Homemade: 101 Beautiful and Useful Craft Projects You Can Make at Home

Homemade: 101 Beautiful and Useful Craft Projects You Can Make at Home

by Ros Badger, Elspeth Thompson
     
 

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Chock full of practical, thoughtful advice from seasoned crafters,
Homemade contains over one hundred craft projects that require you to look no further than your very own home. As economic and environmental factors start to play a greater role in consumer decision-making, Ron Badger and Elspeth Thompson suggest an alternative to buying. Taking everyday

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Chock full of practical, thoughtful advice from seasoned crafters,
Homemade contains over one hundred craft projects that require you to look no further than your very own home. As economic and environmental factors start to play a greater role in consumer decision-making, Ron Badger and Elspeth Thompson suggest an alternative to buying. Taking everyday objects from around their homes, they transform these objects into beautiful works of art, which reflect the love and care they put into their projects.

Divided into seasons, Homemade provides a year’s worth of activities to improve your home. It gives sound advice on how to restore a garden table, make a patchwork wall, cook delicious pumpkin soup, and more. It also includes a section on homemade basics,
which details how to sew, knit, and crochet using a variety of patterns!

Homemade is the perfect gift for a friend interested in crafting, or a delightful treat for you and your family. With advice from Badger and Thompson, little additions to your home—like summer troughs full of flowers and natural cleaning products—will make all the difference. Your home and your family will thank you.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781616080785
Publisher:
Skyhorse Publishing
Publication date:
11/01/2010
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
7.80(w) x 9.80(h) x 1.00(d)

Meet the Author

Ros Badger previously owned a children’s knitwear company,
Little Badger. He continues to offer style advice on his Web site, rosbadger.blogspot.com, and resides in Dulwich, England.

Elspeth Thompson is the writer for a weekly column on gardening.
She also regularly writes for the Sunday Telegraph and the
Guardian. She is the author of several gardening books and Tricia Guild’s titles. She lives in London, England.

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