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Surface embroidery books and patterns, including iron-on embroidery transfers and technique books on embellishing linens, household items, clothing, and more!
A double pink peony is the inspiration for the new drizzleberry stitch. This original new dimensional technique is used to stitch the peony center, and is also useful for flower centers in other flowers. Design size: 5” x 6”.
Ten butterflies and eleven different flowers wind themselves around the new Mossy Branch border in this garden of Brazilian dimensional embroidery stitching wonders. Design size 12” x 12”. A stitch guide and finishing suggestions are included with all Millefiori designs. This is an intermediate-advanced level Brazilian embroidery design.
A-Tisket, A-Tasket – flowers in a wicker basket! Stitch lots of new flowers – the Blue Mountain Rose, Beauty Rose, Painted Mum, Night Romancing the Moon, Red Flowering Currant, Appalachian Violet and our beloved “Loopy,” Design size 6” x 6”. Stitch Guide included. Intermediate to Advanced level.
The question is often asked of Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary: "How does your garden grow?". This design incorporates a wide variety of beginning, intermediate and advanced stitches and flowers and makes a wonderful class project for a group. Design size 4” x 20” on 10” x 30” fabric. Limited edition – order yours while they last!
This simply stitched design may be framed or made into a pillow suitable for a wedding or christening. Additional traceable letters are included if the stitcher wishes to change the date or add initials. Design size: 9.5” x 9.5”.
Keeping to a theme started in Crewel Twists, this book continues the concept of using non-traditional techniques and materials in crewel or Jacobean embroidery. It showcases four large projects, each with an accompanying small project similar in technique, and shows needle workers how to be creative with threads, alternative stitches and beads.
If the word ‘needlework’ makes you think of grannies, great-aunts and twee samplers then prepare to be proved wrong with this book of bright and funky designs that show how stitching has become seriously stylish. Adventures in Needlework brings embroidery bang up to date using traditional techniques alongside bold colours, graphics and...
A must for your craft library. Over 90 transfer patterns, expanded instructions, project examples, new stitch techniques and folder pockets for storing the patterns. This book also includes a wide array of baby-themed designs easy enough for young children to try so you can stitch together.
Today’s coolest crafters use beautiful embroidery threads to bring a fresh perspective to the centuries-old technique of embroidery in this charming collection. 22 projects with a contemporary flair - iPad sleeve, e-reader holder, pillow, tote, baby bib, softies, and more. Each project is fully explained with simple instructions, helpful hints,...
Sandrine Kielt-Michaud invites you to make these chic and stylish clasp purses, pouches and cases decorated with vintage fastenings of every size and shape. These wonderful designs are embellished with lace, charms, and stitch embroidery.
An in-depth exploration of color in embroidery. From color selection and blending to choosing complimentary colors and creative contrasting and shading, it highlights a variety of techniques for surface and counted thread embroidery projects
Start off a new hobby with a sensational technique that’s charming and totally fab with the Twenty to Make: Stitched Fabric Brooches guide! Learn how to make gorgeous embellishments and shining buttons with a new crafting kid on the block. Find out how to make funky birds, hearts, dogs, cupcakes and more!
A fun beginner's embroidery book featuring 30 projects and easy-to-follow instructions for a variety of simple stitches – enhance lampshades, sneakers, pillows, and more! Materials needed are discussed.
This one is fun all the way through. There is counted thread work, silk ribbon embroidery and some beads and Swarovski crystals for sparkle. And the front and back are different, so you get to work two designs in one! What’s not to love?
Offers a detailed and illustrated study examining stitches, threads, techniques and the embroiderers of the period. The author delves into the archives to research the personalities, varied and unusual techniques and tools that hand-embroiderers used in the period 1900-1939, before the outbreak of World War II.
Create the perfect hand-embroidered personalized gifts for the special people in your life. Leaflet fromBanar Designs features: • Wedding, baby, birthday, and monogrammed gift ideas • Full color photography for inspiration • 18 pages of iron-on transfers, including 15 alphabets along with original and vintage designs • Stitch instructions • 34 beautifully...
Looking for just the right motif to embroider onto your next project? Not sure what or how? Then this book is for you. Over 400 pretty, hip, sweet, fresh, and fun motifs to embroider. Project suggestions and stitch instructions included.Projects include:Wearables: Jewelry, pajama pants, hat, mittens Home Décor: Fabric basket, decorative wall...
21 beautiful projects include clothing for babies, children, adults, plus personal and home accessories • Add your own touch to store-bought tablecloths, pillows, bags, shawls, shirts, sweaters, and more • Make and embellish easy felt baby booties, ladybug handbag, pencil holder, and ribbon notebook cover • Complete patterns included
The aim of this book by Shelagh Amor is to give confidence to the novice embroiderer and to provide a design source for the more experienced embroiderer. This book demonstrates how surface stitches are used in crewel work and explains some rules, which will help the embroiderer to achieve the best results. There is something here for all Crewel...
Renowned embroiderer Trish Burr passes her creative secrets on to stitchers--especially beginners--who want to take their needle painting skills to the next level.
With their exotic silks, beautiful colored wools, and exquisite embellishments, these embroidered designs will enchant any needleworker. Many of the patterns are enhanced with the shimmer of metallic threads, the sheen of silk ribbon, and the extra dimension of beads. 176 pages.Author: Gail Rogers