Embroidery: Projects and Patterns to Create and Embellish

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Walter Foster Publishing, Incorporated, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 96 pages
5 Reviews

The first title in this Little Miss Crafty series features the latest hip trend in the craft world––embroidery! What makes this book different than all the rest is the way it’s tailored for young readers; easy-to-use templates for each design are included and step-by-step illustrations make every project fun and simple. Creative ideas for freehand designs and tips on customizing clothes, gifts, and room décor also are included. Stitching has never been easier––or sassier!

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Review: Embroidery for Little Miss Crafty: Projects and patterns to create and embellish

User Review  - Ames - Goodreads

Very simple but adorable designs. Meant for tweens and teens learning embroidery. The designs are basic, but would be cute for a variety of projects to give as gifts. Illustrations of stitch ... Read full review

Review: Embroidery for Little Miss Crafty: Projects and patterns to create and embellish

User Review  - Becky - Goodreads

Fun book with simple embroidery projects. Read full review

About the author (2009)

A resident of Ottawa , Ontario , Canada , Helen Dardik is a versatile artist, dividing her creative energies between illustration, crafting, and oil painting. Everything Helen sees inspires her, especially her children's drawings, which come from "the ultimate source--infinite imagination." When she isn't working on digital illustrations, Helen makes plush toys, paints, and spends time with her girls and husband.

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