How to Make Lampshades

To those who appreciate the value of artistic lighting both as a means of making a house more homelike and beautiful and for the practical purposes of getting the best possible light in which to read or sew or entertain one's friends, this ...

How to Make Lampshades

Author: Ruth Collins Allen

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

ISBN: 1447492188

Page: 64

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To those who appreciate the value of artistic lighting both as a means of making a house more homelike and beautiful and for the practical purposes of getting the best possible light in which to read or sew or entertain one’s friends, this book is dedicated. It is concerned with the business of making lamp shades, but also attempts to give such general principles of colour, design, and lighting as will aid the reader in the best selection of the lamp which will suit his particular need. Contents Include: Planning your Illumination; General Principles of Design; Colour; Materials for Shades; How to Make Silk Shades; How to Make Parchment Shades; How to Decorate Parchment Shades; How to Prepare and Lacquer Papers; Motifs, and Suggestions for their Application. This book contains classic material dating back to the 1900s and before. The content has been carefully selected for its interest and relevance to a modern audience.

Lampshade Making Book Number Two

We are republishing this vintage text in a high quality, modern and affordable edition, complete with the original illustrations and a new introduction.

Lampshade Making   Book Number Two

Author: F. J. Christopher

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

ISBN: 1447489209

Page: 136

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This vintage guidebook provides instructions on how to design and make lampshades. Illustrated with useful diagrams, it instructs the reader in the different types of frames and their construction, covering materials, making patterns, assembly and finishing techniques, and it remains a helpful and practical text for anyone interested in textiles, design and classic handicrafts. Contents of Part Two include: introduction; Preface; Chapter One: Purpose and function of lampshades; Chapter Two: Making lampshade frames; Chapter Three: Covering materials; Chapter Four: Making Patterns; Chapter Five: Simple Lampshades; Chapter Six: Lampshades with stitched covers; Chapter Seven: Fabric-covered lampshades; Chapter Eight: Stiff lampshade covers; Chapter Nine: Basketry lampshades; Chapter Ten: Table lamp bases; Chapter Eleven: Decorating lampshades. We are republishing this vintage text in a high quality, modern and affordable edition, complete with the original illustrations and a new introduction.

Creating Stained Glass Lampshades

CHAPTER 9 MAKING A STAINED GLASS LAMPSHADE DOME USING LEAD
CAME The making of a leaded glass shade using came involves some special
consideration as to the design. Lead came is - very pliable and therefore when ...

Creating Stained Glass Lampshades

Author: James H. Hepburn

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 9780486417479

Page: 111

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Shows crafters at all levels how to create stunning lampshades. Projects include a candle chimney, lantern, panel shade, hanging cylinder lamp, and procedures using the lead-came method and copper-foil. 180 black-and-white figures.

Making Lampshades

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Making Lampshades

Author: Angela Fishburn

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Page: 94

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The Paper Shade Book

Simple Techniques for Making Beautiful Lampshades Maryellen Driscoll.
INTRODUCTION A lampshade can be and should be much more than an
unappreciated wallflower . It can act as an accent piece , soft - spoken and
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The Paper Shade Book

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ISBN: 9781610594752

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Fifteen stylish lighting projects are presented in 100+ photos, step-by-step instructions, templates patterns, tips & techniques.

How to Make Lampshades

To those who appreciate the value of artistic lighting both as a means of making a house more homelike and beautiful and for the practical purposes of getting the best possible light in which to read or sew or entertain one's friends, this ...

How to Make Lampshades

Author: Marian Foster

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 66

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To those who appreciate the value of artistic lighting both as a means of making a house more homelike and beautiful and for the practical purposes of getting the best possible light in which to read or sew or entertain one's friends, this book is dedicated. It is concerned with the business of making lamp shades, but also attempts to give such general principles of colour, design, and lighting as will aid the reader in the best selection of the lamp which will suit his particular need. Contents Include: Planning your Illumination; General Principles of Design; Colour; Materials for Shades; How to Make Silk Shades; How to Make Parchment Shades; How to Decorate Parchment Shades; How to Prepare and Lacquer Papers; Motifs, and Suggestions for their Application. This book contains classic material dating back to the 1900s and before. The content has been carefully selected for its interest and relevance.

Lampshades to Make

Introduction Www All you will ever need to know about making lampshades is in
this book . Whatever your talents — even if you are a beginner — there is
something here to fascinate you . Lampshades can be made quickly and easily at
home ...

Lampshades to Make

Author: Linda Doeser

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780891960065

Page: 88

View: 333

Step-by-step instructions for making lampshades in a variety of designs from easily available materials.

Lamps and Lampshade Making

We are republishing this vintage text in a high quality, modern and affordable edition. It comes complete with a new introduction and features reproductions of the original artwork.

Lamps and Lampshade Making

Author: S. Palestrant

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

ISBN: 1447492803

Page: 292

View: 924

This classic guidebook instructs the reader on how to make and utilise lampshades and lighting. Extensively illustrated with useful diagrams, it explains the different types of lamps, typical materials, components and processes involved in lamp making and illumination, and remains an interesting text for anyone interested in design or the handicraft of lamp making today. Contents include: foreword; introduction; Part One - Basic Illumination; Part Two – The Lamp Base; Part Three – Lampshades; Part Four – Lamps and Lampshades; Conclusion. We are republishing this vintage text in a high quality, modern and affordable edition. It comes complete with a new introduction and features reproductions of the original artwork.

Materials and Equipment Needed to Make Your Own Lampshades

This book contains a detailed guide to the materials, frames, and tools necessary to successful lampshade making.

Materials and Equipment Needed to Make Your Own Lampshades

Author: Various Authors

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

ISBN: 1473356091

Page: 24

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This book contains a detailed guide to the materials, frames, and tools necessary to successful lampshade making. Complete with a wealth of information and detailed images, this text is the perfect starting point for anyone interested in embracing the exciting world of lampshade making as a hobby. Chapters contained herein include: 'Materials', 'Sheepskin or Decorative Parchment', 'Parchment—Oiled', 'Old Deeds', 'Real Vellum', 'Buckram', 'Flock Paper', 'Trimmings', 'Pleated and Hole-Punched Parchments', 'Tools and Equipment', and 'Wire Frames'. This book has been elected for modern republication in the hope that its lessons shall continue to be of use for future generations, and we are proud to republish it here complete with a new introduction to the subject.

Lampshades How to Make Them

This volume contains a complete guide to designing and making lampshades. With information on tools, materials, common problems, planning, and other related aspects, this volume is ideal for novice handcrafters.

Lampshades   How to Make Them

Author: Olive Earle

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

ISBN: 1446545504

Page: 132

View: 909

Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

50 Thrifty DIY Lampshades

Choosing the right lampshade can enhance the mood of a room but making lampshades by hand provides a uniquely individual touch 50.

50 Thrifty DIY Lampshades

Author: Adeline Lobut

Publisher: F+W Media, Inc.

ISBN: 1446365875

Page: 128

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Choosing the right lampshade can enhance the mood of a room but making lampshades by hand provides a uniquely individual touch 50. Thrifty DIY Lampshades provides you with a beautiful yet achievable collection of lampshade projects that look expensive but don't have the price tag to match to enhance any home! Each of the 50 projects is accompanied by simple instructions, diagrams and illustrated by beautiful photographs. Useful templates and stencils are also provided to help you master the basic techniques, whether you are a complete novice or an expert DIY-er. Features a diverse range of styles, techniques and materials for wide appeal - including knitting, sewing, beading, decoupage, upcycling, papercraft and more. So why not brighten up your decor with handmade lamps in an abundance of styles from contemporary chic to natural organic, classic retro to boho modern.

Shades of Light

An invaluable practical reference guide, which includes both clear written instructions and helpful illustrations, this book explores the history of lampshade-making, its trends and design inspirations.

Shades of Light

Author: Ruth De Fraga Gomes

Publisher: Robert Hale

ISBN: 9780719811050

Page: 176

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Traditional lampshade-making has, for many years, been a sadly overlooked craft, as cheap to buy and readily available modern card shades have become the norm. However, with the resurgence of public interest in make-do and mend and home crafts, as well as the desire to find something unique in a homogenous sea of chain shops, traditional fabric lampshades are becoming more popular. An invaluable practical reference guide, which includes both clear written instruction and helpful illustrations, this book explores the history of lampshade-making, its trends and design inspirations. It looks at the technical elements required, shows the techniques needed to make the shade properly in the traditional way and then explores more advanced techniques such as chiffon swathing and knife pleating. Once the reader has understood the potential of the hand-crafted shade, he or she can begin the design process, even using creative skills from other disciplines. The great thing about lampshade-making is that it doesn’t require a large financial outlay and can involve a lot of reusing and recycling. Only a small work space is needed and there is little specialist equipment to buy. So if you want to create something beautiful, unique and practical but don’t have unlimited resources or a wealth of technical skills, this entertaining and satisfying home craft could be just what you’re looking for.

Make Your Own Lampshades

This fabulous new book from lampshade designer Elizabeth Cake shows you how a beautiful and unique lampshade can completely transform a room, with 35 wonderful projects for you to try.

Make Your Own Lampshades

Author: Elizabeth Cake

Publisher: CICO Books

ISBN: 9781782490456

Page: 128

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Lighting is one of the most important elements of a room’s decorating scheme, yet many of us opt for a plain fabric shade for that table lamp or pendant ceiling light. This fabulous new book from lampshade designer Elizabeth Cake shows you how a beautiful and unique lampshade can completely transform a room, with 35 wonderful projects for you to try. The first section explains in detail how to make the four basic lampshade shapes: drum, bell, Tiffany-style, and cone. Then Textiles includes ideas from fairy light shades made from vintage fabrics to a twisted ribbon drum shade and covers a number of simple techniques such as appliqué, cross-stitch, patchwork, or simple stitching. Paper, Card, and Wood includes simple designs using papier maché and origami, and ideas for upcycling. Metal has easy but effective ideas such as hanging old keys from a bell frame, as well as more challenging ones such as puncturing copper sheeting to create an Art Deco effect. Finally, Odds and Ends has quirky ways to use found items, such as old 35-mm slides and even drinking straws. With clear instructions and illustrations, this is a comprehensive guide for anyone wishing to add character and style to their lighting scheme.

Let There be Light A Guide to Making and Decorating Lamp Shades in the Home

It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially-commissioned new introduction on making lampshades.

Let There be Light   A Guide to Making and Decorating Lamp Shades in the Home

Author: Kay Hardy

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

ISBN: 1447481941

Page: 20

View: 811

“Let There be Light” is a vintage guide to designing, making, and decorating lampshades. An often neglected opportunity for money-saving and self-expression, the lampshade can be a practical centrepiece of any room. This step-by-step guide walks the reader through every step of the process, making it suitable for DIY novices and hand-crafting veterans alike. Contents include: “Fabric or Paper”, “Color Hints”, “Simple Shapes Best”, “Paste-on Trims”, “Sew-on Trims”, “Cutting the Round Shade”, “Cutting the Square or Oblong Shade”, “Cutting Fluted Shades”, “Attaching to the Frame”, etc. Many vintage books such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially-commissioned new introduction on making lampshades.

How to Make Plastic Ribbon Lampshades

A simple 'how to' guide for making plastic ribbon lamp shades for retro lamp bases, where to source materials and step by step instructions for a basic shade.

How to Make Plastic Ribbon Lampshades

Author: Merlene Fawdry

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781506113685

Page: 58

View: 641

A simple 'how to' guide for making plastic ribbon lamp shades for retro lamp bases, where to source materials and step by step instructions for a basic shade. Includes information on Barsony and Kalmar ceramics, many colour illustrations and refurbishment hints for Barsony lamp bases.

Entrepreneur Magazine s 168 More Businesses Anyone Can Start and Make a Lot of Money

Linda Panek , owner of the Antique Lampshade Co. in Mission Viejo , California ,
has found her niche creating replicas of antique lampshades . All of Panek's ...
Panek began making lampshades as a hobby from her home in 1983. She taught
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Entrepreneur Magazine s 168 More Businesses Anyone Can Start and Make a Lot of Money

Author: Chase Revel

Publisher: Bantam

ISBN: 9780553352382

Page: 221

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Covers start-up costs, profits, potential problems, and marketing.

Design and Make Decorative Details

... making 8 N Skirt ( for dressing table ) 17 Slip stitch 6 Stencilled tablecloth 37
Stitches blanket 6 buttonhole 6 hemming 7 herringbone 6 ladder 6 lampshade 7
slip 6 Stools 26 , 30 Storage 68 - 79 Stretched lampshade 44 Fan edging 48 Flat
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Design and Make Decorative Details

Author: Heather Luke

Publisher: New Holland Pub Limited

ISBN: 9781853689437

Page: 80

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That hand-woven throw casually tossed over a chair. The vase holding a single flower. The variety of lighted candles sitting on the mantel. It's the small details like these that turn a house into a stylish home. Not only do these objects provide beauty, but many, such as fabric-covered hat and shoe boxes, are useful for storage or as gifts. * Learn all the basic techniques, from mitred corners to binding to gluing.* Drape dressing tables in yards of material.* Brighten up tables with personalized tablecloths, place mats, and napkins.* Get instructions for sewing hemmed finishes, and covering stools, side tables, and luggage racks.* Make your own lampshade. Some of sheerest silk let light shine through; others are fashioned out of gathered material, or pleated. * Construct frames, boxes, screens, lunch baskets and more! And a lot of other design ideas. Turn your house into a stylish home with this informative series that everyone can use. New Holland 80 pages (all in color), 8 1/2 x 11.