Simply Serging

Author: Charlene Phillips
Editor: Krause Publications
ISBN: 9781440230219
Size: 20,36 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Learn to Serge, One Project at a Time! Using a serger may seem intimidating, but no more! Simply Serging guides you step-by-step through the ins and outs of mastering your overlock machine. Its 25 fast and useful projects, perfect for any skill level, will have you coming back to your serger again and again. Look inside to find: 25 "no fear" serging projects. Great serging techniques, tricks, and hints. Video links that help you master the basics, like how to thread your serger. A complete guide to the terminology, mechanics and endless possibilities of your overlock machine.

Successful Serging

Author: Beth Baumgartel
Editor: Creative Publishing International
ISBN: 1589234618
Size: 11,19 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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"Successful Serging" is a practical, at-your-fingertips reference guide that contains hundreds of techniques and tips for getting the most out of your serger.

The Ultimate Serger Answer Guide

Author: Naomi Baker
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 144023048X
Size: 15,88 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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THE user-friendly reference essential for any current or prospective serger owner: • Practical, easy solutions for any problem with any serger, no matter what the brand, model, or vintage. • Expert-savvy, timesaving tips on serger threading, needles, threads, feet, upkeep, and much more. • Comprehensive strategies that help answer "Which serger should I buy?"

Blouses Shirts Tops

Author: Laurie Pat McWilliams
Editor: Sterling Pub Co Inc
ISBN: 9780806961682
Size: 10,86 MB
Format: PDF
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The helpful tips, full-color photographs, and illustrations throughout these pages highlight the quickest, easiest methods of garment- and home-decorating construction. Take the guesswork out of working with commercial patterns by following "Laurie's Tips". Learn to attach collars to shirt-type openings, create keyhole neckline, line patch pockets, make mock flat-fell seams, set-in sleeves, and more.

Searching

Author: Merrelyn Emery
Editor: John Benjamins Publishing
ISBN: 9027299420
Size: 16,69 MB
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Searching explains how to make the fundamental cultural change required for a desirable sustainable future. It describes the ‘two-stage model’ of open-systems social science in action and covers two major methods: the Search Conference for strategic planning and community development; and the Participative Design Workshop for the genotypical design and redesign of organizational structures. The result of nearly 50 years of integrated conceptual and practical development, Searching shows that by replacing 200 years of mechanistic assumptions with concepts and principles which accurately capture human and social realities, these methods generate intrinsic motivation and release human potentials for change. Starting with the building blocks of this internally consistent theoretical framework, Part I explains the interrelations and shows how the power of the methods for achieving this cultural change is generated. Part II of the book describes the methods and illustrates their flexibility by discussing some of their most common variations.

Searching For God

Author: Francis L. Gross
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9781556122743
Size: 15,81 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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A practical book for making good second starters in prayer, morality, choice of church, and questions of religious content, Searching for God is more concerned with choosing a good church than it is in finding the one, true church. It presents prayer as the beginning of contact with God and love as the foundation of morality.

Operational Costs In Acquisitions

Author: James R. Coffey
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1000758907
Size: 12,74 MB
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This book, first published in 1991, examines the actual costs of operating an acquisitions department. Acquisitions and business librarians have written eight highly practical chapters that will allow you to see beyond the obvious materials budget to the hidden but often enormous internal expenditures involved in the daily operation of your acquisitions department. These experts discuss the costs involved in pre-order searching; managing exceptions to the work flow; implementing an integrated online system; automating serials acquisitions; supporting personnel: interviewing and hiring, training, performance, mistakes, absenteeism, staff development; performing public relations / extra services requested by faculty and patrons; organizing payment operations; and processing invoices. Each chapter, in addition to identifying the costs, illustrates what happens to make costs expand and proposes suggestions for controlling the costs.

Zen The Art Of Enlightenment

Author: Osho
Editor: Diamond Pocket Books (P) Ltd.
ISBN: 9788171823987
Size: 10,42 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Wiki Government

Author: Beth Simone Noveck
Editor: Brookings Institution Press
ISBN: 9780815703464
Size: 18,21 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Collaborative democracy—government with the people—is a new vision of governance in the digital age. Wiki Government explains how to translate the vision into reality. Beth Simone Noveck draws on her experience in creating Peer-to-Patent, the federal government's first social networking initiative, to show how technology can connect the expertise of the many to the power of the few. In the process, she reveals what it takes to innovate in government. Launched in 2007, Peer-to-Patent connects patent examiners to volunteer scientists and technologists via the web. These dedicated but overtaxed officials decide which of the million-plus patent applications currently in the pipeline to approve. Their decisions help determine which start-up pioneers a new industry and which disappears without a trace. Patent examiners have traditionally worked in secret, cut off from essential information and racing against the clock to rule on lengthy, technical claims. Peer-to-Patent broke this mold by creating online networks of self-selecting citizen experts and channeling their knowledge and enthusiasm into forms that patent examiners can easily use. Peer-to-Patent shows how policymakers can improve decisionmaking by harnessing networks to public institutions. By encouraging, coordinating, and structuring citizen participation, technology can make government both more open and more effective at solving today's complex social and economic problems. Wiki Government describes how this model can be applied in a wide variety of settings and offers a fundamental rethinking of effective governance and democratic legitimacy for the twenty-first century.

Infographics For Dummies

Author: Justin Beegel, MBA
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118792270
Size: 18,81 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Create stunning infographics with this hands-on guide Infographics For Dummies is a comprehensive guide to creating data visualization with viral appeal. Written by the founder of Infographic World, a New York City based infographic agency, and his top designers, the book focuses on the how-to of data, design, and distribution to create stunning, shareable infographics. Step-by-step instruction allows you to handle data like a pro, while creating eye-catching graphics with programs like Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. The book walks you through the different types of infographics, explaining why they're so effective, and when they're appropriate. Ninety percent of the information transmitted to your brain is visual, so it's important to tickle the optic nerves to get people excited about your data. Infographics do just that. Much more exciting than a spreadsheet, infographics can add humor, interest, and flash while imparting real information. Putting your data in graphic form makes it more likely to be shared via Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and other social media sites, and the visual interest makes it less likely to be ignored. Infographics For Dummies provides a tried-and-true method for creating infographics that tell a story and get people excited. Topics include: Talking to clients about the data Discovering trends, outliers, and patterns Designing with mood boards and wireframes Launching and promoting your infographic The book, written by Justin Beegel, MBA, founder of Infographic World, Inc., describes the elements of a successful infographic, and stresses the must-have ingredients that get your data noticed. Humans are visual creatures, telling stories in a visual way. In today's world filled with data and messaging, an infographic is one of the best ways to get your point across.