• Pulled Thread

    LIKE MANY OTHER FORMS OF TRADITIONAL EMBROIDERY, PULLED THREAD WORK HAS ACQUIRED A RATHER DULL AND OLD-FASHIONED IMAGE AND HAS CONSEQUENTLY BEEN SADLY NEGLECTED OVER THE YEARS. IN THIS BOOK, MOYRA MCNEILL EXAMINES THE TECHNIQUES AFRESH AND ENDEAVORS TO BRING THE CRAFT RIGHT UP TO DATE, BRINGING IN MODERN CONCEPTS OF DESIGN BUT NOT IGNORING THE EXQUISITE PULLED THREAD WORK THAT HAS BEEN DONE IN THE PAST. AS WELL AS GIBING VCLEAR AND PRECISE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE BASIC PULLED THREAD STITCHES, SHE POINTS TO WAYS IN WHICH THESE CAN BE INTERPRETED 'FREELY' FOR USE IN BORDERS, MOTIFS, TRIMMINGS FOR CLOTHES, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS AND EXCITING WALL PANELS AND HANGINGS.

    • ASIN: 0263517349

  • Beginner's Guide to Drawn Thread Embroidery (Beginner's Guide to Needlecraft)

    In this beautiful and inspiring book, Patricia Bage demonstrates the basic techniques and embroidery stitches you need to create exquisite drawn thread embroideries.

    • ASIN: 1844482421

  • Pulled Thread Embroidery, 64 Patterns - Used in Rococo and Today

    Timeless Pulled Thread EmbroideryDo you love geometric patterns? Do you like embroideries? Did you have a sense of traditions? - Pulled thread embroidery is perfect for you!Here you get many traditional filling patterns which I found in embroidered laces of Rococo period in Europe, from about 300 years ago. I present them with introductions and detail pictures. And I show how you can use them today for your embroideries. You can work in traditional style or free. Realize your ideas.You need only a loosely woven fabric, any thread and an embroidery needle - try pulled thread embroidery.

    • ASIN: 1517222214

  • Drawn Thread Embroidery (An Owl Book)

    From traditional, time-honored techniques to exciting contemporary innovations, here is the art of drawn thread embroidery thoroughly explained and beautifully illustrated with both line drawings and photographs. In addition to the basic techniques, such as ladder and zigzag hems, embroiderers will be delighted to find in-depth coverage of needleweaving, reticella, Russian drawn ground, Hedebo, and Hardanger-and a section on experimental machine work, too. The images get up-close to the exquisite, often delicate, stitching, and the diagrams clearly show the way to bring the needle through the fabric. Sketches give a sense of how the embroidery looks in a garment, and also suggest unique and surprising design ideas. Needleworkers will refer to this guide again and again, finding new inspiration every time.

    • Brand: Brand: Henry Holt n Co (P)
    • ASIN: 0805014063

  • Mexican Drawn Thread Embroidery Work c.1889

    30 Pages. A wonderful and scarce title in the art of Mexican Drawn Work. It covers all aspects of the art, from preparing the linen, to simple beginning stitches and elaborate and intricate designs. It is very clearly illustrated and the instructions are very deatiled and easy to follow. If you have ever dreamed of doing Drawn Work, this is the book that I recommend starting with. REPRODUCTION

    • ASIN: B002650VMO

  • Drawn Fabric Embroidery (Batsford Classic Embroidery)

    The time-honored technique of drawn fabric embroidery has never lost its appeal. Now embroiderers interested in mastering this skill have this classic text to help them create traditional items or experiment further. It includes information on design, stitches, planning the embroidery, and more unusual techniques. Page by page, stitchers will find advice on using drawn fabric on clothing, making small items, working panels, and finishing articles.

    • Brand: Brand: Batsford
    • ASIN: 0713488034

  • Danish Pulled Thread Embroidery (Sammentraekssying) (Dover Needlework) (Dover Needlework Series)

    Provides precise, thorough instructions and illustrations of 45 historic, remarkably beautiful Danish pulled thread designs. Each is accompanied by a photograph of a finished section of embroidery made with the stitch. 84 line drawings. 89 black and white photographs.

    • ASIN: 0486234746
    • UPC: 800759234745

  • Pen To Thread: 750+ Hand-Drawn Embroidery Designs to Inspire Your Stitches!

    Picture-perfect embroidery projects!Looking to add some inspiration to your embroidery? Look to Pen to Thread! Illustrator and fabric designer Sarah Watson has hand drawn more than 750 whimsical, imaginative motifs in one place--sheer delight for anyone who wields a needle!From every day objects like birdcages and backpacks to sophisticated poodles, playful mermaids, and punchy pinatas, each pattern is more charming than the next. Sarah has also included embroidery and stitching basics in case you're new to this fun and addictive hobby. She offers tips on choosing color as well as a CD containing individual PDFs of all motifs and alphabets for easy resizing. Any motif can be made distinctly yours with Sarah's easy-to-follow instructions. Your finished projects will make perfect gifts--but you won't want to give them away.With pattern chapters like School Days, In the Kitchen, The Great Outdoors, and By the Sea, there's no limit to where Pen to Thread can take you!

    • Brand: Interweave
    • ASIN: 1620339528
    • UPC: 812787020498