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How To Embroider Almost Every Animal

Author : Applemints
ISBN : 9781631599903
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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How to Embroider Almost Every Animal is an inspiring, fun, and sophisticated collection of 400+ stitch motifs that offer a fresh take on animal-themed embroidery. Get a detailed checklist of everything you’ll need to embark on your animal stitching adventure, plus step-by-step tutorials for essential stitches and other techniques. Explore 400+ adorable stitch motifs that celebrate animals of every description and from every habitat. In addition to hundreds of fresh motifs for an amazing assortment of animals are animals in scenes—pasture, forest, barnyard, jungle, and more—plus a field guide of motifs for mythical, extinct, and unusual animals as well as animal-themed symbols and icons. Re-create the motifs exactly as shown using the accompanying templates and stitch guides, or give them your own creative spin by changing details and colors to suit your own style and imagination. How to Embroider Almost Every Animal helps you take your first steps to creating beautiful stitched animals with needle and thread! Each book in the Almost Everything series offers readers a fun, comprehensive, and charmingly illustrated visual directory of ideas to inspire skill building in their creative endeavors.

How To Embroider Almost Every Cute Thing

Author : Nihon Vogue
ISBN : 9780760377505
Genre : Embroidery
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How to Embroider Almost Every Cute Thing offers an amazing array of supercute, sweet, charming, and just plain adorable motifs for embellishing fashion and home decor.

How To Embroider Almost Everything

Author : Wendi Gratz
ISBN : 9781631597909
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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How to Embroider Almost Everything is an inspiring, fun, and sophisticated collection of 500+ stitch motifs from embroidery designer Wendi Gratz that offers a fresh new take on embroidery. Get a detailed checklist of everything you’ll need to embark on your stitch journey: threads, needles, fabric, and more. Find step-by-step tutorials for essential stitches and other techniques for creating the motifs, plus answers to common questions and invaluable tips and tricks. Explore an amazing 500+ modern motifs for almost everything, including people and pets, trees and flowers, everyday objects, food, home, and more. Either re-create the motifs exactly as shown using the accompanying templates and stitch guides, or give them your own creative spin by changing details and colors to suit your own style. How to Embroider Almost Everything helps you take your first steps to embroidering to your heart’s content and creating beautiful drawings with needle and thread! Each book in the Almost Everything series offers readers a fun, comprehensive, and charmingly illustrated visual directory of ideas to inspire skill building in their creative endeavors.

Eurasia Current Issues Of Cultural Heritage

Author : Alexander Buychik
ISBN : 9788090795723
Genre : Fiction
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It is the third issue of the international scientific journal "European Scientific e-Journal" (Czech Republic). There are 9 scientific works of the scientists and researchers from China, Czech, Poland, Bulgaria, and Russia in the field of cultural heritage.

Wild And Wonderful Fleece Animals

Author : Linda Carr
ISBN : 9781610590167
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Fleece is soft, warm, easy to work with, and simple to sew-requiring no lining or edge-finishing. Even brand-new sewers can make the perfect gift in a weekend, or less! New in paperback, this book provides easy step-by-step instruction to make a range of cuddly fleece creatures to keep or give away-in a variety of colors, textures, and patterns. Each of the 20 animals is featured in a full-size photograph, along with a variation in one or more colors or sizes. There are easy-to-follow line drawings and step-by-step text instruction for construction and assembly of each one. Linda Carr adds her own creative touches to each of the simple shapes-decorative trims, bright appliques, and quick, secure closures. Full-size tissue patterns and templates are included for each of the projects. Fleece fabric is easy to find, and the selection of colors, patterns, and textures is increasing in stores like Jo-Ann and Hancock Fabrics.

The Amazing Stitching Handbook For Kids

Author : Kristin Nicholas
ISBN : 9781607059745
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Learn how to embroider and personalize almost anything with these 15 projects ranging from phone cases to backpack tags. Transform your plain stuff into awesome stuff with just some fabric and thread! Glam up boring bookmarks, tote bags, and even your jeans! Bored during a road trip or on a rainy day? Grab your favorite color thread and get stitching! Learn and choose from different stitches to make each project exactly the way you want. Make presents that your pals and family will love. Put your own stamp on pillows and picture frames. Stitch up some cuteness!

Embroidered Textiles

Author : Sheila Paine
ISBN : UOM:39015019568016
Genre : Design
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Operation Eyewitness

Author : D. Rudd Wise
ISBN : 1462835341
Genre : Fiction
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Jess E. Hanes, a middle-aged treasure hunter, finds himself at the wrong place at the wrong time at the Casablanca airport in Morocco. He is the lone witness of an assassination of a high government official, which plunges him into an international tangle of drug running, arms smuggling, romantic involvement, and investigations by such agencies as Interpol and the CIA.

My Patients And Other Animals

Author : Suzy Fincham-Gray
ISBN : 9780812998191
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A moving memoir of a life spent in the company of animals—a veterinarian sheds light on the universal experience of loving, healing, and losing our beloved pets, and the many ways they change our lives. The pursuit of a childhood dream has taken Suzy Fincham-Gray on a journey in veterinary medicine from pastoral farms on the English–Welsh border to emergency rooms in urban American animal hospitals, with thousands of stories collected along the way. In this unforgettable literary debut, she writes about some of the most emotionally challenging and rewarding cases of her career. Like many physicians, Fincham-Gray tends to see her patients at often life-or-death moments. While dramatic, these stories expand into deeper explorations of our complex, profound relationships with the animals in our lives. She describes the satisfaction of diagnosing and treating difficult diseases and the universal experience of loving a pet, and—inevitably—raises questions about their end-of-life care. We meet Grayling, an Irish wolfhound in need of critical treatment; we learn about the fulfillment of caring for a chronically ill pet from the story of Zeke, a silver-brown tabby cat who likes to eat just a little too much; and we fall in love with Monty and Emma, Fincham-Gray’s own adopted cat and dog, who change her life in joyful and unexpected ways. Fincham-Gray depicts the sleepless nights she spends waiting for her pager to call her to the clinic, the cutthroat competition among residents, and what it’s really like to care for patients who can’t advocate for themselves. Warm and humorous, Suzy Fincham-Gray is a rare breed—a clinician with an intimate, elegant literary style. She writes with the same tenderness she brings to her patients, whose needs she must meet with her mind, her hands, and her heart. “Suzy Fincham-Gray gives readers rare insight into the making of a compassionate doctor. Her passion for both science and the animals she cares for, combined with her eloquence as a writer, made me want Suzy as both my dogs’ veterinarian and my own friend.”—Teresa J. Rhyne, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller The Dog Lived (and So Will I)

Expedition Of Captain Fisk To The Rocky Mountains

Author : James Liberty Fisk
ISBN : HARVARD:HWHJ7I
Genre : Discoveries in geography
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Mythic Discourses

Author : Frog
ISBN : 9789522227638
Genre : Social Science
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Mythic discourses in the present day show how vernacular heritage continues to function and be valuable through emergent interpretations and revaluations. At the same time, continuities in mythic images, motifs, myths and genres reveal the longue durée of mythologies and their transformations. The eighteen articles of Mythic Discourses address the many facets of myth in Uralic cultures, from the Finnish and Karelian world-creation to Nenets shamans, offering multidisciplinary perspectives from twenty eastern and western scholars. The mythologies of Uralic peoples differ so considerably that mythology is approached here in a broad sense, including myths proper, religious beliefs and associated rituals. Traditions are addressed individually, typologically, and in historical perspective. The range and breadth of the articles, presenting diverse living mythologies, their histories and relationships to traditions of other cultures such as Germanic and Slavic, all come together to offer a far richer and more developed perspective on Uralic traditions than any one article could do alone.

Style In The Technical And Tectonic Arts Or Practical Aesthetics

Author : Gottfried Semper
ISBN : 0892365978
Genre : Art
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The enduring influence of the architect Gottfried Semper (1803-1879) derives primarily from his monumental theoretical foray Der Stil in der technischen und tektonischen Künsten (1860-62), here translated into English for the first time. A richly illustrated survey of the technical arts (textiles, ceramics, carpentry, masonry), Semper's analysis of the preconditions of style forever changed the interpretative context for aesthetics, architecture, and art history. Style, Semper believed, should be governed by historical function, cultural affinities, creative free will, and the innate properties of each medium. Thus, in an ambitious attempt to turn nineteenth-century artistic discussion away from historicism, aestheticism, and materialism, Semper developed in Der Stil a complex picture of stylistic change based on scrutiny of specific objects and a remarkable grasp of cultural variety. Harry Francis Mallgrave's introductory essay offers an account of Semper's life and work, a survey of Der Stil, and a fresh consideration of Semper's landmark study and its lasting significance.

Pictorial Embroidery In England

Author : Rosika Desnoyers
ISBN : 9781350071766
Genre : Design
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The little-known art of Berlin Work was once the most commonly practiced art form among European women. Pictorial Embroidery in England is the first academic study of both pictorial Berlin Work and its precursor, needlepainting, exploring their cultural status in the 18th and 19th centuries. From enlightenment practices of copying to the development of an industrial aesthetic and the making of the modern amateur, Berlin Work developed as an official knowledge associated with notions of cultural and scientific progress. However, with the advent of the Arts and Crafts movement and modernist aesthetics, Berlin Work was gradually demoted to a craft hobby. Delving into the social, cultural and economic context of English pictorial embroidery, Pictorial Embroidery in England recovers Berlin Work as an art form, and demonstrates how this overlooked practice was once at the centre of cultural life.

The Brain In Search Of Itself

Author : Benjamin Ehrlich
ISBN : 9780374718770
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"Passionate and meticulous . . . [Ehrlich] delivers thought-provoking metaphors, unforgettable scenes and many beautifully worded phrases." —Benjamin Labatut, The New York Times Book Review The first major biography of the Nobel Prize–winning scientist who discovered neurons and transformed our understanding of the human mind—illustrated with his extraordinary anatomical drawings Unless you’re a neuroscientist, Santiago Ramón y Cajal is likely the most important figure in the history of biology you’ve never heard of. Along with Charles Darwin and Louis Pasteur, he ranks among the most brilliant and original biologists of the nineteenth century, and his discoveries have done for our understanding of the human brain what the work of Galileo and Sir Isaac Newton did for our conception of the physical universe. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1906 for his lifelong investigation of the structure of neurons: “The mysterious butterflies of the soul,” Cajal called them, “whose beating of wings may one day reveal to us the secrets of the mind.” And he produced a dazzling oeuvre of anatomical drawings, whose alien beauty grace the pages of medical textbooks and the walls of museums to this day. Benjamin Ehrlich’s The Brain in Search of Itself is the first major biography in English of this singular figure, whose scientific odyssey mirrored the rocky journey of his beloved homeland of Spain into the twentieth century. Born into relative poverty in a mountaintop hamlet, Cajal was an enterprising and unruly child whose ambitions were both nurtured and thwarted by his father, a country doctor with a flinty disposition. A portrait of a nation as well a biography, The Brain in Search of Itself follows Cajal from the hinterlands to Barcelona and Madrid, where he became an illustrious figure—resisting and ultimately transforming the rigid hierarchies and underdeveloped science that surrounded him. To momentous effect, Cajal devised a theory that was as controversial in his own time as it is universal in ours: that the nervous system is comprised of individual cells with distinctive roles, just like any other organ in the body. In one of the greatest scientific rivalries in history, he argued his case against Camillo Golgi and prevailed. In our age of neuro-imaging and investigations into the neural basis of the mind, Cajal is the artistic and scientific forefather we must get to know. The Brain in Search of Itself is at once the story of how the brain as we know it came into being and a finely wrought portrait of an individual as fantastical and complex as the subject to which he devoted his life.

The Tribes And Castes Of The Central Provinces Of India Volume Iii Of Iv

Author : Robert Vane Russell
ISBN : 9781465583031
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The Percy Anecdotes

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ISBN : NYPL:33433074921788
Genre : Anecdotes
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The Saturday Review Of Politics Literature Science And Art

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ISBN : OSU:32435028608800
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The Five Great Monarchies Of The Ancient Eastern World

Author : George Rawlinson
ISBN : UOM:39015036016759
Genre : Assyria
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The Five Great Monarchies Of The Ancient Eastern World Or The History Geography And Antiquites Of Chaldaea Assyria Babylon Media And Persia

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ISBN : HARVARD:HW2RMA
Genre : Assyria
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Symbolic And Mythological Animals

Author : J. C. Cooper
ISBN : IND:30000039955608
Genre : Animals
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This A-Z of symbolic and mythological animals concentrates specifically on the stories associated with birds and beasts from around the world. Entries vary in length depending on the importance of the animal, fowl, insect or fish, with practically every creature having some symbolic or mythological significance. In addition the book examines the fabulous monsters of legend, and there are more general entries such as totems, fetishes, animal guardians and animal worship. The guide concludes with a bibliography.

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