Creative Embellishing

Creative Embellishing

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Lend a new lease of life to well-loved garments and home furnishings with just a few simple embellishment techniques. From beads and cords to ribbon and lace, the book provides easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions for every application and technique. Once you're comfortable with the process, find an array of fabulous projects for fashion, accessories and the home - most of which can be completed over a weekend. From an elegant applique dress and a pachwork carryall to yo-yo blouse and flower-adorned cardigan, each project employs a variety of easy techniques to keep the crafter constantly challenged. Each design is accompanied by clear, concise instructions and a full-colour photograph to make the embellishment process a breeze. Whether you care to adorn a simple blouse or jazz up your favourite pair of jeans, Creative Embellishing provides you with all the inspiration you need to transform designs from ordinary to more

Product details

  • Hardback | 176 pages
  • 218 x 220 x 24mm | 762.03g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 150 colour photographs and illustrations
  • 1843404613
  • 9781843404613
  • 1,038,718

Review quote

"From beads to cords, and ribbons to lace, you'll find this book is perfect for applying those extra special details. With this step-by-step guide you can transform your clothing and home furnishings quickly and easily into sparkling masterpieces. The ideas will have you eagerly pulling out old t-shirts, pillow covers, and tea towels to decorate and update." Quick & Crafty magazineshow more

About Kayte Terry

Kayte Terry has loved making things all her life and is just as dedicated to her love of craft and design at work. She spent five years working as the Visual Manager of Anthropologie in New York, where she coordinated the visual direction of the store and was responsible for merchandising and display. Currently, Kayte is a freelance stylist, crafter and merchandiser with a client roster Adorn magazine, Cutting Edge magazine and Brooks Brother. She is a founding member of the Department of Craft, a New York-based organisation dedicated to independent design and art. For more information about Kayte and her projects, visit her website at Kayte lives in the more

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