Embroidery: Techniques, Projects, Patterns, Motifs by Karen Elder
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Overview: Explore one of the best-loved needle arts in this classic guide to embroidery. With detailed charts and step-by-step instructions for over forty stitch styles, Embroidery is a wonderful introduction to this popular craft–and a great stitch reference for established embroiderers. A wide variety of projects–from seat cushions and pillows to bedspreads–offer instructions for both simple and more elaborate needlework. Timesaving methods will ensure beautifully finished looks for all of your handcrafted pieces. Whether you’re monogramming linens or edging leaves onto an elegant white tablecloth, the easy-to-master skills in this book will inspire you to create new family heirlooms. This book is part of a collectible series on fabric arts: The Potter Needlework Library: Beading; The Potter Needlework Library: Appliqué; and The Potter Needlework Library: Cross-Stitch.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General