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/Â£*Â»Â· MM Good fortune, good health and long life--things everyone wants. American Indians represented these goals with the God's Eye talisman, called O/o de D/os in Spanish. Now PARADE is offering for modern Americans a book that can bring the skills and designs of generations of worshipers into your home. -Called'O/o cfe D/os * Eye of God, this one dollar (plus 25* for postage and handling) bargain can show you how to decofate your home quickly and easily with colorful pieces of artwork made primarily of yarn. The fundamentals of crafting the colorful God's Eye figures are fully presented and explained to serve as a basis for the creation of original and unusual designs. Handicrafters interested in producing one-of-a- kind talismans for home-use or gift-giving, can quickly alter patterns, shapes and sizes, to enhance any color scheme and fit any available space, large or small. The book also includes precise step-by-step directions for weaving 19. lovely charms, to protect as well as decorate the home. Ojo-crafting offers excellent opportunity for creative expression, skill and personal satisfaction and an inexpensive alternative to the usual store-bought, mass-produced prints of the masters, commercial plaques and pop posters. Easily mastered by young and old alike, the O/o de D/os is truly a craft for all times and all ages. III UKlltti. Send $1 (plus 25? for postage and handling) in cash, check or money order to Parade, P.O. Box 4, Department W, Kensington Station, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11218. Please print your name, address, and zip code and allow three weeks for delivery.