Thursday, July 2, 2015

Summer Project: Vintage Style

This summer, why not try something old-school? If you are setting yourself a crafting challenge this summer, look no further than delving into the world of vintage style. Whether you want to knit, bake, quilt, sew, or decorate, the library catalog has plenty of likely ideas to get you started! Bonus: reading these books counts towards your Summer Reading prize-winning chances (until July 25th), as does listening to audiobooks, while you craft!


Vintage Paper Crafts by Anna Corba

1940s Hairstyles by Daniela Turudich


You might also enjoy:

Shrubs: An Old-Fashioned Drink For Modern Times by Michael Dietsch

Out-Of-Style: A Modern Perspective of How, Why and When Vintage Fashions Evolved - Men, Women and Children 19th Through 20th Centuries and Beyond by Betty Kreisel Shubert [library use only]

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