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I have a 20 volume sewing and craft library that I will trade for 5 credits. I currently have them listed separately on my bookshelf. The 20 books, in good condition, were publ;ished in 1975 by Columbia House.Mary Harding, editor.Each volume, 81/2" by 11 1/4", has patterns and detailed instructions for knitting, crocheting, sewing methods, needlepoint and embroidery. There are numerous holiday projects.
The books are well-written and effectively encourage people to try projects that they haven't done before and give ways to finish these projects in a professional way. The patterns are easily read and the instructions are thorough. For a seamstress or serious crafter, these would be a wonderful addition to your library.I would prefer that they go as a set as opposed to individual requests even if it means fewer credits for me. These books were meant for somebody who has the time and interest to use them. The projects are timeless and exceptional.