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|Description:||192 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm.|
|Contents:||The techniques. Using an acetate grid - Transferring a design - Enlarging or reducing a motif - A brief guide to the crafts (Knitting; Swiss darning (duplicate stitch); Needlepoint; Cross-stitch; Freehand embroidery; Machine embroidery; Couched beading; Appique; Decoupage; Cutting stencils; Stenciling; Cutting stamps; Stamping; Freehand painting; Painting on pottery and papier mache) - Designing with motifs. The patterns. North and South American designs (Native American; North American folk art; American art deco; Central and South American) - Ancient Greek and Roman designs (Minoan and Etruscan; Ancient Greek; Ancient Roman) - Egyptian and African designs (Ancient Egyptian; North African; Central and East African; South African; West African) - Oriental designs (Chinese; Japanese; Korean; Indonesian) - Mediterranean designs (French; Italian; Spanish and Portuguese) - Scandinavian designs (Viking; Swedish; Danish; Finnish; Norwegian) - Celtic and British designs (Celtic; Medieval; Elizabethan; Georgian and Regency; Victorian; Art Nouveau and Art Deco; Bloomsbury Group) Northern European designs (German; Austrian and Hungarian; Czech; Polish; Rumanian; Russian) - South Asian designs (North Indian, Tibet, Nepal and Afghanistan; West Indian and Pakistan; Central and South Indian; East Indian) - Motif sources.|