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Polymer Clay and Mixed Media-- Together at Last

by Christi Friesen

Mixed media brings lots of new possibilities to polymer clay crafting.

 

Polymer Clay and Mixed Media—Together at Last is about making polymer clay figures—jewelry pieces, focal beads, décor items, knick-knacks—and...


Trout Fishing in the Pacific Northwest

by John van Vliet & Gary Lewis

The best book for North America's best trout region

 

The Pacific Northwest is a hotbed of freshwater angling activity with approximately 50% of the resident population wetting a line each year. This is also...


Big Book of Bass

by Steve Hauge

The bible of bass fishing

 

Ounce for ounce, no North American gamefish offers more excitement for anglers than bass. Any angler who has landed a feisty, ferocious two-pounder after 30 minutes of play remains...


Singer Upholstery Basics Plus

by Steve Cone

The most comprehensive, user-friendly upholstery book on the market just got better!

Over its lifetime, SINGER Upholstery Basics has sold nearly 150,000 copies. Now, with five new projects and an entirely fresh...


Fabric Art Workshop

by Susan Stein

A comprehensive source of all the newest and most popular fiber art techniques!

This technique-driven book explores a wide range of new possibilities and materials available to fabric and journal artists. Each...


Dog Training

by Jason Smith

There is nothing more pleasing to an avid bird hunter than to watch a well-trained sporting dog do what it was bred to do: hunt. Likewise, there is nothing more pleasing to a pet owner than to watch their well-trained...


BabyKnits Hats & Booties

by Edie Eckman & Bonnie Franz

Irresistibly cute baby hats with matching booties, in styles today's knitters will love.

BabyKnits Hats & Booties presents fifteen matching sets - thirty projects - to warm little heads and tootsies. Such sets...


Fishing Tips & Tricks

by C. Boyd Pfeiffer

Catch more and bigger fish

 

More than 50 million freshwater anglers and 22 million saltwater anglers in North America are all looking for ways to tip the odds in their favor for catching their favorite fish...


The Complete Photo Guide to Slipcovers

by Linda Neubauer

Step-by-step, fully photographed projects for all styles of furniture slipcovers, from the simple wrap to a custom-fitted cover.

The Complete Photo Guide to Slipcovers is a step-by-step guide to sewing decorator...


Complete Guide to Hunting

by Gary Lewis

Make the most of your time in the field

Whether heading into the field after a favorite game animal or pursuing a species for the first time, hunters want as much information as possible to make the hunt successful....


Lionel FasTrack Model Railroads: The Easy Way to Build a Realistic Lionel Layout

by Robert Schleicher

As model railroaders began demanding ever-greater realism, Lionel responded in 2004 with its FasTrack system featuring an integrated roadbed, scale-sized ties, and a less-obvious center rail. Veteran hobby author...


How to Raise Sheep

by Philip Hasheider

Fluffy white sheep dotting green fields have been a part of the American landscape for centuries. And these days, this picture is more and more often a part of the small farms that have always been at the heart...


How to Raise Poultry

by Christine Heinrichs

Prized for their feathers or eggs, raised for their meat or their beauty or simply for fun, poultry of a dazzling array of sorts and sizes have a place in the heart of farmers, ranchers, and bird fanciers alike. If...


Knitting Art

by Karen Searle

As some knitters craft mittens and sweaters, others find themselves taking flight into the realm of art. Some become true fiber artists, creating exhibition-quality quilts and sweaters and shawls, yarn mobiles...


Dodgers Past & Present

by Steven Travers

From their origins as the Brooklyn Atlantics in 1884, through their departure from their beloved borough in 1957, to their record-breaking popularity in sunny Los Angeles, the Dodgers baseball team has been...


Winning: The Racing Life of Paul Newman

by Matt Stone & Preston Lerner

Winner of International Automotive Media Gold Award 2010 For all his fame as one of Hollywood's great actors, a world-class humanitarian, and the proprietor of a natural food empire, the late Paul Newman had...


Simple Gifts

by Worick

Heartfelt + handmade = the perfect gift. In Simple Gifts, Jennifer Worick offers step-by-step instructions for creating easy and inspired handmade gifts that won’t break the bank. Learn how to stitch a wine...


John Deere New Generation and Generation II Tractors

by John Dietz

In the 1960s and 1970s, John Deere’s tractors evolved dramatically from small machines into large, powerful tractors with modern advances and muscular engines; it was a period of the greatest changes since...


Building Chris-Craft

by Anthony S. Mollica & Christopher J. Smith

For more than half a century, Chris-Craft reigned supreme in the world of motorboating. This market dominance was due in no small part to the design and construction techniques employed in the company’s studios...


Yankee Classics

by Les Krantz & Whitey Ford

No team, in any sport, enjoys a championship legacy as celebrated as the New York Yankees—and no book provides as thorough an exploration of that legacy as Yankee Classics. With year-by-year recaps filled...