Doodle Stitching: EmbroideryBeyond: Crewel, Cross Stitch, SashikoMore

Doodle Stitching EmbroideryBeyond Crewel Cross Stitch SashikoMore In her first two Doodle Stitching books Aimee Ray proved that doodling isn t just for paper any Now she brings her irresistible art to a variety of embroidery techniques in a timeless resource for an

  • Title: Doodle Stitching: EmbroideryBeyond: Crewel, Cross Stitch, SashikoMore
  • Author: Aimee Ray
  • ISBN: 9781454703631
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Paperback
  • In her first two Doodle Stitching books, Aimee Ray proved that doodling isn t just for paper any Now she brings her irresistible art to a variety of embroidery techniques in a timeless resource for anyone with a needle and thread Appealing to stitchers of all levels, the beautiful decorative stitches and techniques here include stumpwork, appliqu , Shisha, cutwork, aIn her first two Doodle Stitching books, Aimee Ray proved that doodling isn t just for paper any Now she brings her irresistible art to a variety of embroidery techniques in a timeless resource for anyone with a needle and thread Appealing to stitchers of all levels, the beautiful decorative stitches and techniques here include stumpwork, appliqu , Shisha, cutwork, and Sashiko They re all presented in Ray s fresh, accessible, and whimsical style, with than 20 fun projects and extra motifs so readers can personalize their creations.

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    1 thought on “Doodle Stitching: EmbroideryBeyond: Crewel, Cross Stitch, SashikoMore”

    1. A cute little collection of embroidery projects. While I like the overall style, I wasn't particularly enamoured with any of the projects, except the one featured on the cover (I love mushroom motifs!). Techniques are really basic, and not very in-depth. A sweet collection of simple and fun contemporary stitching ideas, but I probably will not consult it again - unless it's for the mushroom pincushion ;)

    2. I'm ambivalent about this book. On the one hand, it's far better organized and has more interesting projects than the previous two books, on the other the designs are the opposite of whimsical instead being heavy and involved. It's great that she's incorporating a wider range of embroidery types than in the past, but I don't think it's executed any better and this time I don't know if it's intentional. I do like the Shashiko designs a lot and the corner placement (rather than centered) embroider [...]

    3. This book has instructions and patterns for designs using cross stitch, decorative and couching stitches, applique, redwork, crewel, sashiko, shisha (persian w/ mirrors), cutwork, stumpwork, and wired stumpwork. Projects range from embroidered cards to aprons, dolls, and cuff bracelets.A small section at the back contains an overview of embroidery basics and stitches. It includes an easy to follow diagram, written description, and photo of each finished stitch. My favorite projects are a canvas [...]

    4. Like with the other doodle stitching book, I was more interested in the doodle aspect than the stitching, so I didn't pay too much attention to the projects not can I speak to their difficulty. (Not being an embroiderer, they all looked tricky.) I found more to love in her first book but this one is okay too.

    5. Another cute collection of projects and ideas. I'm glad I read it, but wouldn't buy it--at least for me, there weren't really any new techniques to learn and I wasn't in love with any particular project outlined in the book.

    6. Great book for basic beginner embroidery. Glossary with pictures and explanations of each stitch. Easy but very cute beginner designs.(Finished in 2014, Changed Year to not affect my current reading challenge book count)

    7. Cuckoo clock, woodland creatures, mushrooms going to use these stitch patterns as zentangle/doodle inspiration.

    8. I enjoyed the creative suggestions and the book is delightful to browse. Borrowed it from the local library.

    9. Good for beginners. It didn't have as much detail or depth as I would have liked, and the projects were just ok.

    10. Nice cute embroidery designs, but does seem to be working from the premise that the reader already knows basic embroidery stitches.

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