Beaded Embellishment Techniques and Designs for Embroidering on Cloth by Amy C. Clarke, Robin Atkins
  

Synopsis

Beaded Embellishment Techniques and Designs for Embroidering on Cloth by Amy C. Clarke, Robin Atkins

Rich on history and technique, this definitive work by two leading beadworkers offers the first comprehensive look at the vast opportunities for self-expression with bead embroidery. Fabrics of all kinds - woven, non-woven, patterned, and plain, come together with beads of all kinds - seed, bugle, art, and novelty. The result is 10 stunning projects that both instruct and inspire. Four basic foundation stitches and their variations are illustrated in careful detail, and useful tricks of the trade abound for developing pattern and image. A colorful gallery of work by contemporary bead artists offers numerous ideas to inspire your own creations.

Reviews

It is timely for needlepointers, since beads have taken a significant place in canvas designs. - Needle Pointers

There are photos of 9/11 Bead Quilt depicting facets of bead use. This book ranks some of my highest marks. - Mat Su Valley Bead Society of Alaska

This work by two leading beadworkers offers the first comprehensive look at opportunities for self-expression with beads on cloth. - The Bead Bugle

About the Author

Amy C. Clarke is the editor of Spin-Off magazine. She holds an MFA in fiber arts, and her work is widely exhibited and published. She lives in Loveland, Colorado. Robin Atkins, a nationally-known beadwork teacher, is the author of One Bead at a Time (Tiger Press). She lives on San Juan Island, Washington.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Amy C. Clarke, Robin Atkins
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Publisher

Interweave Press Inc

Publication date

1st October 2002

ISBN

9781931499125


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