Anna Maria s Needleworks Notebook

Anna Maria s Needleworks Notebook Author Anna Maria Horner
ISBN-10 9781118365182
Release 2013-01-17
Pages 160
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Come embroider alongside admired fabric designer Anna Maria Horner Admired for her luminous palette and innovative patterns, Anna Maria's brand means color and inspiration in the form of fabric, sewing patterns, needlework patterns, books, and friendly instruction. Now, her legion of fans will thrill to the publication of a brand-new addition to her growing library. Anna Maria's Needleworks Notebook gives readers 24 original motifs in a variety of embroidery types, from gridwork to crewel and fine detailed handwork. Readers will long to make projects to embellish their homes and wardrobes. Anna Maria presents each motif in a warm personal notebook-style with inspiration adn advice to turn each motif into a treasured finished piece Offers practical instruction in gridwork, traditional embroidery and crewel, and precise instruction to complete fine detail work Vivid full-color photographs invite you into the creative process Whether you're a beginner or a veteran, the 24 needlework motifs in this beautiful book will transform your home and wardrobe into a collection of unique treasures.



Seams to Me

Seams to Me Author Anna Maria Horner
ISBN-10 9780470259269
Release 2008-10-20
Pages 176
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Furnishing a fresh new approach to sewing, a colorful handbook provides complete coverage of sewing basics, essential techniques and equipment, fabric and color selection, and twenty-four patterns for creative projects designed to appeal to the novice and veteran alike, including home accents, clothing, accessories, and more.



Hoop La

Hoop La Author Kirsty Neale
ISBN-10 9781446361573
Release 2013-06-29
Pages 128
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There are endless practical and decorative uses for the humble embroidery hoop: from pretty wall art and hanging mobiles to functional pin boards, key racks, mirrors and storage. Kirsty Neale explores the numerous different ways to decorate your hoops with a range of techniques including applique, embroidery, crochet, papercraft, painting, stamping, cross stitch and patchwork. The 100 projects offer a diverse range of ideas for using everything in your craft stash to create unique items for yourself or your friends and family, for every room of your home and for any occasion!



Big Stitch Cross Stitch

Big Stitch Cross Stitch Author Jacqui Pearce
ISBN-10 9781440321382
Release 2012-10-10
Pages 160
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Provides cross-stitch projects, from pillows and jewelry wraps to eyeglass cases and Christmas stockings, that use extra-large stitching, and includes a section on basic techniques, finishing, and materials.



The Gentle Art of Stitching

The Gentle Art of Stitching Author Jane Brocket
ISBN-10 1843406659
Release 2012
Pages 160
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With an emphasis on Jane Brocket's 'gentle' approach to craft, this book celebrates the simple act and very enjoyable pleasures of stitching. In a collection of more than 40 projects, Jane will show you how to make simple, stylish, and eye-catching pieces for your home. Whatever you choose to make, from quilts and samplers to needlepoint pin cushions and stitched greetings cards, Jane's unique take on stitching will ensure that the creative process is as enjoyable as seeing the finished object. The author's text and photographs outline her inspiration for each project, and includes her top tips on the best places to find fabrics, ribbon, buttons and everything else you need to create beautiful, gentle stitching. With techniques as varied as Japanese Sashiko, kantha quilting, traditional cross stitch and modern day 'crinoline ladies’, there is something here for every keen stitcher. Word count: 50,000



Extra Ordinary

Extra Ordinary Author Maria Elena Buszek
ISBN-10 9780822347620
Release 2011-03-04
Pages 306
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Artists, critics, curators, and scholars develop theories of craft in relation to art, chronicle how fine art institutions understand and exhibit craft media, and offer accounts of activist crafting.



The Subversive Stitch

The Subversive Stitch Author Rozsika Parker
ISBN-10 9780857721921
Release 2012-11-25
Pages 336
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Rozsika Parker's re-evaluation of the reciprocal relationship between women and embroidery has brought stitchery out from the private world of female domesticity into the fine arts, created a major breakthrough in art history and criticism, and fostered the emergence of today's dynamic and expanding crafts movements._x000D_ _x000D_ 'The Subversive Stitch' is now available again with a new Introduction that brings the book up to date with exploration of the stitched art of Louise Bourgeois and Tracey Emin, as well as the work of new young female and male embroiderers. Rozsika Parker uses household accounts, women's magazines, letters, novels and the works of art themselves to trace through history how the separation of the craft of embroidery from the fine arts came to be a major force in the marginalisation of women's work. Beautifully illustrated, her book also discusses the contradictory nature of women's experience of embroidery: how it has inculcated female subservience while providing an immensely pleasurable source of creativity, forging links between women._x000D_ _x000D_ "A book wonderfully rich, not only in information, but in people and ideas." - 'Guardian'_x000D_ _x000D_ "A marvellously written and illustrated book." - 'Times Educational Supplement'



The Encyclopedia of Jewish Symbols

The Encyclopedia of Jewish Symbols Author Ellen Frankel
ISBN-10 9781461631255
Release 1995-11-01
Pages 262
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Jewish symbols reflect the interaction of word and image within Jewish culture. Jews have always studied, interpreted, and revered sacred texts; they have also adorned the settings and occasions of sacred acts. Calligraphy and ornamentation have transformed Hebrew letters into art; quotation, interpretation, legend, and wordplay have made ceremonial objects into narrative. This book represents just such a collaboration between art and language. Ellen Frankel and Betsy Platkin Teutsch, writer and artist, have brought their extensive knowledge and talents together to create The Encyclopedia of Jewish Symbols, the first reference guide of its kind, designed for use by educators, artists, rabbis, folklorists, feminists, Jewish and non-Jewish scholars, and lay readers.



Mastering the Art of Embroidery

Mastering the Art of Embroidery Author Sophie Long
ISBN-10 1906417954
Release 2013-04-01
Pages 287
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Embroidery is currently enjoying a revival and has cast off its image as an old-fashioned hobby. Covering everything from smocking and stumpwork to beading and blackwork, this book explores a variety of handwork techniques as well as looking at machine embroidery styles. The first section of the book explores an extensive range of handwork techniques, giving a brief overview of each embroidery style. It includes a list of tools and materials required, and any specific fabric or thread considerations. Clearly illustrated step-by-step tutorials allow readers to try out the style for themselves, and inspirational galleries of contemporary work showcase the styles and effects that can be achieved with that particular technique. The second section of the book looks at machine embroidery techniques, including both free motion and digital machine embroidery. Profiles of contemporary practitioners dotted throughout the book offer an engaging insight into their professional working practices, as well as a new perspective on a range of embroidery techniques. A concluding resources section offers readers a wealth of further information on all things embroidery-related.



Medieval Cross Stitch Samplers

Medieval Cross Stitch Samplers Author Angela Wainwright
ISBN-10 0304345830
Release 1996
Pages 93
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Inspirational designs of over 30 projects in the Medieval style



Kaffe Fassett s Quilts en Provence

Kaffe Fassett s Quilts en Provence Author Kaffe Fassett
ISBN-10 1600853242
Release 2010
Pages 144
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Includes complete instructions for creating 20 museum-quality quilts inspired by Provence, France, along with tips and techniques that the author has gathered in his more than 30 years of experience. Original.



Tapestry Crochet and More A Handbook of Crochet Techniques and Patterns

Tapestry Crochet and More  A Handbook of Crochet Techniques and Patterns Author Maria Gullberg
ISBN-10 157076767X
Release 2016-03-15
Pages 84
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Tired of the same old ch, sc, dc, tr? Looking for a way to take your crochet to the next level?Tapestry Crochet and More is the perfect introduction to a whole new set of techniques that will broaden your crochet horizons. Experiment with color, shape, and structure, using ribbed, relief, double-layer, and tapestry crochet to create bags, totes, hats, wrist warmers, lace, and flowers with striking designs you almost won’t believe are crocheted. With a wide variety of patterns to hold the veteran’s attention and loads of practical tips to aid the less experienced, this is one crochet handbook you won’t want to put down!



Sew Retro

Sew Retro Author Judi Ketteler
ISBN-10 0760336873
Release 2010-07-10
Pages 144
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Sewing never goes out of style, and today it is more popular than ever! Sew Retro offers twenty-five stylish, vintage-inspired sewing projects—beautiful bags, essential skirts, unique pillows, and more—that are a pleasure to sew, thanks to easy instructions, helpful diagrams, and a pocket of ten full-size patterns. This fun, inspirational book also uncovers sewing’s colorful history, from the introduction of the sewing machine to the modern DIY movement, and features interviews with today’s hottest fabric and pattern designers, including Amy Butler, Betz White, Barbara Brackman, Emma Brennan, Judie Rothermel, and Kathy Miller of Michael Miller Fabrics. Filled with gorgeous project photography and quirky vintage illustrations that bring the 1920s, 1940s, 1950s, and beyond to life, Sew Retro celebrates sewing yesterday and today. Learn more about Sew Retro and enjoy bonus projects and tutorials at www.sewretrothebook.com!



Japanese Temari

Japanese Temari Author Barbara B. Suess
ISBN-10 1933308125
Release 2007
Pages 136
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"How can anything that looks so intricate be so simple? Learn how to make beautiful Japanese handballs in 25 stunning designs. Let these fabulous carry-along projects busy your hands, soothe your mind, and fire your imagination!" -- back cover.



Sewn Hats

Sewn Hats Author Carla Hegeman Crim
ISBN-10 9781118285923
Release 2012-07-12
Pages 256
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35 hat patterns for every age, gender, and fashion sense Sewn Hats is a collaboration of hat designs from 29 of the industry's most-loved fabric designers, pattern designers, and bloggers. The collection features a variety of hat patterns for all genders, sizes, ages, and fashion sense. Seamstresses will find options in a vast array of styles that use a wide variety of fabric types, from felt to silk, corduroy to cotton, and everything in between. Beautiful photography, inspiring writing, precise instructions, adaptable patterns, and a vast array of styles and sizes all combine to equal a collection of sewn hat patterns like no other. Hat patterns for all genders, sizes, ages, and styles Hats for any occasion, from work to play, casual to formal Diagrams, precise assembly instructions, and schematic illustrations to ease completion of each project Ideas and inspiration for all ages and skill levels, and instructions on how to adapt each hat pattern by varying fabrics and embellishments Full patterns conveniently located online, so you can print them when you need them and you never have to worry about losing them Expertly edited by top designer Carla Hegeman Crim, the designer and blogger behind The Scientific Seamstress, Sewn Hats is sure to offer inspiration for all home seamstresses. Contributors include: Patty Young (MODKID Designs) Kaari Meng (French General) Joanna Figueroa (Fig Tree & Co.) Kathy Mack (Pink Chalk Studio) Dolin O’Shea (Lulu Bliss) Lisa Carroccio (Domestic Diva’s Disasters) Alexia Marcelle Abegg (Green Bee Patterns) Heather Niziolek (Goosie Girl) Melissa Stramel (Lilac Lane) Jaime Morrison Curtis and Jacinda Boneau (Prudent Baby) Karen LePage (One Girl Circus) Jennifer Hagedorn (Tie Dye Diva Designs) Shelly Figueroa (Figgy’s Patterns) Bonnie Shaffer (Hats with a Past) Jessica Christian (Craftiness is Not Optional) Bari J. Ackerman (Bari J.) Mary Abreu (Confessions of a Craft Addict) Jennifer Paganelli (Sis Boom) Irene Rodegerdts (Mushroom Villagers) Anneliese S. (Aesthetic Nest) Linda and Scott Hansen (Miss Mabel Studio and Blue Nickel Studios) Betz White (betzwhite.com) Kim Christopherson (YouCanMakeThis.com) Melissa Averinos (www.yummygoods.com) Val Pillow & Anne Maxfield (Pillow & Maxfield)



Paperbound Books in Print

Paperbound Books in Print Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015085501693
Release 1982
Pages
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Paperbound Books in Print has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Paperbound Books in Print also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Paperbound Books in Print book for free.



Who s who in Entertainment

Who s who in Entertainment Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015032392675
Release 1989
Pages 712
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Who s who in Entertainment has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Who s who in Entertainment also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Who s who in Entertainment book for free.