Celtic Iron-On Transfer Patterns

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Courier Corporation, Aug 1, 1989 - Crafts & Hobbies - 48 pages
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In this treasury of richly imaginative design elements, British artist Courtney Davis, one of today's leading interpreters of Celtic art, has transformed an eye-filling collection of Celtic designs into 65 easy-to-use iron-on transfer patterns, any one of which will provide a perfect starting point for your next craft project.
The patterns range from simple, elegant Celtic fretwork to elaborate intertwined borders and wreaths, and there are wonderful motifs imaginatively incorporating animals, plants, and other favorite Celtic subjects. Following the simple instructions included, you can easily apply these beautiful designs to any flat surface that absorbs ink--paper, fabric, wood, and more--to produce a design outline that will assure successful completion of your next venture into embroidery, fabric painting, applique, wood burning, and other crafts.
Original Dover (1989) publication.
 

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User Review  - Catherine Woodman - Goodreads

Very easy to use transfers--I use for embroidery--the best celtic patterns I have found, and I have done several in this book on jean jackets Read full review

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User Review  - Redbud - LibraryThing

A lot of these designs are far more complicated than anything I'd want to stitch, but for painting, colored pencils, ect., these are nicely done. Read full review

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About the author (1989)

Courtney Davis is now recognised internationally as one of the foremost modern interpreters of the traditional art and graphic symbolism of the Celts. She has achieved great success with some 18 books, including Celtic Illumination, The Celtic Art Source Book, Celtic Borders and Decorations and The Art of Celtia, and these have established a world reputation for his technique and imagery.

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