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ISBN:
0934026467
Author:
Jane Patrick
Category:
Crafts & Hobbies
Language:
English
Publisher:
Interweave Pr; Second Printing edition (January 1, 1990)
Pages:
142 pages
EPUB book:
1276 kb
FB2 book:
1905 kb
DJVU:
1978 kb
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Rating:
4.3
Votes:
954


FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Provides instructions for weaving placemats, napkins, runners, tablecloths, curtains, towels, pillowcases, rugs, scarves.

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Find nearly any book by Jane Patrick. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9781931499590 (978-1-931499-59-0) Softcover, Interweave, 2006.

Patrick Jane is a former consultant for the California Bureau of Investigation. He uses his keen powers of observation, his brilliant mind and his flair for mischief to solve crimes. Despite his lack of boundaries and disregard for protocol, he is valued because his tricks, ruses and mind games close cases. His motivation in joining the CBI is to find and kill Red John.

In this charming book, Patrick Harding breathes new life into the traditions of Christmas, unravelling myths and mysteries surrounding our favourite time of year. The Christmas Book is a treasure chest of fascinating facts and tasty morsels, all in one delightful and handy volume. From setting the record straight about Jesus' birth, to explaining what a genuine Yule log is, to tracking the evolution of the Christmas card, there's something in here to entertain everyone, young and old alike

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Jane Patrick grew up on the broad plains of south central Nebraska where, from an early age, she earned the moniker of. .

Jane Patrick grew up on the broad plains of south central Nebraska where, from an early age, she earned the moniker of "the family putzer" because she was always making things. Jane lives in Boulder, Colorado.

Patrick Jane is a fictional character and the protagonist of the CBS crime drama The Mentalist, portrayed by Simon Baker. Jane is an independent consultant for the California Bureau of Investigation, and helps by giving advice and insight from his many years as a fake psychic medium. He uses his keen powers of observation, deduction, and knowledge of social engineering coupled with his genius to help lead the investigations.

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Articles posted by Jane Patrick. Jane Patrick’s Top 10 Weaving Tips. It appeared in A Handwoven Treasury: The best projects, tips, and techniques from Handwoven magazine’s first ten years. August 2019, Jane Patrick, Schacht Newsletter, Weaving Techniques. This is my number one tip for achieving the idea you have in your mind. May 2019, Jane Patrick, Schacht Newsletter. Before there was Handwoven, there was Interweave (the magazine).

Provides instructions for weaving placemats, napkins, runners, tablecloths, curtains, towels, pillowcases, rugs, scarves, shawls, coats, dresses, tops, and purses
  • Cells
As a longtime weaver, I have bought many books on the subject, but THIS one is my all-time favorite. My old copy ended up with someone else, so I decided to buy another copy. There are many projects in it that are long out of (magazine) print--definitely "oldies but goodies", since the basics of weaving rarely change. Highly recommended for all levels of weaving proficiency.
  • Gtonydne
for a used book - exceeded expectations.
  • BeatHoWin
a handwoven treasury

edited by jane patrick

1990

the best projects, tips and techniques from Handwoven Magazine's first 10 years

including these projects

terrific table toppers
cheery curtains and screens
thirsty towels
perfect pillows
resolute rugs
simple scarves and shawls
classic coats, dresses and tops
elegant evening bags
general instructions
yarn chart
appendix

complete pattern drafts, instructions and color photographs - 45 classic designs in all
  • Yainai
This book is amazing!! It has unique projects for anyone's taste or weaving ability. It is well illustrated & many color pictures; instructions are clear & concise. In general, this book surpasses my expectations!!!