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Knitgrrl : learn to knit with 15 fun and funky projects

Okey, Shannon, 1975-

TEEN 746.432 OKEY

KnitGrrl is an upbeat introduction to knitting, from basic materials, tools, and stitches, to fifteen easy projects designed specifically for teens and tweens. Lower the number of trips to the mall with patterns for an iPod cozy, a ponytail wool beanie, cat toys, text-messaging mittens, starry leg warmers, and ten more great patterns. The organization of the book builds skills incrementally, so friends can learn and share together. Tips on organizing knitting groups, plus quizzes and DIY projects for fun knitting-related items such as stitch markers and hand salve, make this the ultimate BKFF (Best Knitting Friends Forever) guidebook.

My DIY : the stylin' girl's guide to DIY projects : from sassy crafts to thrifty gifts

Potts, Kimberly.


If you think you're not creative, think again. With My DIY, you can whip up sassy crafts and thrifty gifts in no time. A friendly, easy-to-follow guide with superfun projects for every taste, this book shows you how to transform ordinary household objects into fabulous objets d'art.

Zombie felties : how to raise 16 gruesome felt creatures from the undead

Tedman, Nicola.

746.0463 TEDMAN

"There's a new craze in town, and it's not a pretty one. It's taking over previously wholesome quilters, soft-toy makers, and amigurumi enthusiasts, so you'd better pay attention. Zombie felties are on the march, and every day their numbers increase..."--P. [4] of cover.

Paper made! : 101 exceptional projects to make out of everyday paper

Terry, Kayte.

745.54 TERRY

Announcing the biggest, best, most innovative book ever on paper craft. Even better, this is not about how to use costly, artsy paper, but how to turn stuff around the housemagazines and shopping bags, candy wrappers and paint sample cards, wrapping paper, old maps, and paper towel tubes into stunning jewelry, gifts, home de'cor, party favors, and much more.

The steampunk adventurer's guide : contraptions, creations, and curiosities anyone can make

Willeford, Thomas, author.


Fascinatingly Fun, Family-Friendly Steampunk Projects. Steampunk stalwart Thomas Willeford cordially invitesyou on an adventure--one in which you get to build ingenious devices of your own! Lavishly illustrated by award-winning cartoonist Phil Foglio, The Steampunk Adventurer's Guide: Contraptions, Creations, and Curiosities Anyone Can Make presents 10 intriguing projects ideal for makers of all ages and skill levels, woven into an epic tale of mystery and pursuit. Follow the exploits of Isaac and Amelia, a brother and sister who must devise a series of beguiling gizmos to rescue their uncle from a skyship that's been commandeered by a nefarious villain and his rogue automatons. Each chapter contains an installment of this captivating story along with the step-by-step instructions and list of tools and materials you'll need to create the featured gadgets.

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