Autor: Country Bumpkin
Publisher: Search Press
Edition: BC Paperback
Size: 210x228 mm
Perfect for learning how to add that extra special touch to christening gowns, children's clothes, wedding dresses and delicate garments, this book has methods for every skill level. Techniques often involving a sewing machine imitate the beauty of French hand sewing.
The ultimate reference guides for needleworkers with amazing projects, detailed step-by-step instructions and stunning photographs. This best-selling series covering mainly embroidery but also sewing, knitting and crochet, was originally published by Country Bumpkin in Australia and has now been revamped for the modern needeworker by Search Press, with a fresh new design.
Discover the delights of heirloom sewing, a collection of fine needlework techniques that imitate French hand sewing. The use of delicate fabrics trimmed with lace, entredeux, ribbon and tucks are common characteristics of this beautiful technique. Perfect for adding that extra special touch to christening gowns, children's clothes, wedding dresses and delicate garments, this book has methods for every skill level. Filled with detailed instructions and useful hints, this reference book offers over 700 clear step-by-step photographs to help you achieve the perfect finish.
Revamped design of a book that has sold well over many years
Fine needlework techniques, often done with a sewing machine, that imitate fine French hand sewing
Clear instructions, hints, tips and historical insights
700 clear step-by-step photographs
Construction techniques particularly suited to fine fabrics