PATTERNS on the wall are culled from a Spanish pattern book
Roulhac Toledano; A PATTERN BOOK
OF NEW ORLEANS ARCHITECTURE; Pelican Publishing (Architecture) $35.
Barbara Arciszewska examines the role of the pattern book
, that stylistic template of craftsmen and artists, in order to explore how the Gothic style reaches Poland from Ireland and Britain.
Our report shows a pattern book
of recovery the cities used to fight back.
In 2003 the sultan's 'Diwan' of Royal Court Affairs circulated a pattern book
for architects, called Elevational Guidelines for Buildings in Oman.
Oh, and design the homes according to the pattern book
for Baldwin Park, Orlando, Fla.
With this in mind, I am sometimes concerned that urban design is increasingly reduced to a pattern book
subject--'a little bit of permeability, some mix of uses (not too much), how about some legibility, and a sprinkle of distinctiveness; oh, and culs-de-sac are out this year
Its flagship carving kit is sporting new ergonomically designed tools this year, and its pattern products now include software and a licensed Universal Studios Monsters Pattern Book
The "M&M's"[R] Brand Color Pattern Book
, Barbara Barbieri McGrath, illus.
Although primarily a pattern book
, you can see that Veverka offered his collaborators considerable freedom.
Map out your design before starting to cut - with a pencil if you're carving freehand, or with a big nail or spike if you're transferring a design from a magazine, a coloring book, a pumpkin-carving pattern book
or a picture you've drawn yourself.
Fabric designs tend to look smaller on a large sofa than they do in a pattern book