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Book: Donna Kooler's Encyclopedia of Needlework : Needlepoint, Embroidery, Counte... Encyclopedia of Needlework, -This is the complete, authoritative guide to needlepoint, embroidery, and counted thread work. 15 projects.
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Book: Russian Punchneedle Embroidery by Gail Bird (1998, Paperback) Complete guide to the old Russian folk style of punchneedle embroidery contains simple instructions, easy-to-follow diagrams, and 28 delightful iron-on transfer patterns of flowers, birds, butterflies, leaves, and more. Needleworkers can decorate...
Book: Botanical Embroidery by Annette Rich (Hardcover) 
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Book: Wildflower Album : Applique and Embroidery Patterns by Barbara Smith and Be... The next best thing to a meadow full of wildflowers is a home graced with quilted botanical designs. Choose your favorite wildflower to make a single applique or embroidered block for a pillow, a small wallhanging, or a medallion center for a larger...
Book: Metallic Thread Embroidery by Jacqueline Friedman Kreinik (2001, Hardcover) This exciting introduction to metallic threads features fourteen dazzling projects from designers worldwide. Metallic and metal threads are some of the most interesting and useful materials available to needle workers today, adding beautiful and...
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Book: Machine Embroidery and More : 10 Step-by-Step Projects Using Border Fabrics... This volume contains ten machine-embroidery projects which use border fabrics and threads. The projects include quilts, wearables, accessories and home decor items. The author simplifies working with border prints and takes the reader step-by-step...
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Book: Drawn Fabric Embroidery by Agnes M. Leach (2012, Paperback) In drawn-fabric embroidery (also often known as "pulled work"), the threads of a fabric are pulled apart or drawn together by stitchery so that the holes left form attractive patterns. Because it is sturdy enough to withstand daily use and frequent...
Book: Romantic Silk Ribbon Embroidery by Mary Jo Hiney (1997, Hardcover) 
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Embroidery of Roses by Michio Kuski (1980, Paperback)
Magic of Free Machine Embroidery by Doreen Curran (1994, Paperback)Introduction to the craft of embroidery using a sewing machine, from basic stitches to more advanced techniques. Contains ideas for designs incorporating openwork, overlays, underlays, stumpwork and fabric sculpting. Indexed.
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