Silly Sally (Board book)
Silly Sally (Board book)
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Fun and silly. Such a great book for your little ones.
Eat Fat, Lose Fat: The Healthy Alternative to Trans Fats (Paperback)
Eat Fat, Lose Fat: The Healthy Alternative to Trans Fats (Paperback)
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I highly recommend this book. I had borrowed a copy from a friend and had to have my own. Wonderful health information and recipes to help make lifetime diet changes. I also recommend another book that Dr. Mary Enig wrote with Sally Fallon, "Nourishing Traditions". These two books are what my family go by for our daily diet.
Sally Goes to the Vet (Hardcover)
Sally Goes to the Vet (Hardcover)
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One of many wonderful books by Vermont folk artist Stephen Huneck. Although a children's book, it is illustrated with beautiful pictures of his woodcut prints of his beloved labrador retriever, Sally. It will be difficult for you to allow a child to handle this or any of his books, as the illustrations are so magnificent. What better combination is there then art and labradors? You will not be disappointed with this or any his fine books.
Mastering Precision Piecing: 7 Spectacular Quilts With Techniques for Success (Paperback)
Mastering Precision Piecing: 7 Spectacular Quilts With Techniques for Success (Paperback)
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This book is FULL of information about the quilting process--not about being faster, but about how to slow down and quilt well and improve your accuracy in all aspects of qulting. Everyone has heard how you have to sew PERFECT seams and be very precise in your piecing to make a quilt. Hearing this was actually kept me away from quilting until I read this book. Sally Collins has lots of tips and tricks and has specific ways of achieving that perfect 1/4" seam, areas to pay particular attention to in your piecing, how to cut better, and she shares other little tid bits she's learned along the way. The projects are all small scale (as in doll-house size or wall hanging). I didn't try them yet, but I have used her information in piecing another quilt with great results (perfect sized blocks!). This is a must-have for any quilter's library.