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Kites and Windsocks epub

by Jim Rowlands


Kites and Windsocks epub

ISBN: 0713467053

ISBN13: 978-0713467055

Author: Jim Rowlands

Category: Transportation

Subcategory: Transportation

Language: English

Publisher: Batsford Ltd (August 5, 1992)

Pages: 104 pages

ePUB book: 1111 kb

FB2 book: 1629 kb

Rating: 4.2

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Author: Jim Rowlands ISBN 10: 0713467053

Author: Jim Rowlands ISBN 10: 0713467053. All used books sold by Book Fountain All new books sold by Book Fountain Will be clean, not soiled or stained. It also features a range of attractive designs from the simple multitube and two cell structure to the more complex inflatable kites. Jim Rowlands is the author of Making and Flying Modern Kites and Kites to Make and Fly.

Rowlands, Jim; Crooks, John. Published by St Martins Pr. ISBN 10: 031208966X ISBN 13: 9780312089665.

The latest book from renowned kite expert Jim Rowlands is the first to deal exclusively with the construction of soft kites (those not requiring rigid frames)

The latest book from renowned kite expert Jim Rowlands is the first to deal exclusively with the construction of soft kites (those not requiring rigid frames). Sleds, parafoils, inflatables, and sculpted windsocks are featured, along with abundant line drawings and meticulous instructions for assembly.

Soft Kites and Windsocks By Jim Rowlands and John Cooks. Making Kites By David Michael. Easy to Make Decorative Kites – Nine Models From Around the World By Alen and Gill Bridgewater. Choose one of the scientists or inventors listed above and study their work with kites more fully. Prepare a report on the person and be sure to include photos or sketches. There are many persons who have made history using kites.

And whether kites and windsocks is nylon, plastic, or polyester. Kites and windsocks products are most popular in United States, Germany, and United Kingdom. There are 195 kites and windsocks suppliers, mainly located in Asia. The top supplying country or region is China, which supply 100% of kites and windsocks respectively.

This is a bibliography of works on the subject of kites (tethered aircraft). The bibliography contains works on the history of, flying of, construction of, scientific use of and fiction about kites. A Kite Journey Through India by Tal Streeter. 2008 Mini Kite-A-Day Box Calendar by Jeff Cole, Wayne Hosking. Asian Kites: Asian Arts & Crafts for Creative Kids by Wayne Hosking (2005). The Art of the Japanese Kite (1974) by Tal Streeter. Art That Flies (1991) Dayton Art Institute.

Kites and Windsocks, Rowlands, Jim, Very Good, Hardcover.

This is a guide to the design and construction of "soft" kites - parafoils, inflatables and sculptured windsocks. The book explains how to make each of over 20 kites, from selection of the fabric to marking and cutting out, to the techniques of sewing and decorating to the final rigging of the kite. It also features a range of attractive designs from the simple multitube and two cell structure to the more complex inflatable kites. Jim Rowlands is the author of "Making and Flying Modern Kites" and "Kites to Make and Fly".