Hand-Stitched Home

Harper Collins
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Hand-Stitched Home

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Hand-Stitched Home:

  • Caroline Zoob's Hand-Stitched Home includes more than twenty striking and elegant embroidery designs for the home, including embellishments for dining chair covers, bed linens, window treatments, seat cushions, and more.
  • Paperback
  • 144 pages

Measurements: 8¼" x 9¾"

Care: Wipe with a dry cloth

Published: June 18, 2013

Official book description:

Caroline Zoob's Hand-Stitched Home includes more than twenty striking and elegant embroidery designs for the home, including embellishments for dining chair covers, bed linens, window treatments, seat cushions, and more. Attention to simplicity and calm is what makes Caroline Zoob one of the most talented and creative designers in embroidery. Her work is utterly distinctive and in this book she shares her inspirations and techniques. The flexible approach of Hand-Stitched Home allows the reader to complete the full projects and explore different stitches and inspirations to create completely personal and original pieces. The book also includes detailed instructions for all of the projects, including special needlework methods the author has devised herself.

Material: Paper

Care: Wipe with a dry cloth

Brand: Harper Collins

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