Melvil Decimal System: 746.04
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Drawing; Decoration; Design
Amusements and Recreation
Art Antatomy; Life School
Decorative Art And Design
Stained and Iridecent Glass
Artistic Furniture; Fireplaces; Frames, etc.
Dyeing, Fabric Painting
Works under MDS 746.04
- Knitting Never Felt Better: The Definitive Guide to Fabulous Felting by Nicky Epstein
- The Artful Ribbon: Beauties in Bloom by Candace Kling
- Simply Felt: 20 Easy and Elegant Designs in Wool by Margaret Docherty
- Fleece in Your Hands by Beverly Horne
- Uniquely Felt by Christine White
- Textile Techniques in Metal: For Jewelers, Textile Artists & Sculptors by Arline M. Fisch
- Warm Fuzzies: 30 Sweet Felted Projects by Betz White
- Little Felted Animals: Create 16 Irresistible Creatures with Simple Needle-Felting Techniques by Marie-Noelle Horvath
- Photo Transfer Handbook: Snap it, Print it, Stitch it! by Jean Laury
- The Art of Feltmaking: Basic Techniques for Making Jewelry, Miniatures, Dolls, Buttons, Wearables, Puppets, Masks and Fi by Anne Vickrey
- Fa la la la Felt: 45 Handmade Holiday Decorations by Amanda Carestio
- Wool Pets: Making 20 Figures with Wool Roving and a Barbed Needle by Laurie Sharp
- How We Felt: Designs and Techniques from Contemporary Felt Artists by Carol Huber Cypher
- Indygo Junction's Needle Felting: 22 Stylish Projects for Home & Fashion by Amy Barickman
- Ribbonwork by Helen Gibb
- Twentieth-Century Pattern Design by Lesley Jackson
- Old-Fashioned Ribbon Art: Ideas and Designs for Accessories and Decorations by Ribbon Art Publishing Co.
- Felting by Hand by Anne Einset Vickrey
- Sweet Needle Felts: 25 Projects to Wear, Give & Hug by Jenn Docherty
- New Directions in Chenille by Nannette Holmberg
- Felt Frenzy: 26 Projects for All Forms of Felting by Heather Brack
- Felties: How to Make 18 Cute and Fuzzy Friends by Nelly Pailloux
- Glorious Ribbons by Christine Kingdom
- Shibori Knitted Felt: 20 Plus Designs to Knit, Bead, and Felt by Alison Crowther-Smith
- Fun with String by Joseph Leeming
- Fabulous Felted Scarves: 20 Wearable Works of Art by Chad Alice Hagen
- Shibori Knits: The Art of Exquisite Felted Knits by Gina Wilde
- Felt Forward: Modern Designs in Knitted Felt by Maggie Pace
- Felt: New Directions for an Ancient Craft by Gunilla Paetau Sjoberg
- Between the Sheets with Angelina by Alysyn Midgelow-Marsden
- Felt It! Stitch It! Fabulous!: Creative Wearables from Flea Market Finds by Katheryn Tidwell Bieber
- Crafting With Lace: More Than 40 Enchanting Projects to Make by Joyce Elizabeth Cusick
- Creative Ropecraft by Stuart E. Grainger
- Romancing Ribbons Into Flowers by Elly Sienkiewicz
- The Secrets of Fashioning Ribbon Flowers: Heirlooms for the Next Generation by Helen Gibb
- Kyuuto! Japanese Crafts: Fuzzy Felted Friends by Saori Yamazaki
- Creative Felting by Lizzie Houghton
- Learn Lacecraft by Audrey Vincente Dean
- English and American Textiles: From 1790 to the Present by Mary Schoeser
- Fundamentals of Feltmaking by Patricia Spark
- Understanding Rayon Chenille by Su Butler
- The Weekend Crafter: Feltmaking: Fabulous Wearables, Jewelry & Home Accents by Chad Alice Hagen
- Silk Brocades (India Crest) by Yasodhara Agrawal
- Velvet: History, Techniques, Fashions by Fabrizio De Marinis
- Big Little Felt Universe: Sew It, Stuff It, Squeeze It, Fun! by Jeanette Lim
- Needle Felting: Art Techniques and Projects (Feltcrafts) by Anne Einset Vickrey
- Scandinavian-Style Feltmaking: A Three-Dimensional Approach to Hats, Boots, Mittens, and Other Useful Objects by Patricia Spark
- Needle Felting by Hand or Machine: 15 Projects Using Easy-to-Learn Techniques by Linda Griepentrog
- Silk Designs of the Eighteenth Century: From the Victoria and Albert Museum, London by Clare Browne
- Sculpted Threads: Artful Brooches, Earrings and More (That Patchwork Place) by Janet Shipley Hawks
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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