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Traditional Silk and Metal Thread Techniques on Canvas ePub download

by Jane D Zimmerman

  • Author: Jane D Zimmerman
  • ISBN: 0964621908
  • ISBN13: 978-0964621909
  • ePub: 1920 kb | FB2: 1746 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: J.D. Zimmerman (1995)
  • Rating: 4.5/5
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Traditional Silk and Metal Thread Techniques on Canvas ePub download

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By Jane D. Zimmerman, August 2008. Some of the following material was also used in the Chapter on "The Traditional ong Techniqueong of Or Nue". technique was never used on a fabric of openweave but use of a counted ground, such as canvas, is possible with certain. The weight of the silk floss in relation to the weight of the metal thread is critical. Some areas of the. design will have solidly-couched areas while others may have spaced stitches that form a background. All rights to this intellectual property is reserved.

Publisher:Zimmerman, Jane D. Length:206 Pages.

ISBN13:9780964621909. Release Date:April 1995. Publisher:Zimmerman, Jane D. 55 lbs. Related Subjects. Crafts Crafts & Hobbies Crafts & Hobbies.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. With more than 200 beautiful color photos, and arranged in a handy A-to-Z format, this fully revised and updated classic on metal thread work is essential for any embroiderer. There’s a wealth of information

marcoandresdz says: It depends on your exact interests and whether you are more interested in coloring with fibres or creating texture by using different stitches. I see that you are interested in stitches. For me, I am content with 2 stitches - tent/continental and cross stitch. I favor animals in rich color schemes with relatively fine detail.

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Silk and Metal threads. What others are saying. Enchanting Embroidery For grasses use long loose overlapping stitches: lazy daisy couched straight stitch elongated buttonhole stitch coral stitch colonial knots fly stitch seedpods and bull stitches for seed or grain heads. ribbon embroidery ideas ♒ Enchanting Embroidery ♒ embroidered grasses - Color goes a long way when it comes to fashion design. This article describes the effect of color on your mood to help you use color for your benefit. charming embroidery ♒ embroidered grasses Source by jimmielnorman. broderie au ruban de soie (F) silk.

This book is a valuable reference tool as well as being good to read. TRADITIONAL SILK & METAL THREAD TECHNIQUES on CANVAS - Jane D. Zimmerman.

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