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Embroidery for all Seasons
  • Publisher: Sally Milner Publishing
  • Edition: BB Hardback
  • Publication: 01 July 2006
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781863513531
  • Stock: Temporarily Out of Stock
  • Size: 828x260 mm
  • Illustrations: 192
  • Pages: 192
  • RRP: £24.99
  • Series: Milner Craft Series

Embroidery for all Seasons


by Diana Lampe (Author)

Book Description

Exquisite embroidered garden flower designs showing the four seasons, all brought vividly to life with stitches and colours that truly reflect the flowers being worked. Includes complete flower samplers and a lovely selection of projects showing the embroidered flowers used in a variety of combinations and styles. This is a beautiful book combining the very popular first two books from Diana Lampe, Embroidered Garden Flowers and More Embroidered Garden Flowers, and includes the new "Kardinal Rose Garden".

Table of Contents

The four seasons of Diana's garden embroideries in one book for the first time
Extra projects to go with each season
A comprehensive flower glossary covering every flower shown in the garden embroideries
Stitch glossary, which includes instructions for left-handed stitchers

About the Author

About Diana Lampe

Diana Lampe is well known throughout the world for her wonderful garden flower embroideries, and is the author of four popular books on this subject.



Nov 07

If you enjoy freestyle embroidery you will know that floral and garden-inspired pieces are a great favorite. Here is a book that combines two older titles (plus some new material) and contains patterns for four seasons of a garden, plus a special rose garden not featured in the earlier books.

And garlands too, samplers, a cottage garden and initials as well as ideas for gifts to make embroidered with these lovely floral images. I particularly liked the way that each flower was shown in a line drawing, together with instructions on working, threads used and the stitches needed. There are instructions too for the stitches, shown in right and left handed versions and although this is not ostensibly a book for the beginner embroiderer, it shows how few stitches are needed to accomplish so much. Beginners can learn the stitches and attempt some of the single flowers, while more experienced embroiderers can make up the lovely patterns or combine the flowers for their own pieces (what I have done). The more you look at this book, the more there seems to be in it.

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