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Old 05-10-2012, 10:38 AM   #1
Leah Carson
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Arts & Crap: A Spoofbook on Arts and Crafts

Arts & Crap is bursting at the seams with short and snappy spooflets, including "The Deadly Art of Needlepoint," "12 Telltale Signs You'll Get Hooked on Scrapbooking," and "Knit One, Burn Two." Among these 18 how-not-to's, you're sure to find one particular craft you've always loved to hate.

Here's a sample:

You know you're in trouble when a craft has its own special terminology for giving up. That's the case with knitting, in which "frogging" means abandoning a project: unraveling it, dissolving it in acid, flushing it down the toilet, or whatever.

How can you decide whether to finish or frog your UFO (unfinished object)?...

Arts & Crap: Lots of laughs for just 99 cents!

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