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Paper is usually considered to be a practical but disposable material, making it easy to overlook the satisfying process of papermaking and the subsequent pleasure of handling an individual sheet with a unique edge or surface layered with texture and color. There are an infinite number of ways to be creative with paper and basic materials like torn papers, water, mesh, and a wooden frame. New Crafts: Papermaking features project ideas that a craftsperson of any skill level can use, both to recreate the secrets of this ancient craft and to develop them into contemporary interpretations.
Publisher: London : Lorenz, c1999.
ISBN: 9781859678923
Branch Call Number: 676.22 Cou
Characteristics: 96 p. : 26 cm.
Additional Contributors: Williams, Peter


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