Algerian Eye Stitch 92 Alternating Stitch 61 Aubusson Stitch 14 Bargello Stitch 62 Bargello Cross Stitch 19 Basket Weave 12 Bazar Stitch 48 Bias Tent Stitch 12 Binding Stitch 108 Brick Cashmere Stitch 83 Brick Stitch 61 Button Stitch 38 ...
Author: Hope Hanley
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Treasury of over 100 decorative stitches, with an easy-to-read chart and an actual-size photograph for each one. 150 illustrations. 98 photographs.
THE BARGELLO STITCH The Bargello stitch is beautifully simple to master, and thanks to the very few rules that accompany the craft, once you've grasped the basics, it's easy to develop your personal style. Made up of straight stitches ...
Author: Nerrisa Pratt
Publisher: Hardie Grant Publishing
Master the colourful bargello stitch with 17 projects and learn how to incorporate it into your home. Starting with the basics, Nerrisa Pratt introduces you to this iconic stitch, explores its historical roots and shows you how to grow in confidence so you can build up to creating your own designs. From cushions and lampshades to plant pot covers and bags, this craft is extremely versatile and can add instant colour and texture to any interior thanks to its graphic style. Rediscover your love for needlepoint with Bargello: 17 Modern Needlepoint Projects for You and Your Home.
... stitch fishnet stitch, see herringbone stitch flame stitch, see bargello stitch flat stitches, 7, 47 flat Vandyke stitch, 25, 56 Florence stitch (diagonal mosaic stitch), 33, 132 Florentine stitch, see bargello stitch flower thread, ...
Author: Lucinda Ganderton
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
From a herringbone stitch to a wheatear - a new edition of this comprehensive ebook to stitching Create beautiful needlework with this complete illustrated ebook to stitching. The perfect reference for embroidery, needlepoint, dressmaking, canvas work or other needlecrafts. Find advice on what thread, needles or fabric will work with which stitches and take a look at over 200 decorative and practical stitches with ideas on how and where to use them. Step-by-step instructions and detailed working photographs will help you understand exactly how to create any stitch and what it should look like. Invaluable for beginners, and full of ideas for the accomplished stitcher.
Bargello is a type of needlepoint based on straight up and down stitches that vary in length. ... It is also known as Flame Stitch because of the distinct zigzag pattern created by the stitches. The bargello pattern is easily designed ...
Author: Betty Gaglio Cavanaugh
Publisher: Teacher Created Resources
Illustrated directions and patterns for 40 art projects.
Author: Jo Ippolito Christensen
Directions for using vertical needlepoint stitches to make pillows, eyeglass cases, picture frames, key cases, and other useful accessories.
Danish knot, 28, 77 darning in, 18 darning stitch (damask stitch), 29, 85 double, 29, 85 Japanese, 30, 92 detached chain stitch, ... see herringbone stitch flame stitch, see bargello stitch flat stitches, 7, 47 flat Vandyke stitch, 25, ...
Author: Lucinda Ganderton
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
The ultimate stitch dictionary, perfect for anyone who wants to learn and master the traditional craft of embroidery! A visual encyclopedia of stitches that will inspire and inform sewers of all levels. With this comprehensive guide in hand, you'll be able to accomplish and perfect every stitch under the sun! This handbook is packed with practical advice on which thread, needles, or fabrics work best with different techniques. From looped and tied needlepoint stitches to open and solid filling stitches, you'll learn how to complete over 200 incredible stitches in no time. This practical embroidery book covers sewing tips for dressmaking, needle point and embroidery stitches. Learn the art quickly with concise text, easy-to-follow, close-up photography, and step-by-step instructions and illustrations. Finding the perfect stitch for your next sewing project is easy thanks to this comprehensive embroidery guide. Embroideryshows you that with just a few simple stitches, some basic materials, and an idea or two, you can sew just about anything. High-quality photography, helpful captions, and diagrams make the techniques achievable for beginners as well as providing an invaluable reference book for experienced embroiderers. Join the Embroidery Revolution Although embroidery has been around for many years, this book will help you enjoy the craft in a fresh, fun, and modern way. Whether you're already an expert, just starting out, or looking for a new hobby at home, Embroiderygives you a detailed checklist of everything you'll need to embark on your stitch journey. Inside the pages of this illustrated guide from DK Books, you'll find: - Inspirational ideas and practical advice on stitches for embroidery, needlepoint, and dressmaking. - Step-by-step instructions and clear photographs showing you how to achieve more than 200 stitches. - Everything you need to choose the right threads, needles, and fabrics.
Flame Stitch Needlepoint Also known as : Bargello Stitch, Irish Stitch, Flame Stitch, Hungarian Point Stitch Punto Fiamma, Punto Unghero [EN] , [IT] T he name of this stitch suggests that it resembles the pattern of the flames.
Author: Juby Aleyas Koll
Publisher: Roxy Mathew Koll and Juby Aleyas Koll
Hand Embroidery Stitches for Everyone, 2nd Edition, is the ultimate stitch guide to embroidery, whatever your level of expertise is. At 600 pages, this book is a definitive guide to different stitches for various needlework and crafting projects. It has a Picture Dictionary of 306 hand embroidery stitches, including cross-stitching and needlepoint stitches. The technique to each stitch is explained step-by-step with pictures that can be zoomed-in to see better and bigger. Each stitch comes with a small description along with information on the difficulty level, the uses, and alternate names. All the stitches are neatly categorized into Stitch Families to make it easy for you to choose the best one for your projects. This eBook is interactive with a clickable picture dictionary and links for easy navigation. If you are an absolute beginner, there are three entire sections to orient and prepare you for this art. You will find methods to handle needles, threads, fabric, hoops, and other tools, making it an ideal reference guide. This book also gives interesting information on traditional embroidery forms, and the origin and history of many stitches, which can inspire learners of all levels to explore more. A section on helpful tips is a bonus and gives you information that will make your stitching experience better. What’s more? You don’t have to worry about how to practice all these stitches. Find a section on easy and printable patterns, making this the all-in-all eBook for hand embroidery. _____________________ The Hand Embroidery Stitch Book includes: • 306 hand embroidery stitches with step-by-step photographic illustrations • A categorized picture dictionary with 20 Stitch Families for easy selection • Helpful tips for better stitch experience • Good practices and common mistakes • All about hand embroidery tools and supplies • Drawing, tracing, and transferring patterns • Hooping the fabric, separating the floss, and threading the needle • Multiple methods for starting and finishing a stitch • Color wheel and guide for picking colors • Printable patterns, with stitch guides and ideas • Sample embroidery for each stitch family • History and maps of traditional embroidery styles