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Drawn to Stitch: Line, Drawing, and Mark-making in Textile Art

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Synopsis:

Line is an essential component of all textile and surface art. When used effectively, line and mark-making convey texture, tone, form, movement, and mood. With Drawn to Stitch by your side, learn creative uses of line in embroidery and textile art.

Artist and teacher Gwen Hedley shares a series of exercises designed to explore lines potential as well as develop your creativity. Drawn to Stitch also covers line and mark-making tools, materials, and processes, including printing and mixed-media techniques. Gwen explores stitch, explaining how to interpret different line qualities from crisp and sharp to soft and diffused and from raised and overlaid to recessed and inlaid.

Full of inspiring ideas, Drawn to Stitch is illustrated with stunning examples of stitched-textile work from leading artists.

About the Author

Gwen Hedley is an author, teacher, and embroiderer who exhibits widely. She is a member of the Society of Designer-Craftsmen and the Practical Study Group. She is the author of the best-selling book Surfaces for Stitch. Gwen lives in Chalfont St. Peter, Buckinghamshire.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER 1:

WORKING WITH THIS BOOK

Looking for line

Looking for color

Looking for texture

CHAPTER 2:

BACKGROUNDS, MATERIALS AND TOOLS

Backgrounds

Altering grounds

Coloring grounds

Drawing tools

Supplementary art materials

CHAPTER 3:

LINE-DRAWINGAND MARK-MAKING PROCESSES

Monoprinting

Printing

Lifting color

Removing color

Resisting color

Exploratory marks

CHAPTER 4:

TEXTILE PROCESSES

Stitch as mark

Line/design transfer

Needle-felted lines and marks

Fibrous grounds for stitch

CHAPTER 5:

INTERPRETING LINE QUALITY: DRAWING AND STITCHING

Crisp and sharp

Soft and diffused

Interrupted and implied

Raised and overlaid

Recessed and inlaid

CHAPTER 6:

USING LINE

Line for texture and tone

Line for form and dimension

Line for mood

TO CONCLUDE

Product Details

ISBN:
9781596682337
Author:
Hedley, Gwen
Publisher:
Interweave Press
Subject:
Sewing
Subject:
Crafts-Textiles
Subject:
Crafts-General
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Publication Date:
20101031
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Color photos throughout
Pages:
144
Dimensions:
8.5 x 10.88 in

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Line is an essential component of all textile and surface art. When used effectively, line and mark-making convey texture, tone, form, movement, and mood. With Drawn to Stitch by your side, learn creative uses of line in embroidery and textile art.

Artist and teacher Gwen Hedley shares a series of exercises designed to explore lines potential as well as develop your creativity. Drawn to Stitch also covers line and mark-making tools, materials, and processes, including printing and mixed-media techniques. Gwen explores stitch, explaining how to interpret different line qualities from crisp and sharp to soft and diffused and from raised and overlaid to recessed and inlaid.

Full of inspiring ideas, Drawn to Stitch is illustrated with stunning examples of stitched-textile work from leading artists.

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