Synopses & Reviews
Based on material from the author's previous books, this beautifully presented spiral-bound handbook brings together all the techniques needed to create silk ribbon embroideries. Using just three basic stitches and gathering techniques, embroiderers of all skill levels learn how to stitch more than 35 different flowers, including roses, geraniums, irises, pansies, and sweet peas. For those ready for more extensive projects, more than 15 detailed designs provide templates and full instructions for larger and more intricate pieces. In addition to stitching, the book also teaches how to paint and stencil backgrounds, paint the ribbons themselves, and mount and frame finished pieces.
"Learn how to work more than 35 flowers with foliage, how to paint a background, how to get the best out of your materials and how to display your work." Classic Stitches
"This useful handbook provides all the techniques and contains everything we need to know to create beautiful silk ribbon embroideries." Machine Knitting Monthly
A handbook containing everything you need to know about embroidering with silk ribbons.
About the Author
Ann Cox is a silk ribbon embroidery designer who runs her own company selling silk ribbons and kits. She is the author of "The Beginner's Guide to Silk Ribbon Embroidery," "Silk Ribbon Embroidery: Designs & Techniques," and "Silk Ribbon Greeting Cards."