Mollie Makes Weddings

Author: Mollie Makes,
Editor: Collins & Brown
ISBN: 9781909397309
Size: 13,83 MB
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The Mollie Makes team wholeheartedly agree that your wedding day should be the best day of your life. They have chosen over 20 crafty projects to help you personalize your Big Day and ensure it is as unique as you are. Includes ideas for hand-made letterpress stationery, vintage fabric and paper flowers, retro accessories and glamorous yet thrifty decorations. Whether you fancy putting your sewing machine to work or prefer making rubber stamps and setting up your very own invitation production line, there is something for you. Just make sure you have a few willing volunteers on hand to help! Word count: 20,000

How To Sew

Author: Mollie Makes
Editor: Pavilion Books
ISBN: 1911595504
Size: 12,15 MB
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Sewing is the perfect hobby – it’s relaxing, creative and useful! Now the team behind Mollie Makes magazine have brought together all their favourite designers to share their tips, stories and beautiful sewing projects. Featuring 20 fun and stylish makes, this book will appeal to all skill levels, but the step-by-by step instructions and comprehensive techniques section make it perfect for complete beginners – building their confidence from the basics of hand-stitching, through utility and decorative stitching to machine sewing and beyond! Make great gifts like a dapper bear pyjama case or hedgehog sewing set; run up cute wedding favours, a foxy sleep mask or a beautiful make-up brush case; cosy up your home with fruity floor cushions, an easy peasy patchwork quilt or Christmas stockings; or makeover your wardrobe with an on-trend A-line skirt, embellished t-shirt or the picture perfect trapeze sundress. This book has everything to inspire readers to clear their kitchen tables and get sewing!

Western Romance

Author: Nan Ryan
Editor: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1480430501
Size: 14,96 MB
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Three western romance titles by Nan Ryan about an outlaw, a cowgirl, and a determined European princess finding their fortunes in the American West In Outlaw’s Kiss, a young woman joins a gang of rough-riding outlaws. As she begins her career as a renegade, the son of a soldier killed in a long-ago raid searches Mexico for justice. His fevered quest could destroy Cordell’s band of outlaws, but only if he can resist the charms of the sultry young woman who rides like a man. In Written in the Stars, the beautiful star of a Wild West show sets off with the traveling spectacle’s most recent addition: a captured man, raised by the Shoshoni. Together, they embark on a passionate adventure that will change both of their lives forever. And in The Princess Goes West, the heiress of a bankrupt kingdom travels to the New World in search of a fortune. The princess decides to find investors among the gold-rush millionaires of the American West. Instead she finds misery, danger, and a handsome stranger with a temper rough enough to match her own. To make it home, Europe’s toughest princess will have to find her inner cowgirl.

Outlaw S Kiss

Author: Nan Ryan
Editor: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1453282475
Size: 17,92 MB
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With her life in shambles, a young woman joins a gang of rough-riding outlaws When the ambush of a gold shipment for the army ends with the death of a Union soldier, Cordell Rogers and his ex-Confederate raiding party flee to Mexico. Cordell brings his wife and daughter, Mollie, but scarlet fever leaves him a widower, and young Mollie must grow up among his ragtag band of bandits. On her eighteenth birthday, Mollie makes a decision. She leaps on her horse, straps on a pistol, and prepares to become an outlaw. As Mollie begins her career as a renegade, the son of the soldier killed in the long-ago raid searches Mexico for justice. His fevered quest could destroy Cordell’s band of outlaws, but only if he can resist the charms of the sultry young woman who rides like a man.

Haunted Memphis

Author: Laura Cunningham
Editor: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625842686
Size: 16,57 MB
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“Spine-tingling ghost stories . . . Thrilling tales of the Bluff City’s past” (Memphis Reads). Much like its muddy riverbanks, the mid-South is flooded with tales of shadowy spirits lurking among us. Beyond the rhythm of the blues and tapping of blue suede shoes is a history steeped in horror. From the restless souls of Elmwood Cemetery to the voodoo vices of Beale Street, phantom hymns of the Orpheum Theatre and Civil War soldiers still looking for a fight, peer beyond the shadows of the city’s most historic sites. Author and lifelong resident Laura Cunningham expertly blends fright with history and presents the ghostly legends from Beale to Bartlett, Germantown to Collierville, in this one-of-a-kind volume no resident or visitor should be without. Includes photos! “There are plenty of places in Memphis to go where the spirits aren’t in costume or getting paid to make you scream. Laura Cunningham reveals all the terrifying details in her new book Haunted Memphis.” —WREG.com

Living In Families

Author: Mollie Stevens Smart
Editor:
ISBN:
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Home And Beyond

Author: Morris Allen Grubbs
Editor: University Press of Kentucky
ISBN: 0813143934
Size: 16,89 MB
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With an introduction by Wade Hall Morris Grubbs has sifted through vintage classics, little-known gems, and stunning debuts to assemble this collection of forty stories by popular and critically acclaimed writers. In subtle and profound ways they challenge and overturn accepted stereotypes about the land their authors call home, whether by birth or by choice. Kentucky writers have produced some of the finest short stories published in the last fifty years, much of which focuses on the tension between the comforts of community and the siren-like lure of the outside world. Arranged chronologically, from Robert Penn Warren's "Blackberry Winter" to Crystal E. Wilkinson's "Humming Back Yesterday," these stories are linked by their juxtaposition of departures and returns, the familiar and the unknown, home and beyond.

Paperie

Author: Kirsty Neale
Editor: F+W Media, Inc.
ISBN: 1446364461
Size: 10,58 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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A fresh, fun and contemporary book of 100 DIY paper projects with a modern, quirky twist! Paperie features a myriad of innovative ideas and easy-to-master papercraft techniques including clever ideas for unique stationery, home decor, cute paper jewellery, inspiring wedding ideas, upcycled gifts and one-of-a-kind accessories. Each of the techniques are accompanied by simple step-by-step instructions and diagrams – techniques include origami, stamping, stencilling, embossing, transfers, stitching on paper, collage, papercutting, decoupage, screen printing and papier mache. For those who can't wait to get started the tear-out pages at the back of the book offer stunning patterned papers and templates that you can use to create some of the projects right away! Here are some of the fab projects you can make: stationery items - envelopes, gift wrap, calendars and business cards, or stuff for parties - banners, garlands, badges, crackers and hats, puppets, or decor for the home - wall art, lighting, bowls, storage, vases, maps and birdhouses, even accessories - shoes, necklaces, spectacles and cufflinks, for weddings - pinatas, confetti, flowers and favors, or for those special gifts - mobiles, kites, pomanders, picture frames... and much, much more!

Readers Guide To Periodical Literature

Author: Anna Lorraine Guthrie
Editor:
ISBN:
Size: 20,47 MB
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An author subject index to selected general interest periodicals of reference value in libraries.

A High Meadow

Author: John B. Keane
Editor: Mercier Pr Ltd
ISBN:
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Format: PDF
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A novel depicting the turbulent relationships in a small rural community.