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NEW COLORS NOW AVAILABLE IN SILK WRAPPED PURL!!!
Copper purl wrapped with flat silk, Soie Ovale color #4924. A good couching thread is Soie 100/3 color #391. 1 yard piece
by Laura Euler
I love the many styles of embroidery that fall under the banner of the Arts and Crafts Movement! The time period was between 1860 and 1910, and it encompasses distinct styles in different countries. The Glasgow Style of design is my favorite. This is a beautiful book with lots of color photos of embroideries and great explanations of the various designers - William Morris, Arthur Lasenby Liberty, Jessie Newberry, Ann MacBeth, Candace Wheeler - to name a few. Fascinating reading and a great resource for collectors. Hardcover, 176 pages.
NEW COLORS NOW AVAILABLE!!
To give an idea of the shade, the coordinating Soie Ovale silk color number is given for each in the drop down menu.
Silk gimp is made by wrapping a silk core with another silk thread resulting in a very fine cord. Used in the 17th century in raised embroidery (Stumpwork) to add a dimensional effect to trees, leaves, animals' fur/manes, clothing, etc. It is thin enough to be used in a needle to make French Knots or it can be couched with matching fine silk thread. Soie 100/3 is ideal for couching the gimp. 10 meter spools.
by Roderick Taylor
The whole range of embroidered textiles from the most common trousers and handkerchiefs to the costliest robes and decorated tents. Beautiful! 140 color plates. Hard, 224pp, 9 x 12 ISBN 1566561345
Made by Bohin in Nogent, France. The blades are heavier than what you normally see in an embroidery scissor and the entire scissor is coated in a red epoxy finish. You won't be losing these in your workbasket! Scissors making in Nogent, France has a long history of quality. These fine scissors are 4 1/2" long.
by Yusai Fukuyama
Basic techniques for thread, bead, and net embroidery; discussions on materials, Tools, etc. Patterns with both traditional and contemporary themes. 99 b/w photos, 194 diagrams.Paper, 120pp, 6 3/4 x 9 1/2
The postage to ship this book internationally,as of 03/26/15, is as follows:
Canada - $10.95;
Australia/New Zealand - $16.75;
United Kingdom - $16.75;
Western Europe - $16.75;
Japan - $16.75
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