Beginning to intermediate level quilters will love this rich collection of runner designs with concise instructionsnbsp;that guidenbsp;them through each exciting project. Several of the provided patterns are reversible, adding an extra layer of functionality to the finished product. Directions for adjusting patterns to fit a specific table, dresser, or trunk are included—ideal for displaying projects in almost any room of the home. As a special bonus, patterns are provided for matching napkins and rings.
text by Karyn Gerhard ; photographs by John Labbe.
New York : Rizzoli, 2009, c2008.
Collected in this book are dozens of the most recent, most extraordinary celebrations created by the unparalleled event planner Bailey. He lays out the key elements to successful celebrations and showcases his best work.
The kitchen linens book : using, sharing, and cherishing the fabrics of our daily lives
Kansas City : Andrews McMeel Pub., LLC, 2009.
In this follow-up to "The Apron Book," Geisel shares her own and others' stories and memories from the linen closet. Stories are accompanied by photos of the tablecloths, napkins, and other table linens passed from generation to generation.
Elements of the table : a simple guide for hosts and guests
Lynn Rosen ; photographs by Walter Rosen and Patrick Snook.
New York : Clarkson Potter/Publishers, c2007.
From a complete listing of standard (and historical) utensils to the top ten etiquette errors (and how to avoid them), Elements of the Table features comprehensive information on topics such as: Napery, China, Silver, Crystal, Table Decor. Complete with fascinating tidbits and amusing facts on centuries of table matters, Elements of the Table is the perfect way to ensure successful dinner parties for years to come. Book jacket.