THE STITCHERY BOOK: Embroidery for Beginners by

THE STITCHERY BOOK: Embroidery for Beginners

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The appealing presentation of the subject that this book offers should needle even reluctant beginners into some experimentation with embroidery. Instead of the classic tedious samplers, the projects included here can be done quickly and comfortably and will have some utility once they are finished. The stitches themselves are clearly diagrammed and the explanations are reasonable. The text is geared toward originality with materials and design, which will make it of particular interest for use with large group craft projets.

Pub Date: Sept. 17th, 1965
Publisher: Doubleday