Joan Elliott's Native American Cross Stitch
An evocative collection of Native American-inspired cross stitch designs by leading designer and best-selling author, Joan Elliott. The distinctive imagery of America's indigenous culture is a powerful reminder of the values that the native people lived by. Now you can bring these sentiments to your stitching with this beautiful collection of designs, that will delight cross stitchers everywhere. Stunning dream catcher designs, striking decorative borders, uplifting celebration pieces for the birth of a child or a wedding, creative cards, pillows, jewellery and accessories all feature in this beautifully illustrated book, with full-colour charts throughout. Information on materials, stitching techniques and full making-up instructions are provided, making this book ideal for beginners and more experienced stitchers alike.
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Native American Alphabet
Navajo Sewing Collection
100 if necessary 14-count Aida 2Start stitching 3Once all stitching 5cm 2in Aida band album attach the beads background fabric beading needle blanc braid centre bottom centre the embroidery chart key colour cotton Cross stitch Cut a piece decorative button Design size DMC stranded cotton embroidery frame ending at centre evenweave fabric and chart finished embroidery folded edge French knots ft Mi ft iron-on interfacing Kreinik listed in chart long stitches Mark the centre matching thread Mill Hill beads Mount your fabric Napkin Native American Navajo needle and matching needle size 24 open album Permanent fabric glue piece of fusible pinking shears polyester press to fuse right side rows running stitch sachet seed beads silver slipstitch Stitch count stitching is complete stranded cotton floss strands of stranded suede Suppliers Tack baste Tapestry needle three-quarter cross stitches tone with embroidery trimmed embroidery trinket bowl Ultrasuede Viin whip stitch wrong side