Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Stave off Winter with Storey's Spring 2014 Catalog

With today’s bitter temperatures and snow coming down outside, we’re taking respite from an early winter with our Spring 2014 catalog. The cover alone is a reminder that there are warmer days just around the corner, and the inner pages herald the arrival of a season of new Storey books to fill the coming days with creative self-reliance.

Some highlights you won’t want to miss:

The Backyard Homestead Book of Building Projects by Spike Carlsen: Filled with outdoor projects both decorative and productive, this one will make even the non-woodworker want to take up the hammer and nails.

The Put สผem Up! Preserving Answer Book by Sherri Brooks Vinton: Every question you’ve ever wanted to ask about preserving food…and all the answers you’ve been seeking.

Cooking with Fire by Paula Marcoux: Acquaint yourself with traditional live-fire cooking techniques and recipes that celebrate flavorful, time-tested cooking practices from a wide variety of cultures.

Drink the Harvest by Nan K. Chase and DeNeice C. Guest: Use fruits, veggies, and herbs fresh from the garden or farm to make your own juices, teas, wines and more.

Little One-Yard Wonders by Rebecca Yaker and Patricia Hoskins: Make everything from clothes and toys to furnishings with patterns and instructions for sewing for babies and kids, using a single yard of fabric.

Ultimate Dining Hall Hacks by Priya Krishna: Discover inspired ideas for using the most commonly found dining hall ingredients to restore excitement to the college student’s meal plan.

The Handmade Marketplace, 2nd Edition by Kari Chapin: This second edition offers guidance for marketing and selling handmade goods, with new social media advice and artisan profiles.

The Knowledgeable Knitter by Margaret Radcliffe: Understanding the whys behind the techniques is central to successful knitting, and this reference holds the keys to creative and technical triumph.

Storey Basics: These 12 new titles teach the essential skills on topics from cooking to farming and crafting to herbal health.

...and more! Check out the entire catalog below. Which titles are you excited about?

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