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Embroider everything workshop : the beginner's guide

Author: Diana Rupp
Publisher: New York : Workman Pub. Co., 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1stView all editions and formats
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"A spirited guided packed with everything you need to know to embroider like a pro and transform any plain piece of fabric or fabric surface into a work of art. Combining attitude and instruction, projects and inspiration-plus iron-on-transfer pattern sheets and a perforated practice stitch card--EMBROIDER EVERYTHING WORKSHOP is a complete how-to. It covers all the major embroidery stitching techniques:freehand  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
Nonfiction
Amateurs' manuals
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Diana Rupp
ISBN: 9780761157007 076115700X
OCLC Number: 662397828
Notes: Subtitle from cover: Beginner's guide to embroidery, cross-stitch, needlepoint, beadwork, appliquâe, and more.
Enclosed spiral-bound.
Includes 48 original iron-on transfer patterns in pocket.
Description: xx, 251 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Contents: About embroidery (Freehand embroidery --
Appliqué --
Smocking --
Needlepoint --
Openwork --
Beadwork --
Counted thread work) --
pt. I. The basics. 1. Gearing up (The ultimate embroider everyting kit --
Needles --
Threads --
Fabrics --
Canvas --
The scoop on hoops --
Frames --
Getting organized) --
2. Get ready, get set (Prepare your needle and thread --
Hooping your work --
All the better to see you with --
Get your stitch on) --
3. Start stitching (Stitching 101 --
Freehand embroidery --
The Rupp rules for monograms --
Needlepoint --
Smocking --
Counted thread --
How to start an embroidery group) --
4. Getting designs onto fabric and canvas (Iron-ons --
Heat-transfer pencils --
Photo heat-transfer paper --
Water- and air-soluble fabric markers --
Basting --
Dressmaker's carbon --
Stabilizer --
Painting on canvas --
Where technology and embroidery meet --
A crash course in color --
Get inspired) Pt. II. The projects (How ambitious are you feeling? --
Keep reading --
Ready to dig in?) --
For wearing (Sashiko top and tunic --
Dashing vest and tie --
Daily panties --
Needlework necklace --
Beaded dress --
Stag hoodie --
Monogrammed sneakers --
Folk art skirt --
Bargello belt --
Feather-stitched scarf) --
For kids (Crewel but kind giraffe --
Patch 'em ups --
Smocked with love dress --
Bejeweled blossoms --
Book for Baby --
Kimono baby booties --
Baby bird bib) --
For home (Art of conversation pillows --
Place setting place mat --
Color theory coasters --
Greenmarket tote --
Horsey draft dodger --
Light-as-a-feather doorstop --
Dishwasher sign --
Voulez-vous pillowcase --
Old Country tea towel --
Peony jewelry box --
Lacy parasol) --
For giving (Victorian tic-tac-toe --
Return-to-sender luggage tag --
Baroque paper frame --
Family tree photo album cover --
Old-meets-new gadget cozies --
Diamond cuff links --
Fancy first aid kiet --
Scissors chatelaine --
Li'l mouse cat toy --
Something blue hanky --
Skeleton key ring --
Pet portrait) --
Appendix A. Finishing up (Get pinned --
Hand sewing tips --
Stitches to finish what you started --
Other odds and ends --
Presentation touches --
Cleaning) ; Appendix B. Font library.
Responsibility: by Diana Rupp ; illustrations by Sybille Schenker ; photographs by Jim Franco.

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Embroidery is embellishing a white linen handkerchief with a flower. Embroidery is also inexpensive, portable, and easy to learn. Including iron-on transfer pattern sheets and a perforated practice  Read more...

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