Sublime Stitching Spiral-bound – 18 Sep 2006
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About the Author
Jenny Hart made embroidery cool before anyone dared to try. Her own embroidery works have been internationally exhibited and are included in the collections of many celebrities. Jenny lives in Austin, Texas, where she runs Sublime Stitching and is a member of the Austin Craft Mafia. She also teaches embroidery classes at Make Workshop in New York City. Alexandra Grablewski's photographs have appeared in magazines such as Martha Stewart Living and Real Simple, in addition to several cooking and craft books. She lives in New York City.
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Top Customer Reviews
This book is perfect for anyone who wants to give embroidery a go but isn't sure where to start - the author talks you through every step of the process, from buying thread to advanced stitches. It'd be worth the price with only a couple of the patterns included - with about a hundred thrown in, it's a fantastic bargain!
I really like all the transfers almost every subject is covered
It's so nice to find a book of transfers that are slightly edgy
As the author herself says not baskets of flowers and geese in bonnets
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a review for the kindle edition - pictures of the patterns are not included in the kindle edition, which I don't think is made clear at all in the product description. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ahteem
It's a bit pricey for what it is, a lot of the information in it I already got off the website. It's 3/4 patterns most of which I could have drawn myself.Published 17 months ago by Stephanie Turner
Lovely book filled with great iron on transfers. Love the sturdy feel of the book and the pockets in the covers to keep the transfers when removed from the book.Would reccomedPublished 18 months ago by Jenny
I choose this book as a gift for a friend who enjoy's embroidery, it has some really lovely, unusual designsPublished on 27 May 2014 by anne hollis
This was the first book I have found disappointing on the kindle fire. I was not able to locate the transfers and the book did not have many pictures. I would not recommend this.Published on 30 Oct. 2013 by Jelly
Personally I was pleasantly surprised with this book which contains loads of contemporary pattern transfers and information regarding embroidery stitches, floss etc. Read morePublished on 14 Jun. 2013 by Polly Peirce
I have to be honest, I am a little disappointed. I was hoping for more details re: various stitches but this book talks only of the most basic stitchs and then has loads of... Read morePublished on 16 Oct. 2012 by Mrs. G. French