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GNRS 2016103

GNRS 2016103

Serger Pepper - 50 things to know about repurposing old vintage bed sheets

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Strengthen fine motor skills using clothespins - aka the 'claw grabbing machine'

Strengthen Fine Motor Skills with Clothespins

30 Minute Drawstring Fabric Backpack. A quick and simple sewing project for beginners. They make great bags for kids or adults.

45+ Quick & Easy Sewing Projects for Beginners

30 Minute Drawstring Fabric Backpack. A quick and simple sewing project for beginners. They make great bags for kids or adults.

NEW!  "Laundry Day" 2 Page Quiet Book Activity to Create and Expand your Custom Hand-made Quiet Book!

NEW! "Laundry Day" 2 Page Quiet Book Activity to Create and Expand your Custom Hand-made Quiet Book

NEW! "Laundry Day" 2 Page Quiet Book Activity to Create and Expand your Custom Hand-made Quiet Book!

Free Silhouette cut file for four Christmas gift tags plus a template to customize your own!~ Whatchaworkinon.com

Free Silhouette cut file for four Christmas gift tags plus a template to customize your own!~ Whatchaworkinon.com

Written plus video tutorial shows you how to sew a zipper pouch - great practice for zippers and fun and quick gifts to make

How to Sew a Zipper Pouch Tutorial

Written plus video tutorial shows you how to sew a zipper pouch - great practice for zippers and fun and quick gifts to make

The storming of Le Quesnoy by New Zealand troops, World War I, 4 November 1918. One of the most gallant feats of the closing days of the Great War. The brick rampart was crowned with German machine-guns, but the New Zealanders managed to bring up a 30 ft ladder, and ascended in single file amid a hail of bullets, soon driving the enemy down the reverse slope of the bastion and capturing the town. Illustration for The Wonder Book of Soldiers (Ward Lock, c 1920).

The storming of Le Quesnoy by New Zealand troops, World War I, 4 November 1918. One of the most gallant feats of the closing days of the Great War. The brick rampart was crowned with German machine-guns, but the New Zealanders managed to bring up a 30 ft ladder, and ascended in single file amid a hail of bullets, soon driving the enemy down the reverse slope of the bastion and capturing the town. Illustration for The Wonder Book of Soldiers (Ward Lock, c 1920).

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