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ART NEEDLEWORK and EMBROIDERY TRANSFERS 1870-1970

eBook (PDF), 98 Pages
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Price: $9.38
Molly Proctor, notable collector of historical needlework and author of Needlework Tools and Accessories: A Collectors' Guide and Victorian Canvas Work: Berlin Wool Work has now turned her attention to the hitherto neglected field of needlework stitched from printed transfers. Proctor interviewed workers (many of whom are now dead) connected with the transfer print industry and reveals a history of patent disputes, Victorian patterns, Art Deco and Art Nouveau artists, needle etchings, occupational therapy for wounded soldiers, even a soldier stitching at Dunkirk while waiting for rescue. Illustrated throughout with beautiful colour photographs, this is a book both to inform the historian and inspire the needlewoman.
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  • By diana_slater
    Jan 11, 2015
    Such as awesome book for those looking for historic embroidery patterns and history on embroidery. I love it.
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Product Details

Published
September 28, 2011
Language
English
Pages
98
File Format
PDF
File Size
24.27 MB

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Printable? Yes
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