The confusion of adolescence rolls through Sobel’s Collecting Sins like night fog on the beach. Fifteen-year-old Ben—no longer boy, not yet man—is struck with the potential in life for greatness, while at the same time is... Read More
Culled from the pages of Traditional Woodworking magazine, and first released to a British audience, this series gives American craftsmen a broad range of projects to tackle, from simple to complex, all of them handsome. These new... Read More
Forget the cold, wet, eeeuw; the glue; the black-smudged strips of newspaper; the mummified ballons. In Papier Mache, Juliet Bawden, a student of textile art and author of three other crafts books, conjures up fantastic fruit platters,... Read More
Twenty designers put on their inventive caps to come up with 40 charming, unique, and even dramatic aviary designs in The Ultimate Birdhouse Book. Some work with wood and gourds; others begin with manufactured cedar birdhouses. All end... Read More
Here’s another installation in Lark Books senior editor Deborah Morgenthal’s lineup of designer-produced craft books that are aimed to elevate an evening hobby into folk art. Here she has rounded up a talented group of designers and... Read More
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