Death at Dawn (Liberty Lane, Book 1) by Caro Peacock

By Caro Peacock

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ISBN: 0007244177
EAN: 9780007244171
ASIN: 0007244177
Publisher: Harper
Publication Date: 2008
Number of Pages: 432
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Author Name: Caro Peacock (Born: 1944/01/01)

Author Description: Aka [url=" title="Gillian Linscott]Gillian Linscott

Caro Peacock grew up in a farmhouse that, for many of her adolescence, contained part a dozen brothers, sisters and cousins, two times as many cats and canines, no crucial heating and one rest room that stopped operating each time the spring that provided it water silted up. This attainable bred the behavior of curling up in a quiet position with a booklet, and later, a keenness for shuttle that ended in a slightly disrupted schooling. someplace alongside the road, she got an exceptional curiosity in Victorian history––which she considers a far misunderstood period––and fairly the half performed in it by means of independently minded ladies. Caro rides horses, climbs, trampolines and spends a while each year learning wild flora within the Alps.

Caro Peacock is a pseudonym for [url=" title="Gillian Linscott]Gillian Linscott

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Shirred ribbon (or fabric) is used to decorate the outside of a box, add an edge to a pillow, or if the ribbon is narrower, to make an interesting leaf or rosette-style flower. Any width ribbon, ½" to 3" wide, with a finished woven edge works well for shirring. If the ribbon has wire in the edges, remove the wire before stitching. If you can’t find just the right ribbon for your project, use fabric strips. Turn the long sides of the fabric under ¼" and proceed with stitching. As a rough guide for the amount of ribbon or fabric you will need to use, double the length of the area you are covering.

Note: Very tiny buds are too small for a tube-style calyx, so these buds are usually wrapped with a 1" piece of " wide ribbon, and then stitched at the back. A stemmed poppy with a ribbon tube calyx. The stem is wrapped in floral tape. Tube Calyxes Ribbon Guide Use these ribbon widths with the given lengths to create tube calyxes: " wide ribbon—use 1½" length for small buds 1" wide ribbon—use 1½" length for buds and medium flowers 1½" wide ribbon—use 2" to 3" length for large flowers: poppies, tea roses, etc.

Consider beads or a small button as an alternative flower center. Edge Gathering Several flowers can be made from these frayed and snipped techniques: a carnation (right) or tiny dandelion-type filler flower using just the frayed edge; and a bachelor button, cornflower, or small peony using the frayed and snipped method. This technique is usually done with bias-cut silk ribbon. Using your thumb and forefinger, fray the top edge of the ribbon. These carnations use 1½" wide bias-cut silk ribbon and the frayed top technique.

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