Today's sewing machines allow even novice sewers to embroider and produce garments of professional quality. Computerization provides the accuracy and repeatability that was previously achieved only through years of experience. But most sewers do not employ the full capabilities of their machines. 50 Ways to Master Your Sewing Machine will change that. It picks up where the often inadequate owner's manuals leave off and guides sewers in exploring the time-saving and creative potential of their machines.
From creative inspiration to financial success to healthy living — you name it, somebody's shared the secret to understanding it. With the perfect self-help collection at hand, you can become your own life coach and the master of your own growth. Napoleon Hill. Think and Grow Rich (The text is reproduced from the original publications of 1937) Napoleon Hill. The Law of Success. Lesson One. The Master Mind Napoleon Hill. The Law of Success. Lesson Two. A Definite Chief Aim Napoleon Hill. The Law of Success. Lesson Three. Self-Confidence Napoleon Hill. The Law of Success. Lesson Four. The Habit of Saving Napoleon Hill. The Law of Success. Lesson Five. Initiative and Leadership Napoleon Hill. The Law of Success. Lesson Six. Imagination Napoleon Hill. The Law of Success. Lesson Seven. Enthusiasm Napoleon Hill. The Law of Success. Lesson Eight. Self-Control Napoleon Hill. The Law of Success. Lesson Nine. Habit of Doing More Than Paid For Napoleon Hill. The Law of Success. Lesson Ten. Pleasing Personality Napoleon Hill. The Law of Success. Lesson Eleven. Accurate Thought Napoleon Hill. The Law of Success. Lesson Twelve. Concentration Napoleon Hill. The Law of Success. Lesson Thirteen. Cooperation Napoleon Hill. The Law of Success. Lesson Fourteen. Failure Napoleon Hill. The Law of Success. Lesson Fifteen. Tolerance Napoleon Hill. The Law of Success. Lesson Sixteen. The Golden Rule George Samuel Clason. The Richest Man In Babylon (The text is reproduced from the original publications of 1920-1924) James Allen. As a Man Thinketh James Allen. Out from the Heart Kahlil Gibran. The Prophet Sun Tzu. The Art of War Lao Tzu. The Tao Te Ching Confucius. Analects Benjamin Franklin. The Way to Wealth Benjamin Franklin. The Autobiography Marcus Aurelius Antoninus. The Meditations of the Emperor Russell H. Conwell. Every Man His Own University Ralph Waldo Emerson. Self-reliance Ralph Waldo Emerson. History Ralph Waldo Emerson. Compensation Ralph Waldo Emerson. Spiritual Laws Ralph Waldo Emerson. Love Ralph Waldo Emerson. Friendship Ralph Waldo Emerson. Prudence Ralph Waldo Emerson. Heroism Ralph Waldo Emerson. The Over-Soul Ralph Waldo Emerson. Circles Ralph Waldo Emerson. Intellect Ralph Waldo Emerson. Art Florence Scovel Shinn. The Game of Life and How to Play It Charles F. Haanel. The Master Key System W. D. Wattles. The Science of Getting Rich Wallace D. Wattles. How to Get What You Want Wallace D. Wattles. The Science of Being Well Wallace D. Wattles. The Science of Being Great Orison Swett Marden. An Iron Will Orison Swett Marden. He Can Who Thinks He Can Russell H. Conwell. Acres of Diamonds William Walker Atkinson. Thought Vibration: Or the Law of Attraction in the Thought World P. T. Barnum. Art of Money Getting or, Golden Rules for Making Money G.K. Chesterton. Orthodoxy Leo Tolstoy. A Confession
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Crazy Shortcake is a technique book for learning how to: make 'crazy cut' blocks use your sewing machine decorative stitches for quilting quilt-as-you-go apply an all-machine binding create 'pretty corners' every time on your binding You'll learn this all while making one quilt (small or large). Starting with 10" squares (pre-cut or cut your own), you'll make your crazy cuts and layer your blocks with batting and backing. The decorative stitches on your sewing machine, along with gorgeous threads, quilt the blocks. Huge photos and easy step-by-step instructions guide you through the most popular quilt-as-you-go joining process for connecting your blocks. Add binding and finish with my "pretty corners" technique and you're done! Two sizes and two design twists add spice to the design and fun alternatives. Grab your pre-cuts, layer cakes, or cut your own squares and get started today. This quilt can be FINISHED in two days - not the top made - a finished quilt! Play with all the lovely decorative stitches on your sewing machine and have more fun quilting than you've ever had!
The author focuses on the marketing perspective of the topic and illustrates how women's roles in society have shifted during the past century. Among the key issues explored is a peculiar dichotomy of American advertising that served as a conservative reflection of society and, at the same time, became an underlying force of progressive social change. The study shows how advertisers of housekeeping products perpetuated the Happy Homemaker stereytype while tobacco and cosmetics marketers dismantled women's stereotypes to create an entirely new type of consumer.