By Briggs & Co.,Carol Belanger Grafton
Treasury of infrequent Victorian-era designs for borders, wreaths, cushion squares, sprays, and different initiatives. contains styles for verbena, strawberry, lily, and lots of extra.
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As rich and varied as this archive is, happily you are not limited to choosing and executing a single design. In fact, one of the best features of the collection is that the designs complement each other beautifully, and thereby invite you to invent your own composition by combining elements from different plates. Adding your personal color scheme and appropriate stitches from your repertory, you will have the satisfaction of creating a truly original design. After you have created several compositions from this material, you may find yourself in the enviable position of being able to design completely on your own.
If later on, during the embroidery process, the line becomes too faint, touch it up with a waterproof felt-tip pen or a laundry marker. Test the pen! If it is not waterproof it will run and ruin your embroidery; just the moisture from a steam iron is enough to cause this. ) That’s all there is to the basic method of transferring designs. You are now ready to embroider. Keep in mind that the success of your embroidery depends, like a good marriage, on the compatibility of its component parts—a happy wedding of design, fabric, thread and stitches.
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400 Floral Motifs for Designers, Needleworkers and Craftspeople by Briggs & Co.,Carol Belanger Grafton