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Recycling is one of the hottest new trends in embroidery, and this is the first book on the subject. Covering the techniques of both hand and machine embroidery, itand#8217;s packed with ideas for using different types of salvaged materialand#151;from fabric, paper, dried flowers, and tree bark, to metal waste, plastic, broken jewelry, and

personal souvenirs. Along with the practical instruction, thereand#8217;s inspiring advice on how recycling can be used to give special creative meaning to a piece of embroidery. The exciting possibilities are illustrated throughout with stunning color photographs of work by some of todayand#8217;s leading embroiderers.

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Recycling is a hotand#160;trend in embroidery, and this is the best book available on the subject. Covering both hand and machine stitching, it reconsiders embroidery by utilizingand#160;salvaged materialand#151;from fabric, paper, dried flowers, and tree bark, to metal waste, plastic, broken jewelry, and personal souvenirs. Along with the practical instruction, thereand#8217;sand#160;advice on how recycled itemsand#160;canand#160;add personal meaningand#160;to a piece of embroidery. Projects range fromand#160;a cushion to a concertina book, and present innovative ways to use the latest miracle materials like Aquabond and fusible synthetic fibers.

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ISBN:
9780713489866
Author:
Holmes, Val
Publisher:
B.T. Batsford
Subject:
Embroidery
Subject:
Recycling (waste, etc.)
Subject:
Needlework - Embroidery
Subject:
Crafts-Needlework
Subject:
BIOGRAPHY - HISTORY BIOG TRD PB
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade Cloth
Publication Date:
20061031
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
all in color
Pages:
128
Dimensions:
10.88 x 8.5 in

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Recycling is a hotand#160;trend in embroidery, and this is the best book available on the subject. Covering both hand and machine stitching, it reconsiders embroidery by utilizingand#160;salvaged materialand#151;from fabric, paper, dried flowers, and tree bark, to metal waste, plastic, broken jewelry, and personal souvenirs. Along with the practical instruction, thereand#8217;sand#160;advice on how recycled itemsand#160;canand#160;add personal meaningand#160;to a piece of embroidery. Projects range fromand#160;a cushion to a concertina book, and present innovative ways to use the latest miracle materials like Aquabond and fusible synthetic fibers.
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