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Mollie Makes Embroidery by Mollie Makes,

Title Mollie Makes Embroidery
Author Mollie Makes,
Publisher Pavilion
Release 2014-08-07
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 160
ISBN 9781909397293
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The team behind Mollie Makes magazine have brought together all their favourite stitchers in a range of impressive disciplines from cross stitch to crewel work. They share their tips, stories and beautiful projects, inspiring us all to pick up a needle and thread. Will you try Laura Trimmell’s geometric squirrel or Nicole Vos Van Avezathe’s quirky cloud-shaped pillow? Perhaps Clare Youngs’ beautiful Folk Art throw is more your thing? With seven different stitches to practise, it’s one to stretch your skills for sure. That’s what we love about this collection – beginner or stitch-savvy, there really is something for everyone who fancies having a go. If you are new to embroidery, the techniques section of the book contains all the step-by-step guidance you need to get started. So thread your needle, choose your fabric and read on – give it a couple of hours and you’ll be a practising stitch witch! Jam-packed with hints, tips and techniques, you’ll soon be tackling more than the basic stitches – you’ll be looping and lacing like the best of them. Why not have a go at silk ribbon embroidery, crewelwork, canvaswork or Bargello? Hoops at the ready! Word count: 50,000

Mollie Makes Embroidery by Mollie Makes

Title Mollie Makes Embroidery
Author Mollie Makes
Publisher
Release 2014-08-12
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 159
ISBN 9781620335420
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

A guide with step-by-step illustrations covers how to embroider either from charted designs or free-form and includes tutorials on crewel work, ribbon embroidery, bargello, cross stitch and machine embroidery, as well as contemporary projects for pillows, table runners, ornaments, wall decor, jewelry, bags and more.

Title Mollie Makes Patchwork Quilting
Author Mollie Makes
Publisher Pavilion
Release 2015-04-16
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 300
ISBN 1910496855
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Make the most of your fabric stash with the complete guide to patchwork and quilting, new from the Mollie Makes team. Learn how to select prints that work together, different ways of cutting and piecing, and a variety of quilting techniques. Find all the information you need to know on different types of fabrics and the best ways to use them in your patchworks. Upcycle fabrics from old clothes or trawl thrift stores for vintage finds and then transform them into practical and beautiful home accessories. Our expert contributors show you how to make bags, cushions throws and more in 15 projects ranging from basic patchworks through to more advanced quilting projects. Packed with useful hints and tips throughout for a solid introduction to all things patchwork. And with an inspirational introduction to the art of quilt-making, we guarantee you will be itching to get started!

Mollie Makes How to Knit by Mollie Makes

Title Mollie Makes How to Knit
Author Mollie Makes
Publisher Pavilion
Release 2015-09-17
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 160
ISBN 1910904430
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The team behind Mollie Makes magazine have brought together all their favourite knit designers to share their tips, stories and beautiful projects. Knitting may seem complicated, but in fact there are just two stitches you need to learn. Once you have mastered knit and purl, you can knit pretty much anything. The beginner s section starts with a run-through of the basic tools and equipment you ll need, as well as a handy guide to choosing yarn. Once you re ready to start, learn the best way to hold your needles, and tackle the different cast-on methods to work out which works best for you. Once you ve cast on, you are ready to make those all-important first stitches and choose your first project. Make a gift for a loved one with patterns for a baby blanket, bouquet of woolly flowers or a cute bulldog puppy. Bring your home up to date by making an on-trend footstool, plant pot or neon rug. Or wear your makes with pride - whether you go for a classic pair of socks, or a more daring pompom headband or loopy poncho.

Mollie Makes Papercraft by Mollie Makes

Title Mollie Makes Papercraft
Author Mollie Makes
Publisher Pavilion
Release 2015-06-25
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 300
ISBN 1910496987
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Paper is a great material - it is readily available, inexpensive and very adaptable. In comes in hundreds of types, weights, colours and textures. Many of the projects in this book only need simple measuring and cutting skills. And if you make a mistake you can just scrunch it up and start again! The team behind Mollie Makes magazine have brought together all their favourite papercrafters in a range of impressive disciplines from papercutting to papier maché. They share their tips, stories and beautiful projects, inspiring us all to pick up an old book, a newspaper or a vintage map and get creative. Learn how to make stylish cards to impress friends and family, create unique folk-inspired papercut artworks, fold origami lily fairy lights, and decorate your home with an impressive handmade lampshade, a delicate paperbird and a mini party pinata. With simple projects requiring only the basic kit of paper, glue gun and craft knife, as well as more complicated ideas using decoupage, quilling, pop-ups and papier maché, there is plenty to keep you busy. In fact, you could say we've got papercraft all wrapped up!

Freehand Machine Embroidery by Poppy Treffry

Title Freehand Machine Embroidery
Author Poppy Treffry
Publisher David and Charles
Release 2016-11-01
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 128
ISBN 1446375749
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Break the rules with a sewing style that's all about irresistibly rough edges, uneven stitching and mismatched fabric! Step into the studio of popular textile designer Poppy Treffry, as she demonstrates how to create quirky, fun and memorable sewing projects using freehand machine embroidery, in this follow up to her first book Free and Easy Stitch Style. Learn to draw and doodle with your sewing machine, using scraps of new, used and vintage fabrics for one-of-a-kind creations. This book will make you look at your sewing machine in a whole new light - not just as a maker of curtains and tablecloths, but as an artist's tool. As you work your way through the steps and become more confident with the techniques, you'll be able to make your sewing machine do things you never thought it could! Poppy guides you through the basics, from getting to grips with your sewing machine and setting the right tension to choosing fabrics and hooping up ready to stitch. She then demonstrates how the core techniques, including outlining, shading and applique, are used to create pictures with charm. She shows how layering fabric pieces and leaving edges to fray add to the unique and personal effect. Once you have mastered the techniques, 16 projects allow you to put your new skills to use to make practical and desirable sewn objects. Make your own embroidered craft kit in the Getting Crafty chapter, with needlecase, pincushion, sewing kit and knitting bag designs. Create beautiful gifts for little ones in the New Arrivals chapter, with a tooth fairy pillow pouch, baby bib, nursery wall hanging and quilted baby blanket. Set the stage for a celebration in the Party Time chapter, with nautical bunting, place name tags, a party bag and a stunning tablecloth design. Finally, have a great getaway with the Happy Holidays chapter, with designs for a sunglasses case, bookmark, wash bag and beach backpack. With style and substance, these charming project ideas are sure to excite and inspire you. Step-by-step instructions, helpful illustrations and photographs combine with a fresh design to offer you a new twist in needlecrafting.

Colourful Fun Embroidery by Clare Albans

Title Colourful Fun Embroidery
Author Clare Albans
Publisher White Owl
Release 2020-08-30
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 128
ISBN 1526753863
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Be creative, de-stress and brighten up your world with these twenty-four embroidery projects for crafters of all skill levels. With projects ranging from things you could complete in an afternoon to others that you can take your time over, enjoy every step of the making process as you focus on feeling good through being creative. The finished makes will bring colour and joy to your home, workspace and wardrobe. The projects in this book allow you to craft your creative time by selecting makes according to timescale. Choose one of the “crafternoon makes” if you want that sense of joy at finishing something, a “medium makes” project for the days where you have a little more time for crafting, or for something to really take your time over you could stitch one of the longer “pick me up” projects. Each project includes step-by-step instructions, beautiful photos and inspirational ideas for how to make each project your own. So take time to be creative with this colourful, feel-good craft book! Praise for Colourful Fun Embroidery “With clear, precise instructions, Celia's book on creative embroidery is just what is needed!” —Books Monthly (UK) “Fulfilling a tall order for embroidery that generates glee, UK crafter-author Albans tries her hardest to infuse some lightness of embroidery into daily life with bright colors, perky sayings, and displayable projects. Her two dozen projects range from brooches and necklaces to banners and patchwork, each indicating the time needed to finish. Every design supports a beginning needleworker. . . . And though some projects have a very British feel (such as buntings to top a cake), many will appeal to U.S. tastes. A stitch in time might provoke some smiles. Other appendixes include embroidery materials, embroidery stitch guide, template information, and craft suppliers (primarily in the UK).” —Booklist/DESC> crafts;hobbies;needlework;embroidery projects;sewing;sewing projects;needlework projects;fashion;clothing;fashion accessories;home décor;home decorations;home accessories;embroidery samplers;embroidery hoops;stress relief CRA008000 CRAFTS & HOBBIES / Needlework / Embroidery CRA035000 CRAFTS & HOBBIES / Sewing CRA009000 CRAFTS & HOBBIES / Fashion 9781473865501 The Rise and Fall of Imperial Japan Stephen Wynn

Title Everyday Embroidery for Modern Stitchers
Author Megan Eckman
Publisher C&T Publishing Inc
Release 2020-10-25
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 128
ISBN 161745933X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Enjoy these 15 fun embroidery projects you can finish in a day or a weekend, with 50 designs to choose from. Stitch something awesome today! From the creative mind of Megan Eckman come 15 edgy and fun embroidered projects to sew. Just choose your designs, iron them on, and stitch along the lines. Mix and match 50 on-trend designs like crystals and succulents to decorate accessories and home decor—even personalizing the things you already wear and love like denim jackets and canvas shoes. Download the simple embroidery pattern outlines to print as many times as you want. Just dipping your toes into embroidery? With handy stitch guides and practical advice, even beginners will be able to start a project today and finish by the weekend! Get started with embroidery! Sew 15 fun projects that are approachable, practical, and awesome Go retro, mystical, or botanical with 50 themed embroidery ideas to download and print Mix and match motifs to choose your own adventure—even embroider your own apparel

Title Punch Needle Embroidery for Beginners
Author Lucy Davidson
Publisher Search Press Limited
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Total Pages
ISBN 1781268339
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title 10 Things to do with Embroidery Hoops
Author Kirsty Neale
Publisher David and Charles
Release 2013-06-30
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 128
ISBN 1446360245
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

From the introduction: Framing a piece of embroidery or an appliqued picture used to be a tricky and often prohibitively expensive business. The concept of framing an unumbellished piece of fabirc just because you liked the pattern was pretty much out of the question. I'm not sure when I first noticed people sharing pictures of embroidery displayed in the same hoop used to stitch it, but right from the start it seemed like the smartest of solutions.