Scott 2013 Standard Postage Stamp Catalogue Volume 5 Countries of the World N-Sam
By Snee, Charles
EX - Library book with all the usual stamps and markings. Pages are clean and crisp. Binding is tight. 169th edition.
Scott Publishing Company; 169 edition
2015 Standard Catalog of World Coins 1901-2000
By Cuhaj, George S.
A world view like no other! For more than four decades, the Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1901-2000, has provided the most comprehensive resource to 20th century coins on the market. Backed by a worldwide network of numismatic experts and the most authoritative coin database in the world, the tradition of excellence continues with this 42nd edition. Massive in size and striking in scope and detail, this highly respected reference offers invaluable information to the beginning or serious collector, researcher, academician, or coin dealer. Like the world it reflects, the Standard Catalog is ever-changing. For the first time it provides numeric grades for all coin types, as well as values for up to three conditions of proof quality, including PF63 and PF65.
Krause Publications; Forty-second Edition edition
By Mattern, Joanne
In Cars, early fluent readers learn about the science, engineering, and physics behind their favorite vehicles. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text engage young readers as they learn about these exciting machines.
By Legenhausen, Courtney
Learn how to make beautiful jewelry from an up-and-coming designer with her own line! Bead stringing. Wire wrapping, Pearl knotting. This beginner-friendly guide, created by Courtney Legnhausen (owner of Lotus Jewelry) , teaches all the basics of fashioning fun and attractive bracelets, rings, necklaces, and earrings. Detailed instructions and easy-to-follow, step-by-step photographs lay out the techniques - including jewelry stamping and applying hammered texture - and 17 projects. Even novices can make chandelier earrings, a pearl bracelet, a stone pendant, and more.
Remodeling a Basement
By German, Roger
Finishing a basement is one of the fastest and most cost-effective ways to increase living space in a home. This book helps readers visualize the vast possibilities that exist for this challenging space, and go about the remodeling process in an organized and efficient way. Roger German, a basement remodeling pro, covers every step, from the physically demanding "dirty work" to the rewarding finishing touches. He shows how to deal with a basement's special challenges, such as moisture problems and framing against concrete floors and walls, and gives instructions on pumping water up and out from basement baths and laundry rooms.
Taunton Press; 2nd Revised ed. edition
The Sewing Bible for Clothes Alterations
By Turner, Judith
The Sewing Bible is a step-by-step practical guide to help people learn some basic sewing skills to help them alter their own clothes. Starting with the most common and easiest alteration, shortening trousers, and working towards the most technically challenged, shortening the sleeves on a lined jacket, this ultimate guide will take you through the steps using over 400 illustrations to give you get a clear outline of what is required. Chapters are broken up into: * Introduction * How to use this book * What you will need * Trousers -taking up, taking in, letting out, replacing zip * Jeans - taking up, taking in, replacing zip * Dresses, Gowns and Skirts - taking up, hem lengths, types of hems, taking in * Jackets - taking up, taking in * Shirts and Tops - taking up, taking in * Types of Seams * Imperial and metric explained * Helpful hints and tips (Judith Turner).
McCall's® Essential Guide to Sewing
By Binder, Jutta Kuhnlekarin Roser Brigitte
Sterling Publishing-Sixth Springs Books McCalls Essential Guide To Sewing. A richly illustrated reference for tools, materials and techniques for the novice to pro sewer! Instructions vary from altering a garment to home decor. This book contains 100 answers from frequently asked questions along with other essential how-to techniques. Glossary of terms included. Authors Brigitte Binder, Jutta Kuhnle and Karin Roser. Softcover, 320 pages. Published year 2014. ISBN 978-1-936096-72-5. Imported.,
8.3 x 0.9 x 11 inches
Furniture Makeovers shows how to transform tired furniture into stunning showpieces. You'll never look at a hand-me-down dresser the same way again! The book offers 26 easy-to-follow techniques that can be applied to all different types of pieces, from bookshelves to desks: painting, applying gold leaf, wallpapering, distressing, dip dyeing, and more. In addition to the core techniques, author and Knack Studios founder Barb Blair shares 30 beautiful before-and-after makeovers from her studio and outlines how to achieve each look. With helpful step-by-step photographs, a visual glossary explaining all the tools and materials needed, and a lovely contemporary aesthetic, Furniture Makeovers is a treasure trove of ideas and instruction for the home decorator.
Landscaping With Nature
By Cox, Jeff
Authors Jeff and Marilyn Cox present a complete workbook for garden transformation with ways for readers to change their landscape from sterile and boring to lush and vividly alive. Includes detailed instructions on doing everything from making a natural path, garden pool or wildwood meadow to custom-coloring concrete and aging wood. 80 full-color photos; 75 illustrations.
The Handbuilt Home
By White, Ana
Create a Beautiful, Modern Home with One-of-a-Kind DIY FurnitureBeds, organizers, Adirondack chairs, a play table, and more! Its easy to build inexpensive, quality furnishings with this indispensible collection of woodworking projects from Ana White, the popular blogger who has inspired millions of homemakers with her stylish furniture plans and DIY spirit. As a young mom on a tight budget, Ana learned to make her own well-designed pieces inspired by the styles in her favorite stores—saving thousands of dollars in the process.Now, in this reference for woodworkers of all skill levels, Ana shares everything she has learned along the way. Inside The Handbuilt Home youll find Plans for 34 versatile furniture projects for every room in your house—from beginner-friendly home accessories to sturdy tables, a media center, kids items, and storage solutions Comprehensive information on using off-the-shelf lumber and basic equipment—almost every project can be made with a drill, a saw, and some hand tools Easy-to-follow instructions, costs, and time estimates to guide even the most amateur of carpenters through any projectYou dont need to be physically tough or superstrong to make your own furniture, and its okay if you dont know that a 2x4 doesnt actually measure 2 by 4 inches.
Woodworking with the Router HC
By Hylton, William H
Still the Undisputed Champion of Router How-to Books More than 10 years after its original publication, WOODWORKING WITH THE ROUTER remains the most highly regarded--and best-selling--router manual available. Clear, comprehensive, and readable, it's packed with the techniques and tricks you'll need to unleash your router's incredible potential. All that and more is covered in this expanded, thoroughly revised and updated edition. Hundreds of large, clear photos and drawings--now in full color--show you everything you need to know about using a router productively and safely. The information is specific, tested, and accurate, making this crackerjack manual almost as indispensable as the router itself!
By Brown, Amanda
This is the only book you'll need to learn the craft and art of upholstery from start to finish. With clear instructions illustrated by more than 900 step-by-step photographs, the five projects included here are designed to teach all of the techniques and skills you need to reupholster any piece of furniture to suit your own taste and style.
Storey Publishing, LLC
The Organic Artist
By Neddo, Nick
It's time to go back to basics! If you're interested in art, but find that it's becoming an increasingly expensive hobby, The Organic Artist is just the book for you! It encourages us all to return to those days when art was made with all-natural materials, such as charcoal and birch bark. Immersing you in the natural world, The Organic Artist seeks to inspire creativity by connecting you to your organic roots. In addition to offering a wide variety of suggestions for using nature as supplies for art, this book also introduces the concepts of awareness and perception that are foundational to the creative process. Readers will refine drawing skills, as well as increase their appreciation for the visual arts and the natural landscape. Some of the projects and skills covered include the following: making paper and wild ink, working with soapstone, clay, wood, and rawhide, printmaking and stenciling, natural pigments and dyes, camouflage and body painting, and nature journaling.