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by Barbara L. Grainger

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Barbara L. Grainger
Barbara L Grainger; First Edition (US) First Printing edition (August 8, 2000)
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For amateur and professional cooks and gardeners alike this is the definitive cook and reference book on edible flowers and micro greens. With over 100 recipes that will bring edible flowers and green leaves into your kitchen this easy-to-use cookbook includes recipes for picking.

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Dimensional Flowers, Leaves & Vines. Barbara L. Grainger, 27. Enameling. Wire (Project Book 2) Diane Trepanier, 22 Designing with Wire (Project Book 3) Lilli Brennan, 22 Designing with Wire (Project Book 4) Lilli Brennan, 22 Diamond Setting Manual: Procedures & Techniques Robert R. Wooding, 18 Diamond Setting: The Professional Approach Robert R. Wooding, 18 Dimensional Flowers, Leaves & Vines Barbara L. Grainger, 27 Enameling Jean Bolton King, 14 Enamels, Enameling, Enamelists Glenice Lesley Matthews, 14.

Barbara Pym’s best achievement, though, with A Few Green Leaves is. .Emma glanced at the flowers in the distance.

Barbara Pym’s best achievement, though, with A Few Green Leaves is that it reminds us with some ladylike determination that there’ll always be an England of wise spinsters and country retreats, part of the backbone of a bulldog nation known for its inability to admit defeat. She was becoming rather tired of daffodils. Their Wordsworthian exuberance had been overdone, she felt, crammed into cottage gardens and now such poetic drifts of them in the park and woods.

Techniques and overview instructions to create 14 dimensional beaded flower projects. The newest concept in beadwork books, Dimensional Flowers, Leaves & Vines is designed with the creative beadworker in mind. It presents a totally different format than any other beadwork book on the market today. With the creation of separate components,and mix n' match capabilities, this book takes you to the next step in creative contemporary beadwork. Even though it is geared to intermediate/advanced beadworkers, even beginners have been able to do many of the projects.
  • This can be a difficult book to find at a reasonable price ($30 is reasonable, $90 is not!) but I'm glad that I kept searching. I'm interested in making jewelry and other beaded items that include things like "flowers, leaves, and vines" so once I discovered that this book is about beading with thread and not with wire, I knew I needed to have a look at it. The book is a slim one with 44 all glossy pages. The instructions for the components are given using brief word descriptions along with black/white/gray diagrams. The diagrams are very neatly drawn using standard shapes, not handrawn squiggly lines. I think the entire book has a crisp, professional look. The photographs are stunning and delightful. It's not a long book, but it is densely filled with the instructions for these components. This is not a bead book that spends the first 20 pages telling you about different kinds of beads, beading needles and threads. Nope! The intro to the book is on the inside of the front cover, then there is a title page and a page for the Table of Contents, then 41 solid pages of instructions, diagrams and color photos, and on the inside of the back cover is a one-page "Basic Techniques Reminder" in case you forgot how to do basic brick stitch with slanted edges, basic tubular peyote, peyote rapid increase, peyote gradual increase, peyote advanced gradual increase, mixing bead sizes, random dot bleed blending technique or the two-needle peyote start. Yep, all that on one page! The book contains component instructions for ivy vine, diamond bell flower, heart flower, morning glory, weeping willow vine, textural applique, Aurora's rosettes, three tier peyote flower...and on and on and on. Projects pictured in color: branches with flowers and vines, necklace with bell flowers, netted necklaces with flowers, leaves, and vines; peyote covered jars with flowers, leaves, and vines; flowers on beds of beaded moss or bead-covered rocks; leafy cascades, rosette chokers....etc. It's a lovely book with beautiful examples of what you can create with the components, and instructions for recreating Barb's designs if you don't feel like making up your own. Hers are beautiful, but I will enjoy using the information about how to create the individual components to make my own designs. I think an intermediate to expert beader would be much more comfortable with following these instructions than would a beginner. But if you are a beginner who doesn't mind a challenge, someone who avoids beadwork books with "simple" or "easy" or "quick" in the title, this could be for you too. This is a very special book. Thanks for writing this book Barbara!

  • It was ok.

  • Great book!

  • I could not see that it offered anything new that could not be found elsewhere. For the price, I certainly think it should have been much better,

  • The pictures are great but the directions are not with the pictures. I have not made any of the designs yet as I need to modify the only pattern I purchased the book for. A disappointment.

  • I book was what I wanted but very surprised open up the cover to find the book was a personnel message in it to someone by the name of Jan ....... with a message to this person and someones signature. I really did not want a used book that had a personnel message in it and dated. So I am not very happy about this. Havent decided if I want to return this or not. I thought I had purchased a new book not a used one so still following up on that issue.

  • Be forewarned that this book is paperbound and very thin, with staples down the middle (as opposed to glitzy professional publishing). Nevertheless, I still gave it 5 stars because the projects are so uniquely beautiful, and the directions so clear.
    One critic complained that other authors provide many more ideas for the same price, and this is true. However, their directions are often much more superficial, and not all of their projects are very inspired. Speaking only for myself (obviously), I found this book well worth the price, and am thoroughly delighted with it. To me, the fact that the directions virtually ensure success, and that the projects are uniquely beautiful (rather than same old, same old) is invaluable to me. I love the book, and highly recommend it.

  • This is one of the most interesting and helpful bead books to come along in quite awhile. Not a pattern book, instead this book teaches beaders how to create three dimensional flowers that could be used as centerpieces for necklaces or many other projects, vines that can be earrings if used alone, fringe if done in several strands, necklace straps, bracelets, parts of sculpture, whatever. The possibilities are endless, the directions are lucid and easy to follow, and the completed projects shown inspire a beader to try them. This book really expands the dimensions of a beader's own creativity. Kudos to Ms. Grainger.