S is for Stitch

S is for Stitch Author Kristyne Czepuryk
ISBN-10 9781607056515
Release 2013-01-16
Pages 143
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Presents instructions for making embroidered alphabet squares and other designs for both boys and girls, which can be used in quilts, pillows, wall art, and home accessories.



The Embroidery Stitch Bible

The Embroidery Stitch Bible Author Betty Barnden
ISBN-10 0785831061
Release 2013-09-09
Pages 256
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The photographed samples are shown full-size. Each stitch is fully described and illustrated with numbered figures and accompanied by a list of its main uses, with helpful notes on the working method. Many stitches have alternative names; these are also listed, and included in the index as a useful reference aid. The Embroidery Essentials chapter will help you choose appropriate materials and equipment for whatever technique you intend to use. Here you will find general information applicable to all types of embroidery The Working Practice chapter is divided into sections each one of the techniques sections includes general working guidelines, followed by specific working methods for various types of embroidery: how to choose and use suitable fabrics, threads, and stitches for a wide variety of effects, from dramatic blackwork to intricate three-dimensional techniques.



Johnson s New Universal Cyclop dia

Johnson s New Universal Cyclop  dia Author
ISBN-10 PRNC:32101078163308
Release 1878
Pages
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Johnson s New Universal Cyclop dia has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Johnson s New Universal Cyclop dia also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Johnson s New Universal Cyclop dia book for free.



10 20 30 Minutes to Learn to Crochet

10 20 30 Minutes to Learn to Crochet Author Leisure Arts
ISBN-10 9781609000981
Release 2010-12-01
Pages 48
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10-20-30 Minutes to Learn to Crochet (Leisure Arts #5285) makes it possible to learn a relaxing new hobby by taking advantage of little snippets of time throughout the day! Step-by-step instructions and expert advice guide you through the basics of crochet, for both right-handed and left-handed beginners. Then there are 9 fresh designs to put your skills to use: Dishcloth, Striped Scarf, Henrietta Hippo toy, Sweet Mary Janes and Manly Moccasins (baby booties), Twinkling White Baby Afghan, Textured V-Neck Pullover (ladies chest sizes 36" to 51"), Building Blocks Quilt, and Mountains Afghan.



The Embroidery Book

The Embroidery Book Author Christen Brown
ISBN-10 9781617452253
Release 2016-11-01
Pages 160
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Enjoy this visual guide to 149 embroidery stitches and motifs. Use robust color charts to choose thread, silk ribbon, buttons, beads, and trims for crazy quilting and seam treatments with best-selling author Christen Brown.



Stitches from the Garden

Stitches from the Garden Author Kathy Schmitz
ISBN-10 9781604687774
Release 2016-06-07
Pages 80
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Indulge in the sentimental pleasures of stitcheries with wistful vintage artistry. Inspired by nature and stitched with the gentle romance of days gone by, noted artist Kathy Schmitz creates designs that use simple embroidery to create thoughtful keepsakes. Select from a variety of elegant embroidery projects, including a pillow, pincushion, wall decoration, tote bag, and more Find success with each design--clear illustrations demonstrate how to master every featured embroidery stitch Revel in Kathy Schmitz's original artwork, gracefully presented throughout the book



Stitch Zakka

Stitch Zakka Author Gailen Runge
ISBN-10 9781607057338
Release 2013
Pages 144
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Features twenty-two contemporary embroidery projects as well as instructions for learning basic stitches and for transferring patterns to fabric.



Stitch

Stitch Author Cath Kidston
ISBN-10 1849491399
Release 2012
Pages 160
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Following the runaway success of 'Sew ', Cath Kidston has turned her designer's eye to stitching. Reinventing the arts of needlepoint and cross stitch for today's crafter, Cath has injected her own distinctive style of cheery, homemaking prints into these traditional crafts.



The Stitching Book

The Stitching Book Author Patricia Bage
ISBN-10 1844487199
Release 2012
Pages 272
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A guide to surface stitching provides step-by-step photographs and diagrams covering a variety of stitches and techniques for silk shading, crewel, mountmellick, stumpwork, hardanger, blackwork, drawn thread, and goldwork.



Cross Stitch Alphabets

Cross Stitch Alphabets Author Christine Porter
ISBN-10 0715312871
Release 2003-06-15
Pages 112
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Stitchers everywhere will love the 50 themed alphabets both large and small contained in this book. Each one is skilfully designed and shown with an exciting finishing idea. Beautifully detailed alphabets for special occasions like weddings and Christmas are interspersed with quick-to-stitch alphabets where letters can be made up into last-minute birthday cards and small gifts. There are alphabets for each floral season; a seaside theme with colourful beach huts and for children bright designs featuring nursery rhyme characters, space rockets and tumbling clowns. There are beautifully crafted Art Nouveau, Celtic or Art Deco style letters.. Easy-to-follow instructions make it effortless to personalize a huge range of exciting projects, including adding initials to a towel, handkerchief and shoe bag; decorating a key ring, gift bag and trinket box; and mounting letters inside a mirror, coaster; even a fridge magnet. Designers included in this book are: Sue Cook, a top UK name, the author of Cross Stitch Inspirations and Sue Cook's Wonderful Cross Stitch Collection. Claire Crompton, for many years a designer with DMC, whose work now regularly appears in stitching magazines. Maria Diaz



Slow Stitch

Slow Stitch Author Claire Wellesley-Smith
ISBN-10 9781849943505
Release 2015-09-17
Pages 128
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The pleasures to be had from slowing down can be many, with connections to sustainability, simplicity, reflection, and tuning into traditional and other multicultural textile traditions. Slow Stitch is a much-needed guide to adopting a less-is-more approach, valuing quality over quantity, and bringing a meaningful and thoughtful approach to textile practice. Claire Wellesley-Smith introduces a range of ways in which you can slow your textile work down, including: Using simple techniques inspired by traditional practice (including hand-stitch rhythms) Reusing and re-inventing materials (reuse even old textile projects) Limiting your equipment Mending revisited (practical and decorative techniques) Project ideas and resources that help towards making a more sustainable textile practice Richly illustrated throughout, and showcasing work from the best textile artists who work in this way, this is a truly inspirational book for those looking to reconnect with their craft and to find a new way of working.



Doodle stitching

Doodle stitching Author Aimee Ray
ISBN-10 1600590616
Release 2007
Pages 128
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A guide to embroidering hand drawn designs onto clothing, accessories and home accents. Also, shows how to transfer your own doodles onto fabric.



Stitch Kitsch

Stitch Kitsch Author Jennifer Heynen
ISBN-10 9781617450563
Release 2015-09-14
Pages 112
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Put the fun back in sewing with little treasures to sew, embellish, and share! Popular fabric and pattern designer Jennifer Heynen invites you to choose your own sewing adventure with 44 playful projects that make perfect gifts. From pouches and pincushions to quilts and cheerful home decor, each of the 11 featured designs includes 3 happy variations. Turn a funky wallhanging into bull’s-eye pillows, a pom-pom trivet, or a lap quilt—the choice is yours! Choose your own sewing adventure, and then embellish projects with embroidery, buttons, trims, topstitching, and fusible appliqué (full-size patterns included)—until they are uniquely yours.



Stitch opedia The Only Embroidery Reference You ll Ever Need

Stitch opedia  The Only Embroidery Reference You ll Ever Need Author Helen Winthorpe Kendrick
ISBN-10 9780312611590
Release 2010-05-11
Pages 224
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A comprehensive reference to embrodery stitches and motifs includes diagrams and step-by-step illustrated instructions for the most popular embroidery techniques and stitches.



The Crochet Stitch Bible

The Crochet Stitch Bible Author Betty Barnden
ISBN-10 0785830480
Release 2013-05-01
Pages 256
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The Crochet Stitch Bible contains over 200 stitches explained in full, and is a perfect starter guide for beginners, with advanced projects and details for experts. The handy spiral bound design allows this book to be laid open on a work surface for easy reference, and makes a wonderful addition to the library of any crafter, crocheter, or knitter. Includes step-by-step instructions for basic stitches, textured stitches, fans and shells stitches, mesh and filet stitches, openwork and lace stitches, trims and edgings, clusters, puffs, and bobbles, spike, relief, tunisian, multi-color, squares, and special stitches. Crochet is the technique of making a looped fabric from a continuous length of yarn, using a single hook. The word "crochet" itself derives from the French "croc," meaning a hook (or crook); an old scottish name for crochet is "shepherd's knitting." It is one of the most portable and flexible of crafts, requiring only a hook and some yarn. Once you have mastered the basic techniques, you can create a fascinating variety of effects.



500 Alphabets in Cross Stitch

500 Alphabets in Cross Stitch Author Julie S. Hasler
ISBN-10 0715306103
Release 1998
Pages 160
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If you're a newcomer to cross stitch, start here! Just one "initial" exercise from these 500 alphabets will act as your passport to the wonderful world of embroidery. Attractive lettered cushions, frills, and mini-samplers give a cozy touch to your home. Stash your sewing supplies in a frame craft box with "A stitch in time" embroidered on the lid. A picnic ensemble -- mats, napkins, and more -- makes lunch even more enjoyable. Send a handmade birthday, wedding, or get-well card. Filled with charm and easy to make, these projects will start you on a lifetime of embroidery! A Selection of BOMC's Crafters Choice Book Club.



Amy Butler s Style Stitches

Amy Butler s Style Stitches Author Amy Butler
ISBN-10 9781452132587
Release 2013-08-06
Pages 184
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Now in ebook for the first time ever! Celebrated designer Amy Butler's most coveted products are her handbag sewing patterns. In Style Stitches, Butler presents an array of new bag designs for her fans across the globe. The ebook offers 12 basic patterns with enough variations to achieve 26 unique looks. Ranging from chic clutches and delicate wristlets to pretty hobo bags and handy coin purses, with instructions for altering dimensions, straps, and embellishments to get the desired look, each project incorporates Butler's fresh, modern style and attention to detail. This very special ebook includes illustrated step-by-step directions, a comprehensive techniques section, and instructions for how to print the patterns themselves, making an essential and fashionable addition to every sewer's digital library.