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Woodcarving

Author : Mike Davies
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Outlines woodcarving techniques using five numbered chisels and other hand tools, and offers patterns and instructions for a series of increasingly difficult projects

The Book of Wood Carving

Author : Charles Marshall Sayers
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In clear, straightforward language, Sayers carefully guides the reader through the fundamentals—what tools and materials to use and how to use them. Still the finest book for the beginning student in wood sculpture.

Woodcarving Designs Materials Techniques

Author : Walter Sack
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Floral Wood Carving

Author : Mack Sutter
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Includes how-to information.

Practical Wood Carving How To Use The Tools And Make The Designs

Author : Edward Hobs
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Originally published in early 1900s. The illustrated contents include: Materials – Tools and Equipment – Care and Use of Tools – First Steps in Wood Carving – Chip Carving – Incised Work – Relief Carving – Pierced and Laminated Work – Wood Sculpture and Knife Work – Preparation of Designs etc. Many of the earliest hobby and craft books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. Home Farm Books are republishing many of these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

Indigenous Tourism

Author : Michelle Aicken
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In a world characterized by an encroaching homogeneity induced by the growth of multi-national corporations and globalization, the causes of difference accrue new levels of importance. This is as true of tourism as in many other spheres of life – and one cause of differentiation for tourism promotion is the culture of Indigenous Peoples. This offers opportunities for cultural renaissance, income generation and enhanced political empowerment, but equally there are possible costs of creating commodities out of aspects of life that previously possessed spiritual meaning. This book examines these issues from many different perspectives; from those of product design and enhancement; of the aspirations of various minority groupings; and the patterns of displacements that occur – displacements that are not simply spatial but also social and cultural. How can these changes be managed? Case studies and analysis is offered, derived from many parts of the globe including North America, Asia and Australasia. The contributors themselves have, in many instances, worked closely with groups and organizations of Indigenous Peoples and attempt to give voice to their concerns. The book is divided into various themes, each with a separate introduction and commentary. The themes are Visitor Experiences, Who manages Indigenous Cultural Tourism Product, Events and Artifacts, Conceptualisation and Aspiration. In a short final section the silences are noted – each silence representing a potential challenge for future research to build upon the notions and lessons reported in the book. The book is edited by Professor Chris Ryan from New Zealand, and Michelle Aicken of Horwath Asia Pacific.

American Patchwork Designs in Needlepoint

Author : Melanie Tacon
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"...beautifully put together, featuring easy-to-stitch projects outstanding in both color and form....Tacon...includes 43 designs, many for small pieces like pin cushions, glasses cases, needlecases, sachets, and greeting card insets....these projects could be adapted to other textile crafts such as cross-stitch, tapestry weaving, and tapestry crochet. Recommended for public libraries."--Library Journal. "In one of the more innovative needlework books lately, Tacon creates new looks with American patchwork patterns, using color, more geometric shapes, and unusual combinations..."--Booklist.

American Woodworker

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American Woodworker magazine, A New Track Media publication, has been the premier publication for woodworkers all across America for 25 years. We are committed to providing woodworkers like you with the most accurate and up-to-date plans and information -- including new ideas, product and tool reviews, workshop tips and much, much more.

Pyrography Patterns

Author : Sue Walters
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This book offers 30 North American wildlife illustrations and 10 border designs to use in woodburning projects. Large ready-to-use designs are provided in both line and tonal patterns. The author includes tips on transferring patterns, plus advice on segmenting and manipulating the images to create your own custom designs.

David Charlesworth s Furniture making Techniques

Author : David Charlesworth
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“With its emphasis on the author's personal philosophy and approach...this book aims to appeal to all levels of woodworkers. [The] author generously relates tales of his own mistakes and mishaps, while providing encouragement; his furniture is quite beautiful and superbly made.”—Fine Woodworking.

American Book Publishing Record Cumulative 1950 1977

Author : R.R. Bowker Company. Department of Bibliography
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Celtic and Early Medieval Designs from Britain for Artists and Craftspeople

Author : Eva Wilson
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This magnificent design treasury reproduces over 400 historic designs that embellish objects, manuscripts, monuments and buildings created in Britain from the 5th to the 14th centuries. Ranging from simple to sophisticated, the designs have been meticulously translated into highly decorative copyright-free line drawings by illustrator Eva Wilson. Artists and craftspeople will find this book a fertile source of design inspiration from a decorative-arts tradition of dazzling virtuosity, reflecting the rich intermingling of Roman, Anglo-Saxon, Celtic, Germanic, Viking and other early aesthetic influences. Drawn chiefly from artifacts in the collections of various British museums and libraries, the selection includes: A gold buckle from the royal burial site at Sutton Hoo in Suffolk, Spiral scroll patterns from the Lindisfarne Gospels, Decorated letters from 7th-century manuscripts, Borders from the Book of Durrow, Designs from stone sculpture of the Viking Age, Embroidered designs from the Bayeux Tapestry, Chessmen from the Isle of Lewis, 13th- and 14th-century patterned floor tiles, ... and much more. This important, extensively researched sourcebook explores the historical background of the designs, and presents the patterns and motifs arranged thematically, demonstrating in detail how similar elements combine to produce a design as intricate as a decorated initial or as simple as a filled square or ornamental border. Here, then, is a comprehensive treasury of authentic, ready-to-use motifs that will lend medieval flair and flavor to almost any art or crafts project.

Chip Carving Workshop

Author : Lora S. Irish
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Chip Carving Workshop takes beginning woodcarvers through all of the basic chip carving techniques, from tool sharpening and preparation to hand positions, chip cutting, and finishing. Readers will discover how to use both geometric shapes and free form designs to create wonderfully detailed patterns. Practice projects are provided for decorating household items and creating artistic pieces in a variety of original designs.

How to Carve Wood

Author : Richard Bütz
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Discusses the basic tools and techniques of wood carving and supplies directions on carving wood into animals, letters, and other shapes

Naqsh

Author : Jay Thakkar
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Through Naqsh, The Author Explores And Documents Exhaustively In Detail The Art Of Wood Carving Of Traditional Architecture Of Gujarat. Traversing From The History Of Wood Carving Of India, The Book Investigates Thoroughly The Tools And Techniques Applied By The Craftsmen Working Within The Trade Guilds. The Main Section Comprises Of The Ornamentations (Symbols, Motifs And Patterns) Witnessed On The Traditional Wooden Houses, Which Are Categorized And Analyzed In Terms Of Its Aesthetics, Its Occurence In Time And Its Physical And Symbolic Relation To The House. The Author Then Establishes Its Links And Connections To The Examples Found In Other Cultures And Explains The Dissemination Of This Art.

Design

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Caricature Carvers Showcase

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Discover the award-winning work of the Caricature Carvers of America. Features 50 original patterns along with biographies, carving techniques, and painting tips.

British Books in Print

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Tradition Trade and Woodcarving in Solomon Islands

Author : Jari Kupiainen
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Contemporary Crafts Market Place

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