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McKeating, Jane

Overview
Works: 3 works in 7 publications in 1 language and 411 library holdings
Genres: Catalogs 
Classifications: NK9206, 746.44
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Most widely held works by Jane McKeating
Hand stitch : perspectives( Book )

2 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 110 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Machine stitch : perspectives by Alice Kettle( Book )

4 editions published in 2010 in English and Undetermined and held by 82 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"MMU hosts a specialist embroidery department, which has been instrumental in artistic and educational innovations in this area since the 1960s. The lecturers, graduates and students have remarkable expertise in machine embroidery, and MMU is home to a rich and unique archive of machines, samples and artwork, both historical and contemporary. This book will celebrate this archive, as well as providing the only definitive record (and exploring the potential) of the huge number of machines currently in use from the traditional Irish Embroidery machine to the new generation of computerised sewing machines. The book will demonstrate how key machines can be applied to the artistic, industrial and domestic practice, and shows machine embroiderers how to combine techniques and develop their ideas using machine embroidery. Each contributor gives their own individual perspective on machine stitch."--Publisher
Machine Stitch( )

1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Machine Embroidery is hugely exciting in terms of its potential as a<br/><br/>creative medium and is part of a flourishing creative industry both in<br/><br/>design and production. MMU hosts a specialist embroidery department, <br/><br/>which has been instrumental in artistic and <br/><br/><br/>educational innovations in this area since the 1960s. The lecturers, <br/><br/>graduates and students have remarkable expertise in machine embroidery, <br/><br/>and MMU is home to a rich and unique archive of machines, samples and<br/><br/>artwork, both historical and contemporary. This book will celebrate<br/><br/>this archive, as well as providing the only definitive record (and<br/><br/>exploring the potential) of the huge number of machines currently in<br/><br/>use from the traditional Irish Embroidery machine to the new generation<br/><br/>of computerised sewing machines. The book will demonstrate how key<br/><br/>machines can be applied to the artistic, industrial and domestic<br/><br/>markets, and shows machine embroiderers how to combine techniques and<br/><br/>develop their ideas using machine embroidery. Each contributor gives<br/><br/>their own individual perspective on machine stitch
 
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