Crochet Iconic Women

Crochet 15 iconic women who changed the world with this collection of amigurumi crochet patterns. Learn more about each of the characters featured in this collection and make unique gifts to inspire and delight all generations.

Author: Carla Mitrani

Publisher: David & Charles

ISBN: 9781446308257

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 128

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Crochet 15 iconic women who changed the world with this collection of amigurumi crochet patterns. Whether it's Greta, Amelia or Malala, this collection of crochet patterns celebrates 15 women who have made an impact on the global stage whether in politics, sport, medicine or education. Learn more about each of the characters featured in this collection and make unique gifts to inspire and delight all generations.

Vickie Howell s Pop Goes Crochet

With her iconic bangs and non - traditional beauty , shɛ embraced her own
sexuality and helped shatter the mainstream stereotypes of the 1950s , sowing
the seeds of women ' s lib . Ihis felted purse pays homage to the round , soft
curves and ...

Author: Vickie Howell

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.

ISBN: 9781600594663

Category: Art

Page: 144

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Needlework dynamo Vickie Howell is back with a high-spirited, playful collection of goodies to crochet. Vickie Howell’s Pop Goes Crochet! pays creative tribute to popular culture past and present with 40 projects inspired by celebrities in fashion, music, film, and television. Howell has whipped up a spectacular array of hip clothing, jewelry, and accessories, ranging from an intriguing "Yohji” asymmetrical sweater (in homage to designer Yohji Yamamoto) to a funky striped "Cameron” hoodie with the laid-back California style of actress Cameron Diaz. Everything’s fashionable and as fun to make as it is to wear.

Crocheted Accessories

Rather than being restricted to using traditional cotton, other materials can be
incorporated into crochet. Vivienne Westwood's Ethical Fashion Africa collection
featured recycled materials to produce beautiful crochet pieces handcrafted by
women in Kenya. Making up Stuff the ... back of the heart. Bead or heart Link (use
thread doubled) 165 Mod Targets Capturing the iconic imagery of youth and
rebellion.

Author: Vanessa Mooncie

Publisher: GMC PUBLICATIONS LTD

ISBN: 1861087705

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 176

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This sumptuous step-by-step guide unites traditional crochet skills with contemporary fashion styles and icons. Crocheted Accessories introduces crochet makers of all abilities to a new vista of exciting possibilities. The book aims to give beginners the confidence to tackle exciting projects, as well as inspire intermediate crochet makers to develop new skills and dexterity. Vanessa Mooncie takes the reader on a making journey, explaining the techniques needed to produce a wide range of vibrant and exhilarating pieces; from intricate bumble bee brooch pins and vintage-inspired tattoo emblem brooches to delicate flower posy corsages and charming heart-shaped rings. Each chapter includes a project that all levels of makers can accomplish, as well as history boxes explaining the development of crochet through the ages. Projects include: fantail dove brooch, daffodil headband, mod target cufflinks, love heart tattoo brooch, trinket charm bracelet and oak leaf necklace.

Women Artists A to Z

She and four other women (called de Fem or The Five) would hold séances to
channel the life force of famous painters into ... Xenobia is often referred to as a
fiber artist and her crochet and knitting is inspired by a funk aesthetic, which
centers ...

Author: Melanie LaBarge

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 0593108736

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

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An empowering and educational alphabet picture book about women artists, perfect for fans of Rad American Women A-Z. How many women artists can you name? From Frida Kahlo and Georgia O'Keeffe, to Jaune Quick-to-See Smith and Xenobia Bailey, this lushly illustrated alphabet picture book presents both famous and underrepresented women in the fine arts from a variety of genres: painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, and more. Each spread features a simple line of text encapsulating the creator's iconic work in one word, such as "D is for Dots" (Yayoi Kusama) and "S is for Spider" (Louise Bourgeois), followed by slightly longer text about the artist for older readers who would like to know more. Backmatter includes photos, extended biographies, and discussion questions for budding creatives and trailblazers. Artists featured: Mirka Mora, Betye Saar, Helen Frankenthaler, Yayoi Kusama, Kay Sage, Georgia O'Keeffe, Agnes Martin, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, Elizabeth Catlett, Judith Leyster, Leonora Carrington, Carmen Herrera, Edmonia Lewis, Maya Lin, Hilma af Klint, Maria Martinez, Gee's Bend quilters, Frida Kahlo, Louise Bourgeois, Loïs Mailou Jones, Alice Neel, Helen Zughaib, Ursula von Rydingsvard, Dorothea Lange, Xenobia Bailey, and Maria Sibylla Merian.

Women Writing Greece

Coupled with her ignorance of survival skills – 'This second woman cannot spin,
weave, knit or crochet [. ... as all systems, patriarchy contains its own
contradictions, and it is ultimately the iconic concept of womanhood that prevails
over reality.

Author: Vassiliki Kolocotroni

Publisher: Rodopi

ISBN: 904202481X

Category: History

Page: 257

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Women Writing Greece explores images of modern Greece by women who experienced the country as travellers, writers, and scholars, or who journeyed there through the imagination. The essays assembled here consider women's travel narratives, memoirs and novels, ranging from the eighteenth to the late twentieth century, focusing on the role of gender in travel and cross-cultural mediation and challenging stereotypical views of 'the Greek journey', traditionally seen as an antiquarian or Byronic pursuit. This collection aims to cast new light on women's participation in the discourses of Hellenism and Orientalism, examining their ideological rendering of Greece as at once a luminous land and a site crossed by contradictory cultural memories. Arranged chronologically, the essays discuss encounters with Greece by, among others, Lady Elizabeth Craven, Lady Hester Stanhope, Lady Montagu, Lady Morgan, Mary Shelley, Felicia Skene, Emily Pfeiffer, Eva Palmer, Jane Ellen Harrison, Virginia Woolf, Ethel Smyth, Christa Wolf, Penelope Storace and Gillian Bouras, and analyse them through a variety of critical, historical, contextual and theoretical frames.

Artifacts from Medieval Europe

... inclusion of these iconic female tools may have served to identify or symbolize
some aspect of women's roles or work, ... thread in idle moments, not unlike those
who carry crochet or knitting with them today, only medieval women did so as a ...

Author: James B. Tschen-Emmons

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 1610696220

Category: Art

Page: 321

View: 536

Using artifacts as primary sources, this book enables students to comprehensively assess and analyze historic evidence in the context of the medieval period. • Provides a single-volume resource for using medieval artifacts to better understand the long-ago past • Supplies images of artifacts with detailed descriptions, explanations of significance, and a list of sources for more information, which help students learn how to effectively analyze primary sources • Presents a virtual window into many different aspects of medieval society and life, including particular activities or roles—such as farming, weaving, fashion, or being a mason or a knight • Includes sidebars within selected entries that explain key terms and concepts and supply excerpts from contemporary sources

Black British Aesthetics Today

As a fetish of the Front Room , crochet or lace “ doilies ” were made by knitting
thread , using a hooked needle . ... Though crocheting was largely discontinued
in England , women from immigrant communities continued and revived these
skills when they ... Another iconic fetish Aesthetics of the West Indian Front Room
307.

Author: R. Victoria Arana

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Pub

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 389

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Black British Aesthetics Today is a collection of twenty-four exciting critical and theoretical essays exploring current thinking about the hottest artistic, literary, and critical works now being produced by black Britons. This book features a number of chapters by the avant-garde black British novelists, poets, and artists themselves. It includes, for instance, aesthetic manifestos by Diran Adebayo, Anthony Joseph, Roshini Kempadoo, Sheree Mack, Valerie Mason-John, and SuAndi as well as key essays by globally renowned critics, including Amna Malik, Kobena Mercer, Lauri Ramey, Roy Sommer, and many others. As a compendium, this book represents a powerfully fresh intellectual current of thought. It provides readers with important insights into contemporary black aesthetics, and it includes an array of important clarifications initially voiced at the groundbreaking international symposium that took place on April 8, 2006, at Howard University in Washington, D.C., by outstanding new scholars in this burgeoning field of study: e.g., Kevin Etienne-Cummings, Valerie Kaneko Lucas, Michael McMillan, Magdalena Maczynska, Courtney Martin, Jude Okpala, Deirdre Osborne, Koye Oyedeji, Meenakshi Ponnuswami, Sandra Ponzanesi, Andrene M. Taylor, Samera Owusu Tutu, and Tracey Walters. The authors contextualise contemporary black British aesthetics in relation to the African, African American, and Postcolonial aesthetic traditions; they explore an exciting array of critical theories, trends of feeling, and lively aesthetic movements thriving today in black Britain; and they examine and assess embodied aesthetics at play in a wide range of specific works by today's most brilliant black British novelists, poets, photographers, live performance artists, dramatists, architects, musicians, graphic artists, and cinematographers.

The Video Librarian

There is a fashion sub - culture of women out there carrying everything from
handbags , bowling ball purses , clutch purses and decoy ... I ' m talking tango
shoes and crochet needles , a kazoo , a padlock , flashlights , a gun , Tarot cards
( just in case ) , a Bible ( just in ... Nicely organized into iconic sec - ( 1997 ) 50
min .

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Brought to Light II

women. potters. Art is in their blood, art flows in their veins. Many of the Arrernte
people of Hermannsburg are linked in some way, ... If we were to look deeper still
into kinship relationships, we would find many more famous relatives and a new
generation of artists. ... of artefacts, watercolour paintings and other cottage
industries such as poker-worked wooden boards, embroidery, crochet and
knitting.

Author: Lynne Seear

Publisher:

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Category: Art

Page: 491

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Brought to Light II: Contemporary Australian Art 1966-2006 includes more than 60 commissioned texts on key works in the Gallery's Australian collection, including painting, sculpture, installation, video, photography, printmaking, glass, ceramics and textiles. Eminent curators, art historians and scholars, have contributed to the publication. Sebastian Smee explores Fred Williams's 'Australian landscape' series of the 1960s and 1970s, curator John Murphy traces the life of the Australian adventurer-writer Ernestine Hill in his discussion of Sam Fullbrook's 1970 portrait, and the assemblage art of Rosalie Gascoigne is discussed by writer Mary Eagle. Brisbane-based art theorist Rex Butler examines the Australian landscape tradition in the work of Queensland artist William Robinson, anthropologist Howard Morphy explores the creativity of recent Yolngu art from Arnhem Land, curator Hetti Perkins contributes a study of Michael Riley's photographic and cinematic oeuvre, and Queensland Art Gallery curators Suhanya Raffel and Bruce McLean provide insight into recent works by Fiona Hall and the Hermannsburg Potters respectively. Features over 500 illustrations (many full-page).

The New Yorker

... countries unmarked by war , Kansas , for instance , wrote recently of absent
your manual for the preservation of hours . the silk knit sweater with crochet trim ,
The incunabulum ... People also thought Sears rassed about her new venture ,
she was timate , more iconic DVF . ... But one telling you you should get a G.E.
real women , DVF women — an alluring my dresses are what stores are making
stove .

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Where to Wear

Here is a well-edited collection of clothes for young women. The overarching
theme is sweetly artisanal, with crochet pieces by Hiromi Tsuyoshi, girly
sophisticated bags and shoes by Marie Bouvero ... The look took, and in 1933
Lacoste teamed up with a French knitwear manufacturer to set up his iconic
sportswear line.

Author: Jill Fairchild Melhado

Publisher: Where to Wear

ISBN: 9780971544642

Category: Fashion

Page: 211

View: 138


The Illustrated London News

6, (iconic-street, lian::etrl.1:q1;::t?or “nu bu 1mm— r 'llE GROTTO, in OATLANDS
PARK, WEYBRIDOE. constructed by the Duke of Newman, ... M.-Farla to brighten
. and ack: Second Class, 8a.; Third Class, 3a.; Chi-Idlile under Twelve, and
Women. half-price, ... D/ 188 LAMBERT has discovered a new mode of working
anperior to Crochet in every degree, being more easy to Work, and elegant when
made.

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Icons of Beauty

Art, Culture, and the Image of Women Debra N. Mancoff ... needlepoint , crochet ,
macramé , quilting , drawing , and painting , that reflected the artist's own
fascination with creation and the birth ... The universality of iconic motherhood is
the central theme of the 2006 film Children of Men , directed by Alfonso Cuarón
and ...

Author: Debra N. Mancoff

Publisher: Greenwood

ISBN: 9780313338236

Category: Social Science

Page: 746

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From images of Eve to Cindy Sherman's self-portraits, from Cleopatra to Madonna, from ancient goddesses to modern celebrities, this work offers an overview of the most revered icons of female beauty in world art from pre-history to the present. What gives beauty such fascinating power? Why is beauty so easy to recognize but so hard to define? Across cultures and continents and over the centuries the standards of beauty have changed but the desire to portray beauty, to praise beauty, and to possess beauty has never diminished. This set offers insight as to how we can use perceptions of beauty to learn about world cultures, both past and present. Each chapter looks at an individual work of art to pose a question about the power of beauty. What makes beauty modern? What is the influence of celebrities? How do women portray their own beauty in a different manner than men? In-depth profiles of the icons reveal how specific ideas about beauty were developed and expressed, offering a full analysis of their history, cultural significance, and lasting influence. In addition to renowned works of art, it also looks at icons in literature, film, politics, and contemporary entertainment. Interdisciplinary and multicultural in its approach, chapters inside this set also feature sidebars on provocative topics and issues, such as foot binding and body adornment; myths and practices; opinions and interpretations; and even related films, songs, and even comic book characters.

Brandweek

... Slow Cooker coks all day Crochet BONUS While Crock - Pot created the slow -
cooker category , its look had slowly become as outdated as the Earth Shoe . ...
president of Hughes Design Group in South Norwalk , Conn . , which revamped
the iconic product's packaging . ... She said there is a parallel between the ' 70s ,
when women were entering the workforce in droves , and today when spare time
 ...

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O s Big Book of Happiness The Best of O The Oprah Magazine

It Carolyn was the iconic blonde of a generation , one in a long line will look
brassy . ... He believes women had to coming , fade - into - the - background ,
medium mouse brown . pete for men in Europe ... and fishnet year of being a
confused - about - who - she - was bleached blonde has and crochet tights , tore
open my ...

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Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 336

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Brings together a selection of inspirational, empowering, and entertaining articles and hundreds of photos from the pages of O, The Oprah Magazine, featuring advice, tools, and insights from Dr. Phil, Suze Orman, Martha Beck, Suzy Welch, and Oprah on "Your Mind/Your Body," "Dreaming Big," "Do Something!," and "Dating, Mating, Relating." 200,000 first printing.


Elle

IN 2013 , SINGLE WOMEN PURCHASED 21 % OF ALL. making them in mink
and in leather with giant zippers and pulls to echo his iconic bags . ... CROCHET
STRING LAMP SHADES Sue Ryder Core Nettlebed Sale , Nettlebed , near
Henleyon - Thames , Oxfordshire ( www . sueryder . com / carecentres / events .
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Emily Carr As I Knew Her

One of her students was seven-year-old Carol Pearson. Pearson spent hours every day with Carr: they painted together at the water's edge, and she helped care for the dogs, birds, monkey and other animals that Carr kept as pets.

Author: Carol Pearson

Publisher: TouchWood Editions

ISBN: 1771511745

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 176

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An intimate and heartwarming collection of memories that puts one of Canada's most beloved and iconic artists into a whole new light. In 1916, Emily Carr wasn’t famous. She was poor, and she taught art classes to children. One of her students was seven-year-old Carol Pearson. Pearson spent hours every day with Carr: they painted together at the water’s edge, and she helped care for the dogs, birds, monkey and other animals that Carr kept as pets. They grew very close, and at the age of 14, Carol moved in with Carr. Emily nicknamed Carol "Baboo,” and Carol called her "Mom.” The two were "mother-and-daughter” for twenty-five years, up until Carr passed away. This touching tribute to Carr illustrates a gentleness and sensitivity not seen in other biographies. Originally published in 1954, this very unique biography reveals Carr's personality more fully than any other.