Hardanger Embroidery: A Complete and Practical Course
Everything you need to know to master the beautiful craft of Hardanger embroidery: preparing the fabric, kinds of thread, blocking and removing thread correctly, kloster or satin stitch, working diagonally, much more. Instructions are followed by a series of "lessons" in which actual projects are made. 50 illustrations.
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ahout Centeefiece Woeked Count cross-stitch cut and drawn Detail of Centeefiece douhle line douhle row draw four threads eight hlocks eight threads eyelet Figuee filled five stitches four over four four stitches four warp threads groups of four hack Haedangee Cloth half woven Hardanger emhroidery hars heautiful hefore hegin hemstitched hlock at right hlock of five hlocks Fig horder hringing needle hringing the needle huttonhole-stitches huttonholed edge inner kloster hlock kloster stitches Lesson for Centrepiece line of hlocks line of stitches little square lunch-cloth mesh middle ohlong open centre open squares picot putting the needle right angles row of hlocks Scaef scarf scrim second row shown in Fig side hy side solid squares stitches over four stitches over three stitches side hy straight line tahle take a stitch third hlock threads are cut threads diagonally threads hetween three threads triangles twelve threads twenty threads Woeked on Haedangee