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January 12, 2013

craftyEver wanted to learn a new craft or perfect your current hobby?  If you’re in the library, I’d suggest starting off by browsing the non-fiction numbers 736 – 779. 

But if you can’t see anything there to whet your appetite, how about some of these new books to get you started (click to see catalogue):

The woodworker’s studio handbook : traditional and contemporary techniques for the home woodworking shop / Jim Whitman

Chains chains chains : 25 necklaces, bracelets & earrings / Joanna Gollberg & Nathalie Mornu

Home sewn home : 20 projects to make for the retro home / Sally Walton.

Knitted booties for tiny feet / Catherine Bouquerel

Textured crochet lace : 64 lace patterns to create rugs, scarves, beanies and more / Renate
Kirkpatrick

Wild jewellery : material, techniques, inspirations / Sarah Drew

Keiko’s ikebana : a contemporary approach to the traditional Japanese art of flower arranging / Keiko Kubo

Sew over it : sew it, wear it, love it / Lisa Comfort.

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