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The heritage sampler : a book of colonial arts & crafts

Author: Cheryl G Hoople; Richard Cuffari
Publisher: New York : Dial Press, [1975]
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : English
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Discusses the practical necessity of the crafts employed by the American colonists. Includes instructions for duplicating the crafts today.
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Genre/Form: History
Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cheryl G Hoople; Richard Cuffari
ISBN: 0803754140 9780803754140 0803754302 9780803754300
OCLC Number: 1504718
Description: x, 132 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Cornbread --
Johnnycakes --
Hot spiced cider --
Apple fritters --
Irish soda bread --
Homemade butter --
Patchwork pillow --
Dried fruits and vegetables --
Roasted nuts --
Gourd doodads --
Popped corn --
Braided cornhusk hot pads --
Mats --
Baskets --
Seventies sampler --
Friendship pillow --
Weaving --
Tin can candles --
Braided rug --
Hooked rug picture --
Silhouettes --
Paper cuttings --
Wall decorations, pictures, and cards --
Paper chains and snowflakes --
Pomander balls --
Sachets --
Herb garden --
Drying herbs --
Pressed flower fancies --
Dried bouquets --
Scented potpourri --
Rag doll --
Apple-head doll --
Cornhusk dolls --
Popcorn and berry chains --
Scandinavian straw ornaments --
Christmas tinsel --
Straw doll --
Gingerbread cookies for the Christmas tree --
Maple syrup candy.
Responsibility: by Cheryl G. Hoople ; pictures and diagrs. by Richard Cuffari.

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Discusses the practical necessity of the crafts employed by the American colonists. Includes instructions for duplicating the crafts today.

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