The Cross Stitch Guild Design and Pattern Book : With Over 50 Projects from the CSG Archive
Ebook on CD in PDF format, readable on PC or Mac using Adobe Reader. Over 50 designs by Jane Greenoff and Sue Hawkins from the Cross Stitch Guild Members' magazine 2001-2006. There is a variety of pure cross stitch, pulled and drawn thread embroidery, and Hardanger, so there is something for all counted stitch fans. Designs include cross stitch on linen and Aida, counting onto canvas, Christmas projects, samplers, cushions, cards and much more. The charts are shown usually in black and white, so they are clear to use, and easy to print out on a home printer.
- Digital | 181 pages
- 136 x 193 x 8mm | 80g
- 01 Sep 2010
- Vivebooks/Rainbow Disks Ltd
- Rainbow Disks Ltd
- Exeter, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Introduction, Roses and White Violets, Victorian Posy Cards, Strawberry House Sampler, Hardanger Hearts, Tudor Knot Garden, Great Oaks Sampler, Hardanger Candle, Try it in Miniature, Quartet of Victorian Flowers, Scissor Keepers Galore, Carnation Sampler, Boxer and Prancing Deer Spot Motif Sampler, Celebration Sampler, Pulled Thread Swan, Sparkly Fairy, Pansy and Strawberry, Hardanger Cushions, Phlox Needlebook and Scissor Keeper, Four Seasons, Borders Sampler, Fat Father Christmas and Sparkly Cube, Floral Initials, Spring Hardanger, Pastel Alphabets, Hemstitch Made Easy, Inspired by Peru, Beautiful Bookmarks, Peacocks and Lilies, Little Darned Flower, Squares Sampler, Pink Punk Fairy and Cube, Nativity Window & Sparkly Church Christmas Card, The Authors, Stitch Library
About Jane Greenoff
JANE GREENOFF, author of 20 books (The Cross Stitcher's Bible has been published in 10 languages), founded the Cross Stitch Guild in March 1996, for cross stitch and counted thread addicts. Four years later, in 2000, the Cross Stitch Guild published its first book Cross Stitching on Linen: Favourite Flowers and launched its website. SUE HAWKINS has written 7 books, the most recent being Heavenly Handmade Bags (2006). Her kit company Needleworks offers designs in canvaswork, cross stitch and crewel embroidery. She teaches embroidery workshops at many venues around the UK. Sue Hawkins was Technical Director for the Cross Stitch Guild 1996-2008.