Toy-Making at Home: How to Make a Hundred Toys from Odds and Ends (Illustrated)by Morley Adams
The purpose of the book is to give simple
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The volume fulfils a long-felt want in that it supplies fascinating amusement for evenings at home. The making of toys, is an engrossing pastime, and the home-made toy is invariably more novel than the shop-bought article and of superior quality, besides which there is always a satisfaction in: " I made it myself."
The purpose of the book is to give simple and easily understood instructions and plain diagrams and sketches for making toys from the odds and ends that are usually discarded as useless. Matches, Match Boxes, Paper Towel Reels, Cocoa Tins Cigar Boxes, and even Egg Shells comprise the materials from which
are evolved Shops, Working Models, Dolls' Furniture, Boats, Steam Engines, Windmills, and scores of other
toys dear to the hearts of boys and girls.
Perhaps the chief charm of the occupation is that literally dozens of toys can be made at hardly any cost at all. Every toy described in this book is practicable, and can be easily made by anyone possessing the smallest amount of handicraft skill. At the same time the instructions are such as will prove of the utmost value to instructors of handicraft classes.
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- Balefire Publishing
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