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FAMILY CIRCLE DO-IT-YOURSELF PROJECTS : 123 Things You Can Make for the Home by  Arthur (Editor); Family Circle Editorial Staff Hettich - First Edition, First Thus - 1976 - from 100 POCKETS and

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FAMILY CIRCLE DO-IT-YOURSELF PROJECTS : 123 Things You Can Make for the Home

by Hettich, Arthur (Editor); Family Circle Editorial Staff

Condition: Near Fine/None as Issued

Arno Press/The New York Times Co, 1976. Collectible. Text/BRAND NEW & Bright. Illustrated boards/NF w/light rubs to edges & corner tips, & faint sticker shadow to upper front corner. Frontispiece: Pennsylvania Dutch chair & hooked cushion. 123 indoor & outdoor projects to grace the home from placemats & cushions to wine racks, lamp shades, tables & chairs, chests & storage beds. All projects tested on unskilled laymen, and arranged in projected costs : I, Bargain Projects Under $10; II, Bargain Projects $10 to $60; III, Bargain Projects $60 to $100; IV, Bargain Projects $100 to $150; and, V, Bargain Projects Over $150. Quarter century of inflation has taken its toll, suggested colors no longer the most fashionable, but the ideas remain inspiring and the construction techniques are solid. Fine copy.. First Edition, First Thus. Half-Leather. Near Fine/None as Issued.

  • Bookseller: 100 POCKETS US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 006953
  • Title: FAMILY CIRCLE DO-IT-YOURSELF PROJECTS : 123 Things You Can Make for the Home
  • Author: Hettich, Arthur (Editor); Family Circle Editorial Staff
  • Format/binding: Hardcover
  • Book condition: Used - Near Fine
  • Jacket condition: None as Issued
  • Edition: First Edition, First Thus
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • ISBN 10: 0405066821
  • ISBN 13: 9780405066825
  • Publisher: Arno Press/The New York Times Co
  • Place: New York, New York, U.s.a.
  • Date published: 1976
  • Keywords: Arts & Crafts/Home Projects/Furnishings/Accessories
  • Bookseller catalogs: Home Improvement; Manual/Guide; How-to/Self-study/Self Help;



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