Sweatshirts with Style Mulari 1993 I never would have guessed this was published as late as 1993! Sadly, the cover is the only colorful part of the whole book. It is filled with black and white directions, patterns, and templates.
Complete Book of Sewing Larry Eisinger, ed. 1972 Submitter: Working my way through weeding the 600s and found this jewel. Some sewing techniques may not have changed since 1972, but fashion has! These are not the clothes patrons are looking
Hot Tubs: How to Build, Maintain & Enjoy Your Own Elder 1975 Submitter: This book, acquired in 1976, was weeded from a community college library. One can only guess if the reason this book was part of the collection was
Soap Sculpture Gaba 1969 Submitter: Okay, first off, I always thought soap-carving was something of a joke–something that you hear about, but in which nobody ever actually engaged. I think the only real reference to soap-carving I ever saw was
Let’s Be Indians Parish 1962 This book is still in reasonable shape given its age, although it probably hasn’t been touched since I snagged it for this website. Maybe it slipped through the cracks on weeding since the call number
The Best of Shopping Bag Design Radice and Comerford 1987 Submitter: Recently we began weeding books that were sent to our offsite storage facility. Sadly this little gem was not weeded before being sent off to storage for 5 years. It
Mary Mulari’s Garments with Style: Adding Flair to Tops, Jackets, Vests, Dresses, and More! Mulari 1995 Submitter: I had to laugh at this one when I found it today on shelves in the small public library where I work. It’s
Make Your Own Dolls’ House Cole 1976 Submitter: There is nothing wrong with the designs and instructions for the Dickens’ doll house that is in this book, but seeing the author stare at the girl on the cover, reading that