A Z Of Embroidery Stitches 2

Author: Bumpkin
Editor: Search Press Limited
ISBN: 1781263698
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The ultimate reference guides for needleworkers with amazing projects, detailed step-by-step instructions and stunning photographs. This best-selling series covering mainly embroidery but also sewing, knitting and crochet was originally published by Country Bumpkin in Australia and has now been revamped for the modern needleworker by Search Press, with a fresh new design.Combined with the original A-Z of Embroidery Stitches, this book completes a comprehensive dicitionary of embroidery stitches and techniques. It offers every embroiderer a perfect way to add variety and interest to every new stitching project. Ultra-clear visuals make it easy to learn new techniques. Historical insights and beautiful embroideries add to the inspiration.

A Z Of Embroidery Stitches

Author: Sue Gardner
Editor: Quilters Resource
ISBN: 9780957715981
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A Z Of Embroidery Stitches 2

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Editor: Search Press(UK)
ISBN: 9781782211693
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"Over 145 new stitches to add to your repertoire"--Cover.

A Z Of Embroidery Stitches 2

Author: Susan O'Connor
Editor: Country Bumpkin Publications
ISBN: 9780977547661
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With step-by-step photographs and easy-to-follow instructions, this volume is designed to encourage readers to try new techniques, explore new horizons and - above all - to experiment with their embroidery.

A Z Of Wool Embroidery

Author: Country Bumpkin
Editor: Search Press Limited
ISBN: 1781267413
File Size: 12,49 MB
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Part of the bestselling A-Z series, this title explores the handiest stitches and techniques for use in the practice of wool embroidery.Clear step-by-step instructions lead the reader through the stitches themselves; and beautiful designs created by readers of Inspirations magazines in Australia aid the reader in putting the techniques into practice.A great accompaniment and follow-on to the A-Z of Embroidery Stitches.

Z Of Embroidery Stitches

Author: Country Bumpkin
Editor: Search Press Limited
ISBN: 1781268606
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This comprehensive guide to embroidery stitches contains all the embroiderer needs to know to work dozens of stitches, and includes full advice on everything from choosing materials, beginning and ending a thread and using hoops to working as a left-handed embroiderer and learning how to paint threads. Step-by-step photography and clear instructions make the techniques achievable for beginners as well as providing an invaluable reference guide for experienced embroiderers.

A Z Of Ribbon Embroidery

Author: Andrew Dunbar
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ISBN: 9780957906938
File Size: 57,10 MB
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A superb step by step guide to creating more than 40 dazzling designs using ribbon.

A Z Of Goldwork And Silk Embroidery

Author: Anna Scott
Editor: Country Bumpkin Publications
ISBN: 9780977547647
File Size: 14,62 MB
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This work contains step-by-step photographs to help you create each one of the 10 featured projects, while learning 96 different goldwork and silk embroidery stitches and techniques.

A Z Of Heirloom Sewing

Author: Country Bumpkin
Editor: Search Press Limited
ISBN: 1781263671
File Size: 34,18 MB
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The ultimate reference guides for needleworkers with amazing projects, detailed step-by-step instructions and stunning photographs. This best-selling series covering mainly embroidery but also sewing, knitting and crochet, was originally published by Country Bumpkin in Australia and has now been revamped for the modern needeworker by Search Press, with a fresh new design. Discover the delights of heirloom sewing, a collection of fine needlework techniques that imitate French hand sewing. The use of delicate fabrics trimmed with lace, entredeux, ribbon and tucks are common characteristics of this beautiful technique. Perfect for adding that extra special touch to christening gowns, children's clothes, wedding dresses and delicate garments, this book has methods for every skill level. Filled with detailed instructions and useful hints, this reference book offers over 700 clear step-by-step photographs to help you achieve the perfect finish.

A Z Of Goldwork With Silk Embroidery

Author: Country Bumpkin
Editor: Search Press Limited
ISBN: 178126368X
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The ultimate reference guides for needleworkers with amazing projects, detailed step-by-step instructions and stunning photographs. This best-selling series covering mainly embroidery but also sewing, knitting and crochet was originally published by Country Bumpkin in Australia and has now been revamped for the modern needleworker by Search Press, with a fresh new design.This book is full of practical expertise on how to create beautiful goldwork embroideries, enhanced with silk embroidery, while conveying the history and tradition of goldwork down the years. There is detailed information about the threads and equipment needed, with clearly illustrated instructions and many hints and tips to help you achieve the best results.

The A Z Of The Sewing Machine

Author: Maxine Henry
Editor: B T Batsford Limited
ISBN: 9780713473247
File Size: 69,21 MB
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This is an alphabetical, step-by-step guide to the sewing machine and its uses, with a lively and enthusiastic text that will encourage anyone who sews to make the most of their machine. The book includes sections on all aspects of the sewing machine, including braids, cords, cutwork, embroidery, hems, lace, patchwork, piping, quilting and many more.

Easy Stitching

Author: Anna Scott
Editor: C&T Publishing Inc
ISBN: 0977547671
File Size: 12,45 MB
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14 quick and easy projects, including baby gifts, clothing and homewares, will inspire both the beginner and the time-poor, experienced needlecrafter to pick up a needle and thread and embellish everyday items using ribbons, buttons, beads and braids.

A Z Of Embroidered Flowers

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Editor: Search Press(UK)
ISBN: 9781782211686
File Size: 15,70 MB
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This intricate A-Z guide to embroidered flowers provides inspiration on recreating blooms and buds from Alyssum to Zinnia, with clear step-by-step instructions, guidance on stitches and threads and tidbits of trivia about the flowers themselves.

A Z Of Crewel Embroidery

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Editor: Search PressLtd
ISBN: 9781782211631
File Size: 18,50 MB
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First published in Australia by Country Bumpkin Publications.

Encyclopedia Of Machine Embroidery

Author: Val Holmes
Editor: Anova Books
ISBN: 9781906388188
File Size: 16,40 MB
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An invaluable reference guide to the latest machine embroidery techniques, materials and equipment, all in handy A-Z format. Entries include correct tension settings, digitized motifs, enlarging patterns, fabric sculpture, gold thread, hand embroidery machines, interlaced machine stitches, lace techniques, multi-head machines, overlockers reverse stitching, smocking, understitching, whitework and many more. Embracing both free motion and computerised embroidery, this book contains all you need to know to make the most of your machine.

A Z Of Smocking

Author: Country Bumpkin
Editor: Search Press Limited
ISBN: 1781264341
File Size: 30,42 MB
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This book features every smocking stitch, clearly explained for beginners, but also has inspiring examples and new or little-known techniques to appeal to experienced smockers. It shows how to work the stitches, read graphs, and select colours, fabric and threads. It teaches how to pleat and block a garment, gives advice on different techniques such as ribbon weaving, counterchange, template and freeform smocking and much more. It is bursting with hints, ideas and inspirational photographs. There is full advice on the fabric, needles and thread needed and a glossary of smocking terms. Interspersed throughout the book there are helpful hints for all the stitches and techniques, and beautiful photographs of smocked garments to inspire the reader to pick up a needle.

The Anchor Book Of Counted Thread Embroidery Stitches

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Editor: David & Charles Publishers
ISBN: 9780715306307
File Size: 71,21 MB
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Anchor Books are recognized as the essential handy guides to the whole range of embroidery techniques.

The A Z Of Handicrafts

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ISBN: 9780904644029
File Size: 73,11 MB
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An alphabetical guide to the instructions and designs for over 40 popular crafts from embroidery and patchwork to jewelry fully illustrated with over 100 illustrations.

A Z Of Crewel Embroidery

Author: Sue Gardner
Editor: Country Bumpkin Publications
ISBN: 9780975092033
File Size: 12,76 MB
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Semi-hardcover ? Concealed spiral binding ? A$29.95 ? November 2004ISBN 0-9750920-3-0 ? 228mm x 218mm wide ? 128pp500 step-by-step colour photographsA-Z of Crewel Embroidery, the eighth book in the hugely successful A-Z needlework seriesfrom Country Bumpkin Publications, has much to offer, if not more than its predecessors.This newest release introduces you to the tradition that is crewel embroidery and its transformation into an art form that is still popular today. The book is a perfect introduction for beginners and a 'must have' for more experienced embroiderers.Presented in an easy to use style, this spiral bound book is overflowing with hundreds ofstep-by-step photographs and invaluable hints for creating over 16 original designs instyles ranging from traditional to contemporary, each one accompanied by colourphotography, clear working instructions and a full size pattern.Also included is comprehensive information about the wools, fabrics and equipmentrequired and a multitude of tips to help get you started. Tantalizing tidbits about thebeginning of crewel embroidery and its evolution within different societies, is includedalong with over 500 step-by-step photographs and easy to follow instructions for morethan 45 stitches and techniques.Also included is a simple to use cross-referenced index.

Piecework

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