From Library Journal: "The easy availability of clip art, photo imaging, and other types of transferable artwork makes personally created transfers generally more attractive than those purchased in craft shops. McCree, a craft designer and former editor of Handcraft magazine, provides step-by-step projects and techniques for transferring images to fabric, wood, stone, or polymer clay. The projects are mainly for household items such as pillows or flowerpots. A section of artwork to be copied for the projects is included. The up-to-date technical information in this book makes it a good selection for public libraries." Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information, Inc.
Book Description: "Integrate image transfer into your next craft project.The explosion of home computers, digital cameras, and photos being available on cd's or floppy disks has resulted in photos, images and clip art being at your finger tips for inclusion in a wide array of projects.
The book will be arranged in two sections. The first is an overview of each technique, explanation of materials, digital how-to, glossary of terms. The second is divided into chapters on different materials: fabric, wood, porous surfaces: terra cotta, tumbled marble, stone, polymer clay."