By Mark Lareau
All stressed Up: cord recommendations for the Beadworker and jewellery Maker ДИЗАЙН, ПРОФЕССИИ И РЕМЕСЛА, ХОББИ и РЕМЕСЛА Автор: Mark Lareau Название: All stressed out Up: cord recommendations for the Beadworker and jewellery MakerИздательство: Interweave Press Год: 2000 Формат: DjVu Размер: 15,75 Mb Страниц: 111 Язык: английскийThe step by step suggestions featured during this richly illustrated e-book take the newbie who is familiar with little approximately wirework on a trip to making creative and designated free-form jewellery. utilizing around cord that's available and economically possible, wireworkers research every little thing from the way to carry pliers to the right way to make ear wires, hook-and-eye closures, and cages for marbles and cabochons. Line drawings, images of comprehensive gadgets, and a wirework gallery of items by way of the writer and different modern wirework artists offer pattern creations and concepts for the leading edge wireworker.uploading.com.com eighty five
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7 canvas holdall containing comb, shaving kit, etc. Right: A soldier of the Imperial Camel Corps Brigade. which included BritiSh. Australian, New Zealand and Indian troops. There was a considerable degree of individualism in the dress and equipment of members of the Brigade. who often used Arab items as well as British j ,:•, , 40 A Bedouin tribesman. His head is covered with a keffiyeh. bound with an aga/• a double coil of goat hair >' • Below: SoldIers of the Indian Army. From feft to fight: A sepoy of the 2nd Gurkha RIfles.