A-Z of Bead Embroidery - Country Bumpkin
This comprehensive guide to bead embroidery has over 440 step-by-step photographs showing all the techniques required, including tambour beading, beadpoint, padded beading, how to handle sequins and bugle beads and more.
A-Z of Crewel Embroidery - Country Bumpkin
This book introduces you to the tradition that is crewel embroidery and its transformation into an art form that is still popular today. The book is a perfect introduction for beginners and a 'must have' for more experienced embroiderers.
A-Z of Embroidered Flowers
A beautiful guidebook to embroidered flowers for enthusiasts of this traditional and much-loved needlecraft. A delightful guide to recreating an alphabet of blooms, from Alyssum to Zinnia, through the intricate medium of embroidery.
A-Z of Needlepoint - Country Bumpkin
The book encompasses 65 stitches, including the most popular and commonly known, cross stitch and tent stitch, with easy to follow instructions and over 1200 step-by-step photographs.
A-Z of Ribbon Embroidery - Country Bumpkin
The appeal of ribbon embroidery is timeless and thousands of embroiderers have been captivated by its ease of use and fabulous results. Here you will find every stitch and technique fully explained with step by step photographs and clear instructions.
A-Z of Stumpwork - Country Bumpkin
400 clear step by step photographs and 20 beautiful designs. With its beginnings in seventeenth century England, stumpwork is today making a revival. Come join us for an exciting journey into the world of raised embroidery.
A-Z of Thread Painting - Country Bumpkin
This comprehensive guide shows all the stitches and techniques needed for thread painting, with fully annotated step by step photographs an detailed instructions.
A-Z of Whitework - Country Bumpkin
The ultimate resource for beginning and experienced needlecrafters who want to discover the timeless appeal of whitework in its many forms.
Apples to Zinnias
Instructions for stitches, leaves, flowers and everything you see in the embroidery.
Complete Book of Stumpwork Embroidery
Virtual cornucopia of nature-based designs--flowers, fruits, birds, animals, and insects--arranged in delightfully realistic patterns and interspersed with charming quotations. Elegant, useful, and inspiring, her book is a must-have for all dedicated embroiderers.
Encyclopedia of Beading Techniques
These practical projects show how you can add detail, texture, colour and originality to garments and accessories by incorporating beads into your knitting, crochet and needlework. Learn traditional and contemporary techniques.
Encyclopedia of Embroidery Techniques
The book includes 240 stitches, ranging from cross stitch to assisi and from machine embroidery to quilting, each one illustrated in full colour and accompanied by explanatory artwork.
My Lady Flowers
A collection of more than 80 Dimensional Embroidery floral designs and more than 100 stitch technique.
RNS - Applique
Featuring a rich selection of inspiring appliqu� pieces, this is primarily a practical, instructional guide that offers a complete grounding in all essential appliqu� techniques: it contains a comprehensive stitch guide and leads the reader through each technique using clear step-by-step photography and easy-to-follow expert guidance.
RSN - Bead Embroidery
Shelley Cox presents an expert guide to all aspects of bead embroidery, including information on counted thread beadwork, bead embroidery, beaded surface embroidery, and fringing. Here you will find stitches and technique for every sort of needlework that involves beads. Decorative effects are explored too, making this a fantastic source book and an invaluable reference for beadwork.
RSN - Blackwork
In this guide to blackwork, Graduate Apprentice and tutor, Becky Hogg, shows how to develop many different patterns from the basic blackwork stitches, using detailed instructions and beautiful examples of traditional and contemporary embroideries.
RSN - Canvaswork
Rachel Doyle presents an expert guide to canvaswork, and includes complete information on the major stitches while offering stunning new design ideas. Here you will find diagonal stitches, horizontal and vertical stitches, raised, textured and filling stitches.
RSN - Crewelwork
In this invaluable stitch guide, Jacqui McDonald, Graduate Apprentice and tutor at the Royal School of Needlework shows you detailed instructions on how to work basic and more complex stitches.
RSN - Goldwork
This much-needed book features all you need to create beautiful stitched work. Helen McCook includes the major stitches, with expert advice on padding, couching, using colour and mixing techniques. While covering the traditions of goldwork, she develops techniques offering innovative design, new ideas and inspiration.
RSN - Silk Shading
Sarah Homfray demonstrates the Royal School of Needlework's approach to the ancient craft of Silk Shading. Learn everything you need about the techniques needed, history of the craft and be inspired by work of the highest standards.
RSN - Stumpwork
In Stumpwork, Kate Sinton brings together all of the major techniques and stitches associated with stumpwork embroidery to produce a stunning book that reflects both her expertise as an embroiderer and her artistic talent.
RSN - Whitework
Traditionally white stitches on white fabric, and encompassing a range of techniques, whitework is both beautiful and elegant. Lizzie Lansberry provides a wonderful introduction combining the traditions with new ideas and contemporary design. She covers raised effects, pulled thread and decorative stitches, drawn thread and cutwork.
Shakespeare's Flowers in Stumpwork
It showcases 14 assorted flowers and fruits popular at the time, from the Apothecary rose, borage, heartsease, and periwinkle to redcurrants, barberries, plums, and strawberries.
Stumpwork & Goldwork Embroidery
The projects-such as the Persian Peony Tile and the Turkish Tulip Tile-combine jewel-like colors, rich metallic threads, and glittering beads.
Stumpwork Butterflies & Moths
Stumpwork Butterflies & Moths is the third in a series of stitched insect collections. There's everything from surface embroidery in lustrous silks for the Indian Moon Moth to stitched clear plastic for the Glasswing Butterfly.
Nicholas...indulges her love of nature in this book devoted to needlework dragonflies formed from a variety of threads, beads, and delicate fabrics�