Celebrating The Stitch

Author: Barbara Lee Smith
Publisher: Taunton
ISBN: 9780942391398
Size: 14.34 MB
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Surveys the work of one hundred American and Canadian artists and explores the styles and the variety of textile processes that give contemporary North American embroidery its unique look

Alabama Stitch Book

Author: Natalie Chanin
Publisher: Stewart, Tabori and Chang
ISBN: 9781584796381
Size: 24.70 MB
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Including 20 projects to make, designer and author demonstrates how she learned to sew and how she has learned that what she makes is important to the community where she grew up.

Celebrating Diversity With Art

Author: Willet Ryder
Publisher: Good Year Books
ISBN: 9780673361707
Size: 56.92 MB
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This almanac of exciting art activities colors the year with special holidays and issues. There are six projects for every month of the year. Themes highlight African-American heritage, Asian/Pacific heritage, zoos and aquariums, national parks, women's history and more. Teacher resource grades 3-6.

The Glories Of Cross Stitch

Author: Lauren Turner
Publisher: Cico Books
ISBN: 9781903116067
Size: 25.69 MB
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The splendor of heaven & earth is the theme of this eye-catching collection of original sampler designs.

The Ultimate Guide To Celebrating Kids

Author: Linda LaTourelle
Publisher: Bluegrass Publishing Inc
ISBN: 9780974533940
Size: 59.97 MB
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A collection of poems, quotes and titles to celebrate the younger child on cards, scrapbooks, and creative projects.

Alabama Studio Style

Author: Natalie Chanin
Publisher: Stewart, Tabori and Chang
ISBN: 9781584798231
Size: 73.51 MB
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In a follow up to Alabama Stitch Book, the author shares more of her stenciling, stitching and beading methods; provides more than 20 projects, including her award-winning dresses and skirts; and collects recipes from Southern food expert Angie Mosier.

The Netflix Effect

Author: Kevin McDonald
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1501309420
Size: 33.55 MB
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Netflix is the definitive media company of the 21st century. It was among the first to parlay new Internet technologies into a successful business model, and in the process it changed how consumers access film and television. It is now one of the leading providers of digitally delivered media content and is continually expanding access across a host of platforms and mobile devices. Despite its transformative role, however, Netflix has drawn very little critical attention-far less than competitors such as YouTube, Apple, Amazon, Comcast, and HBO. This collection addresses this gap, as the essays are designed to critically explore the breadth and diversity of Netflix's effect from a variety of different scholarly perspectives, a necessary approach considering the hybrid nature of Netflix, its inextricable links to new models of media production, distribution, viewer engagement and consumer behavior, its relationship to existing media conglomerates and consumer electronics, its capabilities as a web-based service provider and data network, and its reliance on a broader technological infrastructure.