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How to Tutorials DIY Short Hair Styles: Step by Step Short Hair B...
by Kim J. Avery

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English

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March 24, 2017

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How to Tutorials DIY Short Hair Styles<br />Step by Step Short Hair Braiding Wedding Party Dairy Instructions Guide Beauty Fashion Create Easy Hairstyles Photobook<br />Braid Hairstyles, Tutorials, Guide Beauty, Photobook, Step by Step, DIY, Hairstyles, Short Hair, Hair Wedding, Fashion
Cat Ears Hat and Cowl - Knitting Pattern: Quick and Easy Project
by Sarah Taylor

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English

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March 24, 2017

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My cat ears hat and cowl set is the perfect combination for keeping warm and cozy, and to bring a smile to the face of any cat loving person. The cowl is long enough to pull up over the nose to give good protection from biting cold winds.<br /><br />Both the hat and cowl are one size, with plenty of stretch, so will suit most people. However, I do indicate in the patterns where you can make adjustments if you want the pieces to be longer or shorter.<br /><br />You will only need three 4 oz skeins (100 g balls) of super bulky (super chunky) yarn in the main color to make the set, plus an oddment of yarn in a contrast color to embroider the nose and whiskers on to the cowl. The hat and cowl are knit on the round, and I provide a link in the instructions to explain this technique if you are unfamiliar with it.<br /><br />My patterns are written in plain English, which makes them easy to follow whether you are a newbie knitter or you have many years of experience.<br /><br />Scroll up to the top and click on the link to "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your Kindle or other reading device, and start making your Cat Ears Hat and Cowl Set TODAY!
Dame fashion Paris London 1786-1912 part 2 (History of Fashion B...
by Julius M Price

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English

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March 22, 2017

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In illustrating my work with contemporary plates, in spite of the temptation to execute the drawings myself, I was actuated by the idea of giving the accurate local colour and characteristics which only prints of the period can convey, and which also undoubtedly give, not only authority, but pictorial value to the text. I am indebted to the Queen newspaper for the right to reproduce some of their more recent fashion plates, to many Government officials in London and Paris who have courteously given me access to documents of invaluable assistance, to Mr. Theodore Lumley and Mr. Walter Lumley for placing at my disposal their collection of books and prints of old London, and to Mr. Charles Jerningham (" Marmaduke ") for some interesting information concerning London Society in the 'seventies. <br /><br />Part 2 of 2<br />Originally Published in 1913
Crochet Hacks: 15 Fast and Easy Crochet Hat Patterns To Crochet I...
by Adrienne Hedley

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English

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March 21, 2017

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<h1><font>Getting Your FREE Bonus</font></h1><br /><p>Download this book, read it to the end and see <strong>"BONUS: Your FREE Gift"</strong> chapter after the conclusion.</p><br /><br /><h1>Crochet Hacks: (FREE Bonus Included)</h1><br /><h2>15 Fast And Easy Crochet Hat Patterns To Crochet In 24 Hours</h2><br /><p>When it comes to the world of crochet, it can be hard to decide what to make. There are times when you can work a little on a project for a few minutes at a time, and there are other times when you want to make something and be done with it.</p><br /><p>But when you look through the patterns, it can be difficult to know which ones are going to take a long time to create, and which you will be able to make in just a couple hours. You want to make something small and useful, but when you look through the patterns online, it’s hard to know which is which.</p><br /><p>That’s where this book comes in. In it, you are going to find a variety of patterns that you can make in just a couple hours. These hats are trendy, cute, and easy to make, giving you the chance to update your wardrobe without having to spend hours doing it.</p><br /><p>With the patterns you find in this book, you are going to have everything you need to create the hats you have been wanting to make – both for yourself and your loved ones.</p><br /><br /><p>Discover a variety of hats that you can make in no time at all, and flaunt your style all year long!</p><br /><ul><br /> <li>Discover a variety of hats you can make in minutes</li><br /> <li>Have fun while you create hats in just a couple hours</li><br /> <li>Make hats for your friends, family, and even you</li><br /> <li>And much, much more!</li><br /></ul> <br /><br /><p>Download your E book "Crochet Hacks: 15 Fast And Easy Crochet Hat Patterns To Crochet In 24 Hours" by scrolling up and clicking <br /><strong>"Buy Now with 1-Click" button!</strong></p>
Fibrefrenzi Artweave
by Alison Crosthwaite

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English

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March 16, 2017

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Explosions of colour and creativity are found in this book. The author shares her joy and passion of creating woven art from the raw fleece, exploring each process - dyeing, spinning and finally weaving art-to-wear garments. There are simple step-by-step<br />instructions which will enable you to produce your very own creations.
Fashionmaniacs Guide: Fashion how to's,tricks and diy's
by Dennnis Jeans

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English

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March 21, 2017

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To all fashion,design and art lovers , have you ever wondered why your friend looks so put together? Well, in Fashionmaniacs are some tricks that could serve you with some useful tips and tricks .
Costume of the ancients Vol 1 (History of Fashion Book 6)
by Thomas Hope

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English

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March 21, 2017

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The little ardour hitherto evinced among us in the pursuit of historical painting, may be partly attributed to the slender prospect which the artist has, of being ade- quately rewarded for so laborious and so difficult a pro- duction of the human intellect and hand, as an excellent historical picture. Of the more ordinary incidents of common nature, of the more humble forms of familiar life, every detail every where obtrudes itself spontaneously on the eye even of the unobserving multitude ; and therefore, in all times and places, every individual is more or less enabled to judge, in how far those homely models have been successfully transferred to the canvass ; and in all times and places, many will be found, desirous to possess and inclined to purchase the faithful representa- tions of these trivial originals, however easily produced. Landscapes and low-life groupes will every where meet a ready sale. But of the more elevated and striking events and per- sonages, only recorded in the page of the historian, or in the song of the poet, the more minute particulars are only thoroughly imprinted in the memory of a few more enlightened individuals. <br /><br />Vol 1 of 2<br />Originally Published in 1809
Learn Embossed Crochet
by Lianka Azulay

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English

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52

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April 01, 2017

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The technique of Embossed Crochet creates a textured fabric where the beauty of knitted cable leaves have been translated to crochet. This book includes 10 fashion designs such as a scarf, cowl, vest, handbags, blankets and hat, made using light- and worsted-weight yarns. Written instructions as well illustrations, photos and symbol crochet are included to help you with this exciting new technique.
Jackie Kennedy: The Biography
by University Press Biograph...

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English

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42

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March 04, 2017

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<b>Jackie Kennedy: The Biography</b><br /><br />Jacqueline Kennedy’s life was, in many ways, like a fairy tale. She is remembered as the lovely, cultured woman who charmed nearly everyone she met with her simple but savvy elegance. And, she is remembered most of all as John F. Kennedy’s First Lady. <br /><br />Jackie Kennedy was seen as a role model for fashionistas, socialites, jetsetters and in-crowd women everywhere. She was more popular than movie stars, more idolized than rock stars, and at the same time, revered as the ultimate example of a loving mother. When she mourned the fatal shooting of her husband, the country mourned with her.<br /><br />Yet, she was criticized in certain circles as a woman who subordinated herself to her husbands – first John F. Kennedy and then Aristotle Onassis. And, she wasn’t as vocal about political and social issues as many other first ladies have been. Yet, she proved later on that she was extraordinarily intelligent and amazingly compassionate. <br /><br />When John F. Kennedy died, Jacqueline told Life Magazine that his administration had been like Camelot. The name stuck, and it is still used today. Although she used the name to describe Kennedy’s presidency, Jacqueline’s image is wrapped into the perception of what Camelot really was: noble, beautiful, truthful and full of goodness.<br /><br />Her life may have been like a fairy tale, but it was not quite like the cleaned-up fairy tales today’s parents tell their little ones today. In many ways, more like a tale right out of Grimm’s, Jackie Kennedy’s life had beautiful moments, but it also contained nearly unbearable losses. Nearly everyone alive at the time of John F. Kennedy’s death can remember where they were when they heard the news of it. How much more devastating his death must have been for Jacqueline.<br /><br />Other questions at the heart of the Jacqueline Kennedy myth are more about the reality of her life. What was Camelot really like for her? How did she get there? And what did she do after it was over? How did she find the strength to keep moving on past the deaths of so many loved ones? How did she maintain her composure while standing at the center of life’s stage, even through her struggle with a deadly illness?<br /><br />Not all of these questions are even answerable now that she is gone. However, the intention of this book is to shed as much light as possible on who Jackie Kennedy was and how she managed her life in the public eye.<br /><br />We hope you enjoy reading this brief introduction to the life and times of this amazing woman. Further, we hope you are inspired to study her life in greater depth. Through happy times and tragic ones, Jacqueline was Jacqueline. To those who loved her, both intimately and from afar, Jackie's was truly an extraordinary life.<br /><br /><b>Jackie Kennedy: The Biography</b>
How to Read a Dress: A Guide to Changing Fashion from the 16th to...
by Lydia Edwards

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English

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216

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March 09, 2017

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Fashion is ever-changing, and while some styles mark a dramatic departure from the past, many exhibit subtle differences from year to year that are not always easily identifiable. With overviews of each key period and detailed illustrations for each new style, <i>How to Read a Dress</i> is an authoritative visual guide to women's fashion across five centuries.<br /> <br />Each entry includes annotated color images of historical garments, outlining important features and highlighting how styles have developed over time, whether in shape, fabric choice, trimming, or undergarments. Readers will learn how garments were constructed and where their inspiration stemmed from at key points in history – as well as how dresses have varied in type, cut, detailing and popularity according to the occasion and the class, age and social status of the wearer.<br /><br />This lavishly illustrated book is the ideal tool for anyone who has ever wanted to know their cartridge pleats from their Récamier ruffles. Equipping the reader with all the information they need to 'read' a dress, this is the ultimate guide for students, researchers, and anyone interested in historical fashion.

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