Beginner's Guide to Silk Ribbon Embroidery

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Search Press, 1998 - Crafts & Hobbies - 48 pages
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More than 100 step-by-step photographs show how to create exquisite, delicately embroidered silk ribbon flowers, using a surprisingly small number of stitches. Crafters can also learn how to paint and stencil the silk fabric backgrounds, add depth and interest to a garden scene, or enhance a still-life arrangement.

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User Review  - drinkingtea - LibraryThing

Pretty patterns, interesting presentation. Sadly ignores the pressing problem of how not to get your fingers tangled up in the ribbon while you are doing it. Read full review


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Ann Cox is a silk ribbon embroidery designer who runs her own company selling silk ribbons and kits. She also teaches at colleges of further education.

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