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The hand-stitched surface : slow stitching and mixed-media techniques for fabric and paper Read online ebook DOC, DJVU, TXT

Author: Lynn Krawczyk
Publisher: Beverly : Creative Publishing international, 2017.
ISBNISSN: 1589239598, 9781589239593
Genre: Electronic books, Patterns
Notes: 1 online resource : illustrations
Responsibility: The hand-stitched surface : slow stitching and mixed-media techniques for fabric and paper
Edition: eBook : Document : English
Includes index.

"The Hand-Stitched Surface offers inspiring techniques and beautiful projects for creating richly layered mixed-media surfaces on paper and fabric to encourage stitchers to slow down and savor their handiwork"--
Cover title.
Supplement to the olive production manual, 2nd ed. (3353).
Publication 3505. Texte griech.-engl. Eerste druk uit 2010. Einf. engl., Texted. hebr. und aram. 1 Cop. 1991 XIII, 118 S. 2 Washington DC : Dead Scroll Research Council : Biblical Archaeology Society, cop. 1992 XIX, 309 S. 3 Cop. 1995 XXIX, 406 S. 4 Concordance of fascicles 1-3 Cop. 1996. --
XVI, 403 S. Unabridged.
Compact discs.
This audiobook is encoded in MP3 format and will only play on CD players that are MP3 compatible. Bestselling author Amy Stewart presents the sordid tales of plants behaving badly, from the tree that sheds poison daggers to the leaf that triggered a war. Problem solving exercises illustrated with simple instructions and engaging activities. Acknowledgments.- Notes on Contributors.- Introduction; Zoe Druick and Deane Williams.- 1. John Grierson and the United States; Stephen Charbonneau.- 2. John Grierson and Russian Cinema: an Uneasy Dialogue; Julia Vassilieva.- 3. To Play The Part That Was in Fact His/Her Own; Brian Winston.- 4. Translating Grierson: Japan; Abe Markus Nornes.- 5. A Social Poetics of Documentary: Grierson and the Scandinavian Documentary Tradition; Ib Bondebjerg.- 6. The Griersonian Influence and its Challenges: Malaya, Singapore, Hong Kong (1939-73); Ian Aitken.- 7. Grierson in Canada; Zoe Druick.- 8. Imperial Relations with Polynesian Romantics: the John Grierson Effect in New Zealand; Simon Sigley.- 9. The Grierson Cinema: Australia; Deane Williams.- 10. John Grierson in India: The Films Division under the Influence?; Camille Deprez.- 11. Grierson in Ireland; Jerry White.- 12. White Fathers Hear Dark Voices?: John Grierson and British Colonial Africa at the End of Empire; Martin Stollery.- 13. Grierson, Afrikaner Nationalism and South Africa; Keyan G Tomaselli.- 14. Grierson and Latin America: Encounters, Dialogues and Legacies; Mariano Mestman and Maria Luisa Ortega.- Select Bibliography.- Appendix - John Grierson Biographical Timeline.- Index. Based on the horror video game series Silent Hill. Among the damned --
Paint it black --
The grinning man. Originally published: London ; New York : Granada, 1983. Reading comprehension exercises illustrated by engaging activities and simple instructions. Basketball --
Football --
Baseball --
Hockey --
Golf --
Boxing --
Car racing. Presents a practical guide for women that explains the basics rules and plays of major sports such as baseball, football, basketball, hockey, golf, boxing, and car racing; and includes a glossary of key terms and sports trivia. Introduction for students --
Pyramids, olives, and donkeys: Thales --
The teacher who paid his student: Pythagoras --
The man who concentrated too hard: Archimedes --
A woman of courage: Hypatia --
Magician or mathematician?: John Napier --
Seeing isn't believing: Galileo Galilei --
Count on Pascal: Blaise Pascal --
The short giant: Isaac Newton --
The blind man who could see: Leonhard Euler --
The professor who did not know: Joseph Louis Lagrange --
Mathematics at midnight: Sophie Germain --
The teacher who learned a lesson: Carl Friedrich Gauss --
"Don't let my life be wasted!": Evariste Galois --
Life on an obstacle course: Emmy Noether --
Numbers were his greatest treasure: Srinivasa Ramanujan. Reveals the stories and the people behind great mathematical discoveries. First in a series. Pfaff II / Bill Cotter --
Stowaways / Nick Ekkizogloy --
Further interpretations of real-life events / Kevin Moffett --
Bad Karma / Etgar Keret --
Beginning of a plan / Shelley Oria --
Pinecone / Michael Cera --
Diamond aces / Carson Mell --
Madness / Matei Visniec --
Cuts / J. Malcolm Garcia --
Foothill Boulevard / Catherine Bussinger --
Retreat / Wells Tower. Includes index. Will you, won't you?; What have you got to give?; Choosing who will inherit and what they will get; spouses and partners; gifts to children and grandchildren in your will; Special beneficiaries; Appointing executors and guardians; Inheritance Tax 1; Inheritance Tax 2; Common Inheritance Tax bloopers; Life Insurance; Trusts; Funeral arrangements; Medical use of your body after death; Have you got it all together? Odds and ends; Signing, witnessing and safe keeping; Sample wills A short history --
The basics --
You will need... --
How to cross stitch --
Patterns. "Inspired by the banners and signs at recent marches around the world, Really Cross Stitch takes all of that anger, outrage, and protest and puts it inside a decorative border ... along with some snarky commentary and general annoyance. Stitching for public protest is not new. First-wave feminists in the US and in Britain used needlework in their demonstrations and public protest lectures during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Needlework and other handcrafts, however, declined throughout the twentieth century. But in the 21st century, there has been a steep resurgence and many are turning to crafting, especially needlework, as an activist strategy. In Knitting for Good, feminist Betsy Greer makes this point strongly when she proclaims, "I think every act of making is an act of revolution." Featuring more than 40 truly original cross stitch designs, the book also contains instructions on techniques for new stitchers."-- Amazon.com. Translation of Voyages de l'aubergine. Originally published: Emeryville, CA : Shoemaker & Hoard, ©2006. Antiscience: Unknown Freud; Freudian suspicion versus suspicion of Freud; Handful of dust; Unconscious deeps and empirical shallows --
Modern deviltry: Revenge of the repressed, part I; Revenge of the repressed, part II; Demonology for an age of science; Trauma trap --
More diagnostic follies: Keeping us in hysterics; Out, damned blot!; Mind snatchers --
Will to believe: Consolation of theosophy; Esoteric unconscious; New creationists and their friends; Darwin goes to Sunday School; Zen and the art of success --
Discipline in crisis: End of the poststructuralist era; Kafka in the clouds; Call me a liberal --
Appendices: Compromises with creationism; Freud, Lacan, and the pseudoscientific academy. [This book] contains [the author's] best essays and reviews of the past 15 years, including such controversial and widely quoted pieces as "The Unknown Freud" and "The Revenge of the Repressed." ... In addition, his topics range from "intelligent design" creationism to theosophy, from psychological testing to UFO zaniness, from American Buddhism to the current state of literary criticism.-Dust jacket.