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Multcolib Research Picks - Let's Get Crafty!

Annotation:A blog post by Emily-Jane D.

At Home With Handmade Books
At Home With Handmade Books 28 Extraordinary Bookbinding Projects Made From Ordinary and Repurposed Materials By Zamrzla, Erin (Book - 2011 ) 686.3 Z26a 2011 All copies in use. Availability details
Handmade to Sell
Handmade to Sell Hello Craft's Guide to Owning, Running, and Growing your Crafty Biz By Rand, Kelly (Book - 2012 ) 745.5068 R186h 2012 All copies in use. Availability details
Where Women Create
Where Women Create Book of Inspiration : in the Studio & Behind the Scenes With Extraordinary Women By Packham, Jo (Book - 2010 ) 704.042 P1199w 2010 Available in some locations
Recraft
Recraft How to Turn Second-hand Stuff Into Beautiful Things for your Home, Family and Friends By Duchars, Sara (Book - 2012 ) 745.5 D826r 2012 Available in some locations
I Spy DIY Style
I Spy DIY Style Find Fashion You Love and Do It Yourself By Radosevich, Jenni (Book - 2012 ) 646.3 R131i 2012 Available in some locations
World of Geekcraft
World of Geekcraft Step-by-step Instructions for 25 Super-cool Craft Projects By Beal, Susan (Book - 2011 ) 745.5 B3663w 2011 All copies in use. Availability details
Crafty Talk With Susan Beal, Diane Gilleland and Alicia Paulson
Crafty Talk With Susan Beal, Diane Gilleland and Alicia Paulson (Downloadable Audiobook - 2009 ) Click here to listen to this podcast »

Annotation:Three local crafters talk about their work and their writing.

Embroidery Companion
Embroidery Companion Classic Designs for Modern Living : 30 Projects in Decorative Embroidery, Counted Cross Stitch, and Crewelwork By Paulson, Alicia (Book - 2010 ) 746.44041 P332e 2010 Available in some locations Holds: 1 on 15 copies

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Portland is a crafty city. Here are just a few of the fabulous craft books we have in the catalog. Use the term handicrafts for general crafts, and use a specific term like knitting for individual crafts. And check out the craft blogs too!


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