NEW METHODS IN NEEDLEPOINT by Hope Hanley

NEW METHODS IN NEEDLEPOINT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A companion volume to Needlepoint, this concentrates on items which are easy (children can make them), inexpensive (they do not need professional mounting) and usable (eyeglass cases, belts, pillows). Not only for individual relaxation, this is light work which can keep many hands busy, whether in occupational therapy, or group work with youngsters, and there are 44 photographs and 80 diagrams to expand the explicit instruction.

Pub Date: Sept. 12th, 1966
Publisher: Scribners