Lawnscapes: Mowing Patterns to Make Your Yard a Work of Art

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Quirk Books, 2007 - Gardening - 80 pages
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Every year, Americans spend some $38 billion on lawn care. But you don't need to hire a crew of landscapers to have an attractive and eye-catching front yard all that's required is a lawnmower, a few inexpensive items from the hardware store, and a little creativity. Lawnscapes teaches readers how to mow artistic masterpieces directly into their lawns everything from checkerboard squares, hearts, and bull's-eyes to Christmas trees, Celtic knotwork, and much more.

Gardening expert David Parfitt includes patterns for 20 different designs, plus tips on creating your own masterpieces. Packaged with an Astroturf cover, Lawnscapes is the perfect gift for dads across America.


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Introduction 8 The Principles of Lawn Striping
Planning Your Design
Marking Your Guides
Earning Your Stripes
The Straight and Narrow
Diamonds and Plaid
Messages and Decoration
Lettering and Numbers
House Numbers
CongratulationsLovers Knot and
Christmas Tree
Mowing a Masterpiece

Riding the WavesCurves
Lines and Curves
Valentine Heart
Celtic Knotwork
Painting With Turf
Adorning Your Lawnscapes
Index and Acknowledgments

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David Parfitt is a landscape artist who creates site-specific, large-scale artworks from natural materials. He is the author of Build Your Own Fantasy Treehouse.

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