Dimensional Embroidery

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Sally Milner, 2002 - Crafts & Hobbies - 112 pages
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Pansies, iris, daffodils, foxgloves, primroses, lavender, poppies, and Christmas lilies - here's a whole blooming garden of stitched flowers to delight the embroiderer, cultivated by a leader in the field. Bursting with colors, and so visually appealing, these projects are also easy to do and extremely practical. Wonderfully decorative when simply framed, they can also embellish pincushions, footstools, woolen rugs, covered boxes, and many other items. Sew roses on a pillow or a scented sachet; place crewelwork pansies in a wicker basket, which converts to a tray when covered with glass to keep your masterpiece nice and fresh; and adorn a footstool with a lovely wreath of different blossoms. These flowers seem to pop right off the material with their fabulous texture and detail!

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