Embroidery Illusions

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Sally Milner Publishing Pty, Limited, 2003 - Crafts & Hobbies - 192 pages
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They’re called illusions because these easy, elegant designs look intricate—as if they took a lot of time and talent to create. The illustrated instructions cover various needlework styles, including satin stitch, couching, beading, cross-stitch, stumpwork, and appliqué. Choose from nursery rhymes, landscapes, still life, sea creatures, and exotic scenes. Special tips show how to mix projects to make your own originals.

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Clarke was born in Tasmania, Australia. He completed formal art training before beginning his career in textile design, working for Sheridan Australia.

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