FOLK ARTS AND CRAFTS by Marguerite Ickis

FOLK ARTS AND CRAFTS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

With current enthusiasm for do-it-yourself projects, this categorized compilation of ""authentic folk crafts to meet present day demands"" may well find its audience among amateurs as well as among educators. It embraces leather tooling, ceramics, wood carving, embroidery, furniture decoration (briefly) and puppetry. Drawings and diagrams give sequential steps in construction and decoration of everything from hiking sticks to piggy banks. Teaching and shop, camp personnel, Scout leaders and therapists should welcome the numerous suggestions offered.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1957
Publisher: Association Press