This Is Perfect Calendar gift for any occasion: Christmas Gifts Veterans Day Gifts Thanksgiving Gifts Birthday Gifts New year wishes Features and details: 12-month calendar, January 2022 to December 2022 ( BONUS 4 Months ) Calendar Size: 8 ...
Author: Asher Smith
THAT PATCHORK PLACE QUILT 2022 CALENDAR Special gifts for all ages, genders and who love discovering the patchwork style ✓ This calendar will help you more organized and better in time management and work for your goals! This Is Perfect Calendar gift for any occasion: Christmas Gifts Veterans Day Gifts Thanksgiving Gifts Birthday Gifts New year wishes Features and details: 12-month calendar, January 2022 to December 2022 ( BONUS 4 Months ) Calendar Size: 8.5 x 8.5 (8.5 x 17 when open) Premium quality paper (Glossy cover) Monthly overview pages and lines for notes Official Holidays Please Note: This great and practical calendar can be used as a desk or wall calendar, though it does not have holes for hanging (a simple hole-punch would take care of the issue) Give this calendar to yourself, friends, family, co-worker and have a great year together! For more Calendars and Planners, click on Author name to check it out!!! Thank You for Being Our Customers!
Please check out our NEW 2021 Collection Calendars (Click on Author name G Shepherd Media below the title.) FEATURES AND DETAILS: 12 Calendar Months from January 2021 to December 2021 12 Gorgeous Full Color Photographs (Different for Every ...
Author: G Shepherd Media
12 Month Calendar filled with photos of hand made quilts! Works as a desk calendar OR punch your own holes to use as a wall calendar..you choose! Filled with 12 handpicked stunning images to delight you every day of the year. Official US Holidays only. No obscure holidays that just clutter up your calendar and reduce your writing area. Each calendar page includes mini-calendar from the previous and following months, plus extra space for your own notes. BONUS year-at-a-glance pages for 2021 and 2022. Please check out our NEW 2021 Collection Calendars (Click on Author name G Shepherd Media below the title.) FEATURES AND DETAILS: 12 Calendar Months from January 2021 to December 2021 12 Gorgeous Full Color Photographs (Different for Every Month) Measures 8.5 x 8.5 inches (21.59 cm x 21.59 cm) 17 inches when fully open Year-at-a-glance for 2021 and 2022 Attractive Soft Glossy Cover US Official Holidays CATEGORIES: Wall Calendars 2021-2022 Patchwork Quilts Bedspread Blanket Coverlet Quilt Patterns Photo Calendars 2021-2022
Weekly 2020-2021 Planner for 2020-2021 (July - July).
Author: GoodTimes Planners
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Weekly 2020-2021 Planner for 2020-2021 (July - July). A full spread for each week. Medium ruled line spacing for easy writing. 5x8." No illustrations, giving you maximum space to write down your homework assignments, appointments and reminders. Includes: Personal information and Emergency information, Four Timetables, for quarterly schedules (or trimesters / semesters, of course) Yearly overview, to quickly mark and see important dates, Monthly pages, each month compact on a single page, Weekly spreads, a single week on two pages, Each week starts on Monday, ends on Sunday (ISO standard), Pages for Contacts, name, address, email, phone, or other information you need Additional pages for notes, passwords or other important information.
Finley, John. Kentucky Quilts, 1800–1900. Louisville: The Kentucky Quilt Project, Inc., 1982. Finley, Ruth E. Old Patchwork Quilts and the Women Who Made Them. Philadelphia and London: Lippincott, 1929. Frost, S. Annie.
Author: Laureen LaBar
Publisher: Down East Books
Quilting has a rich history in Maine and America and its popularity has surged in recent years as people return to traditional handcrafts. The history of quilting in Maine is a story of community and Maine State Museum curator Laurie LaBar coaxes stories out of objects and uses those stories to enlighten, entertain, and bring new voices to Maine history. The first book of its kind, Maine Quilts 250 Years ofComfort and Community is the accompanying volume to a major two-year exhibit at the Maine State Museum. Stories abound, and lesser known aspects of the state’s history are brought to light, but the star attractions are the quilts themselves. Ranging from surviving Colonial era quilts to present day creations, more than 150 are presented in full color.
We want our curriculum to be a tapestry of interwoven concepts that create a cohesive narrative, not a patchwork quilt of isolated units and ideas. It transforms curriculum from a slog to cover content into a quest to uncover meaning.
Author: Julie Stern
Publisher: Corwin Press
"It is a pleasure to have a full length treatise on this most important topic, and may this focus on transfer become much more debated, taught, and valued in our schools." - John Hattie Teach students to use their learning to unlock new situations. How do you prepare your students for a future that you can’t see? And how do you do it without exhausting yourself? Teachers need a framework that allows them to keep pace with our rapidly changing world without having to overhaul everything they do. Learning That Transfers empowers teachers and curriculum designers alike to harness the critical concepts of traditional disciplines while building students’ capacity to navigate, interpret, and transfer their learning to solve novel and complex modern problems. Using a backwards design approach, this hands-on guide walks teachers step-by-step through the process of identifying curricular goals, establishing assessment targets, and planning curriculum and instruction that facilitates the transfer of learning to new and challenging situations. Key features include Thinking prompts to spur reflection and inform curricular planning and design. Next-day strategies that offer tips for practical, immediate action in the classroom. Design steps that outline critical moments in creating curriculum for learning that transfers. Links to case studies, discipline-specific examples, and podcast interviews with educators. A companion website that hosts templates, planning guides, and flexible options for adapting current curriculum documents. Using a framework that combines standards and the best available research on how we learn, design curriculum and instruction that prepares your students to meet the challenges of an uncertain future, while addressing the unique needs of your school community.
The book contains 10 stunningly photographed projects and over 25 full sized patterns and motifs that range from quick and effective tree decorations to a stunning quilt.
Author: Mandy Shaw
Stylishly themed in Red & White, Mandy Shaw's Red & White Christmas Projects are sure to inspire you to pick up your needle and thread and start stitching. The book contains 10 stunningly photographed projects and over 25 full sized patterns and motifs that range from quick and effective tree decorations to a stunning quilt.
Slowly as the calendar progresses, the color change works its way south or lower in elevation until by mid to late October the whole region would generally be ablaze.
Author: Dr Lew Deitch
Publisher: Independently Published
Every year a transformation occurs in the broadleaf forests of eastern Canada and the northeastern United States. It is known as the changing of the colors, and it is one of nature's most breathtaking spectacles. As the days begin to shorten and the nights become colder, the leaves of the deciduous broadleaf trees begin to lose their ability to produce the vital sugars that keep the tree nourished during spring and summer. The trees prepare to become dormant in advance of the long, cold winters. As the leaves begin to die, a physical change occurs in which the chemical composition of each leaf is altered. The end result is an incredible transformation of the leaf color from green to yellow, gold, orange or red, depending upon the particular species. And since the forests are a mix of species, the colors splash across the landscape in a patchwork quilt of daubs of brilliance. Whole hillsides or riverbanks begin to blaze in vivid warm tones, visually dazzling to the human eye. And it is this natural phenomenon that draws visitors from all over the world to bear witness. It begins in the northern reaches of the broadleaf forest where it mixes with the great boreal taiga whose coniferous trees do not shed their needles all at once. By mid-September the first tinges of color were always seen north of the St. Lawrence River in the Canadian Shield or at the higher elevations of the northern Appalachian Mountains of the New England states. Slowly as the calendar progresses, the color change works its way south or lower in elevation until by mid to late October the whole region would generally be ablaze. Like a real fire, the change engulfs every broadleaf tree, joining all their shades of color into a kaleidoscope of hues that brings out the cameras and paintbrushes. It is important to note that with warming temperatures brought about by climate change, there have been significant changes in the timing and intensity of the fall colors. What was noted above is no longer as reliable a guide to the changing of the colors. Much now depends upon how warm the daytime temperatures are in September and into early October. This will impact both the start of the fall color season and also the intensity of the actual color itself. In 2015, for example, the colors came about two weeks later than normal but were as intense and brilliant as those of us who have lived in these parts can remember. In 2017, exceptionally unseasonable temperatures persisted into early October. Thus the fall color season came late and in many areas it was nowhere near as vibrant as expected, nor did it last as long. Yet in many localized pockets the color was brilliant and even lasted until early November. Once it was so reliable that you could book a tour or cruise in late September or early October and virtually be assured of a dynamic color change. In 2020 and 2021 the fall colors were quite brilliant and lasted well into the early part of November.