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From Print to StitchLearn how to print designs on to fabric, and then embellish them with stitching. Janet Edmonds teaches you about all the materials and techniques you need to develop your skills in this fascinating area of textile art.This highly practical and unique book provides clear, step-by-step instructions for adding amazing designs to fabric by printing and stitching. Using a whole range of printing techniques, including block printing, soft-cut lino printing, mono printing and collagraph printing, the author guides you carefully through the process, from initial idea, through the development of a theme, to designing and making a block and creating pattern on paper. Once you are happy with your design, it is transferred to fabric and finally stitching is added to enhance the design. Both machine and hand stitching are used, and theres a useful and extensive stitch library at the back of the book showing the range of stitches you can use. Janets unique eye for colour is evident throughout the book, which is richly illustrated with numerous partly completed samples to illustrate the authors methods, finished examples of her work, and three-dimensional objects created using printed and stitched fabrics to extend the readers imagination even further.Clear step-by-step instructions Numerous colourful examples A rich source of ideas and inspiration. About the AuthorJanet Edmonds trained at East Berkshire College, Windsor and The University of Hertfordshire, completing a BA (Hons) in Art and Design in 1998. She has many years experience of teaching City & Guilds courses in Embroidery in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire, and also runs courses for the Embroiderers Guild. Her own work is mainly three-dimensional and is based on natural forms and landscapes. When not teaching, gardening and walking in the beautiful Chiltern countryside where she lives provide Janet with the inspiration for her drawing, painting and stitching.
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From Print to StitchLearn how to print designs on to fabric, and then embellish them with stitching. Janet Edmonds teaches you about all the materials and techniques you need to develop your skills in this fascinating area of textile art.This highly practical and unique book provides clear, step-by-step instructions for adding amazing designs to fabric by printing and stitching. Using a whole range of printing techniques, including block printing, soft-cut lino printing, mono printing and collagraph printing, the author guides you carefully through the process, from initial idea, through the development of a theme, to designing and making a block and creating pattern on paper. Once you are happy with your design, it is transferred to fabric and finally stitching is added to enhance the design. Both machine and hand stitching are used, and theres a useful and extensive stitch library at the back of the book showing the range of stitches you can use. Janets unique eye for colour is evident throughout the book, which is richly illustrated with numerous partly completed samples to illustrate the authors methods, finished examples of her work, and three-dimensional objects created using printed and stitched fabrics to extend the readers imagination even further.Clear step-by-step instructions Numerous colourful examples A rich source of ideas and inspiration. About the AuthorJanet Edmonds trained at East Berkshire College, Windsor and The University of Hertfordshire, completing a BA (Hons) in Art and Design in 1998. She has many years experience of teaching City & Guilds courses in Embroidery in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire, and also runs courses for the Embroiderers Guild. Her own work is mainly three-dimensional and is based on natural forms and landscapes. When not teaching, gardening and walking in the beautiful Chiltern countryside where she lives provide Janet with the inspiration for her drawing, painting and stitching.
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ISBN-10 1844484599
ISBN-13 1844484599
Number of Pages 128
Author JANET EDMONDS
Publisher Search Press
Book Year 2010
Accessories Type Books
Supplier Code 9781844484591
GTIN 9781844484591
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