1900s Needlework Embroidery Design Floss Thread Lessons
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1900s Needlework Embroidery Design Floss Thread Lessons:
Learn Needlework Embroidery stitches and design from the 1900s era book on CD
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CD ROM Title: Needlework.
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CD ROM contains scanned images from an old 227 page book Art of Needlework. A Batsford publication circa 1900..
you'll find a series of samplers designed to show not only what are the available stitches, but the groups into which they naturally gather themselves, as well as the use to which they maybe put: and the black of the sampler is given too: the reader has only to turn the page to see the other side of the stitching- which to a needlewoman is often the more helpful. Lest that should not be enough, the stitches are described in the text, and a marginal note shows at a glance where the description is given. This should be a read needle and thread in head - or skipped. Samplers and other examples of needlework are uniformly on a scale large enough to show the stitch quite plainly. The examples of old work illustrate always, in the first place, some point of workmanship; still they are chosen with some view to their artistic interest. In other respects Art is not overlooked; but it is Art in harness. Design is discussed with reference to stitch and stuff, and stitch and stuff with reference to their use in ornament. It has been endeavored also to show the effect needlework has had upon pattern, and the ways in which design is affected by the circumstance that it is to be embroidered.Contents
1. Embroidery and embroidery stitches
2. Canvas stitches
3. Crewel stitch
4. Chain stitch
6. Buttonhole stitch
7. Feather and oriental stitches
8. Rope and knot stitches
9. Inter lacings, surface stitches, and diapers
10. Satin stitch and its offshoots
14. couched gold
16. Inlay, Mosaic, and Cut-work
17. Embroidery in relief
18. Raised Gold
20. Stitch groups
21. One stitch or many?
24. Figure embroidery
25. The direction of the stitch
26. Church work
27. A plea for simplicity
28. Embroidery design
29. Embroidery materials
30. A word to the worker.
CD ROM plays on your computer and is Windows and MAC computer compatible.
This is an easy to use computer CD ROM publication in the popular Adobe PDF file format which can be view by using the Adobe Acrobat Reader.The PDF file is very easy to use. You can enlarge the pattern pages on your computer screen, you can also print out select pages you are working on in the size that is easy for you to read.
This CD ROM is elegantly packaged and makes a wonderful gift!
Customer Testimonials and Reviews:
Hi, I just want to tell you I received the CD today! I absolutely love your elegant packaging! I think I will get another CD to give as a gift for my best friend! Sue H.
Dear folks at Patterns-on-CD, thank you for shipping the cd out so quickly. Your CD is so easy to use. I can print out just the pages I am working on and scribble my notes on the print-out without worry. My dog chewed part of the pattern sheet I was working on, but no worries, I just print out another sheet! I am keeping the print outs in a 3 ring binder and even printed the images I like for the binder cover. Thank you for making this rare antique book available on CD ROM!
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