Nothing can jazz up an old hat, jacket, blazer, or purse like a colorful fabric flower. With a wide variety of fabrics and materials on the market, its so easy to create a flower to suit your every need. If you're looking for floral inspiration, look no further than Fabric Flowers, the latest book from Amy Barickman.
In Past Present, Amy Azzarito presents 24 pairs of essays and DIY projects that explore the connection between art and craft. With projects inspired by famous works of art, this book makes art of bygone eras fit perfectly into our contemporary living spaces.
Let your nostalgic taste for sci-fi, video games, and electronic gizmos past and present go wild when knitting these playful and fun projects from Knits of Tomorrow. With all kinds of fun geek-tastic designs, this book is a must have for fans of everything from aliens to robots.
This is beading with a little magic mixed in! Projects include an Autumn Lei, Ruby Flower necklace, Crystal Spheres earrings, Nautilus necklaces, and more.
There are a total of 29 projects in the book, but with a little imagination you can create so many more. All this is accomplished with a spool of wire and a few tools.
This book includes all kinds of ideas and projects for coordinated gift-wrap sets that are quick, easy, and pretty.
This is the newest book by artist and author, Diana Vandervoort. Shes written several Temari books and this one is just as wonderful as the others. Temari is an art well explained by Vandervoorst in her books.
Maybe you want to create something dimensional with your paper. Or maybe you love origami but wouldn't know where to start. "The Simple Art of Japanese Papercrafts" by Mari Ono is your solution.
Inside this book you'll learn a little background behind what paper is made of, including ways to make your very own from old magazines, newspaper, junk mail, and other trash.
For young and old lovers of origami, there's Wild Wonderful Origami, a great book filled with 35 wild animal patterns that you can create in no time!