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Beginner's Guide to Embroidered Boxes [Reading] ➰ Beginner's Guide to Embroidered Boxes ➸ Janet Edmonds – Buyprobolan50.co.uk The author s exquisite boxes are constructed simply by machine stitching layers of fabric together She then layers, blends and enriches the surfaces using lustrous threads, goldwork, random stitching, The author s exquisite boxes to Embroidered PDF/EPUB Á are constructed simply by machine stitching layers Beginner's Guide PDF/EPUB ² of fabric together She then layers, blends and enriches the surfaces using lustrous Guide to Embroidered ePUB ´ threads, goldwork, random stitching, complementary fabrics, metals, wire, beads and stamped images Hand made cords, braids and tassels complete the designs, which glow with the richness of their decoration This lavishly illustrated book is packed with detailed information on all the techniques from the original design ideas right through to the final embellishments Detailed step by step photographs accompany easy to follow text, and a sequence of projects illustrate how to construct, decorate and complete a range of different shaped boxes from small rectangles to pentagons and chests.


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  1. Kelly H. (Maybedog) Kelly H. (Maybedog) says:

    Wow this is photo heavy which is great The table of contents is a photo of a sample of the stitch Then there s a further word table of contents at the beginning of each section The book is divided into sections based on type of stitch I confess there a couple of sections I don t understand the title of like as Powdered Filling and Isolated Stitches, and Looped and Needlepoint Stitches, but I appreciate that there aresections than usual because there arestitches than usual.The Wow this is photo heavy which is great The table of contents is a photo of a sample of the stitch Then there s a further word table of contents at the beginning of each section The book is divided into sections based on type of stitch I confess there a couple of sections I don t understand the title of like as Powdered Filling and Isolated Stitches, and Looped and Needlepoint Stitches, but I appreciate that there aresections than usual because there arestitches than usual.The actual instructions for the stitches are great with excellent photos as well On top of that, there is a sidebar with information about how easy the stitch is, other names for it, uses for the stitch, and the materials appropriate for the stitch There s a lot of good information in the front as well, such as the difference between evenweave and plainweave fabric and how to use a skein of floss.There aren t any projects but that makes sense for a reference book It s nice and compact and yet covers over 200 stitches I really like this one and intend to purchase it


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