Small Endearments

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ISBN: 1558533133
Release Date: 1994
Number of pages: 209
Author: Sandi Fox
Publisher: Thomas Nelson

Download and read online Small Endearments in PDF and EPUB Examining the craft behind quilt-making and its part in history, a former Collection Curator of Quilts at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art details the sources of quilt images in literature, social causes, the Bible, and more. Original. IP.

Clues in the Calico

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ISBN: 9781571209184
Release Date: 2009-11-17
Number of pages: 200
Author: Barbara Brackman
Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc

Download and read online Clues in the Calico in PDF and EPUB In Clues in the Calico Barbara Brackman unveils a much-needed system for dating America's heirloom quilts. She tells how, by collecting and observing quilts and finally analyzing her computer file on close to 900 date-inscribed specimens, she arrived at the system. And through this telling she also imparts a colorful, stunningly illustrated history of quiltmaking along with a good bit of entertaining social history and the newest findings in textile research.

Quilts Sold

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ISBN: 1455610798
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Author: Prochnow, Dave
Publisher: Pelican Publishing

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The Twilight Lord

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ISBN: 9781426800931
Release Date: 2007-05-01
Number of pages: 384
Author: Bertrice Small
Publisher: HQN Books

Download and read online The Twilight Lord in PDF and EPUB Lara, Domina of Terah, has mysteriously disappeared while visiting the New Outlands. The Dominus is frantic to find his beloved wife, but when no trace of her can be discovered, Magnus Hauk turns to two strong allies—Prince Kaliq of the Shadows and his mother-in-law, Ilona, the most powerful of the faerie queens. Who has stolen Lara? And why? In the Dark Lands, Kol, the Twilight Lord, revels in his victory. The faerie woman Lara is now his possession, and her powers will soon help him to conquer first Hetar and then Terah. But the Emperor of Hetar is hatching schemes of his own—having learned of Lara's disappearance he believes Terah is now vulnerable, and plans to go to war against Magnus Hauk.

American Studies

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ISBN: 0521365597
Release Date: 1990-05-25
Number of pages: 1085
Author: Jack Salzman
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online American Studies in PDF and EPUB This volume supplements the acclaimed three volume set published in 1986 and consists of an annotated listing of American Studies monographs published between 1984 and 1988. There are more than 6,000 descriptive entries in a wide range of categories: anthropology and folklore, art and architecture, history, literature, music, political science, popular culture, psychology, religion, science and technology, and sociology.

Small Change

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ISBN: 9781440649769
Release Date: 2004-09-09
Number of pages: 288
Author: Larry Terkel
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Small Change in PDF and EPUB It's the little things in life that make a big difference! Replace a soft drink with water at just one meal-say, lunch. Over the course of a year, you will drink approximately forty gallons more water, avoid consuming up to 50,000 calories, and save as much as $500. Indeed, just as the stray coins you toss into a jar each evening gradually build into an amount you can use to actually purchase something sub-stantial, small changes-of any kind-can really add up! In Small Change, husband-and-wife writing team Susan and Larry Terkel offer readers a gentle yet powerful program for making significant changes in their lives based on three simple principles: - Small changes are easier than big makeovers. (Each week add just one private dinner with your mate to your schedule and see your relationship improve by leaps and bounds.) - Small changes add up to big benefits over time. (Smile just a little each day and, over time, watch your stress levels decrease, your immune system grow stronger, and your relationships prosper.) - Small changes are more consistent with human nature and evolution. (After all, in the end, the tortoise did beat the hare.) With an emphasis on daily habits, and some simple recipes for improving them, this wise little book outlines a fresh perspective on the timeless quest for sustainable self-improvement and a (relatively painless!) pathway to a better you.

Antique Trader Antiques And Collectibles Price Guide

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ISBN: 9781440216558
Release Date: 2010-09-15
Number of pages: 816
Author: Dan Brownell
Publisher: Krause Publications

Download and read online Antique Trader Antiques And Collectibles Price Guide in PDF and EPUB America's #1 Selling Price Guide For more than 25 years, Antique Trader Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide has been the most trusted source for antiques and collectibles identification and values. Whether you're a collector, dealer, auctioneer, appraiser, estate sale liquidator, or insurance adjuster, you'll find this the handiest guide on your shelf. More than 4,500 Color Photos for Easy Identification Plus marks, detailed descriptions, and current prices for hundreds of categories and thousands of listings! Bonus insider information Expert advice on buying and selling Definitions of key antiques terms Tips about auctions, shows, and estate sales Features 15 category market reports: Asian Baseball Ceramics Coca-Cola Comics Furniture Glass Jewelry Modernism Native American Petroliana Records Silverware U.S. Coins World War II

Lively Little Folk Art Quilts

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ISBN: 9781607054634
Release Date: 2006-06-01
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Author: Gwen Marston
Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc

Download and read online Lively Little Folk Art Quilts in PDF and EPUB Gwen is back with a treasure trove of sweet little pieced and appliqued quilts."

The Man Within

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ISBN: 9781409020370
Release Date: 2011-11-17
Number of pages: 224
Author: Graham Greene
Publisher: Random House

Download and read online The Man Within in PDF and EPUB The Man Within tells the story of Andrews, a young man who has betrayed his fellow smugglers and fears their vengeance. Fleeing from them, with no hope of pity or salvation, he takes refuge in the house of a young woman, also alone in the world. She persuades him to give evidence against his accomplices in court, but neither she nor Andrews is aware that to both criminals and authority treachery is as great a crime as smuggling.

American Doll Quilts

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ISBN: 9781604686333
Release Date: 2004-12-14
Number of pages: 80
Author: Kathleen Tracy
Publisher: Martingale

Download and read online American Doll Quilts in PDF and EPUB Capture a piece of the past for a special child--or for the child within! From teaching first-time sewing skills to giving gifts to last a lifetime, you can celebrate a sweet, centuries-old American tradition by re-creating antique doll quilts. Create 16 designs representing doll quilts made during different periods in American history, including the Civil War and Victorian eras Choose from a medallion quilt, a friendship pillow, and other simple projects in sizes up to 19" x 25" Discover the unique traits of each historical period, plus how to fashion an authentic antique look with reproduction fabrics Re-create a tiny tradition in American quiltmaking!

Wisconsin Quilts

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ISBN: 9781440223549
Release Date: 2008-05-30
Number of pages: 208
Author: Ellen Kort
Publisher: Krause Publications

Download and read online Wisconsin Quilts in PDF and EPUB Provides a new "state" quilt books to add to your collection, while you enjoy the projects and historical inspiration it provides Only book to cover quilts documented by the Wisconsin Quilt History Project - part of a nationwide effort to preserve quilting Storytelling - is as old as humanity, and quilting is among the most prolific mediums. Wisconsin Quilts brings readers 100 antique quilts stitched by immigrants between the 1800s and the mid-20th century, through times of war, economic development and depression, with continued perseverance. You will learn about the history of the day, and gain information about 10 of the quilt blocks used to create each the various quilts featured.

5 Simple Steps to Take Your Marriage from Good to Great

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ISBN: 9781632990570
Release Date: 2015-10-27
Number of pages: 254
Author: Terri L. Orbuch
Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group

Download and read online 5 Simple Steps to Take Your Marriage from Good to Great in PDF and EPUB Contrary to what you’ve been told, keeping a marriage successful does NOT take hard work! All it takes is making a few small changes over time. If you’re feeling your good marriage is starting to show a little wear, zero in on those imperfections, right?WRONG! Focus on what’s going well! Enhance the good aspects of your marriage and build on the solid foundation you already have. Dr. Orbuch debunks many common marriage myths and you’ll find out who needs more compliments—men or women. Who falls in love faster—women or men? With engaging quizzes and checklists; easy-to-use tips; and new takeaways on compatibility, fighting fair, and relationship ruts, 5 Simple Steps to Take Your Marriage from Good to Great will give you perfect ways to say “I love you” and show you how to reignite the passion in your relationship. You’ll find out why it’s okay to go to bed mad and why you don’t want to engage in kitchen sinking! The advice in this smart, entertaining book will help you put the excitement back in your marriage in no time, and you’ll be amazed at how easy it will be. ​5 Simple Steps to Take Your Marriage from Good to Great is based on the findings of a groundbreaking study directed by Dr. Orbuch, and funded by the National Institutes of Health. The study—of the same 373 married couples—began in 1986 and continues today. Dr. Orbuch is a professor, a renowned therapist, and a nationally recognized relationship expert known as The Love Doctor®.

Lurid Cute

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ISBN: 9781448114016
Release Date: 2015-01-29
Number of pages: 368
Author: Adam Thirlwell
Publisher: Random House

Download and read online Lurid Cute in PDF and EPUB 'I had this vision very clearly of a book in which I would record my total experience, and I knew how it should sound: with all the tones that no one ever admires, – the Gruesome, Tender, Needy, Sleazy, Boring, the Lurid and the Cute.’ In this way the hero of Adam Thirlwell’s new novel describes the book you hold between your hands: a delirious tale of backchat and low tricks, all of which begin when our hero wakes beside a woman who is bleeding, unconscious and not, unfortunately, his wife... And then, of course, events get very much worse. SHORTLISTED FOR THE GOLDSMITHS PRIZE 2015 WINNER OF THE E.M. FORSTER AWARD 2015

Shobha Priya

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Release Date: 2017-01-27
Number of pages: 383
Author: Praveen Kumar
Publisher: AUTHOR

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A Stitch in Time

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ISBN: 9780821444757
Release Date: 2014-03-15
Number of pages: 312
Author: Aimee E. Newell
Publisher: Ohio University Press

Download and read online A Stitch in Time in PDF and EPUB Drawing from 167 examples of decorative needlework — primarily samplers and quilts from 114 collections across the United States — made by individual women aged forty years and over between 1820 and 1860, this exquisitely illustrated book explores how women experienced social and cultural change in antebellum America. The book is filled with individual examples, stories, and over eighty fine color photographs that illuminate the role that samplers and needlework played in the culture of the time. For example, in October 1852, Amy Fiske (1785 – 1859) of Sturbridge, Massachusetts, stitched a sampler. But she was not a schoolgirl making a sampler to learn her letters. Instead, as she explained, “The above is what I have taken from my sampler that I wrought when I was nine years old. It was w[rough]t on fine cloth [and] it tattered to pieces. My age at this time is 66 years.” Situated at the intersection of women’s history, material culture study, and the history of aging, this book brings together objects, diaries, letters, portraits, and prescriptive literature to consider how middle-class American women experienced the aging process. Chapters explore the physical and mental effects of “old age” on antebellum women and their needlework, technological developments related to needlework during the antebellum period and the tensions that arose from the increased mechanization of textile production, and how gift needlework functioned among friends and family members. Far from being solely decorative ornaments or functional household textiles, these samplers and quilts served their own ends. They offered aging women a means of coping, of sharing and of expressing themselves. These “threads of time” provide a valuable and revealing source for the lives of mature antebellum women. Publication of this book was made possible in part through generous funding from the Coby Foundation, Ltd and from the Quilters Guild of Dallas, Helena Hibbs Endowment Fund.