Taking flower essences doesn’t mean ignoring conventional medicine. Use both where and when appropriate. The two can easily be used to complement each other.
Everything in the known Universe vibrates (quantum physics) even we have a unique vibrational rate, and so do flowers and other plant life.
This book contain information on the following:
Basic Oils And Natural Remedies, List Of Essential Oils, Cinnamon Oil, Citronella Oil, Eucalyptus Oil, Evening Primrose Oil, Flaxseed Oil, Geranium Oil, Lavender Oil, Lemon Oil, Orange Oil, Carrier Oils, Carrier oils for children, Sweet Almond Oil, Apricot Kernel Oil, Jojoba Oil, Bach Flower Remedies, The Twelve Bach Flower Healers, Impatiens, Gentian, Mimulus and Clematis.....
Hobbies can help keep the creative juices flowing for all ages. As you become more proficient in your hobby, there is always the possibility of making a little money too. And what better way to make a few extra bucks than doing something that you absolutely love?
Some people go to great lengths to furnish their miniature dollhouse as realistically as possible. Tiny accessories of virtually everything one can need can be found for miniature houses.
Some of the subjects within the book are:
But where do you start?, History Of Dollhouses, Famous Doll Houses, Types Of Dollhouses, Tudor Dollhouses, Georgian Dollhouses, Victorian Dollhouses, Building A Dollhouse, Your first step is to design the dollhouse, Dollhouse Scale, Draw out the pattern on paper, Dollhouse Building Supplies, Doors, Windows, Flooring, Wallpaper, Lighting and Electrical Items, Six Steps To Creating The Perfect Dollhouse, Decide who will live in your dollhouse and much, much more.....
If you can keep the right balance in all your system, it can prove to be quite beneficial to your health. Soak up each color until you get your fill and go onto the next problem.
Check out the different options and form your own conclusions. You will find that the amazing colors are going to be part of you for a long time.
Buy your copy now and learn about breathing color, eating color, healing with color and crystals and much, much more.......
Many model train builders spend hours of their time and do not spare any expense on pursuing this hobby. It becomes all engrossing and affords many happy hours to the hobbyist.
There are so many models of trains coming from so many different eras that you can never run out of ideas for new projects. When one project is done usually the idea for the next project is already in place!
I have seen the faces of children where these model trains have been exhibited. They are a joy to behold. They do not delight children alone but people of all ages.
Many model train builders have made friends all over the world because of this hobby. These hobbyists are always looking for contacts where they can exchange information. There is a lot of information around which makes it more interesting and of course more of a challenge.
There seems to be enough suppliers around where you can obtain starter kits and various parts you require. The real challenge is of course when parts have to be made by you or sourced from some supplier far from your home town.
Once the love for model trains has bitten you, you will never look back and very few people that started this hobby will stop without any good reason. They will probably carry on right into old age!
I hope that you will thoroughly enjoy the information that I have taken great pleasure in putting together for you.
Some of the need to know facts within this book:
Parkinson’s Disease - The Shaking Palsy, Why Is Parkinson's Disease Difficult To Diagnose?, Who Gets Parkinson's Disease?, What Are The Factors That Effect Diagnoses?, Gender, Ethnicity, Heredity, Cigarette Smokers, Coffee Drinkers, Parkinson's Disease Are Some People Predisposed To It?, Symptoms Of Parkinson’s Disease, 5 Stages Of Parkinson's Disease, Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3, Stage 4, Stage 5, Recognizing Changing Symptoms In Parkinson's Disease May Help Patients To Better Manage, Their Condition, Coping With Depression After A Parkinson's Diagnosis, Is There A Correlation Between Parkinson’s Disease And Sleep Disorders?
If you are wanting to find out how to Marry A Millionaire, For real, then the book "Tips on How to Marry a Millionaire - Find out how to Find a Rich Man and how to Marry Rich" is the book that you have been looking for.
You will find out :
-How can I marry my money?
-How to date a millionaire guy?
-How to marry a millionaire or a billionaire or even a trillionaire?
The thought of marrying a millionaire always has a sense of adventure attached to it. There are many people – both men and women – that have this dream. The thought of having enough money to buy whatever you wish and to live a lavish lifestyle is always exciting.
The question does arise, however, how does one meet a millionaire?
This is not as difficult as it seems in this day and age with so many online dating services at our disposal. There are so many dating sites on the internet that by surfing the net you will find a couple that are especially created for millionaires looking for partners. Once you have registered and placed your profile on the site you can either wait for someone to contact you or you could contact someone that you think might suit you your specifications
You have to make your profile as attractive as you can to draw the viewers attention. It is not intended to be a list of your attributes but a description of yourself – your character and what you enjoy doing in your spare time. Your hobbies and sports you are involved in tell people a lot about you.
If you are set on marrying a millionaire you need to start thinking like a millionaire and acting like one. Adopt a self assured attitude and walk with confidence so that when you eventually meet your millionaire face to face this will not be an act but part of your being.
Your code of dress is so important. When you are turned out well you will feel good about your self and this shows. This all adds up to help give you the self confidence you need to pull this off.
One wonders just how many eligible millionaires are out there looking for a partner! The fact that there are dating sites especially for these people proves that there are more than we think. I think this cancels the myth that if you are a millionaire you can get any girl or guy you want. Maybe want you can get is not what you want!
If this is your dream to meet and marry a millionaire and live happily ever after I sincerely hope that your dream will be realised and by reading this book you will get a few tips to make your search easier!
Learn to make:
A Necklace From Charms, Buttons And Curtain Rings
A Necklace From Beads And Curtain Rings
A Bracelet From Beads And Wire
A Necklace From A Copper Pipe Connection, Beads And A Piece Of Cord
No vacation is complete without playing golf at the vacation resort golf course, or trying out the golf courses in various spots in the world. This is always a highlight of any vacation.
It is a game that can be enjoyed by all ages and men and women alike find it exhilarating.
It is like any other sport, you do not necessarily have to play in tournaments and spend hours practising to perfect your game if you do not want to. You can spend many happy hours playing golf just by having the basic knowledge of the swings and the rules of the game.
By playing regularly you will automatically get better at the sport. Practice does not always “make perfect” but it goes a long way in improving the situation. By observing how good players swing you can pick up a lot of tips from them.
The main thing is that you do not want to be embarrassed on the golf course, you at least want to have the thrill of being able to hit straight.
I hope by reading these tips and applying them you will be able to improve your game and so have many happy hours on the golf course.
I have made a study of the remedies and realise that unless you want to become a victim of the “cure” as well, you need to start becoming pro active and investigate for yourself what it is that triggers off your attacks.
Buy your copy and learn how to be pro active and find your triggers......
Beautiful, unique knitted bead jewelry for all your women friends and family members.
AND the plus point is ..... it is much easier to make them than you would assume!!
This book examines some of the myriad ways in which Islam is being expressed in contemporary Indonesian life and politics. Authored by leading authorities on Indonesian Islam, it gives fascinating insights into such topics as the marketisation of Islam, contemporary pilgrimage, the rise of mass preachers, gender and Islamic politics, online fatwa, current trends among Islamist vigilante and criminal groups, and recent developments in Islamic banking and microfinance.
Foxfire has brought the philosophy of simple living to hundreds of thousands of readers, teaching creative self-sufficiency and preserving the stories, crafts, and customs of Appalachia. Inspiring and practical, this classic series has become an American institution. In July 2016, Vintage Shorts celebrates Foxfire's 50th Anniversary.
55 photos help you with every step of the dolls.
A basic knowlegde of crochet terms is required to read the patterns.
A treasured guide beloved by knitters everywhere, the classic book The Principles of Knitting is finally available again in a fully revised and updated edition. This is the definitive book on knitting techniques, with valuable information for everyone from beginners to experienced knitters. June Hiatt presents not only a thorough, thoughtful approach to the craft, but also a passion for carrying on the art of knitting to future generations. She has repeatedly tested the various techniques and presents them with clear, easy-to-follow instructions—as well as an explanation of what each one can contribute to your knitting. Informed by decades of experience and thousands of hours of practice, this comprehensive resource offers a variety of ways to approach every skill and technique and offers solutions that can help solve the most challenging aspects of any knitting project.
The Principles of Knitting has been totally rewritten—new instructions, new illustrations, and new information. While the basics of knitting have not changed much, June’s understanding of the material has deepened over the last twenty-five years, and she’s eager to share what she has learned with the knitting world. In addition, the book has been reorganized to make it easier to use and has a gorgeous new design.
Reading The Principles of Knitting is like having a knitting mentor by your side who can answer any knitting question you have in an honest, intelligent, informed manner.
The eagerly anticipated first book by popular toy designer Shelly Down, My Felt Doll shows sewers of all abilities how to make adorable soft dolls using the most basic of materials and skills.
With just felt sheets and a handful of simple notions, you will learn how to sew the simple yet delightful doll pattern and then discover 11 imaginative variations on the design, plus over 40 accompanying accessories û from a mermaid to a witch, from a princess to a superhero and from a ballerina to a bride û guaranteed to delight little girls everywhere.
With no hems to sew and all the stitching done by hand, My Felt Doll makes a great entry point to sewing dolls for beginners and even children.
Full-size templates make life easy û trace straight from the page with no need to enlarge.
Convertible Crochet is a brand new way to think about crochet fashion, exploded lace motifs, and flattering silhouettes. Award-winning designer Doris Chan helps you get more out of crochet with these endlessly adaptable patterns and techniques that can work with a variety of different looks, personal styles, and body shapes. You'll learn to personalize these designs by easily making alterations, adding removable elements, or simply styling the piece in an ingenious new way. Make it once. Wear it again and again.
What’s the number one mistake that knitters make? They follow a pattern exactly! In this comprehensive guide to sweater construction with an exclusive bonus chapter containing four extra sweater patterns, acclaimed knitting instructor Sally Melville reveals the secrets to creating or modifying a pattern so the finished project looks and fits exactly how you want it to. Pattern drafting has never been easier to understand as Sally breaks down each skill, including how to
• calculate your personal measurements, ease, and stitch patterns
• create a pattern for an existing garment that you love
• shape a variety of necklines, shoulders, sides, sleeves, and hemlines
• combine garment elements for an endless array of design possibilities
• rescue a project when it doesn’t turn out as expected
• finish your projects with a professional look
• knit 12 original projects that showcase the elements covered in the book
With Sally’s knitting expertise at your fingertips, you have all the tools you need to adjust patterns to fit you better than ever and create patterns that finally make your dream designs a reality.
Veteran tatting instructor Rozella Linden has included clear, step-by-step instructions that will help you create simple rings and picots for such projects as earrings, a small sunflower, and an ice crystal as well as chains for flower pins, a small rosette, a lacy square, and a snowflake ornament — among other designs. Advanced tatters will find directions for completing elegant projects that include a tatted necklace (which can also be used as edging), an oval doily, a fancy snowflake, and a delicate table mat.
Over 65 drawings and photos enhance this collection of easy-to-do but very attractive patterns that will not only inspire and delight anyone interested in this intriguingly beautiful craft but also enable even beginning tatters to create treasured possessions of exquisite handmade lace.
Encyclopedic in scope, the book features two main parts to help you brush up on the basics and take your skills to a new level. First, the Techniques section guides readers through Sewing, Appliqué, Embroidery, Quilting, Dyeing, and Printing. Following that, the Projects A to Z section features more than 150 clever ideas (including many no-sew projects), all illustrated and explained with the clear, detailed instructions that have become a signature of Martha Stewart’s magazines, books, and television shows.
An enclosed CD includes full-size clothing patterns as well as templates that can be easily produced on a home printer. Fabric, thread, and tool glossaries identify the properties, workability, and best uses of common sewing materials. And, perhaps best of all, when you need it most, Martha and her talented team of crafts editors offer you the reassurance that you really can make it yourself.
The projects are as delightful as they are imaginative, and include classic Roman shades, hand-drawn stuffed animals, an easy upholstered blanket chest, a quilted crib bumper, French knot-embellished pillowcases and sheets, and Japanese-embroidered table linens, among many others.With gorgeous color photographs as well as expert instruction, this handy guide will surely encourage beginners and keep sewers and crafters of all experience levels wonderfully busy for many years to come.
From the Hardcover edition.
• Black capes are so 1897, instead get stylish with the dead sexy Sidhe Shrug.
• Unleash your inner shapeshifter with the Werewolf Hat.
• Keep warm while holding hands with your vampire by wearing these Bellisima Mittens.
• Around humans? Use the Blood Bottle Cozies to disguise your beverage.
Whether you are wandering the Carpathian Mountains or the bayous of Louisiana, these smoldering projects—for knitters of all levels—will keep you well protected, no matter what you attract.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
Marianne Kinzel, well known to knitters in the United Kingdom and the United States, has long been admired for her clear presentations and original designs. In this second volume, she begins with basic instructions, allowing the average knitter to work easily from the instructions in the patterns. Other chapters outline many new designs in lace knitting for two needles, for knitting with wool, for oval and oblong designs, and for round designs. Over 29 complete projects include lace by the yard, altar lace, dress trimmings, tea cloths, scarves, stoles, dinner cloths, and cheval sets. Instructions are presented both in the traditional written-out method and in the chart-and-symbol method. There are keys to the charts in the three languages, lavish and helpful illustrations, and sound practical advice on knitting techniques plus finishing and laundering each piece. There are also instructions for altering the patterns to your own special needs.
The designs in this book are among Marianne Kinzel's most requested. Amateur and professional knitters alike will note the extraordinary virtuosity underlying such a design as "Lilac Time," which can be adapted to so many different forms, and the contemporary appropriateness of such designs as "Grand Slam," "La Traviata," and the "Daffodil," "Balmoral," and "Rose of England." You will also find the projects comparatively short in time and low in cost to accomplish.
Crochet pattern to create the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland.
Who has not read Alice's Adventures in Wonderland? Alice falls through a rabbit hole and finds herself in an enchanted fantasy world. In this world she meets peculiar creatures. Alice finds the Cheshire Cat in a tree. It constantly grins and can disappear and reappear whenever it likes. Sometimes it disappears and leaves its grin behind.
Size: The Cheshire Cat is 6.5 inches tall (16.5 cm). This excludes the ears.
For materials you can use:3.00 mm hook ply yarn (white, light pink, purple and yellow) Black embroidery flossPolyester fiberfillTapestry needle10" (25 cm) Pipe cleaner or iron wire
Crochet skill level: Intermediate (requires knowledge of basic crochet terms). The pattern is in English (using US crochet terms). The steps which might be more difficult are described in detail with 25 photos to guide you with every step.
- The finished dolls are not suitable for children 3 years and younger because of loose parts.
With the patterns in this splendid collection, crocheters can again re-create many of the same eye-catching designs that were once presented in now-rare thread-company instruction booklets of the 1940s and '50s. Included here are designs for a delicate three-piece filet crochet vanity set displaying the timeless beauty of the daffodil; exquisite edgings depicting violets, fuchsias, and begonias; a lovely bedspread titled Friendship Garden; a Rose O' Summer doily centerpiece; a breathtaking doily set titled Forget-Me-Not Swirl; a variety of colorful pansy motifs incorporated in a bedspread, refreshment set, and two different doilies; a lacy lily-of-the-valley doily; and two dozen other irresistible designs.Easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions and 36 finely detailed photographs enable crocheters at all levels to create a treasure chest of stunning, heirloom-quality items. In addition, a brief introduction provides helpful hints on how to care for completed projects through proper washing and blocking.
Included are patterns for tablecloths: an airy Summer Snowflake, the beautiful Sunburst Splendor, an elegant Enchantress, and a spectacular Florentine banquet cloth; placements and luncheon sets (the delicate Summer garden and the captivating Snow Crystal); a charming Land of Nod spread for a child's crib; an assortment of intricate, eye-catching doilies; a variety of edgings to complement pillowcases, napkins, and other household items; and many more beautiful motifs.
Each pattern is accompanied by a complete list of necessary materials. Detailed row-by-row instructions guide beginning and advanced needleworkers through each step of the crocheting process.
The author gives the names of the stitches and patterns traditionally used in making Jerseys and Guernseys, and she tells you exactly how to knit every sweater in this book using those patterns and stitches. Here you will find patterns taken from sweaters found in Yorkshire, Norfolk, the west coast of Ireland, the Scottish Hebrides, and the Aran Islands. These are sweaters that have often been handed down from father to son for several generations, they wear so well. Instructions for these sturdy sweaters are given row by row for knitting fronts, backs, sleeves, and necks, in the traditional fashion. Each set of instructions is accompanied by a diagram of the pattern and, often, by a photograph of the finished sweater. All of these sweaters can be worn by either men or women, but the author has also provided full directions for making two sets of sweaters and cardigans expressly adapted for ladies' wear. Mrs. Thompson also includes interesting information about the people who gave her the patterns for this book.
All too often, the root cause of a sock's triumph or failure is the yarn itself. In The Knitter’s Book of Socks, Clara Parkes shows you how to knit socks from yarn up, following the sock yarn life cycle from its foundations to its final moments on a proud foot. By understanding a sock's basic needs—elasticity, strength, and moisture management—you’ll learn how to play with these tools like building blocks, confidently combining fiber, twist, ply, pattern, and clever stitch tricks to construct your perfect pair of socks.
To help put these principles into practice, The Knitter’s Book of Socks also offers 20 fresh, original patterns from today’s sock-design luminaries, including Cookie A, Cat Bordhi, Ann Budd, Nancy Bush, Anne Hanson, and Melissa Morgan-Oakes. The socks presented here run the gamut from simple knit-and-purl combinations suitable for beginners to innovative designs with lush colorwork, swirling cables, and delicate lace.
Understanding the elements of yarn is the first step on every successful sock knitting journey. With this book as your guide, you’ll learn how to make any sock yarn shine and love every pair of socks you knit.
From the Hardcover edition.
The designs range from tiny coasters to a handsome checkerboard luncheon set and include elegant collars, elaborate tracery patterns for doilies and luncheon mats, and delicately beautiful edgings for pillowcases, guest towels, and table mats. Among the highlights: a distinctive Victorian tray mat, a handkerchief with a butterfly corner, heirloom baby caps and bonnets, a sunburst doily, and a spectacular jabot collar.
This rich treasury of tatting classics, complete with full instructions and a photograph of each creation, offers needleworkers a dazzling assortment of time-honored designs that are ideal for home, family, and personal use, and perfect as gifts that exquisitely display the giver's needlework expertise.
In her trademark style, McPhee talks about knitting, parenting, friendship, and--gasp!--even crocheting in essays that are at times touching, often hilarious, and always entertaining. Fans of her popular blog at www.yarnharlot.ca/blog/ will adore this all-new collection of tales of the woolen and silky skein, which follow the Yarn Harlot's previous exploits chronicled inside Yarn Harlot and Free-Range Knitter.
In this twelfth volume of the series, you'll find reminiscences about learning to square dance and tales about traditional craftsmen who created useful items in the old-time ways that have since disappeared in most of the country. Here are lessons on how to make rose beads and wooden coffins, and on how to find turtles in your local pond. We hear the voices of descendants of the Cherokees who lived in the region, and we learn about what summer camp was like for generations of youngsters. We meet a rich assortment of Appalachian characters and listen to veterans recount their war experiences. Illustrated with photographs and drawings, Foxfire 12 is a rich trove of information and stories from a fascinating American culture.
Have you ever wished you could call an expert and ask for a five-minute explanation on the particulars of a fabric you are sewing? Claire Shaeffer provides this key information for 88 of today's most popular fabrics. In this handy, easy-to-follow reference, she guides you through all the basics while providing hints, tips, and suggestions base don her 20-plus years as a college instructor, pattern designers, and author.
In each concise chapter, Claire shares fabric facts, design ideas, workroom secrets, and her sewing checklist, as well as her sewability classification to advice you on the difficulty of sewing each fabric. Color photographs offer further ideas. The succeeding sections offer sewing techniques and advice on needles, threads, stabilizers, and interfacings. Claire's unique fabric/fiber dictionary cross-reference over 600 additional fabrics.
An invaluable reference for any one who sews, Sew Any Fabric provides practical, clear information for novices and inspiration for more experienced sewers who are looking for new ideas and techniques.
¥ Are certain needles better for certain yarns?
¥ What if I dropped a stitch several rows back?
¥ Why do my edges tend to curl up?
¥ Can you use a different weight yarn than the pattern calls for?
¥ What can I do to keep my yarns from tangling up?
¥ Oops, I see my ribbing is way too tight. Now what?
Covering the whole range of situations a beginner is likely to face, along with the problems that may arise for those working more advanced patterns, this Answer Book will help knitters and crocheters of all levels. Each book is packaged in a small, take-along trim size, in a friendly-to-use Q&A format, and belongs in the bag of every knitter. Available 24/7, The Knitting Answer Book is always open, ready for yarn lovers to browse and consult to their heartÕs content.
The Mother and Little Girl pattern include how to make the Mother, Little Girl and Bean Bag. A basic knowledge of crochet is required to make the dolls. They are made with the single crochet stitch (UK: double crochet). Only the flower is made by using chain and double crochet stitch (UK: treble crochet).
The size of the doll depends on the size of the crochet hook, thickness of yarn and how you stuff them; bigger hook and thicker yarn make a bigger doll. A doll stuffed tightly is bigger than a loosely stuffed doll.
Little Girl: 2.6 inches/ 6.5 cm high (sitting position)
Mother: 4.6 inches/ 11.5 cm high (sitting position)
Bean Bag: diameter = 5.6 inches/14 cm, height = 2.2 inches/ 5.5 cm
I hope you enjoy making this beautiful set.
~ Sayjai ~