A Crafter's Book of Angels

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Sterling Publishing Company, Incorporated, 1996 - Crafts & Hobbies - 160 pages
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Ranging from the traditional and romantic to the wacky and whimsical, a variety of angels graces clothes, jewelry, wreaths and swags, and decorations for the home. Created by 49 talented designers, the projects in this beautifully illustrated full-color book use many different techniques and materials, including quilting, embroidery, polymer clay, salt dough, woodworking, papier-mch}, paper cutting, stained glass, batik, tin and wire, and florals and naturals. The designers "see" angels that vary in gender, ethnicity, age, and every possible aspect of physical appearance. This diversity of style, materials, and technique makes this an appealing book you'll enjoy using for years to come. Detailed instructions. Photos.

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This work will appeal primarily to readers already experienced in a particular craft who wish to depict angels in their chosen medium. A brief pictorial gallery of professional artist's ... Read full review

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Morgenthal is a writer and editor.

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