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Vintage Craft Workshop

Fresh Takes on Twenty-Four Classic Projects from the '60s and '70s

By Cathy Callahan,Photographs by Meiko Takechi Arquillos

7-1/4 x 10 in; 152 pp;
35 color photos, 20 vintage photos, b/w how-to illustrations throughout, 12 perforated craft paper template sheets, back pocket
Paperback
April 2011
ISBN 9780811875325
ISBN10 0811875326

SKU# 9780811875325

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Macramé, appliqué, decoupagé, and more! Cathy Callahan, founder of the popular blog Cathy of California, brings a fresh look to crafts from the '60s and '70s in Vintage Craft Workshop. With an eye toward style, not kitsch, su...
Vintage Craft Workshop


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Vintage Craft Workshop

Macramé, appliqué, decoupagé, and more! Cathy Callahan, founder of the popular blog Cathy of California, brings a fresh look to crafts from the '60s and '70s in Vintage Craft Workshop. With an eye toward style, not kitsch, superstar contributors including Diane Gilleland, Jill Bliss, and Derek Fagerstrom and Lauren Smith offer their unique interpretations on 24 vintage projects. Brimming with inspiration shots straight from Callahan's vintage craft books, color photographs of the finished projects, profiles of the original crafters, and tidbits about this unforgettable era, this spirited book makes vintage crafts perfectly stylish for today. Plus, it's easy to get started with step-by-step instructions, how-to illustrations, perforated template pages, and a handy back pocket. Papiermâché never looked so good!

 

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7-1/4 x 10 in; 152 pp;
35 color photos, 20 vintage photos, b/w how-to illustrations throughout, 12 perforated craft paper template sheets, back pocket
Paperback
April 2011
ISBN 9780811875325
ISBN10 0811875326
Cathy Callahan is the founder of CathyofCalifornia.com and has been featured on the Early Show, the Martha Stewart Show, and in Sunset Magazine. She lives in Los Angeles.

Meiko Takechi Arquillo's photographs have appeared in numerous magazines and books in the U.S. and Japan. She lives in Los Angeles.