Jacobean Embroidery: Crewel Work and Traditional Designs

Jacobean Embroidery: Crewel Work and Traditional Designs
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Jacobean embroidery refers to embroidery styles that flourished in the reign of King James I of England in first quarter of the 17th century. Originally published in the 1920s, this book presents some of the most stunning Jacobean embroidery designs with charming illustrations mostly in color.

Contents Covered:

  • Foreword to Every Needlewoman
  • History of Jacobean Embroidery
  • Stitches
    • Stitches for Fine Stems & Outlines
    • Stitches for Stems, Leaves & Flowers
    • Stitches for Flowers & Fruit
  • Simple Fillings
  • "Rutland" Design
  • Encouragement
  • Flowers and Animals of Stuart Embroideries
  • "Albemarle" Design
  • "Lauderdale" Design -- An Old Favorite
  • "Lauderdale" Firescreen
  • A Pitfall for the Unwary -- Long and Short Stitch
  • Further Fillings
  • "Warwick" Design
  • An 18th Century Fender Stool -- The "Vauxhall" Design
  • "Richmond" Design
  • "Elizabethan" Design -- Fender Stool
  • "Marlborough" Design
  • Clever Shading in Crewel Wools
  • "Regency" Design
  • "Berkeley Square" Design
  • "Hardwicke" Design
  • Silk and Satin for Your Chippendale
  • Chinese Chippendale
  • Facts and Fashions
  • How to Obtain the Designs
  • Method of Working
Format: PDF Digital Reprint, e-Facsimile
No. of Pages: 40
Page Size: A4 (210mm × 297mm)
Download Size: 27.6 MB
Product Code JACDXMQK69
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