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Encyclopedia Of Embroidery Stitches Including Crewel

Author: Marion Nichols
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486139778
Size: 26.23 MB
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Precise explanations and instructions, clearly illustrated, on how to work chain, back, cross, knotted, woven stitches, and many more — 178 in all, including Cable Outline, Whipped Satin, and Eyelet Buttonhole. Over 1400 illustrations.

Hand Embroidery Stitches At A Glance

Author: Janice Vaine
Publisher: Landauer (IL)
ISBN: 9781935726593
Size: 29.46 MB
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Includes dozens of embroiery stitch options to inspire creativity with tips and techniques, as well as needle and thread charts for reference.

The Stitching Book

Author: Patricia Bage
Publisher: Search PressLtd
ISBN: 9781844487196
Size: 77.50 MB
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A guide to surface stitching provides step-by-step photographs and diagrams covering a variety of stitches and techniques for silk shading, crewel, mountmellick, stumpwork, hardanger, blackwork, drawn thread, and goldwork.

Royal School Of Needlework Embroidery Techniques

Author: Sally Saunders
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9780713488173
Size: 44.59 MB
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The distinguished reputation and specialist knowledge of the Royal School of Needlework are combined in this colourful and inspirational introduction to the most popular hand embroidery techniques. A detailed introductory section provides all the practical information needed for setting up and finishing pieces of embroidery, selecting your design, fabric and treads and preparing and framing up for working. The next four chapters examine the popular techniques of silk shading, gold work, crewelwork and black work, all introduced with a historical overview and a comprehensive stitch glossary. Each stitch technique features four exquisitely worked embroidery projects with step-by-step instructions and photographs explaining their development and stitching. The 16 projects include a Jacobean leaf sampler in crewel work, an Iris in blackwork, a tree bark design in silk shading and a sampler in goldwork. 'Royal School of Needlework: Embroidery Techniques' is an essential guide to stitching for embroiderers – it is a valuable source of reference and a beautiful book for the needlecrafter's library.

The New Work Of Our Hands

Author: Mae Rockland Tupa
ISBN: 9780801983627
Size: 17.22 MB
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Provides inspiration and patterns for creating samplers, wedding canopies, hallah covers, banners, and other items for Jewish family and holiday celebrations

Celebrating The Stitch

Author: Barbara Lee Smith
Publisher: Taunton
ISBN: 9780942391398
Size: 41.29 MB
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Surveys the work of one hundred American and Canadian artists and explores the styles and the variety of textile processes that give contemporary North American embroidery its unique look

Doodle Stitching

Author: Aimee Ray
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781600590610
Size: 58.17 MB
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A guide to embroidering hand drawn designs onto clothing, accessories and home accents. Also, shows how to transfer your own doodles onto fabric.

Hand Stitched Home

Author: Caroline Zoob
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062283383
Size: 35.83 MB
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Caroline Zoob's Hand-Stitched Home includes more than twenty striking and elegant embroidery designs for the home, including embellishments for dining chair covers, bed linens, window treatments, seat cushions, and more. Attention to simplicity and calm is what makes Caroline Zoob one of the most talented and creative designers in embroidery. Her work is utterly distinctive and in this book she shares her inspirations and techniques. The flexible approach of Hand-Stitched Home allows the reader to complete the full projects and explore different stitches and inspirations to create completely personal and original pieces. The book also includes detailed instructions for all of the projects, including special needlework methods the author has devised herself.

Push Stitchery

Author: Lark Books
Publisher: Lark Books (NC)
ISBN: 9781600597879
Size: 53.19 MB
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Inspiration meets innovation when thirty contemporary artists push the limits of fiber art. A contemporary exploration of embroidery, needlecraft, quilting, and textile arts, this book will delight, inspire, and transform the way you think about these traditional mediums.