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Jacobean Embroidery By Ada Wentworth Fitzwilliam
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These classic patterns from the Jacobean Era are complete with pictures and brief instructions. A true gem!
Handbook of Embroidery By L. Higgin
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Marianne Margaret Alford, Viscountess Alford, generally known as... More > Lady Marian Alford, (1817–1888), was an English artist, art patron, and author. She was known for her work with the Royal School of Art Needlework, and for writing a history of needlework.Alford was the elder daughter of Spencer Compton, 2nd Marquis of Northampton, by his wife Margaret, eldest daughter of Major-general Douglas Maclean-Clephane, and was born in 1817 at Rome, where her father was then living. Her childhood was spent in Italy and she derived a love of that country which lasted throughout her life. She came to England in 1830 with her parents, but in later life returned to spend many winters in Rome. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marian_Alford< Less
Assisi Embroideries By Thérèse de Dillmont
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Embroidery: Secrets of Embroidery for Stitching and Applique to Custom Embroidery Designs, & Starting an Embroidery Business By Mary Ann Clark, Malibu Publishing
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Embroidery is a type of stitching that can be found all over the world. It has long been a tradition for making various types of arts in different cultures. Many hobby shops offer patterns for... More > embroidery. You can make great looking designs by following the layout of the colors on the fabric. You can make pictures to frame, tea towels, and works of art to display around your home. You can also create your own custom embroidery designs to place on things. Many people look for someone who can customize this type of work for them. It is a great gift to give someone an embroidered project that has the names and birthdates of their children or their grandchildren.< Less
The Encyclopaedia of Needlework - White Embroidery By Therese De Dillmont
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The Encyclopaedia of Needlework (White embroidery)by Therese De Dillmont. Step-by-step instructions for the following: blanket/buttonhole stitch; stem stitch; back stitch; knot stitch; post stitch;... More > scallops; eyelet holes; raised satin stitch etc. Contains illustrations.< Less
Embroidery or the Craft of the Needle By W. G. Paulson Townsend, Louisa Frances Pesel
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Contents: Introduction-- Design as Applied to Embroidery -- Utility: Method and Material -- Adaptation Symbolism -- Description of Designs Illustrated -- Implements, Appliances, and Materials used in... More > Embroidery -- Ecclesiastical and Heraldic Needle-Work -- Stitches.< Less
Embroidery or the Craft of the Needle By W. G. Paulson Townsend, Louisa Frances Pesel
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Contents: Introduction-- Design as Applied to Embroidery -- Utility: Method and Material -- Adaptation Symbolism -- Description of Designs Illustrated -- Implements, Appliances, and Materials used in... More > Embroidery -- Ecclesiastical and Heraldic Needle-Work -- Stitches.< Less
French Knot Embroidery - Foxes By Donna Huntriss
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French knot designs featuring the A-Z Celt Fox alphabet. Easy to trace, easy to sew! Original designs by Australian designer, Donna L. Huntriss. Previously only available on Etsy.com now all Fox... More > letters included in this book. Included are tips to get started and handy hints to sew. Great for those who hate to count Cross stitch - French Knot embroidery is for you!< Less
The Development of Embroidery in America By Candace Wheeler
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Candace Wheeler (1827–1923), often credited as the... More > "mother" of interior design, was one of America's first woman interior and textile designers. She is famous for helping to open the field of interior design to women, making decorative art affordable, and for encouraging a new style of American design. In the years after the American Civil War, she advocated the fields of applied art, fine art and design as suitable for women, especially for the thousands of war widows who needed to be able to support their families. Wheeler was instrumental in the development of art courses for women in a number of major American cities. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Candace_Wheeler< Less