Art Makers: Empowered Embroidery

Author

Binding

Paperback

Dimensions

296 x 222

No. of Pages

128

Series

Imprint

ISBN/EAN

9781633228849

Sub Title

Transform Sketches into Embroidery Patterns and Stitch Strong, Iconic Women from the Past and Present

Publisher

Season

Spring 21

Pub Month

February

With the Me Too movement still on everyone’s minds and embroidery regaining popularity, Art Makers: Empowered Embroidery covers two trending topics: strong women and stitching. The book opens with sketching instructions, sections on tools and materials as well as embroidery techniques, warm-up exercises, and popular stitches. What follows are step-by-step projects for embroidering empowering well-known women, including Michelle Obama, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Frida Kahlo, Marie Curie, Maya Angelou, Greta Thunberg, and many others. The art is contemporary, on-trend, and simple enough to duplicate for even beginning embroiderers, and there’s also something for more advanced stitchers, with suggestions for creating their own portraits using the techniques that are helpfully described in the book. All projects are tested and created by an experienced embroiderer with a background in design and illustration who provides a fun, well-rounded introduction to embroidery for today’s artists and crafters.
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£14.99

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Author

Binding

Paperback

Dimensions

296 x 222

No. of Pages

128

Series

Imprint

ISBN/EAN

9781633228849

Sub Title

Transform Sketches into Embroidery Patterns and Stitch Strong, Iconic Women from the Past and Present

Publisher

Season

Spring 21

Pub Month

February

Author

Binding

Paperback

Dimensions

296 x 222

No. of Pages

128

Series

Imprint

ISBN/EAN

9781633228849

Sub Title

Transform Sketches into Embroidery Patterns and Stitch Strong, Iconic Women from the Past and Present

Publisher

Season

Spring 21

Pub Month

February

Author

Binding

Paperback

Dimensions

296 x 222

No. of Pages

128

Series

Imprint

ISBN/EAN

9781633228849

Sub Title

Transform Sketches into Embroidery Patterns and Stitch Strong, Iconic Women from the Past and Present

Publisher

Season

Spring 21

Pub Month

February

Author

Binding

Paperback

Dimensions

296 x 222

No. of Pages

128

Series

Imprint

ISBN/EAN

9781633228849

Sub Title

Transform Sketches into Embroidery Patterns and Stitch Strong, Iconic Women from the Past and Present

Publisher

Season

Spring 21

Pub Month

February

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