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TOY & DOLL MAKING

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SOFT TOY, TEDDY, & DOLL MAKING BIBLIOGRAPHY
NOW OVER 600 REVIEWS! - This is the most complete bibliography of soft toy books anywhere online!
SOFT TOY/TEDDY/DOLL MAKING SUPPLIERS
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TATTING

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TATTING Books/Magazines BIBLIOGRAPHY
NOW OVER 1,000 REVIEWS! This is the most complete bibliography for tatting online!
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CANDLEMAKING

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CANDLE-MAKING BOOK/MAGAZINE BIBLIOGRAPHY
OVER 70 REVIEWS!
CANDLE MAKING SUPPLIERS
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POLYMER CLAY

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POLYMER CLAY BOOK/MAGAZINE BIBLIOGRAPHY
OVER 50 REVIEWS!
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CHAINMAIL

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CHAINMAIL BOOK/MAGAZINE BIBLIOGRAPHY
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GRAB BAG OF BIBLIOGRAPHY PAGES:

American Legacy Quilt Index - Rose Lea's research covers quilt blocks published by various venues from the late 1800s through the decade of the 1930s with forays into the 40s, 60s and 70s - those decades dealing with the early home published quilt magazines. She has indexed tens of thousands of quilt blocks and put together a collection of source materials that is nothing short of amazing! I strongly recommend this site to anyone with the quilt bug. It's one thing to collect, but to organize and catalog it all so that others can benefit is a boon that should be recognized. If you go to her site, drop her a kind word, and tell her I sent you!

Amy's Antique Crochet Blog- This isn't a bibliography site, per se, but it does list a lot of antique crochet books, with links to where to buy many of them. I assume the links are to reproductions.

MAGAZINE BIBLIOGRAPHY- You complained, and I listened. Visitors to the site were having trouble finding the magazine catalogs, which are cleverly hidden at the bottom of each of the book bibliography pages for each title. Here is one big page of just the magazines(yes, all of them) that I know about. I have reviews up for many of them, and completed catalogs of all the issues for many. Just remember that Murphy insists the issue you are looking for is going to be the one issue I'm missing from a particular run. Those catalogs that I've already started get priority for filling in as I get missing issues. I start a new catalog as soon as I catch up on the most recent stack of books. I still have about seven years of catalog work to do - if I stop adding to the pile Right Now. Alas, that isn't likely to happen. If you find a catalog that is incomplete(or not even started) that you need, send me an e-mail. I will reprioritize it on the "To Do" list. If you have issues I don't have and think I might want, send me an e-mail. And of course I always accept donations. I have a very small budget, so the donations help tremendously. Feedback is really helpful in deciding what needs to be done next!

Time Life Book Series- Not all the series are listed, just the ones I either own, or have been intending to add to my collection. I found it remarkably difficult to compile this list, so I'm guessing there are others out there who would like to know if their series are complete or not...

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