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In BiblioCraft, Jessica Pigza shares her hunting and gathering skills so that creative's of all types can access the most inspiring resources, in person and online. Whatever the quest--historic watermarks, traditional Japanese family crests, historic millinery instructions--with Pigza's help everyone is able to find the inspiration they're looking for to bring their vision to life. In Part One of BiblioCraft, Pigza showcases the work of more than a dozen artisans who collaborated with her to explore an area of interest using library resources and then developed a project for the book accordingly. In Part Two, Pigza shares her best research know-how; explaining the roles of different types of libraries and how to make the best use of them, guiding users to the best online collections and how to access them and sharing search tips for using library catalogs.


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Fun, informative, and inspirational! 29 mars 2014
Par Mary Corbet - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Do you love crafting? Do you love the free and extensive resources offered through the library system? Are you constantly on the lookout for sources of inspiration for your own arts and crafts? Then this book is for you! Besides a wonderful assortment of fun craft projects inspired by library collections, Jessica shows the reader how to make the best use of library resources to find inspiration for your next art project. There are some really good lists of special collections and how to access them, including online resources and collections. Projects range from simple textile and paper craft projects to more complex projects. They include embroidery projects, quilling and other paper crafts, fabric stenciling and printing and more, with projects designed the author and by popular craft bloggers. It's a fun and informative book, great for gift-giving and for adding to your own craft library.
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Bravo! An essential resource for anyone with a library pass, antsy kids or time to make something 21 mars 2014
Par Christopher R. Kerr - Publié sur Amazon.com
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At a time when communities seem all too eager to shutter their libraries, here is the gifted Jessica Pigza to remind us of the many treasures at hand for anyone with the slightest creative spark. I am sorry that I bought just one copy; I am re-ordering several more for our local libraries.
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Wonderful--a rich resource! 21 avril 2014
Par ctreader - Publié sur Amazon.com
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BiblioCraft is a rich treasure trove for crafters and researchers, with gorgeous photographs throughout. I had expected it to be a project book----and it is, but the first part of the book is a valuable resource guide to using libraries, with lots of information on special collections: maps, quilts, manuscripts, knitting, and so much more. The second half of the book is where the projects are, and with each project there is information on the vintage library source that inspired the project. They range from the quick and easy (wool roses and dogwood blossoms) to fairly quick (watermark pillows) to longer (soil profile growth chart).
This book is a must for every public library and a great addition to any crafter's bookshelf.
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Part library resource guide, part how-to craft book. 19 août 2014
Par Brooke Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'll preface this by saying that this book performs a valuable service: it's driving force mission is to encourage people who aren't aware of a library's plethora of services to think about sourcing crafting ideas and reproducible materials via local public, academic, and governmental libraries. It gives step by step ideas on how to contact them for special collections and how to discuss your crafting plans and ideas with the librarian caretakers of these beautiful collections. If you'd like a book that discusses the topic of historic millinery, this book can set you off in the right direction with some resources to use. As a former technical services processor for a public library, our least-used collections were the beautiful art books in the oversized section and the gorgeous art panels in our Genealogy special collection. We would regularly discard these books for lack of circulation all because many people didn't know where to find them or how to ask for what they were searching for. In that way, this book performs a fabulous PSA.

However, if you're looking for a how-to craft book in the style of Make or Craft or even a Martha Stewart Papercrafting book, this book is going to fall short for you. While this book does has some great ideas on craft projects (and indeed, I did copy the "READ" Cross-Stitch project off of pp. 102-104 to do at home one weekend!), the projects only make up about 25-35% of the total book. If you're like me, and only looking for some crafty ideas, this would be a book better suited to borrowing from a library than taking up valuable shelf space in your home library.
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Beautifully made book but not for the beginner crafter 12 décembre 2014
Par C. Mariska - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Beautifully made book but not for the beginner crafter. Still, there are some projects I would like to try. If you are a more seasoned crafter who likes doing some research for inspiration you will LOVE this book.
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