Ribbon Embroidery Books
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Following Selection of Books Are Out Of Print But Highly Recommended
Gently Used, Is Better Than Nothing!
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An Encyclopedia of Ribbon Embroidery Flowers By Deanna Hall West, out
of print, to get a copy buy one "used" through the link below.
Learn 121 new stitching designs that include foliage, critters and bows. Stitch wisteria, yarrow, trillium, salvia, scilla, snapdragons, sunflowers, violets even water lillies. Critters include, bees, ants, ladybugs, butterflies, dragonflies, inchworms and snails. Try eucalyptus, boston, maidenhair, and pteris ferns. What a collection! One of the top ribbon embroidery books for sure! 57 pages, 2 full colour.
An Encyclopedia of Ribbon Embroidery Flowers: 121 Designs
An Encyclopedia of Crazy Quilt Stitches And Motifs By Linda Causee, out of print, to get a copy buy one "used" through the link below.
Learn to do crazy quilt embellishing stitches and fancy motifs for your patches out of silk ribbon. Every stitch you would ever want or need to embellish your quilts and make them fabulous!
An Encyclopedia of Crazy Quilt Stitches and Motifs
Ribbon Embroidery Alphabets By Barbara Baatz, long out of print, to get a copy buy one "used" through the link below.
Learn to embellish initals from A to Z with roses, fuchsias, daisies, foliage, butterflies, dragon flies, humming birds, and more to personalize just about anything. All initals are included on an iron-on transfer sheet and are perfect for bath, bed and table linens. 61 pages, 6 full colour.
Ribbon Embroidery Alphabets with Iron On Transfers
Encyclopedia of Ribbon Embroidery Borders By Deanna Hall West, long out of print, to get a copy buy one "used" through the link below.
More than 75 Designs, ranging from simple to complex, feature florals, baskets, butterflies, and bows in vertical and horizontal orientations. The occasional use of charms and metallic threads add enchantment. Complete instructions included step-by-step and wonderful designs that are simply breath taking. Butterflies to berries, baskets to roses and vines – another must have. 62 pages, 6 full colour.
Encyclopedia of Ribbon Embroidery Borders
101 Iron On Transfers For Ribbon Embroidery By Deanna Hall West, long out of print, to get a copy buy one "used" through the link below.
Whether you are an old hand at ribbon embroidery, or you have just discovered this delightful craft, you should find this book most engaging. Here you will find complete instructions for doing ribbon embroidery, including information on supplies and techniques, plus step-by-step instructions for creating the stitches. The best part of this book is the 101 iron-on transfer section, a treasury of designs! Almost any motif that you might want to use for ribbon embroidery appears here in the form of an iron-on transfer. 72 pages.
101 Iron-on Transfers For Ribbon Embroidery
An Encyclopedia of Ribbon Embroidery Birds, Butterflies and Blossoms By Deanna Hall West, long out of print, to get a copy buy one "used" through the link below.
Stitching instructions for hummingbirds, finches, orioles, cardinals, quail, blue jays, ducks, peacocks, robins, tanagers, owls, steller's, blackbirds and beautiful butterflies of every variety! More flowers to learn like cattail, dogwood, hawthorn, pussy willow, sunray, lillies, goldenrod and fuschia. New critters - frogs, rabbits, mice, squirrels and turtles! 61 pages, 6 full colour.
An Encyclopedia Of Ribbon Embroidery Birds, Butterflies, And Blossoms
An Encylopedia Of Ribbon Embroidery Holiday Designs By Deanna Hall West, long out of print, to get a copy buy one "used" through the link below.
This wonderful collection of 145 ribbon embroidery desings will provide you with ideas to stitch throughout the years. It covers all of the supplies, basics and stitches. It also has a handy conversion chart so that you can see what ribbon colours to buy from the various companies. Wonderful designs for Valentines, St. Patrick's, Easter, Mother's Day, Fathers Day, Graduation, Weddings & Anniversaries, Fourth of July, birthdays, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. It's exceptional, a must have. 60 pages, 6 full colour.An Encyclopedia Of Ribbon Embroidery Holiday Designs
Ribbon Embroidery For Crazy Quilts By Kooler Designs & Rita Weiss, long out of print, to get a copy buy one "used" through the link below.
Ribbon Embroidery for Crazy Quilts
Little Blessings: Silk Ribbon Projects for Baby, By Beverly Sheldrick (Item #LBRE)
In the hand of master embroiderer Beverley Sheldrick, a simple length of silk ribbon is destined to be transformed. Her extraordinary flowers, crosses, ribbons, and wee creatures move in stately grace across two dresses, two slip variations, five bonnets, three pair of booties and one quilt. Complete supply lists are provided along with step-by-step instructions and the pull-out section contains patterns and templates in sizes PM through 24M for the dresses and bonnets and sizes 0 through 3 for the booties. The illustrated technique section and stitch library are delightful treasures within this magnificent volume. Soft-cover, full-cover, 142 pages.
Create intricate silk ribbon embroidery that looks hand-stitched - without slow hand work. Easy techniques that really work with any sewing machine. Classroom-tested lessons specifically designed for beginners include step-by-step how -to photos and ribbon recommendations. Inspiring gallery shows the stitiches combined in stunning finished pieces. Soft cover, 77 pages, full colour.
A-Z of Ribbon Embroidery By Country Bumpkin (Item #AZRES2)
Whether you are a novice or a professional, the A-Z of Ribbon Embroidery will give you fresh ideas, new perspectives, renewed confidence and bring ribbon embroidery within reach of anyone who can thread a needle.This ‘how to guide’ features 48 stunning projects, but the best part is that the techniques you’ll learn while recreating these designs can be adapted to use on your own beautiful projects for years to come!
You'll find 480 step-by-step photographs to help you create each one of these beautiful designs like an expert, while learning 58 different stitches and techniques.Each design is presented with clear colour photographs, detailed instructions, patterns and stitch direction diagrams, making it easy to recreate these superb embroideries.Full of handy hints and gems of information, you’ll also get expert advice on the materials and tools you need to ensure success and enjoyment.The appeal of ribbon embroidery is timeless. Order your copy of the A-Z of Ribbon Embroidery today and be captivated by its ease of use and fabulous results!
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