Buttons, Beads, Ribbons, and Lace

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Random House Value Publishing, Jul 1, 1994 - Antiques & Collectibles - 72 pages
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A rich variety of easy-to-make projects designed to enhance any wardrobe presents full-color, detailed instructions on how to use buttons, beads, lace, and ribbons to add elegance and pizzazz to old clothing.

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Contents

Sweater With
18
Faux Medals
39
Woven Evening
57
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Carol Endler Sterbenz is a well-known author, editor, and media personality. She has written?more than twenty-five craft and decorating books including"Pottery Barn Design Library: Storage and Display," "American Country Folk Crafts, " and the "Instant Gratification" series (Chronicle Books). A former syndicated columnist of "By Hand" and "Primary Colors: Interiors," Ms. Sterbenz was the founding Editor-in-Chief of the quarterly magazine "Handcraft Illustrated." She lives with her husband, John, in " "Westchester " "County " " in NY.

Gay Merrill Gross is an expert in origami and the related skill of napkin folding. She is the author of "Origami: The Art of Paperfolding," "The Art of Napkin Folding," "Folding Napkins," "Napkin Folds for Special Occasions" and three introductory books on origami. She lives in New York City.

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