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Elizabethan Needlework Accessories


Author : Sheila Marshall
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1998-01-01


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Exploring Elizabethan Embroidery


Author : Dorothy Clarke
language : en
Publisher: Georgeson Publishing Limited
Release Date : 1997-01-01


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Sweet Bags


Author : Jacqui Carey
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2009


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Elizabethan Cross Stitch


Author : Barbara Hammet
language : en
Publisher: David & Charles Publishers
Release Date : 2004


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Readers will learn to re-create the unmistakable style of 16th and 17th century needlework with this collection of Elizabethan-inspired cross stitch designs. Talented cross-stitch designer Barbara Hammet has carefully researched and re-worked the look of the embroidery of the period to offer: * 25 traditionally inspired designs skillfully brought up-to-date for today's stitcher * Metallics, beads and other decorative techniques incorporated into several projects * A 10-page motif library that provides additional inspiration * Easy-to-follow color symbol charts for each design * The historical inspiration behind each piece of work Designs feature the elaborate depiction of flowers, plants and animals, and the intricate scroll- and latticework favored at the time. Much inspiration has been derived from the textiles, clothes and accessories of the day, while further decorative touches such as pearl beads and blackwork add hints of authenticity.

Elizabethan Stitches


Author : Jacqui Carey
language : en
Publisher: John Donald
Release Date : 2012


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An Elizabethan Christmas


Author : Sheila Marshall
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2000-02-01


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Royal School Of Needlework Embroidery Techniques


Author : Sally Saunders
language : en
Publisher: Batsford
Release Date : 2003-04-05


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The distinguished reputation and specialist knowledge of the Royal School of Needlework are combined in this colourful and inspirational introduction to the most popular hand embroidery techniques. A detailed introductory section provides all the practical information needed for setting up and finishing pieces of embroidery, selecting your design, fabric and treads and preparing and framing up for working. The next four chapters examine the popular techniques of silk shading, gold work, crewelwork and black work, all introduced with a historical overview and a comprehensive stitch glossary. Each stitch technique features four exquisitely worked embroidery projects with step-by-step instructions and photographs explaining their development and stitching. The 16 projects include a Jacobean leaf sampler in crewel work, an Iris in blackwork, a tree bark design in silk shading and a sampler in goldwork. 'Royal School of Needlework: Embroidery Techniques' is an essential guide to stitching for embroiderers – it is a valuable source of reference and a beautiful book for the needlecrafter's library.