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A Fine Tradition 2
  • Publisher: Inspirations Studios
  • Edition: BC Paperback + four lift-out pattern sheets
  • Publication: 30 April 2023
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9780648767091
  • Stock: 50+
  • Size: 240x280 mm
  • Illustrations: 0
  • Pages: 144
  • RRP: £29.99
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A Fine Tradition 2


More embroidery by Margaret Light by Margaret Light (Author)

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Book Description

Twelve fabulous projects reflect Margaret’s passion for travel and the decorative arts. She masterfully distils her experiences and research into exquisite designs that enchant with captivating combinations of colour and stitch, utilising wool and silk threads on linen and cotton fabrics.

Embroider stunning decorative panels and tiles, perfect for framing or soft furnishings, needlework accessories, and a bag and jewellery roll utilising a unique felt-inlay technique from 19th century Iranian textiles.

Detailed instructions are provided for every step from stitching to construction, including a comprehensive library of diagrams and step-by-step photographs for more than seventy stitches.

About the Author

About Margaret Light

Margaret lives in Sydney and teaches surface stitchery throughout Australia and New Zealand. Her practical projects reflect her interest in the history and evolution of surface embroidery, especially crewelwork, and feature the traditional shapes, colours and stitches of the relevant period.

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A Fine Tradition

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