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
Do-It-Yourself Coffins: For Pets and People Power 1997 An ALB tipster put me on to this title. I was DYING to get my hands on it. With a bit of gallows-type humor (mostly puns), this book details wood carving for
More Great Pantyhose Crafts Baldwin 1985 Submitter: “We were fascinated by the full-sized hammock constructed of pantyhose and plastic six-pack rings, and thought it would make a great staff development day team-building activity to make one ourselves. Alas…..” Holly: Once,
Crafts for Retarded: Through their hands they shall learn McNiece 1964 Some librarian spies from the west sent along this wonderful title to ALB. I am not quite sure of the craft on the front, but the spies sent along