Cross Stitch Characters Hardcover – 26 Apr 2002
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Enchanting collection of more than 40 cross stitch designs. -- The Sunday Post, September 2002 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Adele Welsby has been successfully running her cross stitch kit company, Adele Welsby Designs, for over 10 years. Nursery scenes and the Percy the Park Keeper kit designs that she produces are some of her most popular designs. This title follows on from the success of her first title Cross Stitch Silhouettes published by David & Charles last year. Adele lives in the Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales.
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Top Customer Reviews
However, Wallace and Gromit has been used a particular selling point for the book and there are only three rather plain and unexciting designs.
Overall, a disappointing buy.
Welsby introduces each project with a justification of her choice of characters and suggestions for gifts and framing. She also frequently includes a 'Stitching Ideas' column of how to adapt the project to suit your needs, for example, the picture used on a placemat could become a patch on a t-shirt.
This book will make you want to dive straight in and start stitching, but will probably leave you wanting a larger variety of character depictions and more of them. However, with luck, this will be the first in a long line of 'character' cross stitch chart books.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Some useful characters to stitch for the charity I stitch for - now to buy the time ;)Published 8 months ago by Rosie
Just what I was looking for to stitch some panels for Charity, charts easy to use.Published 10 months ago by Dawn Gilbert