Brazilian Embroidery 101
BK-BE101 with traceable design:
Sunshine's Valentine 128 pages spiral bound. Don't have a teacher near by and you want to learn Brazilian
Dimensional Embroidery? This is the ultimate instruction handbook for
learning the BE techniques. Feel like "Sunshine" is sitting right there
and showing you what to do every step of the way.
Or if you are a teacher - this is a great teaching tool for
The designs completed by this talented artist and bead enthusiast cover a wide
range of styles and innovative applications. The front cover is showing
the " Ice Maiden "
Beads are addictive and this book will help fulfill your desire to work with beads!
The diagrams are large and easy to follow as you create beaded necklaces, bookmarks,
collars, purses, jewelry and more, using several different beading techniques. Mill Hill
beads are used the most in this book.
Bouquet of Ribbons
Bouquet of Ribbons by Ann Snuggs
3 In Stock then discontinued
These flowers and leaves are so vibrant and lush the you’ll catch yourself
smelling them on more than one occasion. And they’re not even real! The floral
designs are lovely and unlike real flowers, they’ll last a lifetime. Once you
learn these ten separate embroidery stitches, you’ll be filling every open
area you can find with awe-inspiring arrangements. Before you know it, you’re
working on seemingly complex designs with confidence and creativity. Striking
colors burst off the pages to reveal how to make flowers baskets, birdbath
pictures, as well as ornate vines twisted into letters and glorious greetings.
Beginning Guide to Stumpwork by Kay Dennis
80 colorful pages are filled with step-by-step instructions and illustrations showing all the techniques and methods of
Stumpwork. Projects include flowing flowers, acorns, poppy seed heads, topiary, butterfly, leaf, flower, seaweed and fish, orange branch, mushrooms, foxgloves, birds and beach, heads and hands and the gardener. This is an amazing book!.
Beginner's Guide To Crewel Embroidery
by Jane Rainbow
Stitch beautiful designs using 12 basic stitches all shown in clear, colored step by step photos and instructions..
Beginner's Guide To Silk Ribbon Embroidery
by Ann Cox
48 pages of color close-up stitches and designs to embroider a garden full of flowers.
The Beginner's Guide to Freestyle Embroidery
128 page book is a comprehensive guide to freestyle embroidery, filled with a wealth of attractive and practical
projects for you to practice your skills - samplers, ornaments, pictures and more.
Easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions with color photos and clear diagrams for individual stitches and complete projects.
Softbound, 128 pages,
60 Color Photographs, 60 Two-color Illustrations
Accent on Beaded Ornament Covers book - beading Karen DeSousa
Marvelous diagrams and clear instructions to create these six fabulous beaded ornament covers. Difficulty ranges from beginner to advanced. Accent Bead -
Beginner's Guide to Mountmellick Embroidery
This technique is stitched white on white using contrasting textures to reveal beautiful, natural designs. Thirteen different stitches are illustrated for many projects..
the Basics of Punch Embroidery
28 pages of instructions
plus 16 pages of iron-on patterns. A full-color illustrated treasury of special
techniques, ideas and procedures beyond the basics of punch embroidery. It
includes advanced techniques such as full dimension and wedge contouring,
defined and shaped brushing, over-punch and elevated punch. Also includes an
in-depth section on knotting, weaving, punched needlepoint and cross stitch.