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7 edition of English garden embroidery found in the catalog.

English garden embroidery

Stafford Whiteaker

English garden embroidery

80 original needlepoint designs of flowers, fruit and animals

by Stafford Whiteaker

  • 16 Want to read
  • 24 Currently reading

Published by Ballantine Books in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England
    • Subjects:
    • Embroidery -- England -- Patterns.,
    • Decoration and ornament -- Plant forms.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementStafford Whiteaker.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTT773 .W47 1987
      The Physical Object
      Pagination144 p. :
      Number of Pages144
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2726782M
      ISBN 100345341783
      LC Control Number86020604
      OCLC/WorldCa14099039

      What I loved about this project was all the new things I learned - like using split stitch to fill an entire shape. Posted by. In patterns as complex as these, you must ultimately accept that reproducing it exactly is neither possible nor advisable - the magic of these patterns is what you bring to them yourself. You are given the bare minimum of what is necessary.

      You can find it listed in my books section on my Amazon Recommendations page here. Bursting with colour and filled with designs to suit a range of abilities, you needn't be green-fingered to recreate a slice of this magical rural retreat in your own home. Personally, I got very much attracted to the patches and mixed media idea and want to explore it more in the future. Techniques covered include Attaching a single see or cylinder bead, a pair of beads, attaching multiple beads, circle of beads, beadpoint, sequins and tambour work.

      It is a Danish word, but the whole concept is quite typical for Scandinavian countries. Stevens' World of Embroidery is a beautiful English garden embroidery book from this woman who truly deserves the name Needle Artist. I enjoyed this book so much that we are doing a giveaway from our own small funds, so I will need to limit the giveaway to US only - so sorry! In fact, would it be weird to say that it's prettier than any actual flower garden that I've ever grown? Like if someone pushes you into the water and you have no other option than to learn swimming yourself.


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English garden embroidery by Stafford Whiteaker Download PDF Ebook

I love the eyeglass case… …and the magnifier cover. I have the patience to sit and read through materials and so the casual description English garden embroidery book stitch stem stitch for x,y,z and English garden embroidery book c and d was ok.

What I know for sure, is that after reading Garden stitch life I will pay more attention, will love and cherish more every single stitch, as English garden embroidery book it is alive Requires a lot of patience in this Insta era : Read, read, read and understand.

Instructions The second half of the book contains the instructions. Because looking through it is like taking a walk in a garden and that's happy in itself. Some of the pieces involve beads like these blackberriesand some involve stumpwork elements, like thread-covered berries and the like.

And here we can be honest: the book definitely takes advantage of the fact that you can find more detailed instructions on stitches, English garden embroidery book, and materials elsewhere. And it is so realistic looking! How lovely they are! Like if someone pushes you into the water and you have no other option than to learn swimming yourself.

Does it sound weird? So receiving this one felt like a dream come true : And it really is a very dreamy book! The general instructions for creating the embroidery and projects are also beautifully done.

This is a beautiful butterfly! Of course the dark fabric produced a series of challenges - I initially used white carbon paper to transfer the image, and yellow chalk pencil to refine the lines.

Go beyond regular satin stitch and start embroidering beautiful art on your clothing. Thank you all for joining in! There are about 25 large and small projects and the larger projects can be broken down and stitched according to preference.

This is an excellent, excellent book! I was very fortunate to find some beautiful navy blue linen in my mother's fabric stash, and chose that as my background. In my case, practical knowledge came before theoretical, so that's why for me, that's not a drawback in the book at all.

My vintage transfer collection is on Vintage Transfer Finds. Diana has again taken great care to perfect the flowers and they are all beautifully, realistically and artistically rendered. When you read these short passages it feels more like you are taking a peek into Kazuko's journal, and it feels very cozy and warm.

In patterns as complex as these, you must ultimately accept that reproducing it exactly is neither possible nor advisable - the magic of these patterns is what you bring to them yourself. I enjoyed this book so much that we are doing a giveaway from our own small funds, so I will need to limit the giveaway to US only - so sorry!

Included is a comprehensive flower and stitch glossary with clear drawings indicating exactly the stitches required for each flower as well as each embroidered flower shown in color and detail. There are finishing instructions for a pin cushion, for a tape measure cover, a thimble pip, pencil case, and more!

She layers stitches, uses a beautiful mix of stitches for tiny text, and adds in some incredible texture. I will not post too many clear pictures for fear of breaching copyrights - sorry!! Contains a step by step direction guide to making beautiful bullions.

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