One Simple Stitch

One Simple Stitch

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In ONE SIMPLE STITCH Helen Stevens begins a crusade to prove that if you can bring your needle up through your fabric, and take it back through to the reverse, you can embroider ...and you can work all the projects in this book. And you don't even need lengthy step-by-step instructions. All the information you need is encompassed by a template, a colour chart and a unique 'directional diagram'. Armed with these three weapons, and one simple stitch, you will slay the dragon which has held you back from working true embroidery. And with no counted thread techniques, there's no counting either. So sit back,enjoy the text and the videos and prepare to become a confident embroiderer. All with ONE SIMPLE STITCH. This ebook includes videos of Helen demonstrating the stitches and more

Product details

  • Digital | 80 pages
  • 122 x 186 x 8mm | 81.65g
  • Vivebooks/Rainbow Disks Ltd
  • Rainbow Disks Ltd
  • Exeter, United Kingdom
  • colour
  • 1906314217
  • 9781906314217
  • 178,569

Table of contents

Preface; Introduction: Preparing to Stitch; Using the Colour Charts; Understanding the Directional Diagrams; Basic Techniques Videos; Project 1: Poinsettia; Project 2: Purple Emperor and Clematis; Project 3: Robin and Sweet Peas; Project 4: Fieldmouse; Project 5: Damselfly and Iris; Project 6: Blackberries and Traveller's Joy; Conclusionshow more

About Helen M. Stevens

Helen M Stevens is the bestselling author of 12 previous books, including The Embroiderer's Countryside (David & Charles). She is well-known internationally for her beautiful depictions of flowers and wildlife, which she was taught to love by her father, a 'true countryman'. Helen has exhibited widely, both in one woman exhibitions at a variety of venues and with the Society of Women Artists, initially at the Westminster Gallery and more recently the Mall Galleries in London. Other early venues included the Harrods Art Gallery, the Stanley Gibbons Gallery in the Strand,The Mary Rose exhibition, The British Museum 'Making of England', the Palace of Westminster and Olympic Park in Sydney, more