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Bead & Sequin Embroidery Stitches by Stanley…
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Bead & Sequin Embroidery Stitches

by Stanley Levy

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This comprehensive guide will appeal to the home and professional dressmaker, as well as anyone interested in creative embroidery. Illustrated in full colour throughout with helpful diagrams and sumptuous photographs, the book progresses from the fundamentals - such as right and wrong sides of sequins and basic stitches and their applications - to more advanced techniques such as making fringes, tassels and motifs. To develop creative expression using these skills, there is extensive guidance on designing, making and transferring patterns to fabric. A gallery of the author's and his students' own work provides an inspiring reference.… (more)

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