What could be cuter than a woolly pompom creature? With Sachiyo Ishii's ridiculously loveable pocket-size creations, you have all the ingredients of a fabulous, fun book!
Author: Sachiyo Ishii
Publisher: Search Press Limited
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
What could be cuter than a woolly pompom creature? With Sachiyo Ishii's ridiculously loveable pocket-size creations, you have all the ingredients of a fabulous, fun book! There are 35 imaginative designs for animals, birds, sea creatures, bees and other insects accompanied by clear, step-by step instructions. With sections on materials, tools and basic techniques, you have all you need to get you started. Learn how to make the pompoms, attach them to each other and needle felt on features such as faces, ears, arms and legs - adding the features is where their characters really come to life! All the pompoms can be made from scraps of yarn in your stash and each design uses only small amounts. You can be up-to-the-minute with plastic pompom makers or keep it traditional with the cardboard ring technique.
One each side of mainmast on Pom-pom deck controlled by: 2 Pom-pom
Directors, Mark IV with Gyro Rate Units Mark 1 + Type 282 radar, mounted on
sponsons high up on the forward edge of the after funnel. 4 x four-barrelled Mark
VIII guns ...
Author: John Blake
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Technology & Engineering
A familiar sight on the Thames at London Bridge, HMS Belfast is a Royal Navy light cruiser, launched in March 1938. Belfast was part of the British naval blockade against Germany and from November 1942 escorted Arctic convoys to the Soviet Union and assisted in the destruction of the German warship Scharnhorst. In June 1944 Belfast supported the Normandy landings and in 1945 was redeployed to the British Pacific Fleet. After the war she saw action in the Korean War and a number of other overseas actions. She has been part of the Imperial War Museum since 1978, with 250,000 visitors annually. This fascinating book comprises a series of documents that give information on the building of the ship, her wartime service history and life on board.
[ Scot powney , from Fr poulenet , pomp n 1 ceremonial grandeur . 2 vain dimin .
of poulain , colt ] ostentation . [ Lat pompa , procession ) ponytail n ( a hairstyle
with the hair drawn pompom or pompon na ball of cut wool back into ) a bunch
Author: Elaine Higgleton
Publisher: Allied Publishers
Category: English language
See Pockets , patch Patterns charting increases into , 41 increasing into , 40
Patterns , modular knitting , 239-250 Patterns ... and angled armhole , modular
pattern for , 241 , 242-250 Polyamide , 15 Polyester , 15 Polypropylene , 15
Author: Vogue Knitting Magazine
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Briefly traces the history of knitting, discusses yarns, tools, and basic techniques, and tells how to design, make, finish, and care for knitware
The children can make cards for the birthday child. The children can decorate
party hats. Either buy readymade hats and have the children add glitter,
pompoms, scraps of paper, and so on, or roll a piece of construction paper into a
cone, tape ...
Author: Marian Edelman Borden
Category: Family & Relationships
Make the most out of precious playtime! For busy parents-and children-The Pocket Idiot's GuideTM to Play Groups offers suggestions and advice on forming and organizing play groups and keeping them going. This book covers such issues as setting up rules for caregiver and parent attendance, child anxieties, uncooperative parents, and much more. *First information-packed guide on the market *Features great ideas for indoor and outdoor activities for play groups of various sizes
Author: Leisure Arts Staff
She tried spitting it out, but it hid in her cheek pocket. Pompom spoke to the
student body. “Now, lumpkins, wasn't that a grand breakfast? And no dishes to do
or messy-messes to clean up.” Rosezinda thought, There} one hit of messy mess
Author: John F. Parker
Category: Juvenile Fiction
"Rosezinda: Riding Rainbows is a fanciful tale that literally starts out with a 'bang!' Within seconds of being struck by a speeding van, Cora, a plucky outspoken 13-year-old, is taken on the thrill ride of her young life. Arriving in a new reality called 'E' and renamed Rosezinda, she encounters a collection of colorful individuals who take her on a series of hair-raising adventures. "This quirky and somewhat edgy story had me hooked from its exciting beginning to the surprise ending. I didn't want to put it down until I had read the last word; even then, I found myself turning the page, wanting more. The evocative imagery and eccentric characters are worthy of a Spielberg movie (especially the wonderful 'basketball game,' which is unlike any basketball game the reader could ever imagine)! "Though the story's intended audience is children-who I believe will be entranced by it-it may be enjoyed on multiple levels by older readers. Parents may wish to read Rosezinda: Riding Rainbows with their children and discuss some of the provocative questions it brings up. I'm anxious to read more of Rosezinda's adventures! I applaud Parker on his originality and creativity." -Linda R. Thompson, Ed.D., Director of Student Support Services, Harding University, Arkansas "John Parker's book is exciting because it includes the things that are important in life. When I grow up, I will make a movie out of it if there isn't one by then." -12-year-old Alex in grade six, Vancouver, BC. "Parker has created a wonderful magical world that is totally against the readers' perception of reality, but which seems entirely plausible." -Monique Trottier, Raincoast Publishers "I predict that Rosezinda will become a classic." -Dr. Jennifer Hurd, Senior Consultant, Houghton Mifflin "I can size Rosezinda up in one word: BRILLIANT." -R. Rudolph, Harmony House Publishers More Praise for Rosezinda inside
Using a contrast colour yarn , other than that of each ' Zig - zag ' , whip stitch over
the length of each . MAKE UP Pom - poms Sew all ends in neatly . Press all
pieces on the wrong side with a warm iron over a damp cloth . Sew pocket linings
Author: Dorian Scott
9 POLYGALACEAE . . . . . . . . 302 . 1 - 303 . 3 Polygala myrtifolia . . . . . . . . . . . .
302 . 1 Polygala virgata var . decora 302 . 2 pompom - bruidsbos . . . . . . . . . . . .
719 , 4 pompom - rytigynia . . . . . . . . . . 703 . 6 pompon bridal bush . . . . . . . . . . 719
Category: Climbing plants
Pocket list of Southern African indigenous trees is a complete and taxonomically inventory of all trees indigenous to South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland. A must for tree-spotters, plant lovers, gardeners and hikers, this definitive list of tree names and numbers is an aid to identification as well as a check on the correct spelling of botanical and common names. Features of this guide include: Currently accepted scientific names and frequently encountered botanical synonyms for all indigenous trees as well as selected shrubs and woody climbers. Standard and alternative common names in six of the more widely spoken languages in the region, namely Afrikaans, English, Northern Sotho, Tswana, Xhosa and Zulu. Tree numbers for all entries. These are widely used as a handy means of marking trees along hiking trails, in nature reserves and at recreational resorts. Distribution maps u in colour - showing the geographical ranges of the various trees for the whole of southern Africa. Line drawings of selected tree species.
... or given a continental, or saddle clip, leaving "pompoms" on the ankles, thighs,
and tail-tip. It occurs in a wide range of solid colors jU. a MINIATURE POODLE
Whilst the Miniature Poodle was developed. A Pocket Guid>
Author: Parragon, Incorporated
Publisher: Parragon Publishing
Enhanced by color photographs, offers a pocket guide to the canine world and identifies and describes the most common breeds.
So , we proceeded with tell them , “ Why you put it in your pocket , lessons . Tying
a long tail flying mouse ... When we were done , she laid a wad You glue a red
nose ( I use the pom poms ) of bills in my hand as I left . I told her she on the ends
Author: William Branford
Category: English language
A completly revised and expanded edition of the southern African version of the Pocket Oxford Dictionary, this best-seller is packed with hundreds of new words as well as over 2500 South African entries. New Usage Notes provide guidance on standard English, while non-standard English usagesand offensive words are highlighted. Grammar Notes, explaining difficult terms make this a vital dictionary for both teachers and students.
The pockets are useful for storing toys and shoes, or cotton balls, wipes and
clothes in a baby's nursery. The beauty of this screen is ... 2 Decorate both
sections of each pocket with braids, fringing and pom-poms. Join the two sections
of each ...
Author: Marion Elliot
Publisher: Lorenz Books
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
A visual book that captures the practical and decorative appeal of this versatile feature.
PUFFED PATCH POCKET Gathered near the top leaving a self - ruffle , and a
puff - shaped pocket . POMPON An ornamental ball , as of fur , silk , yarn , or
feathers . Later refered as POMPOM . PUFFING A form of trimming that is
gathered on ...
Author: Kathleen Mabel La Barre
Category: Vintage clothing
"This publication gives an overview of the characteristic of various items of women's apparel from 1910 through 1919. This is not a price guide but rather a reference to help you date your own vintage apparel and research the clothes of the end of the Edwardian era to the beginning the of the nineteen-twenties"--Page 4 of cover.
... gold cord , two 8 " lengths of 1/4 " w red picot satin ribbon , one 5mm yellow
pom - pom , four 7mm yellow pom - poms , and clear - drying Heart Pocket
Ornament Instructions : Follow charts and use required stitches to work Ornament
Category: Canvas embroidery
A shèngdă de yishi, ## shèngdián pompom N J #### xiāo ròngqiá pomposity N
É, & WSJL ziming bufän, kāś of dābāi jiàzi pompous ADJ É & WS FLáš ziming
bufän de, ####-fáč, ai bai jiàzi de poncho N # R. pifeng, + £ déupéng pond N
Author: Li Dong
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
Category: Foreign Language Study
This is a pocket sized Mandarin Chinese Dictionary Intended for use by tourists, students, and business people travelling to China Pocket Chinese Dictionary is an essential tool for communicating in Mandarin. It features all the essential Mandarin Chinese vocabulary appropriate for beginning to intermediate students. It's handy pocket format and user-friendly, two color layout will make any future trip to China much easier. All entries are written in the Romanized form (hanyu pinyin) as well as Chinese characters (hanzi) so that in the case of difficulties the book can simply be shown to the person the user is trying to communicate with. This dictionary includes the following key features: Over 15,000 words and expressions in the Mandarin Chinese language Fully updated with recent vocabulary and commonly used Chinese slang Clear, user friendly layout with headwords in blue English, Romanized script (hanyu pinyin), and Chinese characters (hanzi) for every entry Other books from this bestselling series you might enjoy include: Pocket Japanese Dictionary, Pocket Korean Dictionary, and Pocket Vietnamese Dictionary
The name refers to its shape like the Scot's Tam o'Shanter, a cap with a tight
headband and a full flat top with a large pompom, or like a small flying saucer.
The deeply inverted, always rounded apex folds into a crimped periphery. In the
Author: Jean Andrews
Publisher: University of Texas Press
More than a quarter of the people on earth eat peppers every day of their lives, and true pepper lovers are always looking for better-tasting, hotter peppers. This handy, reliable guide makes finding them easy, as capsicum expert Jean Andrews shows you how to identify and use 42 peppers, both fresh and dried, commonly available in North American markets. Andrews describes each pepper in detail, starting with its size, color, fruit shape, flesh, and pungency. She gives its common names, sources, and uses, and indicates other peppers that can substitute for it in recipes. Drawing on her vast store of pepper lore, she also includes notes and anecdotes about each pepper. Her color photographs illustrate all of the peppers. In addition to the species descriptions, Andrews offers practical guidance on selecting and storing, roasting and rehydrating, and growing and harvesting peppers. She explains pepper nomenclature, describes the pungency factor, and notes the significance of color, aroma, flavor, and nutrition.
These silky, feathery, pompom-like clambers over stamens twisting leaf stalks
clusters of silvery achenes trail over hedges and trees on long stems that become
woody with age, resembling thick rope. The leaves are pinnately divided, with ...
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
Discover over 1,000 species of animal, plant and fungi found in Britain From the humming-bird Hawk moth to the False Deathcap Fungi, spot common British animal, plant and fungi species with this guide. In-situ photographs and no nonsense notes will help you identify them in the field quickly and accurately. Maps show you what animals, plants and fungi to find where and species are categorised so you can plan your spotting and make the most of your surroundings, whether you are on a holiday browse or serious quest. An ideal guide for all the family.
... top stitched box pleat 145 ; see also narrow knife pleat Pocket handbag ,
project 118-123 Pockets 252 ; zippered pocket 90 Polyester 291 ; thread 12 , 19 ,
286 , 291 Pom - pom blanket , project 200–203 Pom - poms 161 ; pom - pom
Author: Ruth Singer
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
A comprehensive resource is not only filled with easy-to-use instructions, it also contains over 750 full-color photos that complement explanations of both basic and advanced techniques and instructions for 20 functional, fashionable sewing projects.
Category: Computer industry