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Thread: My Book Of The Year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe View Post
    Yes but you open Untracht and find yourself lost in details of other cultures and times... it's less a text than a book of exotica; a reservoir for inspiration; a place to discover things you didn't realise you didn't know.
    Oh dear! Now I'll have to have another book.

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    Dennis, thank you!! What a brilliant book, proving once again that your recommendations are worth careful consideration (I have a reel of stainless binding wire and a pair of short titanium tweezers on my bench from earlier advices).

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    Thank you Dennis for the tip! I think good books can never be too many, there's always something new to see and to learn!

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    well I only have the tim mccreight book, so I think I can fully justify a new book.

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    I've just looked at her site. Holy cow! her work is amazing! It's not often I see jewellery and ~I~ ~just~ ~want~

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    Ack, I think I've not pre booked all my pay and I get paid next week! Thanks for the recommendation it looks perfect for me!

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    Hi Kathryn,

    I enjoyed looking at your work. If you get stuck on technique just ask and the members will do what they can to help. Regards, Dennis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis View Post
    Hi Kathryn,

    I enjoyed looking at your work. If you get stuck on technique just ask and the members will do what they can to help. Regards, Dennis.
    Thank you for having a look, as I'm sure you can see I'm a total beginnger but it is great fun. I did an evening class at the beginning of the year but I don't think I can afford to do one this autumn as we're hoping to move. So with a few books and some pestering on here I hope to keep learning till janurary when I can afford classes again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mia View Post
    Oh dear! Now I'll have to have another book.
    Snap!

    I have Anastasia's book and as a beginner find it a wealth of information.

    Sonia
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    Quote Originally Posted by sonia View Post
    Snap!

    I have Anastasia's book and as a beginner find it a wealth of information.

    Sonia
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    I've just received notification of it being dispatched by amazon, I hope it arrives tomorrow!!

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