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Embroidered Flowers

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Published by Trafalgar Square Publishing .
Written in English


  • Embroidery,
  • Needlework - Embroidery,
  • Crafts & Hobbies,
  • Crafts / Hobbies,
  • Hobbies/Crafts

Book details:

The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8699077M
ISBN 10157076171X
ISBN 109781570761713

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  Every flower is well illustrated by full page colour photograph plus a separate page with an outline drawing showing which stitches and thread colours were used. There's also a little information about the flower family, bloom time, height and so on which is a nice touch/5(39). Each season has a paragraph discussion of what flowers excite her for that season and pictures 7 embroidered flowers on the left-hand page and then a larger picture of a wreath of completely different flowers also of the season on the right-hand page/5(92). Embroidered Flowers is a lushly illustrated freehand surface embroidery tutorial book from first time author Kristen Gula, published by F+W Media and due out 5th June, Aimed at beginners, she spends a fair bit of time introducing materials and includes a good basic compilation of stitches with photos and descriptions/5. Published: May Written by needlework expert Trish Burr and created in association with The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, this package contains the sumptuous book and transfers of projects from the book together in a beautiful hardcover binder. The embroideries are reworkings of botanical artworks from Kew's Art Collection.

Kristen Gula liked Leyla Johnson's review of Embroidered Flowers: Hand Embroidery Stitches and Projects for Flowers, Leaves and Foliage: "This is a wonderful book /5.   It’s a beautiful book featuring a beautiful project – but it’s more than that! The main project featured in the book Embroidered Flowers for Elizabeth is a gorgeous wool blanket divided in diamond-shaped panes, and displaying a selection of hand embroidered flowers that reflect the style of the Elizabethan era (the Renaissance in England). Susan O’Connor, whose embroidery designs always .   23 Bead embroidery flowers. You can make beautiful flowers with bead and sequins. Check out the post on 10 easy to do bead embroidery flower motifs for more details. 24 Ribbon embroidered flowers. If you are a fan of Ribbon embroidery you can checkout the 10 ways to make ribbon embroidered flowers here. A-Z of Embroidered Flowers book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. glorious blooms brought to life with needle and thread. Con /5.

Kew Book of Embroidered Flowers, The: 11 inspiring projects with reusable iron-on transfers. Beginning Hardanger Embroidery Books- Teach Your Self by Janice Love and Basics and Beyond by Adelaide Stockdale - your choice, like new PrairieArtsandCrafts 5 out of 5 stars () $ Embroidered Garden Flowers book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This is a collection of embroidered flower projects. It feature /5(5). Embroidered Garden Flowers: Botanical Motifs for Needle and Thread by Japanese needlework powerhouse Kazuko Aoki is an incredibly easy-to-follow guide to stitching common, completely realistic, live and growing flowers from their roots, stems, and leaves, up through different stages of the flowers' growth, including buds, full blooms, and even 4/5.