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Embroidery [21 Images]

Embroidery [21 Images]

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Embroidery: A Collection of Articles on Subjects Connected with the Study of Fine Needlework is a valuable resource for needlework enthusiasts and historians of textile arts. Authored by Grace Christie and published in 1909, this comprehensive collection covers a wide range of topics related to the art of embroidery. It delves into various aspects of fine needlework, including different stitches, materials, methods of work, and design principles. Furthermore, it explores the historical context and development of embroidery, providing insights into its evolution as a craft and art form over the years.

Grace Christie's work in Embroidery reflects her expertise and passion for needlework, making it a valuable reference for both beginners and experienced embroiderers. The book offers practical guidance on embroidery techniques while also celebrating the rich history and cultural significance of this traditional craft. With its detailed articles and illustrations, Embroidery serves as a timeless source of inspiration and knowledge for those interested in the art of needlework and its enduring legacy.

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