Series: Golden Hands Special

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Golden Hands 150 of the World's Most Beautiful Roses and How to Grow Them by Peter Raymond Slater Hunt
Golden Hands Special: Zigzag Stitchery by Golden Hands:
Creative Needlepoint (A Golden Hands Special, 4) by Gabrielle Weaver4
Golden Hands Special #4: Creative Needlepoint by Golden Hands4
BAKE YOUR OWN BREAD. by Yvonne Deutch6
Golden Hands Special #10: All About Patchwork by Liz Goodman10
All You Need to Know About Home Preserving 101 Ways of Preserving Fruit, Vegetables. And Herbs by Golden Hands11
Golden Hands Special #18: Indoor Gardening by Maureen Gregson18
Golden Hands Special #19: Knit & Crochet Babies' Wardrobe by Golden Hands19
Toys to knit & crochet (Golden hands special no. 21) by Renny Harrop21
Home Candy Making (Golden Hands Special No. 22) by Jackie Cunningham-Craig, ed22
Patchwork & Applique (Golden Hands Special No. 23) by Carol Collins23
Golden Hands Special #26: How to Improve Your Knitting Techniques by Liz Goodman26
Golden Hands Special #38: Quick & Easy by Golden Hands38
Golden Hands Special #40: How to Improve Your Crochet Techniques by Nicky Hayden40

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