Things to Make and Do Downey 1974 Submitter: Outdated! Holly: The crafts themselves aren’t toooo bad, but the book itself is very unappealing because it looks so old. The bird collage (below) sure has a lot of materials! Who lets
Beautiful Holiday Ideas 1980 This looks pretty familiar, doesn’t it? It’s a bit like these posts from last year: Tis the Holiday Season and Just in time for holiday parties …which leads me to believe that there are LOTS of
Holly: So sorry this didn’t make it up in time for Halloween 2010! Here are some fab ideas for next year, though. Carving Jack O Lanterns Gendusa 1989 Submitter: The first book, Carving Jack-O’-Lanterns by Sam Gendusa was published in
Woman in the Woods Farmer 1976 Submitter: While I am not a librarian, I do think I’m qualified as a historian to declare this book a rather wondrous find! Holly: While maybe the information is still valid, who is going
The Art of Macrame: Modern Design in Knotting Fisher 1972 Modern? I beg to differ. Check out these numbers! I wish they’d quit putting other peoples’ faces on my body! She does have the longest neck EVER…kind of looks like a photo
Clotheshanger Projects James & Shinn 1979 What, you ask, can you make with these glooooorious clothes hangers? According to the book cover, “101 Fun and Useful Things!” Such as? That goofy woman’s face-thing in the second picture is calling to me.
Knitting with Dog Hair Crolius 1997 I am a dog lover but I am really disturbed by a dog hair sweater. Anyone else think this is odd? I will concede that this is probably an appropriate choice for a dog/craft
Jewish Chess Masters on Stamps Berkovich and Divinsky 2000 If your library or your community has a very (VERY) active stamp collecting society, this might be an acceptable choice for your library. Even then, it is very obscure! There’s nothing wrong