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Adventures in stitches

a new art of embroidery : and more adventures - fewer stitches

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      • Originally published 1949.Includes index.

        StatementFunk & Wagnalls
        PublishersFunk & Wagnalls
        Classifications
        LC Classifications1959
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 94 p. :
        Number of Pages65
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
        1nodata
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Results for Adventures in Stitches: A New Art of Embroidery and More Adventures - Fewer Stiches by Mariska Karasz Read or Download Adventures in Stitches: A New Art of Embroidery and More Adventures - Fewer Stiches Book by Mariska Karasz.

Adventures in stitches awesome book ready for download, you can get this book now for FREE. Early on she developed a passion for fashion design and created colorful, patterned garments largely inspired by the folk art of her native country.

Meet Mary Anning: To refresh your memory, was a 19th-century woman who lived on the coast of England. Amazing really, considering the norm for stitchery in the 50s.

Sadly, American Girl does not yet have a line of famous historical scientists. Stitched with substitute DMC colors on 40 ct linen. It is one of the best seller books in this month. I found her book pictured above on Amazon. And if you're spotted, good! The lessons in this book have no relation to the ready-made [patterns]. No obvious damage to the cover, with the dust jacket if applicable included for hard covers. I serendipitously found myself at Mud Bay, the southernmost extent of Puget Sound.

Adventures in stitches (1959 edition)

If I ever finish the second half and I must, before my son's hand grows much more I will do a real post showing off both. Take your time in this class to get comfortable with creating this knitting confection.

The bonnet was found cheap on etsy, I added the red ribbon. Simply swapping which color is color A and which is color B, or swapping which columns are knit and which are purled, can create dazzling effects.

Mariska Karasz's Adventures in Stitchery

The choice of pattern seemed appropriate--it's also about 300 years old-- a reproduction sampler from a girl from the Netherlands namedwho stitched the original in 1732. Inscribed to "Elaina" Elena Barnet, wife of Will Barnet from the author. Encouraged by how the cape and overskirt turned out, I turned to Adventures in stitches dress itself, another 2609 pattern, modified a little to be more like the simple dress a poor woodworker's daughter would be likely to have, and more like the girl's dress shown in Don Brown's illustrations.

My daughter quickly declared it one of her favorites and wants some of the brightly colored little dinosaurs and monsters stitched on everything, she says.