Victorian Christmas Crafts Bruno 1984 I pulled this book for weeding as it was falling apart and had a bit of an odor problem. I love the idea of traditional Victorian Christmas crafts, but this book wasn’t doing the job.
Doll Collecting for Fun & Profit Seeley and Seeley 1983 I’ve been poking through our doll collecting books recently. To honest, they just creep me out. I keep thinking about some doll displays I have seen and I am quite
Hip-Movers to Knit & Crochet Coats & Clark’s Studio Card No. 2 Coats & Clark’s Sales Corp 1970 Submitter: So groovy it’s amazing! I think [first image below] is my absolute fave!! Came in with large donation of women’s needlework,
Puppet-Making Schneebeli-Morrell 1994 Submitter: The puppets in this book are the stuff of nightmares. The one positive thing I can say is that the directions and illustrations are clear and easy to follow, but this book is well overdue for
The Sculpey Way with Polymer Clay Hot Off The Press, Inc. 2002, 2006 I was updating some of my craft materials, and fell upon this lovely item, which went out exactly 3 times since it was purchased. My guess is
A Scented Christmas Cusick 1990 This book, and another I weeded recently, suffered from a vomit/rot stink. I thought since this book was about scent, it was kind of poetic. The book itself was okay and circulated pretty well. It
Dolls’ House Bathrooms Lots of Little Loos King 1997 My knowledge of doll houses is limited to a few visits to the Art Institute of Chicago’s Thorne Miniature Rooms and whining for a Barbie dream house sometime in the mid
Baby Hand Knits Rembrandt Yarns 1946 Submitter: This publication from 1946 by the Wool Novelty Co., Inc. of New York, NY, came in with a very large donation of women’s handicraft magazines. Maybe because it’s Friday, I found the floating