How Tea Cosies Changed The World

Author: Loani Prior
Editor: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 174336217X
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Be drawn into a world of creative passion with the vibrant designs featured in How Tea Cosies Changed the World, Loani Prior's follow-up to REALLY Wild Tea Cosies. Loani's outrageous imagination has produced 24 new designs that transform the conventional tea cosy into a knitted piece of art. It's not just about tea cosies though: use the easy-to-follow instructions and try your hand at Loani's knitted purse, or expand your skills with the double-knitted scarf. Full of humour, flair and creativity, How Tea Cosies Changed the World will delight and inspire you.

Pretty Funny Tea Cosies

Author: Loani Prior
Editor: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 174343782X
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Loani Prior, tea cosy knitter extraordinaire, is back with more of her fabulously outrageous creations. Pretty Funny Tea Cosies contains 25 knitted cosies and pretty things, with the focus on the pretty: flowers, leaves, fruit, loopy stitches and beautifully knitted and woven fabric. Including basic stitches, techniques and patterns, Pretty Funny Tea Cosies is a must-have for knitters and crafters and anyone who has ever wanted to have a Tibetan Tea Warrior tea cosy.

The Mammoth Book Of Tasteless And Outrageous Lists

Author: Karl Shaw
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 147211745X
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Prepare to be even more revolted, flabbergasted, appalled and entertained by this incredible follow-up collection of bizarre but absolutely true trivia. Nothing is too distasteful for this astonishing compendium, including scores of eclectic lists to amuse, astonish and appal your friends. Entries include: 10 Road-kill Recipes History’s 10 Most Murderous Regimes 10 Historic Sex Toys 10 People who Married Their Nieces 10 Deaths by Sex 10 People Killed by Falling Animals 10 Ancient Remedies Containing Body Parts 10 Flatalogical Facts 8 Most Violent National Anthems 15 Premature Obituaries 10 Unusual Royal Deaths 10 Cruel and Unusual Punishments 10 Notable Executions 12 Elizabethan Insults

Uncle John S Canoramic Bathroom Reader

Author: Bathroom Readers' Institute
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1626861811
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Uncle John’s 27th Bathroom Reader is all new and better than ever! Weighing in at a whopping 544 pages, Uncle John’s Canoramic Bathroom Reader presents a wide-angle view of the world around us. It’s overflowing with everything that BRI fans have come to expect from this bestselling trivia series: fascinating history, silly science, obscure origins…plus fads, blunders, wordplay, quotes, and a few surprises (such as some of the “creative” methods people have used to pay off their alimony). And yes, Uncle John’s latest masterpiece is guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your can! So hang on tight as you read about… • Hairy superstitions • Animals who act like people • The Mother of the Father of our Country • Really BIG Things • Eugene Vidocq—the world’s first private eye • Bill Gates and his “Toilet Challenge” • Unclassified: The story of the Freedom of Information Act • How to behave like a gentleman…16th century style • Great Gushers: The world’s most incredible oil strikes • Who’s the Suzette in Crepe Suzette? • Happy Sewerage Day! And much, much more!

Tea

Author: John Charles Griffiths
Editor: Andre Deutsch Limited
ISBN:
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A study of the phenomenon as well as the commodity, this is a comprehensive survey of the drink that is imbibed daily by more than half the population of the world. After water, tea is the second most-consumed drink in the world. Almost every corner of the globe is addressed in this comprehensive look at 4,500 years of tea history. Tea has affected international relations, exposed divisions of class and race, shaped the ethics of business, and even led to significant advances in medicine. Thoroughly researched and captivating, this is a unique study of the little green leaf.

The Rosemary Mcleod Craft Series Tea Cosies

Author: Rosemary McLeod
Editor: Penguin Random House New Zealand Limited
ISBN: 1775534146
File Size: 77,53 MB
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How to make amazing tea cosies, all instructions included. Taken from Rosemary McLeod's amazing book With Bold Needle & Thread: Adventures in Vintage Needlecraft, the eight patterns in this ebook come from women' s magazines of the 1930s to 1950s, recreated with a modern twist. Rosemary McLeod, bestselling author and expert on textile crafts, has written easy to follow patterns that will inspire and delight. This book is part of the five-part The Rosemary McLeod Craft Series,which offers projects for bags, tea cosies, cushions and adornments.

Canada Knits

Author: Shirley A. Scott
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This book describes the history of knitting in Canada, including clothing styles, types of wool and where they are produced, as well as individuals and groups whose contributions to the culture of knitting in Canada were significant. Newfoundland and Labrador figure prominently throughout the work, with particular mention of NONIA (Newfoundland Outport Nursing and Industrial Association) and the knitters for the Grenfell Missions of Labrador.

Living In Dangerous Times

Author: David Denney
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1405191767
File Size: 45,71 MB
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Through a series of essays by leading social public policy experts,Living in Dangerous Times analyzes the impact of fear on thedevelopment of social policy in the UK in the post 9-11 - and 7/11- world. Incorporates an approach that pushes back traditional views ofwhat the study of social policy should be about Features essays by leading scholars that combine originaltheories with empirical data Analyzes the complexities of policy development and governancein a world suffused with fear and uncertainty Addresses critical contemporary questions for policy makersand policy analysts

World In A Grain Of Sand

Author: Erica Linton
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The World Of William Clissold

Author: Herbert George Wells
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Country Life

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Young England

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Kottabos

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A Gazetteer Of Delhi 1912

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Haryana District Gazetteers Rohtak District Gazetteer 1883 84

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Haryana District Gazetteers Delhi District Gazetteer 1912

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Puja Annual

Author: Amrita Bazar Patrika
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Salvador Dali

Author: Meryle Secrest
Editor: Dutton Adult
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File Size: 59,90 MB
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Salvador Dalí: mad genius or cunning manipulator? That question has haunted Dalí's career. Ever since he burst upon the scene in the 1920s with his astounding draughtsmanship and surrealistic vision he has been both admired and reviled. Meryle Secrest goes behind the carefully maintained façade to reveal many hitherto unknown details of Dalí's troubled childhood, suggesting that the artist's early works are actually autobiographical to a much greater extent than has been thought. Her study examines Dalí's childhood to find the origins of his later behavior and the reason for his frantic attempts to assert his individuality. Dalí's emotional crises, his successes and failures in Europe and America, his careers as artist, designer and showman, are vividly and compelling described, as is his mysterious near-death in a 1984 fire and his final years as prisoner of his own self-made persona. -- From publisher's description.

The Bermudian

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Vanity Fair

Author: T.G. Bowles
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