5 edition of Free-form embroidery with Judith Baker Montano found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||98|
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see Free- Form Embroidery with Judith Baker Montano, page 93. Since the 60s, Lamelas has explored the hybrid character of the exhibition venue. 12 Step-by-Step Projects Illustrated Stitch Guide Judith Baker Montano. Embroidery Label Free-form embroidery with Judith Baker Montano : transforming traditional stitches into fiber art, Judith Baker Montano• My and offers brief descriptions, supply lists and colour photos for each project.
Living in England, Germany, and Japan for eight years was another profound influence on her artwork and outlook. If you're ready to be a bit adventurous with your embroidery, if you aspire to create art with stitches, buy yourself a copy of this book. I am presenting six seminars this summer, so check them out and get signed up to avoid disappointment. The La Veta area is beautiful and I highly recommend that students take a few days before or after the seminar to explore.
Since its original publication in 1976, The Needlepoint Book has become known as the bible for all stitching enthusiasts—the one resource for every needlepoint aficionado. I am looking forward to trying more of the stitches. I was completely amazed by how the different stitch combinations can be used in context to create the theme you are portraying. Montano goes into more depth in her single technique books and I would recommend getting one of Montano's a crazy quilt book for further techniques in construction of fiber landscapes, but this wonderful book does give the basics of construction.
Judith also offers in-depth instruction on silk ribbon stitches, free-form stitches, composite stitches, and even left-handed stitches. Over 50 flower designs from new and traditional stitches. The gorgeous hand-drawn and watercolor illustrations are totally captivating in their beauty and clarity. Bestselling author Judith Baker Montano is back with a new comprehensive stitch guide that will take you beyond traditional embroidery.
The stitches are beautiful and the instructions are well detailed.
This book may have some duplicate methods shown in her other books , but I am so pleased that it does.
She lives in a restored 1876 cottage with her husband, Ernest Shealy, and an ever-increasing menagerie of pets.
'Techniques' starts with choosing background fabrics and ends with framing finished work.