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Little Book Of Wildflowers In Silkribbon

Item No: S2276

Little Book Of Wildflowers In Silkribbon

Author: Bradford. Jenny

(48 Pages)

ISBN: 9781863512275

Presented as botanical style samples. these designs can be used to decorate clothing. small gift items. crazy patchwork. incoporated in wool embroidery or landscape embroidery.


Price: $11.49 (inc GST) + shipping
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Decorative Beading

Item No: S3191

Decorative Beading

Author: Bullus. Beth

(112 Pages)

ISBN: 9781863513197

Lampshades. tassels. scraves. brooches & more delightful projects to make.


Price: $22.99 (inc GST) + shipping
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Little Book Of Tassels

Item No: S2608

Little Book Of Tassels

Author: Chiel. Danielle

(80 Pages)

ISBN: 9781863512602

Colour photos. clear drawings & sensible instructions will have you tasselled in no time! Four simple steps. Beautiful projects introduce decorative techniques to develop your own tassel creations.


Price: $22.94 (inc GST) + shipping
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The Art Of Silk Ribbon Embroidery

Item No: CT154

The Art Of Silk Ribbon Embroidery

Author: Judith Baker Montano

(120 Pages)

ISBN: 9780914881551

The Art of Silk Ribbon Embroidery? is a vibrant, colourful book which introduces eleven international teachers and is filled with a wide array of patterns and designs. A must for the needle worker and quilter (or anyone who appreciates art and colour).


Price: $48.24 (inc GST) + shipping
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The Gossamer Webs Design Collection

Item No: SP087X

The Gossamer Webs Design Collection

Author: Khmeleva. Galina

(56 Pages)

ISBN: 9781883010874

3 Orenburg shawls to knit. Instructions. Photos & charts for each project


Price: $19.54 (inc GST) + shipping
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Filet Lace

Item No: S3654

Filet Lace

Author: Margaret Morgan

(166 Pages)

ISBN: 9781863513654

Filet lace is one of the oldest forms of lacemaking. Its origins in ancient times seem to lie in the refinement of the plain netting used for fishing nets to create a fabric for making hairnets and dresses which could be embellished with embroidery in gold and silken threads. Filet lace has persisted through the centuries under a number of names, being embroidered in a wide variety of stitches, and often displaying regional variations. The recent resurgence of interest in filet lace has highlighted the need for a book that explains its techniques to beginners, although experienced lacemakers will also gain a great deal from Filet Lace: Stitches and Patterns. Section I explains, in ten detailed, step-by-step lessons with sampler projects to be worked, the basic stitches required, and their variations. Section II provides patterns and instructions for fourteen projects with modern filet lace designs, while Section III reproduces in modern form nine patterns from very old sources.


Price: $40.24 (inc GST) + shipping
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Needleweaving & Embroidery

Item No: S3442

Needleweaving & Embroidery

Author: Mitrofanis. Effie

(112 Pages)

ISBN: 9781863513449

Embellished treasures combines drawn thread embroidery needleweaving & surface stitches


Price: $40.19 (inc GST) + shipping
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Inspired To Knit

Item No: SP0418

Inspired To Knit

Author: Orne, Michele Rose

(152 Pages)

ISBN: 9781596680418

Four mini workshops with 24 patterns and spectacular photography in this compilation help knitters think creatively, find inspiration in their surroundings, and shape those elements into garment design. Stunning patterns are arranged by season, reflecting the colors and beauty of nature that inspire feminine designs. From an amber-beaded cardigan that captures the feeling of hay fields drying in the sun to a long, belted coat with a spray of coral roses inspired by flowers in local markets to an intarsia jacket that evokes memories of a fall hike in a forest, each pattern is rich with color, detailing, and romantic knitting style. The design workshops throughout this guidebook challenge knitters to find inspiration in their surroundings, build color palettes, swatch creatively through knitting and sketching, and finesse their style and fit.


Price: $50.59 (inc GST) + shipping
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Crochet Techniques

Item No: S3715

Crochet Techniques

Author: Renate Kirkpatrick

(208 Pages)

ISBN: 9781863513715

Over the last 200 years crochet in its various forms has given rise to an unknown number of stitches. Crochet Techniques brings together instructions for stitches and their variations to create five colourful and attractive samplers ? two based on Classic stitches, and one on Jacquard stitch, a fourth based on Tunisian crochet (also called Tricot), and another based on Crochenit (sometimes known as ?on the double? crochet) Working these patterns will help you gain a solid, well-grounded knowledge of crochet. Many of the stitches are a breeze, but others require a little more concentration ? but there?s no equal to the feeling of accomplishment that mastering them will give you. As you make your way through the techniques you will discover a range of interesting and useful stitches that you?ll want to use over and over again- not just as rugs, perhaps, but to create items of your own. You will also find discussion of common crochet problems and tips for solving them.


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