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Summer Knitting for Little Sweethearts: 40 Nordic-Style Warm Weather Patterns for Girls, Boys, and Babies

Suitable for libraries with robust selections of knitting books but not for the faint-of-heart fiber artist.

Sew for Yourself: 50 Great Garments from Recycled Fabric, Using 5 Basic Patterns

This book will likely appeal to readers of all sewing levels, especially those who are environmentally conscious and interested in learning to sew with recycled materials.

Norway’s Knitted Heritage: The History, Surprises, and Power of Traditional Nordic Sweater Patterns

Likely to appeal more to those studying the history of clothing than to the casual knitter.

The Little Book of Flower Pressing: All the Basics Plus 11 Projects To Inspire You

With its overview of flower pressing’s rich history and a beginner-friendly guide to getting started, this book is a bona fide garden of delights that’s sure to inspire creations rooted in the past, yet flowering in the present.

Museum Quality: Exploring Art Quilts with SAQA

Quilters contemplating the leap from practical quilting to art quilting would find this book of interest. Recommended for libraries with strong fine arts, quilting, and general craft collections.

Leather Sewing: 8 New Projects for Leather Crafters of All Levels

A good choice for readers who enjoy exploring new crafts or those merely curious about leatherwork.

The Herbarium of Fabric Flowers: Twenty Flower Brooch Projects Translated from Nature

This book functions as both an art book and a how-to for crafting, which makes it an excellent inclusion in public libraries.

Create Naturally: Go Outside and Rediscover Nature with 15 Makers

An interesting study of art inspired by and integrating nature. Not an essential purchase for an art section but will likely be of interest to many artists and makers.

The Enigma of the Shadow Weave Illuminated: Understanding Classic Drafts for Inspired Weaving Today

Winter ensures shadow weave will keep evolving utilizing the powerful combination of text and subtext, of external and internal layering, that is integral to weaving.

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