Creative Embellishing: Easy Techniques and Over 25 Great Projects

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Collins & Brown, 2008 - Crafts & Hobbies - 176 pages
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Breathe new life into well-loved garments, accessories, and home furnishings with a few simple, easy-to-follow embellishment techniques. Using everything from beads and cords to ribbon and lace, Creative Embellishing provides all the instruction necessary to create fresh looks for worn fabrics. From a flower-adorned cardigan and patchwork carryall to an elegant applique dress, each project uses a variety of applications to keep every crafter happy--and most can be accomplished in just a weekend!

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Kayte Terry has loved making things all her life and is just as dedicated to her love of craft and design at work. She spent five years working as a the Visual Manager of Anthropologie in New York, where she coordinated the visual direction of the store and was responsible for merchandising and display. Currently, Kayte is a freelance stylist, crafter and merchandiser with a client roster Adorn magazine, Cutting Edge magazine and Brooks Brothers. She is a founding member of the Department of Craft, a New York-based organization dedicated to independent design and art. For more information about Kayte and her projects, visit her website at She lives in the USA.

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