Stitched Fabric Brooches

Author: Alex McQuade
Editor: Search PressLtd
ISBN: 9781782210405
Size: 10,12 MB
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The latest in the Twenty to Make series, Stitched Fabric Brooches shows readers how to create contemporary layered brooches and corsages. Textile expert Alex McQuade uses a range of materials, from linen and lace to buttons and ribbons – some vintage or recycled – for her signature look, which includes themes such as birds, hearts, dogs, cupcakes and flowers. The book will show how to combine a range of colours and fabrics to beautiful effect, and provide alternative suggestions to encourage readers to experiment for themselves.

Twenty To Make

Author: Myra Hutton
Editor: Search Press Limited
ISBN: 178126256X
Size: 20,98 MB
Format: PDF
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20 felt sewing projects that are quick, easy, stylish, modern and appealing.This book provides a range of fun and attractive felt brooch designs that will appeal to seasoned sewing machine users as well as beginners. The designs include popular motifs such as an owl, a chicken, dogs, cats, cupcakes, fairies and flowers, as well as more quirky subjects such as a beach hut and a seed head. Some designs include organza, beads and other materials as embellishment. A techniques section is included which explains step-by-step all the stitches used, and a template is provided for each design.The author has made the 20 designs in bought felt which are featured in the styled shots. She has then re-made each project using her own handmade felt to showcase the different effects that can be acheived with texture and depth of colour. Each of these alternatives has been photographed in detail.

Felt Brooches With Free Machine Stitching

Author: Myra Hutton
Editor: Search PressLtd
ISBN: 9781782211969
Size: 10,45 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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"20 felt sewing projects that are quick, easy, stylish, modern and appealing. This book provides a range of fun and attractive felt brooch designs that will appeal to seasoned sewing machine users as well as beginners. The designs include popular motifs such as an owl, a chicken, dogs, cats, cupcakes, fairies and flowers, as well as more quirky subjects such as a beach hut and a seed head. Some designs include organza, beads and other materials as embellishment. A techniques section is included which explains step-by-step all the stitches used, and a template is provided for each design. The author has made the 20 designs in bought felt which are featured in the styled shots. She has then re-made each project using her own handmade felt to showcase the different effects that can be acheived with texture and depth of colour. Each of these alternatives has been photographed in detail."--Publisher's website.

The Antiquaries Journal

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Costumes For The Stage

Author: Sheila Jackson
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1408116901
Size: 12,57 MB
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For anyone producing costumes on a small budget, whether for schools, colleges or amateur, semi-professional or professional groups, this basic introduction offers practical advice for every kind of play, together with drawings, diagrams and patterns from which to work. It includes sections onm Greek plays, medieval miracles and mysteries, Shakespeare, 17th-century, 18th-century, Victorian and Edwardian costume. each section covers the details of men's and women's clothes and accessories, as well as methods for adapting and simplifying the style of the period.

Women In The Viking Age

Author: Judith Jesch
Editor: Boydell & Brewer Ltd
ISBN: 0851153607
Size: 14,76 MB
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Through runic inscriptions and behind the veil of myth, Jesch discovers the true story of viking women.

Bobbin Lace Making

Author: Pamela Nottingham
Editor: B. T. Batsford Limited
ISBN:
Size: 16,42 MB
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Julie Blyfield

Author: Stephanie Radok
Editor: Wakefield Press
ISBN: 9781862547636
Size: 14,19 MB
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Julie Blyfield is one of Australia's leading contemporary jewellers. Her work has consistently kept pace with investigations of location, identity and cross-cultural understanding, and involves an innovative engagement with traditional jewellery and metalwork techniques sourced from all over the world.