|Statement||by A. L. O. E. [i.e. C. M. Tucker]|
|Series||Carter"s fireside library -- 4., Carter"s fireside library -- 4.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||125 p. :|
|Number of Pages||125|
First published in the year , Ken Follett`s Eye of the Needle is an intense suspenseful spy thriller. Set in the s and close to the D-Day (June, Normandy landings), this is the story of Henry Faber, a German spy nicknamed `The Needle`. With an engaging plot, this spy`s journey is /5. Follett’s first bestseller was Eye of the Needle, a spy story set in the Second World War. In The Pillars of the Earth was published, and has since become the author’s most successful novel. It reached number one on bestseller lists around the world and was an Oprah’s Book Club pick/5(K). Air Traveller Needle Book. Made in Occupied Japan, which dates it from between and There are several major themes for needle books. One is travel, which makes sense because a sewing kit is a hand travel item. Needle books contained only needles, no thread or scissors or anything. But still. Fashion Quality Needles. PSAW ephemera. Find and save ideas about needle book on Pinterest.
Step 3: Pin the Book Together and Insert the Elastic. Lay down the felt, and then lay one of your fabric pieces on top of it, right side facing up. Fold the elastic in half, and pin it to the middle of the right side of the fabric, with the loop facing in as shown in the picture. Here's a collection of patterns and tutorials for sewing / embroidery needle books & cases. Materials vary, there are felt, fabric & cross stitch covers. Some are simple with sleeves of felt or wool to hold needles, others quite elaborate with pouches and pockets to hold supplies. I separated projects. My book is so fat it won’t close properly, so I made a strap and zigzagged it onto the back. And attached a snap to the front. To finish, mark each page with what type of needle it holds. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top The story of a needle Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. EMBED EMBED (for Pages:
The Story of a Needle A. L. O. E. [Charlotte Marie Tucker] A Lady of England Published by Published by Thomas Nelson and Sons Ltd., Paternoster Row, London. Since most needle books aren't dated, it often takes some historical sleuthing to pinpoint the vintage. For example, although the Woolworth Building was built in , the book's origin, "Western Germany," places it between and (when the two Germanys united). The final clue is the cent price tag, which roughly narrows the date to Author: Anne Marie Cloutier. This way you can keep one with each embroidery project you work on. And unlike a needle minder, a book like this keeps needles safely in place even when you stow your work for a while. Needle books also make excellent gifts for friends and family members who love to embroider or sew. This easy project starts with a small piece of : Mollie Johanson. Needle book definition: something used for keeping sewing needles in. It is made of fabric and looks like a book | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples Log In.