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April 2nd, 2011 at 3:47 pm

World Cat

in: Sewing

I love WorldCat. But lately, I have been having trouble saving stuff to my lists. So here is a list of books that I want to read.

The broken spears : the Aztec account of the Conquest of Mexico
The Mexico reader : history, culture, politics
Unfurling, A Mixed-Media Workshop with Misty Mawn
The Art Journal Workshop
Mexicolor: The Spirit of Mexican Design
Surface Treatment Workshop
Mixed-Media Paint Box
Mexico and the United States : ambivalent vistas
The Sweat of Their Brow
Lutradur and the new fibers
Plaster Studio: Mixed-Media Techniques for Painting, Casting and Carving
The watercolorist’s essential notebook, landscapes
Orbiting the giant hairball
The Watercolorist’s Essential Notebook – Landscapes
Fabulous fabric art with Lutradur
Common border, uncommon paths: race, culture, and national identity in U.S.-Mexican relations
Raw Art Journaling
Empire and Revolution: The Americans in Mexico since the Civil War
Create with Transfer Artist Paper
www.worldcat.org/title/create-with-transfer-artist-paper-use-tap-to-transfer-any-image-onto-fabric-paper-wood-glass-metal-clay-more/oclc/681502159&referer=brief_results
Remembering the hacienda
Picture This: The Near-sighted Monkey Book
Transfers and Altered Images
The Mexican Year Book
Acrylic Revolution: New Tricks and Techniques for Working with the World’s Most Versatile Medium
Sketchbook Confidential: Secrets from the private sketches of over 40 master artists
The Half-Made World
America’s Second Revolution: How George Washington Defeated Patrick Henry and Saved the Nation
Life on a Mexican Ranche
Keeping a Watercolor Sketchbook

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