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12%OFFJane Rainbow - Beginner's Guide to Crewel Embroidery - 9780855328696 - V9780855328696
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Beginner's Guide to Crewel Embroidery

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Description for Beginner's Guide to Crewel Embroidery Paperback. First published in Great Britain in 1999. Num Pages: 64 pages, colour illustrations. BIC Classification: WFBC. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 261 x 208 x 6. Weight in Grams: 258.

Starting with just four of these stitches, Jane clearly demonstrates, with detailed step-by-step photographs, how to work up a complete project. Instructions show how to stretch and mount your first embroidery. Using further projects she helps you build up skills, introducing new stitches in each section. Line drawings accompany each design and are used as a guide for the stitches. The designs and colours used are traditional - reminiscent of the embroidery worked by embroiderers during the Tudor period, wonderful floral pictures worked in wool and soft colours.

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Product Details

Signed by the author
;Yes
Publisher
Search Press
Number of pages
64
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1999
Series
Beginner's Guide to Needlecrafts
Condition
New
Number of Pages
64
Place of Publication
Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom
ISBN
9780855328696
SKU
V9780855328696
Shipping Time
Usually ships in 4 to 8 working days
Ref
99-26

About Jane Rainbow
Jane Rainbow is a successful professional embroiderer, teacher and consultant. She designs and markets a range of kits, has produced her own crewel embroidery video and runs workshops for students. She exhibits regularly at exhibitions where she demonstrates her skills, showing how to build up beautiful pictures using a range of stitches.

Reviews for Beginner's Guide to Crewel Embroidery
Crewel embroidery, or crewel work, usually denotes a specific type of embroidery: flower and animal motifs worked in wool, with a variety of colors, shades, and textures, using a variety of associated stitches. Embroidery that mimics crewel work but is worked in threads other than wool fits in the category of surface embroidery, but it’s crewel wool ... Read more

Goodreads reviews for Beginner's Guide to Crewel Embroidery


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