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12 Spoons, 2 Bowls, and a Knife 15 Step-by-Step Projects for the Kitchen by Editors of Woodcarving Illustrated
Features beginner-friendly projects by talented artists ranging from rustic coffee scoops to bread bowls, and jam spreaders! Softcover.
Assault In Norway: Sabotaging the Nazi Nuclear Program by Thomas Gallagher
A gripping narrative of a brave team of Norwegian exiles who infiltrated their homeland for the Allies to sabotage a German factory where "heavy water" was being produced and stockpiled."An exciting and dramatic episode." ~ Library JournalSoftcover, 233 pp.
Batik and Tie-Dye Techniques by Nancy Belfer
In this comprehensive, generously illustrated handbook, Nancy Belfer leads readers step-by-step through the techniques required to create imaginative and beautiful batiks and tie-dyed textiles. Over 100 photographs and 28 diagrams make it easier for even beginners to follow the various...
Batik, Tie Dyeing, Stenciling, Silk Screen, Block Printing by Francis J. Kafka
Stenciling, batik, block printing, tie dyeing, free-hand painting, silk-screen painting, as well as flocking and transferring pictures are all covered in this book. Over 350 illustration and complete step-by-step explanations. This is an unabridged republication of 1959 edition. 198 pp....
Brudedrakt Og Krone fra sju prestegjeld edited by Heidi Fossness
Edited by Heidi Fossnes. Bridal articles reprinted from Bunad magazine, plus some not shown before. Full-color photographs, Norwegian text. Softcover.
Bunader Og Tradisjoner Fra Setesdal by Laila Durán
This book is about the traditions and bunader of Setesdal in Norway. It includes hundreds of full-color photos, taken throughout the year, following the seasons and work on the farms. With emphasis on everyday life, handicraft, and the local textile tradition,...
Bunadsliv Frå handsaum til industri by Åse Vigdis Festervoll
This important book sets Norwegian national costume into a social context and food, flagging, knowledge, quality, local identity, and use are discussed and critically examined. Bunader are part of a living, cultural heritage, used and valued still today. The bunad...
Carving Spoons, Revised Second Edition: Welsh Love Spoons, Celtic Knots, and Contemporary Favorites by Shirley Adler
This book shows how to elevate the humble wooden spoon from a utilitarian object to a love token or a work of art! Spoon carving instructor Shirley Adler will get you started making beautiful spoons to keep for yourself or...
Carving Trolls and Other Scandinavian-Style Characters By Harley Refsal
By Harley Refsal. Instructions for carving 20 wonderful characters in the Scandinavian flat-plane style, including trolls and nisse. Softcover.
Counterfeiter: How A Norwegian Jew Survived The Holocaust by
This is an enthralling personal account of the secret Nazi project, Operation Bernhard, devised to destabilize the British and, later, American economies by creating and putting into circulation millions of counterfeit banknotes. A team of typographers and printers was pulled...
Craft of the Dyer by Karen Leigh Casselman
Complete guide to making and using dyes from plants and lichens. Introductory chapters on equipment, mordants, dyeing procedures, and other essentials are followed by chapters on individual plants and their suitability for dyeing, how to process them, colors, dye-fastness, and...
Death on the Prairie (Chloe Ellefson Mystery #6) by Kathleen Ernst
A road trip to the past turns deadly when museum curator Chloe Ellefson gets custody of an old quilt, said to have belonged to author Laura Ingalls Wilder, and she and her sister Kari set out on the Wilder road...
Dekorasjonsmaling: Decorative painting in the North-Eastern Valley and the Roros villages by Amund Spangen
Painted furniture and household items are presented in text and pictures, giving an insight into farm history and the way of life from the time when skilled painters were active in Norwegian settlements. The decorative painters rarely signed their works,...
Early-Style Hardanger Embroidery by Yvette Stanton
While the interest in hardanger goes far beyond the Norwegian borders and has spread worldwide from the Hardangerfjord region from which it once emerged, early-style hardanger is not often seen outside of Norway and is quite distinct from contemporary hardanger....
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