Lavender: Practical Inspirations for Natural Gifts, Country Crafts and Decorative Displays

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Lorenz Books, Oct 1, 1996 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Lavender is the first book to explore so fully the many aspects of this unique herb, and to celebrate so beautifully its potential in displays, decorations, crafts and gifts. With an introduction to its history and folklore nd a wole chapter on how to cultivate, nurture and dry lavender, this book is a treasury house of information and fascinating detail. Includes over 300 color photos.

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Very good source book for history of lavendar.Many craft projects and recipes for lavendar also! Read full review


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About the author (1996)

Tessa Evelegh is a writer, photographic stylist and craft artist specializing in home style, craft and garden ideas. She writes regular features on using plants and flowers in the home for several magazines as well as contributing to The Sunday Times, the Telegraph magazine, Inspirations, Period Living, Prima and BBC Good Food. She is the author of Lavender: A Heritage Book of Creative Ideas, Garden Planning & Garden Design, 500 Decorating Tips for the House & Garden and Country Cooking, Crafts & Decorating (all Lorenz Books).

Debbie Patterson is a Winnipeg actor, playwright, composer, and musician. She studied acting at the National Theatre School of Canada, is a founding member of Shakespeare in the Ruins, and the former Artistic Director of the Popular Theatre Alliance of Manitoba. Her other plays include two one&#ndash; woman shows: "Pandora’ s Squeezebox: a sex love power pleasure cabaret", and "Wide Open Beaver: Uncut Canadian Content", as well as "Candy From a Baby", which won Best of the Fest at the 2006 Winnipeg Fringe. She lives in Winnipeg with her fabulous family: partner Arne MacPherson and their two children Gislina and Solmund.

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