Colour Confidence in Embroidery

Based on her own experience with long and short stitch shading, gained through trial and error over the years, the author provides a greater awareness of how colour affects our embroidery, and what brings it to life.

Author: Trish Burr

Publisher: Sally Milner Pub

ISBN: 9781863514262

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 256

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How does color affect embroidery? How can it bring needlework to life? Crafters will uncover the possibilities in this unique, in-depth exploration of color in embroidery. From color selection and blending to choosing complimentary colors and creative contrasting and shading, it highlights a variety of techniques for surface and counted thread embroidery projects. More than 200 stitched examples with DMC thread keys, plus color schemes and projects such as roses, fruits, and birds will inspire stitchers.

Whitework with Colour

Shares instructions for seventeen projects that add color to traditional white work embroidery and can be done by beginners as well as more advanced stitchers.

Author: Trish Burr

Publisher: Sally Milner Publishing

ISBN: 9781863514965

Category:

Page: 256

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Trish Burr s Embroidery Transfers

This fantastic resource book contains over 70 of Trish Burr's fabulous embroidery designs on easy-to-use iron-on transfer paper.

Author: Trish Burr

Publisher: Search Press(UK)

ISBN: 9781782219033

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 64

View: 876

This fantastic resource book contains over 70 of Trish Burr's fabulous embroidery designs on easy-to-use iron-on transfer paper. This fantastic resource book contains over 70 designs from world-renowned embroiderer Trish Burr's extensive catalogue of bestselling embroidery books, plus some new bonus designs. Choose from a wonderful range of inspiring designs, including flowers, birds, figures, animals and small vignettes. The book contains a short section at the start which gives colour and stitch inspiration and advice on using the transfers; the rest of the book consists of iron-on transfer paper. Using the iron-on transfers is very simple, and each design can be used, stored then reused multiple times. This book gives embroiderers a bumper selection of designs to choose from - it will provide sewists of all abilities with the confidence they need to get started creating their own masterpieces.

Colour Confident Stitching

Choosing colours for a crafting project can be daunting and creating colour palettes is a design task in itself but textile designer Karen Barbé's explanations makes it a fun and enjoyable part of the process

Author: Karen Barbé

Publisher: Pimpernel Press

ISBN: 9781910258651

Category:

Page: 128

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Whether you are a beginner or more experienced, any stitching project, no matter how simple, can be enhanced by a well-chosen colour palette, however, many people are nervous or even scared of colour. Textile designer Karen Barbe regularly teaches embroidery workshops and knows first-hand the fears and frustrations of beginners - as well as accomplished crafters - when starting a new project. Karen makes choosing and creating colour palettes a fun and enjoyable part of the design process. Colour Confident Stitching is divided into three parts: Understanding Colour; Feeling Colour and Stitching with Colour. The first two sections guide the reader through colour theory as well as choosing and using colour more instinctively. Stitching with Colour includes five stiching projects that will encourage the reader to explore colour and build confidence through exercise and experiment. Inspirational photographs are accompanied by stitching illustrations and step-by-step photographs for the colour choosing process as well as stitching projects.

Miniature Needle Painting Embroidery

Annotation. Trish has always been fascinated by miniature art and for years has had a yen to try and embroider smaller pieces.

Author: Trish Burr

Publisher: Sally Milner Pub

ISBN: 9781863514705

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 200

View: 637

Trish has always been fascinated by miniature art and for years has had a yen to try and embroider smaller pieces, there is something so endearing about little paintings with all the detail and form of a larger piece, not to mention the fact that they are much quicker to stitch! When Trish sat down to consider ideas for this book, she wanted not only something that provided a good choice, with lots of projects, but also to ensure that each project was worthy of stitching. The designs needed to be fresh and appealing, to depict the pretty, romantic illustrations typical of the Victorian and post-Victorian eras. Teaching embroidery has helped Trish to understand the need for clarity in both the technique and project instructions, so instructions on everything about long and short stitch and how to adapt it to fit different situations and projects have been provided. Each project is accompanied by a detailed thread diagram which shows exactly which colour should be used and where. The small size of the designs allows for great flexibility in their final use - such as group framing, making up into cushions, book covers, quilt squares, needle cases, box lids, tote bags, pockets on clothing and so on. Following the portraits, birds and flowers, a section with much smaller Victorian pansies and buds, again with thread diagrams has been added.

The Royal School of Needlework Book of Embroidery

Using colour Many antique tapestries appear to have subdued colours ... If you are not confident choosing colours you may benefit from using a colour wheel ...

Author: Royal School of Needlework

Publisher: SearchPress+ORM

ISBN: 1781265437

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 400

View: 336

An all-in-one volume covering crewelwork, canvaswork, and six other types of hand embroidery, from the renowned school established in nineteenth-century England. This beautiful book is a rich source of embroidery techniques, stitches, and projects, covering eight key subjects in detail: crewelwork, bead embroidery, stumpwork, canvaswork, goldwork, whitework, blackwork, and silk shading. Collecting all the books in the trusted, bestselling Royal School of Needlework Essential Stitch Guide series, plus a new section on mounting your finished work, this fantastic book—heavily illustrated with photos—is a must-have for all embroiderers.

Embroidery with Transparent Fabrics

Many , many colours can be mixed from these primaries and secondaries ... Confidence in the use of colour comes with understanding , which comes with ...

Author: Sylvia Bramley

Publisher: B. T. Batsford Limited

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 144

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The art of embroidery on sheer and transparent fabrics provides an opportunity for creativity and experimentation, in terms of both materials and design. This book allows the reader to make the most of the wide range of gauze and soluble fabrics available today and of increasingly sophisticated sewing machine capabilities.

Ribbonwork Embroidery

This is a good exercise and will gradually help to increase your confidence in using colours. Take time to work out how colours are used in your inspiration ...

Author: Sophie Long

Publisher: The Crowood Press

ISBN: 1785002538

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 300

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Ribbon embroidery is a simple, beautiful and versatile technique that dates back to the seventeenth century. This book brings it up to date with fresh instruction on floral classics, as well as stunning contemporary designs. With over 400 colour step-by-step photographs to guide the reader through each stitch, Ribbonwork Embroidery demonstrates the speed and simplicity of ribbonwork, and explains how it can be combined with other techniques to add detail and depth to a piece of embroidery. Step-by-step photographs guide the reader through each stitch, and detailed instructions explain how ribbonwork can be combined with a range of other techniques. Help and advice is provided throughout on working with silk ribbons and projects demonstrate how to use the stitches in designs. There are ideas for creating using pieces and advice on displaying embroidery. Beautifully illustrated with 436 colour step-by-step photographs.

Colour

How to Use Colour in Art and Design Edith Anderson Feisner ... Jinny Beyer's Color Confidence for Quilters . ... Embroidery and Colour .

Author: Edith Anderson Feisner

Publisher: Laurence King Publishing

ISBN: 9781856694414

Category: Art

Page: 182

View: 388

Beginning with an account of colour fundamentals and a history of colour theory, the author explores the four dimensions of colour and their application to compositions in various media. This book serves as a useful resource for painters, photographers, interior designers and craftspeople.

A Complete Guide to Creative Embroidery

A pen can encourage a more confident approach. Colour information may be added with pencils or any medium of your choice.

Author: Jan Beaney

Publisher: Batsford

ISBN: 1849942277

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 300

View: 902

'A Complete Guide to Creative Embroidery' illustrates a wealth of ideas from two internationally renowned embroiderers. It is divided into two sections: the first, 'Design to Embroider' by Jean Littlejohn develops ideas showing that anyone can design as well as decorate fabric and paper for embroidery. The second, 'Stitched Images' by Jan Beaney, illustrates how to colour fabric and combine this with stitchery. She then looks at ways of interpreting designs using applique, patchwork, quilting, and hand and machine embroidery. The final section gives guidance on selecting a theme. With the combined talents of two innovative embroiderers, this highly illustrated book is an inspiring source of colour, pattern, design, stitch and texture which will encourage embroiderers to create their own exciting and rewarding pieces.

Embroidery

Is it because they complement the colour of your skin , eyes or hair , or because they make you feel warm or confident ? Already you are using colour for a ...

Author: Ksynia Marko

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781850511410

Category: Embroidery

Page: 80

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Crewel Embroidery

I treated colouring in as a job: I was sure all those line drawings badly needed some colour and I had to help them. ... This gave me great confidence.

Author: Tatiana Popova

Publisher: SearchPress+ORM

ISBN: 1781266484

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 160

View: 790

Learn to create stunning needlecraft projects inspired by traditional fairy tales, including The Wizard of Oz, Karolcia, The Wild Swans, and Cinderella. This magical collection takes as its central theme a magnificent embroidery depicting the “Tree of Happiness.” Each part of the embroidery is then explored in detail through stitch diagrams, explanations of the threads used, and alternative ways of working. There are seven wonderful designs in total, each dedicated to one of Tatiana’s favorite fairy tales, and all illustrated with gorgeous photographs and informative diagrams. Over 90 stitches are described in the book, all worked using stranded cotton and cotton pearl thread rather than traditional crewel wool, which gives the embroideries a fresh, modern appeal. Whether you are new to embroidery or an experienced embroiderer looking for inspiration and expert guidance, Tatiana’s beautiful book is one you will turn to again and again. “Tatiana Popova is a major craftswoman in her art, and what she does is beautiful. She not only demonstrates the techniques of crewel, she simplifies and breakdown each design into small achievable parts.” —Postcard Reviews

Color and Design for Embroidery

Richard Box demystifies and simplifies the design process with a fifteen projects that cover a range of essential themes--"form, content, materials, development, and creativity.

Author: Richard Box

Publisher: Potomac Books Incorporated

ISBN: 9781574882728

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 124

View: 631

Richard Box demystifies and simplifies the design process with a fifteen projects that cover a range of essential themes--"form, content, materials, development, and creativity. The chapters are project-based and highly illustrated with drawings, paintings, and embroideries in order to provide the reader with accessible, digestible pieces of information. Box's book is ideal for embroidery students and those looking for design guidance. With the help of this authoritative and highly respected embroiderer and his stunning work, embroiderers will be able to design with confidence.

Wesleyan Methodist Magazine

with gray - crimson embroidery - sub- suggest to us that general and dued fire ... too , stint no colour . confidence , clustering and clamberHere are tiger ...

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Contemporary Embroidery Design

Make the important decisions about colour and design when you are feeling fresh ... decisions have been made the work can be carried out with confidence.

Author: Joan Nicholson

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

ISBN: 1473355303

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 156

View: 431

Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

Fairytale Quilts Embroidery

As confidence builds , use more colours and more complex shapes . Stencilling may be applied over white or offwhite as well as dyed fabrics .

Author: Gail Harker

Publisher: Rutland Group

ISBN: 9781853913846

Category: Embroidery

Page: 144

View: 223

Look in this book and you shall find the golden key to success -- a treasure trove of ideas, practical steps, techniques, tricks of the trade and inspiration to transform your quiltmaking and embroidery!

Australian Creative Machine Embroidery

For a flesh colour , mix white with a touch of red and yellow . ... which to begin to build up your confidence . when heat treated will become colour fast .

Author: Marilyn Townsend

Publisher: Lothian Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780850914351

Category: Art

Page: 64

View: 642


Smart Clothes and Wearable Technology

There are colour consultancies that offer a personal service to individuals to enhance their confidence in colour selection. Colour may be introduced ...

Author: Jane McCann

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 1845695666

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 484

View: 568

Smart clothes and wearable technology is a relatively novel and emerging area of interdisciplinary research within the fashion, textile, electronics and related industries. This book provides a comprehensive review of the end-user’s requirements and the technologies and materials available for the design and production of smart clothing. Part one looks at the design of smart clothing and wearable technology including the emergence of wearable computing, end-user requirements, and the design process from fibre selection to product launch. Part two examines the general requirements for merging of a range of textile structures with technology and communications for wearable technologies. Part three reviews the types of production technologies available for the development of smart clothing, including garment construction and fabric joining, and the final part discusses the application of these new technologies in smart clothing products and their presentation to consumers. Smart clothes and wearable technology is a unique and essential reference source for researchers, designers and engineers developing textiles and clothing products in this cross-disciplinary area. It is also beneficial for those in the healthcare industry and academics researching textiles, fashion and design. Examines this emerging area of textile research including a brief history and industry overview Assesses the technologies and materials available for the design and production of smart clothing Summarises requirements for smart textiles from both health and performance perspectives

Goldwork Embroidery

... and may push the gold threads out of line. As you gain confidence you may wish to bend this rule. Consider the colour: are you looking for a high contrast.

Author: Lizzy Pye

Publisher: The Crowood Press

ISBN: 1785006487

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 176

View: 404

Goldwork must be the most dramatic of the embroidered arts. The smallest addition of metal thread to a piece of embroidery can lend immediate visual impact, and yet the technique can also be beautifully subtle. A design stitched in goldwork will be rich in texture, shine and sparkle, and metal threads can be combined beautifully with other techniques. Aimed at guiding you through each stitch and technique, and with tips for moving on to your own designs, this book is full of practical instruction. With its high level of detail and over 600 photographs, it will be a treasured companion, whether you are a novice or an experienced embroiderer.

The Creative Arts in Palliative Care

If you wish you start something small to gain confidence, embroidery frames are ideal ... When it comes to steaming to fix the colours, you can't put a silk ...

Author: Nigel Hartley

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 9781846428029

Category: Medical

Page: 208

View: 808

Use of the arts in palliative care settings is a powerful and effective way of addressing the practical, psychological, social and spiritual issues faced by service users in end-of-life care. The Creative Arts in Palliative Care uncovers the possibilities for using the creative arts and provides guidance on how to implement arts projects successfully. Part 1 focuses on designing objectives for the creative arts in palliative care - such as self-fulfilment, social participation, diversion from pain and other common symptoms - and managing creative arts services. Part 2 demonstrates the theory and principles in practice, with detailed case studies: each chapter draws on a real-life project, the approaches it employed and the outcomes achieved. This book will be essential reading for healthcare professionals, arts practitioners and all those involved in providing palliative care services.