Bead Embroidery

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Batsford, 2003 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Two of the world’s most experienced embroiderers show how to make a variety of beads for hand and machine embroidery. Emphasizing how beads add color, texture and beauty to a piece of work, they guide the reader through a variety of traditional and contemporary techniques, including bead weaving; sewing “trapped” beads; stitching beads onto mesh and canvas; and adding them to fringes, edges, cords, chains, and tassels.

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User Review  - yoda1489 - LibraryThing

I was slightly disappointed with this book. Looking at the front cover I thought there would be more step by step instructions for the different stitches. However, if your looking for a visual example of the stitches, this book is for you! Wonderful photo gallery. Read full review

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User Review  - Kidsbookworm - Goodreads

I love every Batsford Publishing book I own, and this one is no exception. Stunning design - very inspirational! Read full review

About the author (2003)

Valerie Campbell-Harding is the author of numerous crafting books, including "Edges and Finishes in Machine Embroidery, Layers of Stitch, "and" Textile Artistry," Maggie Grey is an embroidery teacher, a former editor of "The World of Embroidery, "and the current editor of the Web magazine "Workshop," She is the coauthor of several books, including "Paper, Metal, and Stitch,

Watts is an experienced teacher of embroidery.

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