Suit” illustrations. No idea why one of our staff looked at this
Mount your own fish trophies : a profusely illustrated guide with step by step instructions Moore 1975 Submitter: I am pretty sure no one is mounting fish trophies anymore. I don’t think anyone will coming looking for this anytime soon. We had
Build your Own Hot Tub Miller 1979 Submitter: In actuality a fairly well done how-to book; the cover alone demands submission. You just KNOW that there are no bathing suits in evidence there – and is that Paul Simon third
Great and Groovy Things to Make Morris 1972 If this is still floating around someone’s teen section, I will probably have to kill myself. Teens in 1972 are today’s GRANDPARENTS. Of course, this craptastic book has macrame and tie dye!
The Pantyhose Craft Book Laury and Aiken 1978 Submitted by Sarah C. in a public library in suburban Wisconsin (outed with permission!): A circ worker brought this book to my attention and I promptly weeded it from our collection. I
Macrame: A Golden Hands Pattern Book Popplewell (ed.) 1974 Just when Holly and I think we have seen every macrame book out there, yet another will turn up. Of course I couldn’t resist especially with that rockin’ vest on the
Art from Scrap Reed and Orze 1974 Submitter: A book about arts and crafts using recycled materials is always in demand. This one is clearly geared toward art teachers, and many of the pieces were made by students. A few items
Thought everyone would enjoy some old holiday themed posts. Click on the title to see the original post. Enjoy your holiday everyone! Mary and Holly Beautiful Holiday Ideas 1980