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Contemporary Machine Embroidery by Deborah Gonet (1996, Paperback)Exciting designs for vest, shirts, scarves, and hats in velvet, linen, and silk; accessories from jewelry and day and evening bags to buttons; home furnishings from bolsters and throw pillows to curtain tiebacks, Christmas decorations, and a silk...
Book: Embroidery of the Greek Islands by Roderick Taylor (1998, Hardcover) This lavishly illustrated volume is the most complete study of Greek island embroidery yet published. Each group of islands developed quite different styles and repertoires of designs using linen, cotton, and silk. Varying populations -- urban...
Book: Shadow Work Embroidery : With 108 Iron-On Transfer Patterns by J. Marsha Mi... Wreaths, bouquets, baskets, angels, birds, butterflies, monograms, many other charming images in a well-illustrated guide offering simple instructions for adding decorative, eye-catching touches to clothing, linens, other items. Perfect for any...
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Mother Goose : Designs for Applique and Embroidery Based on Traditional Nur...
Book: Celtic Charted Designs by Co Spinhoven (1987, Paperback) A unique volume that offers over 300 lovely designs from Book of Kells,Tara Brooch, and many other authentic Celtic sources. Discover designs featuring traditional spiral work, knot work, biomorphic patterns, and more. An affordable and inspirational...
Book: Anchor Book of Hardanger Embroidery by Anchor Book Staff and Sue Whiting (1... A guide to the counted thread cut-work of Hardanger embroidery. Step-by-step drawings and instructions describe each of the main techniques, and each is illustrated with an embroidered sample. Three collections of projects offer a wide range of ideas...
Book: Silk Ribbon Embroidery : For Gifts and Garments by Jenny Bradford (1991, Pa... 
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Book: Introduction to Crewel Embroidery by Mave Glenny (1999, Paperback) Crewel work is a traditional form of embroidery using woollen yarn, which has been used for about five centuries. An introductory guide to the techniques and stitches, this text includes an explanation of the history of the craft by the author and...
Book: Jacobean Iron-on Transfer Patterns : 24 Authentic Embroidery Motifs by Lind... 24 transfer patterns from authentic 17th-century embroidered hangings. Brief text tells how embroidery was traditionally done. Special charts and instructions for 12 different filling stitches. Color photographs of original hanging.
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Book: Elegant Embroidery by Kaye Pyke and Lynne Landy (1995, Paperback) An introduction to embroidery for a new age - sophisticated stitchery with panache that's easy to do.
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