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Embellish, Stitch, Felt: Using the Embellisher Machine and Needle-Punch Techniques

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Take everyday clothing, shoes, and hats to a new level with hand-applied or machine-worked fabric and fiber embellishments. Recycle fabrics into items of unique and extraordinary beauty using hand-held needlepoint; use an embellisher machine to build up layers of color in the fabric; and learn to create all new accessories to wear and enjoy. Projects include a glazed chintz bag, richly colored patchwork pillows, and many others. There's instruction on coloring and dyeing fabrics, creating and using texture, working in three dimensions, and even creating your own cloth. - Provides a wealth of techniques for using an embellisher machine and for creating designs by hand - Features projects and techniques for beginners, intermediates, and advanced crafters - Full-color photographs show various stages of the project workflow

Synopsis:

Take everyday clothing, shoes, and hats to a new level with Sheila Smith's fabulous, mess-free felting techniques. Smith opens up a range of felt ideas for textile artists, from recycling fabrics using hand-held needlepoint to building up layers of color with an embellisher machine. The projects include a “glazed chintz” bag, colorful patchwork pillows, and much more. There's instruction on coloring and dyeing fabrics, creating and using texture, working in three dimensions, and even creating your own cloth.

Synopsis:

Take everyday clothing, shoes, and hats to a new level with hand-applied or machine-worked fabric and fiber embellishments. Recycle fabrics into items of unique and extraordinary beauty using hand-held needlepoint; use an embellisher machine to build up layers of color in the fabric; and learn to create all new accessories to wear and enjoy. Projects include a “glazed chintz” bag, richly colored patchwork pillows, and many others. Theres instruction on coloring and dyeing fabrics, creating and using texture, working in three dimensions, and even creating your own cloth.

 

 

 

About the Author

Sheila Smith is a longtime feltmaker who teaches the fabric arts worldwide. She's the former chair of the International Feltmakers' Association, and writes for several textile and embroidery magazines, including World of Embroidery, Beautiful Stitches, Sewing World, and Workbox. Smith is the author of the bestselling Felt to Stitch (Batsford). She lives in Thirsk, North Yorkshire.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781906388058
Subtitle:
Using the Embellisher Machine and Needle-Punch Techniques
Publisher:
Batsford
Author:
Smith, Sheila
Subject:
Embroidery
Subject:
Needlework - Embroidery
Subject:
BG-FICTION OVER $5 - BG-LITERARY $5+
Subject:
Crafts-Needlework
Subject:
BG-COOKBKS - BG - COOKBOOKS
Edition Description:
Trade Cloth
Publication Date:
20140506
Binding:
Hardback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
all in color
Pages:
128
Dimensions:
10.88 x 8.5 in

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Take everyday clothing, shoes, and hats to a new level with Sheila Smith's fabulous, mess-free felting techniques. Smith opens up a range of felt ideas for textile artists, from recycling fabrics using hand-held needlepoint to building up layers of color with an embellisher machine. The projects include a “glazed chintz” bag, colorful patchwork pillows, and much more. There's instruction on coloring and dyeing fabrics, creating and using texture, working in three dimensions, and even creating your own cloth.
"Synopsis" by ,

Take everyday clothing, shoes, and hats to a new level with hand-applied or machine-worked fabric and fiber embellishments. Recycle fabrics into items of unique and extraordinary beauty using hand-held needlepoint; use an embellisher machine to build up layers of color in the fabric; and learn to create all new accessories to wear and enjoy. Projects include a “glazed chintz” bag, richly colored patchwork pillows, and many others. Theres instruction on coloring and dyeing fabrics, creating and using texture, working in three dimensions, and even creating your own cloth.

 

 

 

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