Meine kleine Kuschelfarm
Author: Christel Krukkert
Publisher: Bassermann Verlag
Ferien auf dem Bauernhof?! Die gehäkelte Version lässt jedes große und kleine Kinderherz höher schlagen: Bauer Hans und Bäuerin Emma werden von Knecht Martin unterstützt, wenn Traktor und Güllewagen bei der Feldarbeit zum Einsatz kommen. Auf der Weide sind Berta, die Kuh, Bruno, das Pferd, und Viktor, das Schwein, unterwegs; und auf dem Hof jagen sich Katze und Hund, während eine Hühnerfamilie geruhsam im Gras scharrt und Kaninchen im Karottenbeet wühlen. Der Bauernhof wird von Vogelscheuche, Zaun und Strohballen komplettiert und lässt sich dank der genauen Anleitungen problemlos anfertigen.
Crochet Prayer Shawls
Author: Inc. Leisure Arts
Publisher: Leisure Arts
Crochet Prayer Shawls -With 15 shawls in various shapes and stitch patterns, this small hardcover book is handy for crocheters to take along. Concealed spiral binding.
Ignite your crochet hook and get ready for a crafting adventure from that galaxy far, far away. With nearly 80 full-color images and easy-to-follow directions, this kit is perfect for the Padawan crocheter and Master crafter alike. Create Luke, Leia, Yoda, Darth Vader, Boba Fett, a stormtrooper, and many more - all in the popular Japanese style of amigurumi. Whether for playing, reenacting, or displaying, who can resist these beloved Star Wars characters? Star Wars Crochet contains everything you need to make two adorable characters (Yoda and a Stormtrooper) including five colors of yarn, a crochet hook, stuffing, eye beads, and a yarn needle.
"This unique crochet book follows the lives of cute critters in cocoons as they transform from tiny bugs to beautiful butterflies, ladybirds and dragonflies. It features 15 adorable crochet patterns for various butterflies, moths, ladybirds and beetles, as well as flowers and leaves for them to feed on and a special crocheted carry bag to keep the whole set safe. Each bug is accompanied by an enchanting story to bring its character to life."--
Author: Christen Haden, Mariarosa Sala
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
With the explosion of the amigurumi craft trend, Yummy â€˜Gurumi brings 20 offbeat, unexpected, and charming crochet projects to crafters. Yummi 'Gurumi: Over 60 Gourmet Crochet Treats to Make from Christen Haden and Mariarosa Sala is a "cookbook" for the hottest trend in the yarn craft world: crocheting tasty treats that look good enough to eat! Yummi 'Gurumi features 20 "recipes" to guide crafters--from the hairnet set to the hipster jet set--through this evolutionary next step in the craft craze known worldwide as amigurumi--the Japanese word for knitting and crocheting cute, little animals and objects. With techniques easy enough for novices yet adaptable to keep expert crocheters interested, each of the delectable dishes in Yummi 'Gurumi takes less than an hour or two to create. Each design is explained with stitch guides, clear patterns, and easy-to-follow instructions. And perhaps the best part of Yummi 'Gurumi--no calories!
Why Koala Has a Stumpy Tail
Author: Martha Hamilton, Mitch Weiss
Publisher: Triangle Interactive, Inc.
When Tree Kangaroo and Koala dig a well to get some water, Tree Kangaroo ends up doing all of the work and Koala ends up with a stumpy tail in this origin story from Australia.
Ice Box Crochet
Author: Wai-Yee Ng
Provides instructions for crocheting food, dishes, and an ice box, with basic crocheting techniques and tips on reading the patterns.
The creative and versatile Bavarian two-round stitch technique makes this guide of 14 projects a unique alternative to standard crochet patterns. The characteristic diamonds accent everything from household wares, such as hot pads and a bag holder, to children's accessories and stylish fashion for adults that includes fingerless gloves and a cowl. Colorful photos inspire intermediate crocheters while the easy-to-follow instructions ensure successful results. Each of the projects is small enough that it can be worked on almost anywhere.
Swift For Dummies
Author: Jesse Feiler
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Swift is the future of Apple programming - the heir apparent to Objective-C, and that's good news! Designed from the ground up to be a simpler programming language, it's now easier than ever to get started creating apps for iPhone or iPad, or applications for Mac OS X! Trust Dummies to get you off to a strong start with Swift, whether you are an existing Objective-C programmer looking to port your code to Swift or even if you've never programmed for Apple in the past. Find out how to set up Xcode for a new Swift applications, use operators, objects, and data types; control program flow with conditional statement; and create new functions, statements, and declarations. Learn useful patterns in an object-oriented environment and take advantage of frameworks to speed your coding along. Find out how Swift does away with pointer variables and how to reference and dereference variables instead. Existing programmers will find out how to quickly port existing objective-c applications into Swift and get into the swing of the new language very ... swiftly. In the book, you'll find coverage of: -Moving existing Objective-C code to Swift -Operators -Collections and objects -Data types -Controlling data flow -Creating and using functions -Expressions -Statements -Patterns, generic parameters, and arguments -Initializing and deinitializing data -Closures -Classes -Methods -Memory management with automatic reference counting -Casting and nesting types -Using extensions and protocols
Author: Shizuku Katsuragi
Publisher: Harlequin / SB Creative
Matilda Paige is a plain girl working a simple job, helping resident doctor Henry Lowell heal the people of Somerset County. She has to split her time between her quiet boss, her ailing dad and a mother who wants to return to her former glory. While the job isn’t particularly hard, Matilda just can’t figure out Henry. On top of everything his fianc?e, Lucia, is aloof and disparaging, hiding a mean soul under a beautiful face. Matilda may have a crush on her boss, but can she heal his heart and show him that a little warmth might be just what the doctor ordered?
A Long Way to Shiloh
Author: Lionel Davidson
Publisher: Faber & Faber
Casper Laing, the young, fiery and brilliant Professor of Semitic Languages, is asked to decipher an ancient parchment found in Israel. Piecing together its mysterious fragments, his translation soon reveals directions to a shrouded location. Believed to be the secret hiding place of the True Menorah, an ancient and priceless Jewish candelabrum, the Jordanians and Israelis begin a frantic race to claim the prize. Surrounded by violent and treacherous rivals, Casper is enjoined on a deadly adventure deep into the burning Negev desert. A Long Way to Shiloh (1966), Lionel Davidson's third novel, was a Book Society Choice and won the Crime Writers' Association Gold Dagger Award as well as the Crime Critics' Award for Best Thriller of the Year. Published in the USA as The Menorah Men, it was a no. 1 bestseller on both sides of the Atlantic. It further cemented his reputation as one of the pre-eminent genre writers of his generation, and was described by the Guardian as 'first-rate' and by the New York Times as 'a supple delight in which learning, wit and style are beautifully integrated.'
Crocheted Sea Creatures
Author: Vanessa Mooncie
Publisher: GMC PUBLICATIONS LTD
This amazing collection of sea creatures to crochet will enchant children and adults alike. Inside this fun, colourful book there are 12 aquatic friends from all over the world to choose from, each with a distinct personality. The projects vary in level of complexity and there is a comprehensive techniques section to help you learn all the necessary skills. Each project includes beautifully drawn crochet charts and detailed instructions. Along the way the reader will also learn some interesting and sometimes surprising facts about these fascinating creatures.
After hearing about the exciting summer vacations of his classmates, Arthur decides to write an embellished version of his own summer experiences. Simultaneous.
Author: Malcolm Gaskill
The 1735 Witchcraft Act, charging that spirits of the dead had been raised by conjuration, was used for the last time in Portsmouth in 1944. The accused was Helen Duncan, a plump Scotswoman, convicted as a fraud yet believed by hundreds to possess the power to speak to the dead. This is her extraordinary story, and of religion and superstition in Britain in the first half of the 20th century.
"Provides instructions and diagrams for folding origami models of characters, objects, and symbols related to Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and the Justice League"--