[amtap book:isbn=0896585654]This is a re-issue of Sloane’s classic folksy history of barn folklore, architecture, and history, which has been out of print for twenty years. “Eric Sloane’s An Age of Barns” is filled with fabulous black-and-white illustrations from this great American artist. Covering all types of American and Canadian barns and everything associated with them-implements and tools, hex signs, silos, out buildings, hinges, barn raising, and more-“Eric Sloane’s An Age of Barns” is a spectacular album tribute to this important facet of our architecture and agriculture. This book is sure to once again become a collector’s item.
[amtap book:isbn=0970991606]The definitive guide to handling, training, and managing llamas and alpacas.
Learn to be the kind of person a camelid loves to be around and still get your management job done safely and efficiently.
If you already have Marty’s first book, Llama Handling and Training the TTEAM Approach,referred to by many as the “Training Bible” then you will surely want to get the new testament! This is not a revision but a totally new book. Chock full of new techniques that Marty has developed over the last 10 years you will find this book absolutely indispensable as well as lots of fun to read.
[amtap book:isbn=0813803977]The finest of the few books on medical care of South American camelids-and the only comprehensive account of the subject-this volume appears here in a new edition expanded to include new topics and some reference to Old World camels, along with llamas, alpacas, vicunas, and guanacos.
[amtap book:isbn=1580173284] Everything readers need to know about behavior, facilities, first aid, breeding, birthing, fleece harvesting, and marketing.
[amtap book:isbn=1400053528] In The Natural Knitter, Barbara Albright takes readers on a rich journey through the joys of all-natural fibers–materials that can make an incredible difference, both in your knitting and in the health of our planet. From the animals and plants that produce the fibers to the artisans who work with them, The Natural Knitter presents the first-ever all-encompassing look at the world of natural knitting.
Tempted by the versatile and beautiful yarns produced from the fibers of llamas, sheep, cashmere-producing goats, and angora bunnies–as well as from cotton, hemp, linen, and silk–some of the most renowned designers in the textile industry have contributed patterns to this collection. There are more than twenty wonderful projects in all, and each highlights the softness, drape, and quality of the fiber used–from Norah Gaughan’s “Architectural Rib Pullover” in cashmere and wool yarn and Vicki Square’s “Uma Sweater” in silk yarn, to clever designs like Debbie New’s “Cast-Off Clothing” in hemp yarn and Barbara Albright’s “Lilliana’s Organic Cotton Poncho and Drawstring Pouch” design for organic cotton yarn. Meet the entrepreneurs who are creating beautiful products that are also non-toxic and earth-friendly, using plant-dyed fibers and unique processes. For the adventurous, step-by-step instructions are included for dyeing yarn naturally at home.
Lavishly illustrated and thoughtfully detailed, The Natural Knitter offers a thorough and engaging picture of the natural fiber industry–and a beautiful palette of designs for readers to knit, savor, and enjoy.