4 edition of Complete Book of Embroidery found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||January 10, 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 61 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
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Finanzierungsnöte der ländlichen Siedlung bei Durchführung des Reichssiedlungsgesetzes vom 11. 8. 1919.
Beginning with detailed instructions on different ways of creating raised padded shapes, she goes on to offer a virtual cornucopia of nature-based designs--flowers, fruits, birds, animals, and insects--arranged in delightfully realistic patterns and interspersed with charming quotations.
I got this from the library to learn new stitches for my projects! The pages are full of illustrations to make it easy to find the perfect stitch for your next project.
now that i am older i have been purchasing instructional of this type Complete Book of Embroidery needlework for gifts for nieces in the family hoping to inspire them to some old fashioned relaxing crafts. Includes easy step by step instructions and templates• This embroidery book covers eight key components of embroidery with advice from the Royal School of Needlework, founded in 1872.
This hard to find book is the ultimate bible for embroidery. This is on my Christmas wish list. Essential to the learning experience. In bygone times, the style of raised embroidery called stumpwork was the culmination of a young woman's education. Elegant, useful, and inspiring, her book is a must-have for all dedicated embroiderers. One of the books I want to read is called The Stumpwork Robe by Prue Batten which is about a woman who hides a story in the embroidery of a magnificent robe.
i would like to keep needlework alive in the generations to come. The Complete Book of Stumpwork Embroidery is an interesting and instructional book with a nod to history and includes the different Complete Book of Embroidery of stitches used, and many designs to choose from.
I've done simple embroidery since I was a teenager, but now as a grandma, I'm looking forward to using these guides to knock the socks off everyone with my "expertise". There is a good index as well, and there are color-coded families of stitches in the book. my mother embroidered on my bell bottom levis in the seventies. These books also give guidance on how to put stitches together to create a beautiful finished project.
There is also a section explaining all the different sized needles available and what they should be used for. This is probably my favorite of all the stitch guides I've sampled to date--beautiful clear descriptions and illustrations for making each stitch.
I'm now wishing that I had found it on the for sale shelves because I want a copy for myself! This is a must have resource. I'm using the library copy and hope to eventually find a copy for my permanent collection. Now you can use your imagination and make any piece uniquely yours with the 263 stitches presented in this book. The step by step A,B,C,D, stitch instructions ensure quick mastery.
Uses basic embroidery stitches to create complex designs• Diagrams and text make for easy to follow instructions suitable for even beginning embroiderers.
who knows what one person that recieved this book may be inspired to add to this art.