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Fiber gathering: knit, crochet, spin and dye more than 20 projects inspired by America's festivals 2 editions

Cover of: Fiber gathering by Joanne Seiff
About the Book

Meet the people, sample the flavor, and experience the kinship through 11 unique events and more than 25 inspiring projects Throughout history, we've gathered together in the market square. We're there to buy and sell, to get good deals on fibers, fabrics, fruits, vegetables, and bread, but we're also there to see friends, gossip, trade recipes, and admire new clothes. We've got an eye on each other's animals, and we're going to keep them from getting into any trouble. It's our chance to hold someone else's baby or to congratulate a new grandmother. It's a chance to connect, to touch, and to bond with others. These days, it's easy to feel like we live in scary times, and sometimes we're less neighborly than we used to be. Our lives are filled with long distances and technology. We're more likely to make cyberfriends than visit with someone down the street. Our lives are full of work, school, and caretaking, but how many of us still live near our f...

Classifications

Library of Congress TT699 .S42 2009
Dewey 746

2 editions First published in 2009

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Cover of: Fiber gathering
2009, Wiley Pub.
Fiber gathering
in English
Cover of: Fiber Gathering
2009, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Fiber Gathering
Electronic resource in English

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