The Embroidery Stitch Bible: Over 200 Stitches Photographed with Easy-to-follow Charts (Stitchcraft) Spiral-bound – 1 Feb 2003
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Top Customer Reviews
smocking and canvas work. It also has a very good working practice section and gives ideas for finishing and using pieces . As This book is small it has easily replaced my weildy Embroidery Bible. A very good buy for beginners and advanced stitchers alike
The best bonus is the ring construction allowing the book to open flat.
Would recommend to anyone interested in hand stitching.Excellent value.
The stitches are grouped into type for fabric such as line, chain, blanket, crossed, feather, satin, couching, laid filling, detached, raised, woven, insertion, smocking drawn thread, pulled, & trimming. Then there is a section on Stitches for canvas i.e. diagonal, straight, crossing, composite & loop and pile stitches.
There is then a 'Working Practice' section which deals with counted thread techniques, freestyle embriodery, canvas work and finishing touches.
For each stitch throughout the book there are photographs of the finished stitch and step-by-step illustrations and text for you so that there's no reason for not being abole to achieve great results.
I have liked browsing through the book and picking out different stitches to try on different areas of my sewing work.
I love this book and would highly recommend it.
I am someone that likes to read a few different descriptions of how to do a stitch and I have quite a few of these types of books to assist me!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Easy to find stitches, book lies flat so you can follow simple diagrams/instructionsPublished 6 days ago by Mrs. E. Sutton
Brilliant book. All the stitches you need for embroidery is very clear. Book lies flat when open which is great.Published 2 months ago by P. Cartside
Decided to have a go at embriodery again and as I have not done this since childhood. I needed a book to help me get started again. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jools
I wanted a good general reference book and searched accordingly. I read lots of reviews and this one certainly lives up to all its five star reviews. Read morePublished 4 months ago by gimmielinda
Excellent book with lots of brilliant new ideas, would recommend this book to anyone.Published 4 months ago by EMMarg
Great little book with all sort of stitches i had never used before. Plus with the spine in a handy spiral it make it easier to use.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer