Beautiful Bead Embroidery
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|Format: ||Paperback, 128 pages|
|Other Information: ||128 colour illustrations|
|Published In: ||Australia, 01 June 2006|
Within this fabulous book you will learn the beautiful art of bead embroidery! You will explore a variety of techniques including smocking, pin tucking, beading, couching and piping! Clear instructions and nearly 200 step-by-step photographs will help you create 17 gorgeous projects, designed by some of the world's best respected needlewomen, such as Susan O'Connor, Christine Bishop, Julie Graue, Liz Vickery, Carolyn Pearce and Anna Scott. From a simple but versatile flower design to dazzling evening bags, these projects will inspire and delight all who love embroidery. Find out how to embellish a cardigan with sophisticated beading designed by Karen Torrisi, beader to the stars. Enhance your tree with Carolyn Pearce's exquisite Christmas decorations or delight a bride with helen Eriksson's romantic bridal accessories. This latest volume in the Inspirations Books catalogue brings together some of the most beautiful bead embroidery in the usual Country Bumpkin format and style encompassing glorious photography and illustrations along with informational and user-friendly text. We are delighted to bring you another must have addition to your needle workers library.
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With nearly 200 step-by-step photographs and 17 gorgeous projects this is a book every needlecrafter will want!
Feb/Mar 08 From the same team that publish 'Inspirations' embroidery magazine, anyone familiar with that publication will see a similarity with the work featured in this book, indeed, we recognised many of the projects as having previously been in the magazine. The projects themselves are mainly highly decorative and 'pretty' with lots of beautiful colours, fabrics, threads, beads and sequins combined to make heirloom quality items. Although this is a book perhaps more suited to a more advanced beader/embroiderer, we liked the clear photographs that accompanied the instructions for each project. Bead Feb 07 Gazing at this book is sure to make anybody yearn to own one of the truly beautiful confections within it. These are professional quality accessories to die for, but all laid out with clear diagrams, instructions, lists of what you need and at the back, patterns to remove and use. If you have ever looked at a copy of this reviewer's favorite needlecraft magazine Inspirations and wanted more, then here it is. Bags, a bride's matching set, Christmas decorations, purses, trinket pots, pictures and, to cap it all, glorious dancing pumps adorned with azure satin ribbons and beaded dragon motifs, now you can take your wardrobe and decor to the next level. Learn how to bead on lace, make three dimensional berries, attach beads so they lie together neatly, smock and have a go at some embroidery stitches you might not know. The real joy is that it all looks so terribly advanced, and although it is very much a book for the more advanced embroiderer everything is clearly explained. I particularly like the pages of neat photographs showing in easy stages how to perform a technique; they really are very simple to follow and get right. Also to enjoy are Country Bumpkin Publications' hallmark of adorning the pages with little pictures of vintage photographs, illustrations, artifacts and such, making it a very pretty book indeed. Combining beauty and practicality in the most delightful way, this is surely one of my favorite embroidery/beadwork books of the past twelve months. Myshelf.com
27.9 x 56.9 centimetres (0.48 kg)|
15+ years |