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by Helen M. Stevens

Author: Helen M. Stevens
Subcategory: Crafts & Hobbies
Language: English
Publisher: David & Charles (July 1, 2001)
Pages: 144 pages
Category: Hobbies and Home
Rating: 4.2
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Helen M Stevens Embroiderer's Countryside (Helen Stevens' Masterclass Embroidery). This book is a feast for embroiderers be they new to the art or experienced stitchers. It allows you to see how projects can be worked with a whole new slant, using a multitude of threads and fabrics.

Helen M Stevens Embroiderer's Countryside (Helen Stevens' Masterclass Embroidery). The Myth & Magic of Embroidery (Helen Stevens' Masterclass (Helen Stevens' Masterclass Embroidery). You can set about designing your own projects using similar techniques, proving that experimentation can be fun and successful.

Helen M. Stevens' True Embroideries. What is embroidery? A dictionary definition is the art of embellishing fabric with thread. CommunitySee all. 16,213 people like this. 16,510 people follow this.

In this third collection of her glorious embroidery, Helen M. Stevens offers a fascinating window on the past. Fables, fashions, and pastimes, rural life, animals, birds and insects-the subjects of her work are brought vividly to life in the superb color plates, and all the techniques and stitches she employs are explained in detail. A must have for needlewomen!!

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hardback slightly larger format). Helen M Stevens’ WORLD OF EMBROIDERY (hard or softback, currently out of print). We can usually source either hard or softback copies at approx. 25 or £20 respectively according to condition. Hard and softbacks are identical in cover illustrations and content. The Masterclass Series of books – six titles in all – are more hands-on in their concept.

Stevens is a true artist. Her embroidery is far beyond anything that hobbyists like me could ever hope to achieve. Yet she manages to to describe her techniques so clearly, and with such excellent examples (displayed in gorgeous, colorful photos), that she inspires me to at least try to emulate her work.

This is the sixth title in "The Masterclass Embroidery" Series showing how to create stunning embroideries designed by internationally acclaimed textile artist Helen . tevens. Helen explores a range of beautiful landscape views, from lush, green rolling. This is the sixth title in "The Masterclass Embroidery" Series showing how to create stunning embroideries designed by internationally acclaimed textile artist Helen . Helen explores a range of beautiful landscape views, from lush, green rolling countryside to far-flung mountains reflected in the shimmering sea, using pure silk embroidery threads to achieve astonishingly realistic effects. Stevens' World of Embroidery by Helen M. Stevens (Hardback, 2002). New Designs in Raised Embroidery by Barbara Hirst, Roy Hirst (Hardback, 1997). Drawing inspiration from over 1200 years of history, this book provides a collection of 75 embroideries alongside sketches from the author's workbook. It includes full instructions for all techniques and stitches.

Items related to The Timeless Art of Embroidery (Helen Stevens'. This is the third embroidery book by British textile artist Stevens (after The Embroiderer's Countryside, David & Charles, 1992, and The Embroiderer's Country Album, David & Charles, 1994)

Items related to The Timeless Art of Embroidery (Helen Stevens'. Helen M. Stevens The Timeless Art of Embroidery (Helen Stevens' Masterclass Embroidery). ISBN 13: 9780715312162. The Timeless Art of Embroidery (Helen Stevens' Masterclass Embroidery). This is the third embroidery book by British textile artist Stevens (after The Embroiderer's Countryside, David & Charles, 1992, and The Embroiderer's Country Album, David & Charles, 1994). She excels in the naturalistic type of embroidery known as needlepainting. Worked in silk using several classic straight stitches, her flowers and animals are delicate and exquisite.

Helen M Stevens demonstrates Honeycomb stitch, a technique she has invented to create special effects, such as this .

Helen M Stevens demonstrates Honeycomb stitch, a technique she has invented to create special effects, such as this dragonfly's wing. The detail in this type of embroidery when done well is incredible! Hard to believe it& embroidery! needle painting up close, by hand, with silk, embroidery pictures from Su Embroidery Studio. Silk Needlepainting - Hand Embroidery in Silk - this is a close-up of a piece of Su Embroidery.

Drawing inspiration from over 1200 years of history, this book provides a collection of 75 embroideries alongside sketches from the author's workbook. It includes full instructions for all techniques and stitches.