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Gutermann Thread Painting

By: Hubbard, Liz

Price: $13.95

Publisher: Greenford UK, Search Press Ltd: (1985) 1987

Edition: Third Printing

Seller ID: 16409

ISBN: 0855325658

Condition: Very Good


Only light wear to pictorial card covers. ; A bright, solid book ; Trade PB; 7.80 X 7.80 X 0.10 inches; 32 pages; Instruction with color photos of original work created by British textile artist Liz Hubbard, a technique she named "Thread Painting," which uses a sewing machine. View more info

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Home Tanning of Sole and Harness Leather; with Notes on Raw Hide and Robe Making

By: Prairie Chemical Co.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Winnipeg, Prairie Publishing Company: N.D.

Edition: Second Edition

Seller ID: 14800

Condition: Very Good


Light edge wear to boards. ; A bright, solid book ; 0.25 x 10.5 x 8 Inches; 23 pages; The red hardcover binding is set to flip open from bottom, creased at top so that it lays flat when open. Above the crease the boards and pages are stapled and covered with red tape. The first page appears to be hand drawn illustrations of equipment to be used. The following pages are instructions and recipes for various treatments of the hides.On the final page appears the instruction write the Prairie Chemical Co. of Winnipeg Manitoba for prices on a list of ingredients required in tanning.This is not dated... View more info

Treasury of Mennonite Quilts

By: Rachel and Kenneth Pellman

Price: $13.50

Publisher: Intercourse, PA, Good Books: 1992

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 19418

ISBN: 1561480592

Condition: Very Good+


Card covers show light shelf wear.; A bright, solid book.; Color Photographs; 10.8 X 8.4 X 0.3 inches; 128 pages; "An extraordinary collection of dazzling quilts from Mennonite communities across North America. This deluxe quality book presents a variety of applique, patchwork, and elaborate crazy patch designs from the late 19th to the early 20th centuries. Some quilts follow traditional patterns; others are simply one-of-a-kind. All express the creative and innovative spirits of their Mennonite makers. All exhibit precision and fine attention to detail." View more info