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by Alex D'Amato,Janet D'Amato

eBook African Crafts for You to Make ePub
Author: Alex D'Amato,Janet D'Amato
Language: English
ISBN: 0671321293
ISBN13: 978-0671321291
Publisher: HarperCollins Distribution Services; First Edition edition (November 1969)
Pages: 65
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Subcategory: Crafts
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 327
Formats: doc rtf mobi lrf
ePub file: 1555 kb
Fb2 file: 1251 kb

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directly into a fabric), straw marquetry (a mosaic-like craft done with tiny pieces of straw), wood carving and quillwork.

Read Italian Crafts, by Alex D'Amato, Janet D'Amato online on Bookmate – The folk artists of Italy have created some of the most beautiful crafts in the world: laces, mosaics, leatherwork, quilting . directly into a fabric), straw marquetry (a mosaic-like craft done with tiny pieces of straw), wood carving and quillwork. They explain each craft as it was originally practiced, then adapt it to make contemporary craft pieces. The projects include an embroidered full length apron, a bobbin lace wall hanging, a straw marquetry box, jewelry, and many more.

In this vintage book, originally published in 1977, Janet and Alex D'Amato explore these traditional Italian crafts as well as.

In this vintage book, originally published in 1977, Janet and Alex D'Amato explore these traditional Italian crafts as well as others not so well known, such as tambour (a kind of crocheting worked directly into a fabric), straw marquetry (a mosaic-like craft done with tiny pieces of straw), wood carving and quillwork. The projects include an embroidered full length apron, a bobbin lace wall hanging, a straw marquetry box, jewelry, and many more

by Janet D'Amato, Alex D'Amato.

by Janet D'Amato, Alex D'Amato. In this vintage book, originally published in 1977, Janet and Alex D’Amato explore these traditional Italian crafts as well as others not so well known, such as tambour (a kind of crocheting worked directly into a fabric), straw marquetry (a mosaic-like craft done with tiny pieces of straw), wood carving and quillwork.

Amato has drawn upon his experience covering science and technology topics for Science News and Science to write this history of materials science

Amato has drawn upon his experience covering science and technology topics for Science News and Science to write this history of materials science. artificial diamonds made out of peanut butter) are being developed by design.

Instructions for making replicas of household items, houses, musical instruments, ceremonial objects, clothing, and personal effects of various African tribes. Select Format: Hardcover. Select Condition: Like New.

It makes as much sense as fabricating an African ritual object, no more sense than calling African art ""crafts The directions for making models of African dwellings might have been useful for dioramas if the rest weren't less than useless - really detrimental.

It makes as much sense as fabricating an African ritual object, no more sense than calling African art ""crafts. Even more difficult would be trying to reproduce his masterworks like the Benin leopard - without his skill. The directions for making models of African dwellings might have been useful for dioramas if the rest weren't less than useless - really detrimental.

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Instructions for making replicas of household items, houses, musical instruments, ceremonial objects, clothing, and personal effects of various African tribes. Includes a brief explanation of the origin, use, and significance of each object.
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