New designs in raised embroidery by Barbara Hirst

Cover of: New designs in raised embroidery | Barbara Hirst

Published by Merehurst in London .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Stump work.

Edition Notes

Includes index.

Book details

StatementBarbara and Roy Hirst.
ContributionsHirst, Roy.
The Physical Object
Pagination80p. :
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22488330M
ISBN 101853915785

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This is THE most wonderful guide to raised embroidery. Not only does this book have beautiful photos to "wow" over, the instructions are precise and the photos of the step-by-step stitches are easy to follow. I have done much research on stumpwork, and have discovered that the UK seems to be more "in tune" to this art form/5(15).

Synopsis Raised embroidery - a craft form incorporating surface stitchery, needlelace and several other embroidery techniques - was enormously popular in the 17th century and has since enjoyed a revival.

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This technique of embroidery fills the background of the design instead of the design. This creates a negative design which is striking.

Assisi work is a void work embroidery technique. 5 Raised work. This refers to a raised / padded embroidery done to form a dimensional effect; Zardosi work, laid work are examples. 6 Whitework.The impulse to embellish fabric with decorative stitches dates back thousands of years, and at least one thing about embroidery hasn't changed in all that time: No matter how complicated-looking the result, embroidery is remarkably easy.

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