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Lovely Little Embroideries

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Frolic through fields of flowers as you take your embroidery skills to the next level! Lovely Little Embroideries is an inspirational guide to creating 19 stunning, small, and easy embroidery hoops, accessories, ornaments, and more, all featuring every stitcher's favorite subject -- flower bouquets! Opening with overviews on basic supplies, transfer methods, and how to finish the back of a hoop, also included is an illustrated stitch guide for both basic stitches to more advanced ones. With step-by-step instructions and photography for stitching floral embroidery hoops, pendant necklaces, holiday ornaments, lavender sachets, and more, this must-have craft book offers fresh and modern embroidery patterns to fine-tune your skills that every passionate stitcher will love! Embroidery artist Beth Stackhouse is the owner of Forest Chorus Studio where she offers embroidery pattern tutorials, fiber art, and embroidered jewelry. Her work has been featured on, MAKERS Magazine, KOEL Magazine, Feeling Stitchy, and other well-known publications within the needlework and crafting industry.


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Pages 128
Publish Date 2022-04-26
Size 8.0" x 8.0" x 0.33"
Author Beth Stackhouse


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Publishers Weekly
...those looking to get started with the craft, Stackhouse's experience and advice will be just the ticket.
Sew News
An inspirational guide.
Sarah Godfrey, author of Organza Hoop Art: Embroidery Techniques and Projects for Sheer Stitching
So many of us are drawn to flower embroidery - and for good reason, because there is so much colour and texture to explore with thread! Beth Stackhouse breathes new life into the subject with 22 gorgeous projects with plenty of variety and clear instructions that make stitching fun and easy!
Stackhouse, the owner of the embroidery studio Forest Chorus, debuts with a beautiful guide to embroidering ... for those looking to get started with the craft, Stackhouse's experience and advice will be just the ticket.


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