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1 2 3 embroidery : easy projects for elegant living / Ellen Moore Johnson.

By: Johnson, Ellen Moore.
Publisher: Gloucester, Mass. : Rockport Publishers, c2001Description: 128 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm.ISBN: 9781564964755.Report number: AJ-WINTER/04Other title: One two three embroidery.Subject(s): Embroidery -- PatternsDDC classification: 746.44 Abstract: "123 Embroidery" is the first book to provide insightful ideas for adding embroidered accents to every room in the home. From silk sofa pillows for the living room to tie-on chair cushions for the kitchen, from a bedroom lamp shade to a bathroom vanity set, here are more than 30 projects for creating embroidery crafts that are both beautiful and functional. The book begins with a primer on the basics of tools, stitching techniques, and coordination of stitches and fabrics to the project at hand. Then step-by-step instructions walk readers through the entire creative process. Pattern templates plus an additional section on smaller projects ensure that novice needle workers and experienced stitchers alike will have a wellspring of ideas for sewing beauty through every room in the home.
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\"32854\"--P. [4] of cover.

\"First published in the United States of America under the title The Embroidered Home by Rockport Publishers, Inc.\"--T.p. verso.

"123 Embroidery" is the first book to provide insightful ideas for adding embroidered accents to every room in the home. From silk sofa pillows for the living room to tie-on chair cushions for the kitchen, from a bedroom lamp shade to a bathroom vanity set, here are more than 30 projects for creating embroidery crafts that are both beautiful and functional. The book begins with a primer on the basics of tools, stitching techniques, and coordination of stitches and fabrics to the project at hand. Then step-by-step instructions walk readers through the entire creative process. Pattern templates plus an additional section on smaller projects ensure that novice needle workers and experienced stitchers alike will have a wellspring of ideas for sewing beauty through every room in the home.

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