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Offers instructions for creating twenty-six projects that run from thirty minutes to several hours using a variety of construction methods to create such items as skirts, brooches, stuffed toys, and vintage clutches.
From the author of Meet Me at Mike's comes Sew La Tea Do, a gorgeous book for beginner sewers and crafters. Pip Lincolne shows you how to make 24 beautiful things for yourself, your home and your family. There's a blanket to roll up and take to the movies, cute-as-a-button kids' trousers and a super pretty wrap skirt. Learn how to make cushion covers from second-hand shirts or a simple sundress for lazy summer days in the park. Each project is carefully designed for beginner sewers, with an easy-to-use pattern and a list of all of the materials you will need. Pip also takes you through a range of simple sewing techniques and stitches, and there are heaps of suggestions for variations so you can experiment with new ideas once you've got your head around the basics. If you've ever wanted to try making your own clothes and accessories or are looking for some new sewing projects, Sew La Tea Do will encourage and inspire you to create beautiful pieces that you can wear, use and love.
Professional experience in initial teacher education programs can be both a challenging and rewarding experience. As student teachers take their first steps in the classroom, they often encounter stresses that compromise their teaching and learning. Within this context, well-being, resilience and self-efficacy are critical to their success. Building and sustaining a teaching career introduces the coping strategies, informal and formal practices, time management and organisational skills, and positive psychology critical to self-care for professional experience. The text uses case studies, 'fill your bucket' strategy building solutions, reflection activities and discussion and journaling questions designed to build capacity and develop reader knowledge, while pre-service teacher voices highlight key elements through real-world perspectives and experiences. Drawing upon a combination of teaching experience and education research, Narelle Lemon and Sharon McDonough present thoughtful, practical approaches that equip pre-service teachers with the necessary skills and knowledge for embarking on a successful teaching career.
Pip Lincole is the go-to woman for creative/crafty people, and she is always asked about how to be more creative. People want to be creative but they don't know where to start. This book shows you it is as simple as setting up a routine to bring creativity into your world. You need to create time and space for new ideas to come in. She shares her wisdom regarding priotizing your own creativity, doing new things, finding things that spark your exctitement and passion, being positive, creating routines, loving your work, and much more. And of course, no Pip book is complete without some crafty projects. Here are 10 original, exclusive, most-asked-for projects to get you started on your creative journey: crochet, knitting, pompoms, paint--something for everyone.
Presents a series of twenty-four crochet patterns for such items as hats, gloves, headbands, rugs, and necklaces, with information on tools, techniques, and supply sources.
A beginning step toward a lifelong love of cooking, this recipe book takes the junior chef on an adventure through a wide range of recipes, both savory and sweet, nurturing a love of "real" food through easy-to-understand instructions and playful, retro-style illustrations.
Keep Calm and Cast On is a delightful pocket book full of quotes, quips and wit plus expert troubleshooting tips and techniques to keep the contemporary knitter calm in the face of a dropped stitch. The wise and often amusing quotes are compiled from a myriad of sources, including historical and contemporary essays, poems and fiction. Also included is a selection of previously unpublished quotes from contributors such as Kaffe Fassett, Jared Flood, Brandon Mably, Pip Lincolne and other luminaries of the knitting world. Knitting's calming properties are well documented, and interesting facts concerning the therapeutic benefits of practising this craft are interspersed amongst the quotes and technical tips, ensuring that this book is not just informative and humorous but also good for your well-being. Alongside the witticisms and fascinating facts is solid, practical advice designed to keep the knitter sane while all around them is unravelling. Erika will share her foolproof tips for making sure you don't get yourself into a tangle and that your knitting will go that much smoother.

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