Das E-Book beinhaltet eine Anleitung mit Schnittmuster für die Baby Long Beanie M#2 in den Größen 5056, 6268, 7480 und 8692. Die Babymütze M#2 ist eine Long Beanie die du wenden kannst. Der Loop L#1 ist in einer Einheitsgröße. Ich empfehle den Loop erst ab einem Alter von 6 Monaten zu verwenden. Schwierigkeitsgrad Super easy Dank der Schritt für Schritt Anleitung mit vielen Bildern sind die Baby Long Beanie M#2 und der Loop L#1 super einfach und schnell genäht. Als Material eignen sich dehnbare Stoffe wie Jersey oder leichter Sweat. Du darfst Einzelstücke und Kleinserien nach dieser Anleitung zum Verkauf anbieten. Bitte gib dabei die Quelle des E-Books an (Mütze undoder Loop von Handmade with Eva Baby). Industrielle Massenproduktion ist untersagt. Alle Rechte des Schnittmusters liegen bei Ines Bosnjak Handmade with Eva Baby. Das weitergeben, tauschen oder kopieren dieser Anleitung ist nicht erlaubt.
The Short Long Book:A Portrait of Michael Long, the Man Who Changed the Australian Game Martin Flanagan
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The more than eighty collaborators featured in this book comprise an A to Z of Vuitton s creative collaborations, especially from the last decade, with significant chapters devoted to the work of Nicolas Ghesquiere, Marc Jacobs, Takashi Murakami and other key collaborators. Never forgetting the long tradition of the house, the period covered by the book from the late 1990s through the present day will describe the role that Louis Vuitton is playing in a crucial moment in global fashion. Now with 536 pages, this edition features more than 130 pages of stunning new imagery that showcases the increasingly symbiotic relationship between fashion, art, and design.Gebundene Ausgabe.
Big Picture Book of Long Ago: Sam Baer
At once a style guide, an inspirational tome, and a how-to volume on creating one’s home, this book will serve as a go-to reference for all those seeking to spur their own creativity as they embark on the creation of home. When Diane Keaton decided that she wanted to build her own home from the ground up, she took the advice of her dear friend, film director Nancy Meyers, and took to the boards of Pinterest to find inspiration. There she discovered the practical and the fantastical, elements and styles long adored and ones that she never knew she was drawn to. Keaton’s dream house was officially under way and this book that resulted is a compelling account of her that house, from idea to realization in brick, stone, and wood. The House that Pinterest Built defines what home and house mean to the celebrated movie star, who is known for her love affair with houses and design. Filled with ideas that reveal a personal yet engaging aesthetic, this volume includes compelling photos from Keaton’s past homes and those she admires, as well as a multitude of details from every corner of those spaces and objects that excite and inspire the house designer and dreamer—dramatic staircases and magical light fixtures, film stills and book covers, pottery and art—drawn from the visual treasure trove known as Pinterest and Keaton’s private collection, as she creates and designs her newest house. Rich imagery is accompanied by Keaton’s ideas for selecting furniture, kitchen layout, and bedroom design; she talks about the importance of lighting in the bathroom and why the living room needs to be reimagined. Beyond the interior, she explores curb appeal and environmental sensitivity, always with an eye to making home the way it should be—a place of tranquility, a place where one is restored and where one returns to dream again and again. The book culminates in the dream realized, the house she has imagined, designed, and made, now shared with the world for the first time in all-new photography. ´´If you want to explore. If you love to see. If you’re looking to look; this book is an example of a home made from the gifts of other people’s addictive yearnings for the perfect home, with the perfect landscape and the perfect interior. It illustrates my choices of your choices. Who knows, you might find one of your pins here. You might smile. You might shake your head and say, ‘This isn’t what I had in mind.’ You might think: ‘Hey that’s my kitchen. She copied my kitchen.’ But the truth is, as much as I tried, I could never entirely recreate the light filled photograph of a kitchen that led the way to the journey that brought me here. No one can.” – Diane KeatonAbout the AuthorDiane Keaton is an Oscar-winning actress, director, and author. Her design aesthetic has been celebrated in several successful books that she produced, including California Romantica and House. Lisa Romerein is a Los Angeles–based photographer.
Book Illustration in the Long Eighteenth Century:Reconfiguring the Visual Periphery of the Text
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