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Home Improvement & Design
  • Author:
    Susan Oliver
  • ISBN:
    1584793821
  • ISBN13:
    978-1584793823
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  • Publisher:
    Harry N. Abrams; 1 edition (October 26, 2004)
  • Pages:
    80 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Home Improvement & Design
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The Ties That Bind book.

The Ties That Bind book. The Ties That Bind: Life's Most Essential Knots and Ties.

The book provides instructions for executing practical knots; making bows for gifts; and tying scarves, sarongs, and .

The book provides instructions for executing practical knots; making bows for gifts; and tying scarves, sarongs, and men's neckwear. I picked this little book up, expecting just straightforward instruction on how to make useful knots for sarongs, ribbons, and neckties-which the book indeed delivers-but I was also pleasantly surprised to find some very lovely quotes, culled from literature through the ages, about the literal and figurative "ties" of our lives.

Whether you're wrapping your neck for a blustery day, adding a pretty bow to a package, or even tightening a rolled roast before cooking, The Ties That Bind. offers a basic repertoire of knots and bows to make life that much easier. Here are more than 20 different techniques for using practical knots, making decorative bows, and tying scarves, sarongs, and men's neckwear with stylish ‚lan.

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Автор: Oliver Название: Ties that bind: life s essential Издательство: Abrams Классификация: Семья, Дом И. .The book provides instructions for executing practical knots; making bows for gifts; and tying scarves, sarongs, and men& neckwear.

The book provides instructions for executing practical knots; making bows for gifts; and tying scarves, sarongs, and men& neckwear.

Tie Knots unravels the history of ties. 2 people found this helpful. Tie Knots unravels the history of ties, the story of the discovery of the new knots and some very elegant mathematics in action.

Knots & Crosses is a pretty nasty book, dealing as it does with a serial killer who . I also had no notion that Knots would be the first book of a series. Next time he would tie the gag a little tighter, just a little tighter, just that little bit more secure.

Knots & Crosses is a pretty nasty book, dealing as it does with a serial killer who preys on children. I’m fairly sure I meant it to be a contemporary reworking of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Having studied Stevenson’s masterpiece as part of my thesis, I was intrigued that he chose to set the story in London. This led me blithely to give Rebus a complex personal history and a name which was one of many in-jokes in the book (a rebus being a pictorial puzzle). Afterwards, he went to the drawer and took from it a ball of string.

Even though ties are basically a wardrobe essential for the modern man . How to Tie a Four in Hand Knot

Even though ties are basically a wardrobe essential for the modern man, it’s surprising how frequently even the most dapper of gentlemen are confused by simple tie knots. From the Windsor knot to the Four in Hand, there's a knot to suit every man, as well as different ways to personalise them. With so many different types of tie knots to choose from you need a guide, so check out our one, and enlighten yourself on every tie knot you need to know and how to tie them. The Four in Hand Knot. How to Tie a Four in Hand Knot. Take the wide portion of the tie and pull it until it is eight inches to a foot below the narrow section of the tie.

Offers a basic repertoire of knots and bows to make everything from getting dresssed to wrapping a present easier. The book provides instructions for executing practical knots; making bows for gifts; and tying scarves, sarongs, and men's neckwear.