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Capturing the Twentieth century in pictures, 100 Years Of Fashion is a photography book featuring hundreds of images. Starting in the 1900's, the book takes an exploration through history, looking at how fashion has developed with each decade, in response to changes in society and attitude.

From the elegance of the 1910's royalty, wartime fashion in the 40's, free love hippy styles of the swinging 60's, Brit love trends in the 90's straight through to modern designers, this book is a must have for any fashion lover.

Featuring trends good and bad, take an inspirational journey through the past century in fashion and discover new looks which you can use today.

You can pick up a copy of the book from GMC Publications now.

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These cut up toilet rolls make great wall art, you'd never guess what they were before.

Check out the how-to from Growing Up Creative.

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Tanya Alpert's pattern book Haiku Knits features knitwear inspired by the elegance and simplicity of Japanese design.

Including 25 patterns, the designs take inspiration from natural elements such as the ocean, snow, wind, stream, flowers and the various lights of the day. Create a Chrysanthemum kimono-syle cardigan, a Clear Water lacy scarf, a Seaweed asymmetric tunic and tie, Hazy Moon ethereal scarf, and a gorgeous Lantern Floating softly felted top and skirt. Featuring clothing and accessories, there are big and small projects for every skill level.

Pick up your sticks and take them on an oriental journey across Japan with this delightful pattern book.

Check out a sample project from the book Fisherman's Net Fringed Wrap. You can pick up a copy of the book from Random House now.

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Here is our pick of some of the best projects on CO+K last week:

Award yourself with a rosette ribbon brooch, crochet a flowers headband, bake candy corn and peanut cookies, melt plastic bottles in to flowers, sew cat ears and a scary halloween tote, make a pinup record cover notebook, construct dark angel wings, make some itajime dyed tights, sew a Joy holiday ornament, turn oranges in to jack o lanterns, revamp a pair of shoes in to French court costume shoes, make a gruesome severed neck choker and sew a ruffle skirt.

Recipe Finds »

If you've got some pumpkin leftovers from Halloween, then this pumpkin cake with butterscotch filling might be the perfect solution.

Check out the recipe from Annie's Eats.

Turn Halloween candy in to a garland as a last minute decoration.

Check out the how-to from Gracious Rain.

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These pumpkin blondies would make great last minute Halloween nibbles.

Check out the recuoe from Annie's Eats.

Craft Finds »

These crochet pumpkins are way too adorable.

Check out the pattern from Planet June.

Continuing the theme of pumpkin themed recipes, here are some yummy pumpkin cream cheese muffins.

Check out the recipe from Annie's Eats.

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