Ribbonwork Embroidery

Author: Sophie Long
Editor: The Crowood Press
ISBN: 1785002538
Size: 19,62 MB
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Ribbon embroidery is a simple, beautiful and versatile technique that dates back to the seventeenth century. This book brings it up to date with fresh instruction on floral classics, as well as stunning contemporary designs. With over 400 colour step-by-step photographs to guide the reader through each stitch, Ribbonwork Embroidery demonstrates the speed and simplicity of ribbonwork, and explains how it can be combined with other techniques to add detail and depth to a piece of embroidery. Step-by-step photographs guide the reader through each stitch, and detailed instructions explain how ribbonwork can be combined with a range of other techniques. Help and advice is provided throughout on working with silk ribbons and projects demonstrate how to use the stitches in designs. There are ideas for creating using pieces and advice on displaying embroidery. Beautifully illustrated with 436 colour step-by-step photographs.

Goldwork Embroidery

Author: Lizzy Pye
Editor: The Crowood Press
ISBN: 1785006487
Size: 20,56 MB
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Goldwork must be the most dramatic of the embroidered arts. The smallest addition of metal thread to a piece of embroidery can lend immediate visual impact, and yet the technique can also be beautifully subtle. A design stitched in goldwork will be rich in texture, shine and sparkle, and metal threads can be combined beautifully with other techniques. Aimed at guiding you through each stitch and technique, and with tips for moving on to your own designs, this book is full of practical instruction. With its high level of detail and over 600 photographs, it will be a treasured companion, whether you are a novice or an experienced embroiderer.

Applique Embroidery

Author: Florence Daisy Collingwood
Editor: The Crowood Press
ISBN: 1785005405
Size: 16,31 MB
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Applique is the fascinating and versatile technique of applying one fabric to another. This beautiful book covers the principles within the technique, from the design stage through to padding, edgings and decorative stitches. It explains how to use a great collection of materials and threads, along with a rich array of stitches and textures to give dimension and contrast, thereby creating a unique piece of art. Written by a widely respected teacher, the book draws on her extensive examples to illustrate and introduce embroidery techniques, such as gold work, crewel work and silk shading, that can be used in a piece of applique; explain stitches that can embellish the piece further, such as the traditional buttonhole and blanket stitch, as well as couching, fly, feather, herringbone and knotted stitches; encourage experimentation and play with ideas, for example layering fabrics onto different backgrounds, trying different types of padding to create height, perspective and 3D effects, and using different edging stitches with a variety of threads around the fabrics. It is lavishly illustrated with 450 colour photographs supporting the detailed text and step-by-step instructions. It is a book to be kept close and treasured.

Elegant Ribbonwork

Author: Helen Gibb
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1440315493
Size: 15,23 MB
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Respected ribbonwork designer Helen Gibb teaches readers how to add an heirloom touch to any garment or gift in Elegant Ribbonwork. Whether it's ribbon embellishments for wedding garments or a special outfit, readers will learn how to create an upscale look for less time than it takes to find the perfect outfit at a store. This easy-to-follow book includes: • Ribbonwork history, which gives readers a solid understanding of this exciting craft • Techniques for adding beauty and romance to any special occasion, including anniversaries, luncheons, an evening on the town • Special projects tailored to today's brides, featuring popular ribbonwork projects from brides of yesteryear Detailed instructions and hand-drawn illustrations offer readers clarity and encouragement as they create upscale designs.

Ribbonwork Gardens

Author: Christen Brown
Editor: C&T Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1607054132
Size: 14,72 MB
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Learn to make 122 exquisite floral elements with ribbon, using just 7 basic knots and stitches. Create a stunning fabric landscape and fill it with beautiful ribbon blooms like sweet cottage daffodils, bold and bright dahlias, or perfect little sweet peas. Suitable for every skill level, this indispensable guide shows you all the flower-making basics with plenty of how-to photos. It’s a complete compendium— with ribbon styles, selection and care, cutting charts, troubleshooting tips, and a gallery of inspirational ideas for using the floral vignettes you design. Add lovingly handmade details to everything you sew from quilts to craft projects to fashion accessories.

Ribbonwork Flowers

Author: Christen Brown
Editor: C&T Publishing
ISBN: 9781607059455
Size: 18,89 MB
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Stitch a garden 132 flowers and leaves using ribbon and lace. Christen Brown, author of best-selling Ribbonwork Gardens, shares fresh twists on vintage ribbonwork construction with how-to photos. A gallery of bouquets will inspire you to stitch realistic blooms. Embellish wearables, accessories, and home decor with posies and bountiful bouquets."

Ribbon Basics

Author: Mary Jo Hiney
Editor: Sterling Pub Co Inc
ISBN: 9780806912943
Size: 17,69 MB
Format: PDF
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Embroidered Embellished

Author: Christen Joan Brown
Editor: C&T Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1607056631
Size: 13,13 MB
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Provides photo instructions for sewing eighty-five different stitches as well as patterns for completeing eight embroidery stitching and embellishing projects.

Ribbonwork

Author: Katheryn Tidwell Bieber
Editor: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9781402721410
Size: 15,90 MB
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Designer and busy mom Katheryn Beiber has learned to work in 15 minute increments. And these 30 projects, made from luscious hand-dyed silk ribbons and vintage jewelry, were devised in much the same way--on the move. With plenty of diagrams to illustrate each stitch, fold, and gather, Beiber presents all the basics, from the tools to use to the embroidery techniques. But it's the exquisite items that will enchant, including a vintage rose or butterfly bookmark; a "sweetheart outfit" for a little girl; and an heirloom hat decorated with crystals, beads, and flower pins.

Needlework Through History

Author: Catherine Amoroso Leslie
Editor: Greenwood
ISBN:
Size: 17,52 MB
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Explores the history of needlework by providing alphabetically arranged entries about techniques, patterns, and styles used around the world and their changes with time.