Edward S Menagerie

Author: Kerry Lord
Editor: David & Charles
ISBN: 9781446304785
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Features simple crochet patterns for a variety of animals with each animal having a universal pattern that can create four different sizes.

Edward S Menagerie The New Collection

Author: Kerry Lord
Editor: Pavilion
ISBN: 9781911624905
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Enter a whole new world of 50 animal crochet patterns from bestselling author Kerry Lord. Crochet your way through this new collection of easy-to-make amigurumi characters – from a philosophical sloth and a chess-playing armadillo to a very fluffy Angora bunny who loves her job in customer service. Learn to improve your crochet techniques, working up from the beginner projects through to the more challenging later patterns. Each animal uses only basic stiches and there’s step-by-step instructions that mean this is the perfect book to learn to crochet. Each animal follows Kerry’s basic standard form, so if you can make one animal from the book, you can learn to make them all. Level one patterns: Hare; Alpaca; Tapir; Camel; Wombat; Kangaroo; Buffalo; Warthog. Level two patterns: Woodmouse; Meerkat; Oryx; Rat; Arctic Hare; Mouse; Beaver; Quokka; Ox; Possum; White Tiger; Three-toed Sloth; Platypus; Mole; Black and White Ruffed Lemur; Echidna; Tasmanian Devil. Level three patterns: Arctic Fox; Reindeer; Chinchilla; Moose; Giant Anteater; Fennec Fox; Llama; Baboon; Badger; Gibbon; Okapi; Otter; Fallow Stag; Angora Rabbit; Sloth Bear; Leopard; Muskox; Boer Goat; Shire Horse; Armadillo; Snow Leopard; Skunk; Flying Fox; Lynx; Red Panda.

Edward S Menagerie Birds

Author: Kerry Lord
Editor: David & Charles
ISBN: 9781446306024
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"Over 40 soft toy patterns for crochet birds"--Cover.

Edward S Menagerie Dogs

Author: Kerry Lord
Editor: Pavilion
ISBN: 9781911595243
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Having shown us how to master monsters in Edward’s Crochet Imaginarium and capture our friends and family in Edward’s Crochet Doll Emporium, Kerry Lord is back with patterns for everyone’s favourite pups in her new book Edward’s Menagerie: Dogs. Including patterns for 50 classic dog breeds, Kerry also shows you how to adapt the patterns so you can perfectly capture your own furry best friend in crochet form. With step-by-step instructions for all the basic crochet techniques needed, this book is perfect for all skill levels. Illustrated by irresistible lifestyle photography featuring the crochet dogs alongside their real life muses, this book would make a pawsome gift for crafters and devoted dog-lovers alike. The 50 classic dog breeds featured include: Afghan Hound, Bedlington Terrier, Cocker Spaniel, Husky, Basset Hound, German Shepherd, Scottie Dog, Weimaraner, Labrador, Poodle, Westie, Red Setter, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Pug, Dachshund, Dalmatian, Collie, Springer Spaniel, Schnauzer, Chinese Crested, Old English Sheepdog, Shih Tzu, Boxer, Chihuahua, French Bulldog, Chow Chow, English Bull Terrier, English Bulldog, Puli, Whippet, Dogue de Bordeaux, Samoyed, Wolfhound, Pekingese, Border Terrier, Shar Pei, Lakeland Terrier, Corgi, American Water Spaniel, Mudi, Rottweiler, Beagle, Mastiff and Newfoundland and more!

How To Crochet Animals Wild

Author: Kerry Lord
Editor: Lark Books (NC)
ISBN: 9781454711346
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Run wild with these 25 mini animal crochet patterns from Kerry Lord, creator of the popular Edward's Menagerie series. Crocheting is a relaxing and mindful hobby. In this new series, you can learn how to join in on the fun with these quick and easy projects. This irresistible collection features miniature versions of your favorite animals, from a loveable koala and a friendly orangutan to colorful parrots and a majestic lion. Step-by-step instructions for basic crochet stitches will help aspiring crochet enthusiasts navigate their first projects with confidence. The skill-building projects introduce more advanced techniques as they go. All patterns are written with US crochet terms.

How To Crochet Animals Pets

Author: Kerry Lord
Editor: Edward's Menagerie
ISBN: 9781454711360
File Size: 78,90 MB
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Surround yourself with your favorite animal friends with these 25 mini crochet patterns from Kerry Lord, creator of the popular Edward's Menagerie series. Crocheting is a relaxing and mindful hobby. In this new series, you can learn how to join in on the fun with these quick and easy projects. These patterns feature a delightful collection of animals we share our homes with, from a colorful gecko and a schnauzer to a school of goldfish. Step-by-step instructions for basic crochet stitches will help aspiring crochet enthusiasts navigate their first projects with confidence. The skill-building projects introduce more advanced techniques as they go. All patterns are written with US crochet terms.

Edward S Crochet Imaginarium

Author: Kerry Lord
Editor: Pavilion
ISBN: 9781910904589
File Size: 79,21 MB
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Design your own crazy critters with this amazing book of mix-and-match crochet patterns. Choose the body parts that take your fancy from our extensive selection and use your favourite colours. Add stripes, spots or scales, and then turn to the sew-on extras section to select hair, eyes, horns, wings or tails... The flippable pages make it easy for you to follow the patterns in any combination. With 30 heads, one basic body, and 30 different pairs of arms and legs, projects are crocheted in one go from the top down. With step-by-step instructions for all the basic crochet techniques that are needed, this is perfect for beginners. In addition to the flip pattern pages, there are 30 pages of colour photography showing a selection of finished creatures to inspire you.

Menagerie

Author: Caroline Grigson
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0191024112
File Size: 72,38 MB
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Menagerie is the story of the panoply of exotic animals that were brought into Britain from time immemorial until the foundation of the London Zoo — a tale replete with the extravagant, the eccentric, and — on occasion — the downright bizarre. From Henry III's elephant at the Tower, to George IV's love affair with Britain's first giraffe and Lady Castlereagh's recalcitrant ostriches, Caroline Grigson's tour through the centuries amounts to the first detailed history of exotic animals in Britain. On the way we encounter a host of fascinating and outlandish creatures, including the first peacocks and popinjays, Thomas More's monkey, James I's cassowaries in St James's Park, and Lord Clive's zebra — which refused to mate with a donkey, until the donkey was painted with stripes. But this is not just the story of the animals themselves. It also the story of all those who came into contact with them: the people who owned them, the merchants who bought and sold them, the seamen who carried them to our shores, the naturalists who wrote about them, the artists who painted them, the itinerant showmen who worked with them, the collectors who collected them. And last but not least, it is about all those who simply came to see and wonder at them, from kings, queens, and nobles to ordinary men, women, and children, often impelled by no more than simple curiosity and a craving for novelty.

Edward S Crochet Doll Emporium

Author: Kerry Lord
Editor: Pavilion
ISBN: 9781911595052
File Size: 41,79 MB
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Design your own dolls with this amazing book of mix-and-match crochet patterns. Building up from the basic body, add hairstyles, hats, outfits and accessories to capture your family, friends and favourite people in crochet form. The flippable pages make it easy to follow the patterns in any combination. You could make a countless number of different dolls, or you could make one doll with an extraordinary wardrobe. The book has two flip sections: First choose who you want to make with the top ‘head’ flip – you could make your mum, grandad, sister, best friend, favourite actor or pop star – or even yourself! Next choose what they are going to be with the bottom ‘outfit’ flip – with costumes for an astronaut and a princess, a ballerina and a footballer, a mermaid and a pirate, a surgeon, a punk and more. With step-by-step instructions for all the basic crochet techniques that are needed, this is perfect for beginners. In addition to the flip pattern pages, there are 12 pages of colour photography showing how easy it is to combine the different flip costumes with the additional hats, clothing and hairstyles to make impressive modifications such as a wizard or a bride and groom. With tips on choosing the right skin tones, styling hair and adding facial features, the only limit is your imagination!

The Natural History Of Edward Lear New Edition

Author: Robert McCracken Peck
Editor: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 0691217238
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"Edward Lear is well known as the brilliant writer of nonsense poetry, children's books, and travel books who popularized the limerick, and wrote verses such as "The Owl and the Pussycat." But few people are aware that Lear was one of the most talented and accomplished painters of natural history subjects in the nineteenth century, and worked with British scientists, collectors, and publishers to make Britain the nexus for scientific investigation and its circulation. One of the best ornithological artists of his generation, Lear published his first book, a monograph on the parrot family, at age 18, and established a format that would be followed by decades by such publishers as John Gould, with whom he worked closely and often anonymously. Over his career, Lear produced a multitude of drawings of birds and mammals from around the world for scientific publications, public institutions, and individual patrons, not just of English species, but of birds and mammals from Australia, New Zealand, and the Americas. He is also the Lear in the name of the rare species Lear's Macaw. In this book, Peck has assembled the first comprehensive view of this important part of Lear's career. Featuring over 200 illustrations and a foreword by Sir David Attenborough, the book also examines the influence Lear had on modern artists such as Walton Ford and Tony Foster. This new edition includes a new chapter that addresses Lear's continued fascination with wildlife and the natural world after giving up his career as a scientific illustrator, and his fascination with domestic pets, from his own beloved cat which he cartooned repeatedly, to the portraits of dogs owned by his family and friends, alongside thirteen never-before-published illustrations, including fully finished watercolors, rough preliminary sketches, and whimsical cartoons"--

The Georgian Menagerie

Author: Christopher Plumb
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 085773928X
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In the eighteenth century, it would not have been impossible to encounter an elephant or a kangaroo making its way down the Strand, heading towards the menagerie of Mr. Pidcock at the Exeter Change. Pidcock's was just one of a number of commercial menagerists who plied their trade in London in this period the predecessors to the zoological societies of the Victorian era. As the British Empire expanded and seaborne trade flooded into London's ports, the menagerists gained access to animals from the most far-flung corners of the globe, and these strange creatures became the objects of fascination and wonder. Many aristocratic families sought to create their own private menageries with which to entertain their guests, while for the less well-heeled, touring exhibitions of exotic creatures both alive and dead satisfied their curiosity for the animal world. While many exotic creatures were treasured as a form of spectacle, others fared less well turtles went into soups and civet cats were sought after for ingredients for perfume. In this entertaining and enlightening book, Plumb introduces the many tales of exotic animals in London.

The Gardens And Menagerie Of The Zoological Society Delineated

Author: Edward Turner Bennett
Editor:
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Joseph Banks In Newfoundland And Labrador 1766

Author: Joseph Banks
Editor: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520017801
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Diary of voyage on board Niger, 1766, scientific manuscripts, and detailed account of his biological collections.

How To Crochet Animals Pets

Author: Kerry Lord
Editor: Pavilion
ISBN: 1911682032
File Size: 14,13 MB
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Have fun at the farm with this new collection of minis from Kerry Lord and her Edward’s Menagerie animals. This is one of the new gift series from TOFT (Kerry’s yarn company), which contains four books, each with 25 crochet patterns on a different theme: Ocean, Wild, Farm and Pets. These mini animals are quick and easy to make so they are perfect for the beginner as well as giving the more advanced crocheter an afternoon’s fun. The books are practically organised so you start with the easiest pattern and, as you grow in confidence, you continue through the book, mastering the art of crocheting animals, from the humble mouse to the angora rabbit, producing high-quality collectibles to keep or give as thoughtful, homemade gifts. This range of mini animals are totally new patterns for fans, new and old, to get hooked to. Sitting at 8cm (3 inches) tall, you can make your own cute collection, which could be used to create a nursery mobile, a board game, key rings and much more! Whether you’re in front of the TV, commuting to work or having a relaxing afternoon, these projects are perfect for bringing mindfulness and creativity into your day. Patterns in the series will include: Pets: Cockapoo, Iguana, Angora Bunny, Tabby Cat, Tarantula Farm: Pony, Alpaca, Sheep, Goat, Pig Ocean: Whale, Shark, Lobster, Starfish, Manta Ray Wild: Elephant, Lion, Leopard, Rhino, Buffalo

Crochet Your Christmas Ornaments

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Editor: David & Charles
ISBN: 1446371832
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A fun and festive collection of DIY crocheted Christmas baubles and decorations from five talented designers. Five Christmas themes from five designers allow you to select one theme or mix and match to create your perfect Christmas tree decorations. The designs are suitable for all levels of crocheters and are quick and simple to make. Each theme offers five new patterns. Choose from Santa's Grotto, which includes the classic Santa Claus with his reindeer, traditional Christmas trees, elves, and a string of dancing gingerbread men. Or why not crochet a delightful Frozen Winter Wonderland of snowflake baubles, snowmen, hearts, and candy bows, complete with a Snow Princess. Our Fairy Tale theme is sure to appeal to children and features a fancy Christmas fairy with a jolly pair of Christmas birds, red woodland toadstools, and a Christmas gnome. If you are looking for something more sophisticated, you will be inspired by the stylish collection of Scandinavian Christmas baubles in classic red & white, complete with bunting, or our stunning White Christmas theme featuring an amigurumi Christmas tree with mistletoe baubles, snowflake bunting, and Chinese lanterns with Christmas berries. All the patterns and instructions you need to crochet your bauble collection are included.

George Edwards

Author: Adair Stuart Mason
Editor: Royal College of Physicians
ISBN: 9781873240489
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The Class Menagerie

Author: Robert Lamb
Editor: Screecher Creature
ISBN: 9780979442032
File Size: 56,16 MB
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18 stories by University of South Carolina students from Robert Lamb's Fiction Workshop, plus one by the professor.

The Gardens And Menagerie Of The Zoological Society Delineated

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The Novel And The Menagerie

Author: Kurt Koenigsberger
Editor: Ohio State University Press
ISBN: 0814210570
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"The first comprehensive account of the relation of collections of imperial beasts to narrative practices in England, The Novel and the Menagerie explores an array of imaginative responses to the empire as a dominant, shaping factor in English daily life. Kurt Koenigsberger argues that domestic English novels and collections of zoological exotica (especially zoos, circuses, traveling menageries, and colonial and imperial exhibitions) share important aesthetic strategies and cultural logics: novels about English daily life and displays featuring collections of exotic animals both strive to relate Englishness to a larger empire conceived as an integrated whole." "Koenigsberger's investigations range from readings of novels by authors such as Charles Dickens, Virginia Woolf, Salman Rushdie, and Angela Carter to analyses of ballads, handbills, broadsides, and memoirs of showmen. Attending closely to the collective English practices of imagining and delineating the empire as a whole, The Novel and the Menagerie works at the juncture of literary criticism, colonial discourse studies, and cultural analysis to historicize the notion of totality in the theory and practice of the English novel. In exploring the shapes of the novel in England and of the English institutions that collected exotic animals, it offers fresh readings of familiar literary texts and opens up new ways of understanding the character of imperial Englishness across the nineteenth and twentieth centuries."--BOOK JACKET.