Showing posts with label book. Show all posts
Showing posts with label book. Show all posts

Friday, September 29, 2023

Picked Up in Sweden

I was so happy the Viking Museum had a few craft books that I bought one. Another something to add to my list of things to do.


Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Big Book, One Pattern

This very large book has only one crochet pattern in it. The blanket it makes is equally huge. Now to look at getting started.

Sunday, February 10, 2019

Reddit Gift

For the last few years, I've participated in the Reddit Christmas Gift Exchange. This year, I received this book from a total stranger. It's a good book AND one I don't have in my library.

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

New Book

I've been admiring mandalas lately, so I hope to get to make some soon.

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

New Book

I think this is the first physical book I've bought in the past year or more.  After looking through it, I'm kind of like, "This is what all the buzz is about?"  I find it probably good for beginners, but don't really see much I'll be learning from it.

Friday, December 11, 2015

Bought A Book

My current stitching logbook is running out of pages, my stuff still isn't going to arrive for another month, and I need something.  So I bought this blank book at the craft market on the Ilha.

Saturday, September 12, 2015

New Temari Book

I have not had a new temari book in quite a while, and Andreas found this one on ebay for me.  He ordered it, I have it, and I will be making some temari from it soon.

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Found In Budapest

We got lost and found a stitch shop in Budapest.  So.... i had to buy something, right?  Two Hungarian crochet magazines, a quilting ornament kit, and a Japanese embroidery magazine.  Score!

Tuesday, January 06, 2015

Pretty Book

I've been collecting blank books again.  Picked this one up at the Budapest Christmas market.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

New Book

I love this language book series.  It's hard being dumped into a foreign country without a lick of language and then learning it on the fly.  This series (the book is the intermediate version) teaches Romanian to foreign business people.  Not even the beginner book has a single non-Romanian word in it.  This makes it suitable for teaching Romanian to people from any language.  The format is bright and colorful, and the CDs have a lot of audio content.  In the beginning book, I've covered several tenses of verbs and lots of things - like how to interact at stores and hotels and how to follow the gym instructor when exercising.  On top of everything else, it's fun.  It's also much, much better than any other Romanian as a foreign language book I've seen.