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Forgotten Crafts

John Seymour

Forgotten Crafts

A Practical Guide

by John Seymour

  • 296 Want to read
  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Crescent .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Manufacturing,
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Sale Books,
  • Handicraft,
  • Sale Adult - Crafts / Hobbies,
  • Do-it-yourself work

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7673579M
    ISBN 100517054000
    ISBN 109780517054000

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Forgotten Crafts UK. 14 likes. A crafting hub for all. Join, share, ers: Review. Originally published in two separate volumes (The Forgotten Arts and Forgotten Household Crafts), this book brings under one cover the wisdom of John Seymour, a well-known thinker on matters of self-sufficiency, traditional arts, and voluntary r is a utopian--he has a vision of a better world where people aren't alienated from their labors/5().

Forgotten arts: Woodland crafts -- Building crafts -- Crafts of the field -- Workshop crafts -- Textiles -- Forgotten household crafts: Kitchen crafts -- Dairy crafts -- Laundry crafts -- Around the home -- Textile crafts -- Decorative craftsPages: "There is not a human skill that was ever developed that is not still practiced somewhere on this planet." -- John Seymour.

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Gene Logsdon's book is my all-time favorite useful title, with plenty of pictures and simple descriptions of the skills. When we moved "back to the farm" (actually, we'd been raised in Los Angeles, and were just starting out in a self-sufficient life-style), this book was literally a lifesaver.5/5(3).

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The Book of Forgotten Crafts, by Paul Felix, Sian Ellis and Tom Quinn. 1 comment. One Response. Subscribe to comments with RSS. philip hemmings said, on February 6, at pm. it does not express what is in the book, any chance of expanding on what is inside this nice book please so that I will know what am going to be buying thanks.

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household crafts need never be forgotten. From woodland and building crafts to the tasks of the kitchen and laundry, he explores every aspect of traditional life. Materials and workshop tools are usefully annotated, and techniques evoked in engaging words and pictures.

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