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Embroidery - A Fresh Approach

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Product description

"This book deals largely with the problems of learning on one's own and is intended primarily for those needlewomen, experienced or inexperienced, working at home and unable perhaps to attend classes. It deals largely with the range of decisions which have to be made from the initial conception of a piece of embroidery to its completion, covering decisions of both technique and design. It should stimulate the powers of self-criticism, so often undeveloped, and help embroiderers to understand not only which is a successful piece of work and which is not, but also why. It covers many of the mistakes which are made and some of the methods of correcting them, as well as dealing with ways of stimulating interest and increasing one's range and knowledge. In these fields it should prove useful to teachers of needlework, as it presents another person's approach to many of the old familiar problems they encounter in their classes."

Book in good condition, although there is wear to the dust jacket.

Item details

Author(s):
Liley, A.
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1967
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
236
Publisher:
Mills and Boon

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"This book deals largely with the problems of learning on one's own and is intended primarily for those needlewomen, experienced or inexperienced, working at home and unable perhaps to attend classes. It deals largely with the range of decisions which have to be made from the initial conception of a piece of embroidery to its completion, covering decisions of both technique and design. It should stimulate the powers of self-criticism, so often undeveloped, and help embroiderers to understand not only which is a successful piece of work and which is not, but also why. It covers many of the mistakes which are made and some of the methods of correcting them, as well as dealing with ways of stimulating interest and increasing one's range and knowledge. In these fields it should prove useful to teachers of needlework, as it presents another person's approach to many of the old familiar problems they encounter in their classes."

Book in good condition, although there is wear to the dust jacket.

Author(s):
Liley, A.
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1967
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
236
Publisher:
Mills and Boon

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