More than 120 flowers, veggies and wildlife inhabit "An Artist's Garden", the newest Brazilian dimensional embroidery book by Rosalie Wakefield. Stitch the front and back cover designs plus "I Spy-Flower Patches", or use the traceable patterns from the book to apply to wearable items, crazy quilts, individually or with other projects. Mostly lighter weight rayon floss is used to stitch the designs as shown, but any fiber may be used. Rosalie is the designer of over 200 Brazilian embroidery designs for stitching, and is also the author of "Take A Stitch", "My LadyFlowers" and a new book, soon to be released, "My Book of Stitches".
Instruction book for Down The Garden Path Sampler, but very useful as a reference for a variety of Brazilian Embroidery stitches. Explains these stitches: Bullion, Buttonhole, Cast-On, Chain, Couching, Detached Buttonhole, Double Cast-On, Double Padded, Drizzle Cast-On, Elongated Bullion, Elongated Cast-On, Feather, Floater, French Knot, Irregular Short and Long, Lattice, Lazy Daisy, Outline, Straight, Stem, Padded, Pistil, Raised Detached Stem, Satin, Short and Long Buttonhole, Slanted Satin, Slanted Straight, Standard Leaf, Straight, Turkey, Oklahoma Twister, Woven, Wrapped Stem.