A Rainbow of Stitches: Embroidery and Cross-Stitch Basics Plus More Than 1,000 Motifs and 80 Project Ideas Paperback – 20 Oct 2009
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About the Author
AGNES DELAGE-CALVET, ANNE SOHIER-FOURNEL, MURIEL BRUNET, and FRANCOISE RITZ are lifelong needlearts enthusiasts and experienced teachers of embroidery and other fiber crafts.
FREDERIC LUCANO is a professional photographer specializing in fashion and home dEcor.
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Top Customer Reviews
That said, this is a wonderful book - great mix of cross stitch & embroidery, classic & modern. All motifs are relatively small & therefore quick to complete. Can use to decorate items around the home, cards or pictures.
Literally hundreds of patterns and sound ideas, just to warn though, if you are expecting patterns etc for the projects there aren't any!! This book is motifs and inspiration only, by the bucket load!!!
BUT if you have already got Made In France by the same authors this book has all of the projects in that plus a few more- I bought both and was a little disappointed by the duplication, so if you're undecided between the two get this one!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This little gem is absolutely packed with gorgeous cross-stitch and embroidery patterns for all occasions; the authors have also included a really helpful tutorial section on how... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Miss Natalie S. Stewart
This book is filled with beautiful modern designs in a wide range of techniques and has a good explanation of the different stitches styles.Published on 9 Aug. 2014 by Claudia