Miniatures are fun, and anyone can do them, according to expert miniaturist Elizabeth R Anderson Her enthusiasm and understanding of the subject have resulted in a wonderful, easy to follow book Using three simple stitches, she shows how you can create your own embroidery miniatures to use as gifts or to decorate your home Using charts and beautiful photographs, her step by step guide explores all the materials and techniques you will need in detail She guides the reader through an exquisite selection of samplers, flowers, fruit, birds, butterflies, figures, animals and silhouettes in a series of clear, practical projects, which are suitable for all levels of embroiderers....
|Title||:||Beginner's Guide to Miniature Embroidery|
|Publisher||:||Search Press January 1, 2006|
|Number of Pages||:||64 pages|
|File Size||:||992 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Beginner's Guide to Miniature Embroidery Reviews
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I saw this book at a stitching class. Ordered it the same night. Arrived one week later listed in very good condition, but definitely NEW. Lovely addition to my cross stitch collection!
It is a lovely book in excellent condition and what I was looking for!
This is a delightful book, like new, with many fine projects in it. I will be able to make many adorable items!