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Series: The Family Creative Workshop

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The Family Creative Workshop Volume 01 Acrylics to Batik by Allen Davenport Bragdon1
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 02 Beachcombing to Bottle Gardens by Steven R. Schepp2
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 03 Boxes to Card Tricks by Steven R. Schepp3
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 04 Carryalls to Confections by Steven R. Schepp4
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 05 Cosmetics to Egg Decorating by Steven R. Schepp5
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 06 Embroidery to Gingerbread by Steven R. Schepp6
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 07 Glass Working to Hot-Pot Cookery by Allen Davenport Bragdon7
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 08 Hooked Rugs to Lace by Allen Davenport Bragdon8
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 09 Lamps and Shades to Maps and Pathfinding by Allen Davenport Bragdon9
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 10 Marmalades and Preserves to Mosaics by Allen Davenport Bragdon10
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 11 Music to Papier Mache by Steven R. Schepp11
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 12 Parades & Festivals to Piñatas by Steven R. Schepp12
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 13 Pin Striping to Puzzles by Steven R. Schepp13
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 14 Quilling to Rope Knotting by Steven R. Schepp14
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 15 Rosemailing to Scrimshaw by Steven R. Schepp15
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 16 Sculpture to Silhouettes by Steven R. Schepp16
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 17 Silversmithing to Sprang by Steven R. Schepp17
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 18 Square Dancing to Sugar Shapes by Steven R. Schepp18
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 19 Sundials to Tatting by Steven R. Schepp19
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 20 Tea to Toys by Steven R. Schepp20
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 21 Traditional Knitting Motifs to Vegetable Dyes by Steven R. Schepp21
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 22 Vinegars to Wine by Steven R. Schepp22
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 23 Wire Sculpture to Zoetrope Toys by Steven Schepp23
The Family Creative Workshop Volume 24 Index and Reference by Steven R. Schepp24
The Family Creative Workshop Sets by Steven R. ScheppSets

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Series description

The original US series consisted of 24 books (including an Index book that was packed with reference guides, patterns etc.).
The UK series was not a full reproduction of the full US set and included only 19 books (ommiting #7,18,21,23, and 24 from the series - although many of the chapters were transported into some of the UK versions of the book).  The Index for the UK series was also just a 16 page booklet.
For this reason it would be ideal to split the US and UK copies if such a thing were possible to do successfully.

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