6 edition of Traditional Irish Embroidery (Mountmellick Work) found in the catalog.
January 9, 2005 by Mercier .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||144|
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Irish Traditional Embroidery is a highly illustrated and easy to follow book for that caters for both the beginner and the skilled embroiderer written by an Irish teacher of the craft. The book covers a craft with growing worldwide interest from the actual embroidery through to the care of the finished work and is divided into four main 5/5(1).
This book is a great introduction to the traditional Irish embroidery. It tells some of the history, has many great patterns that you can trace and transfer, and a fairly good stitch guide. The stitch guide could be better but if you already know how to embroider you should have no difficulty/5(17).
Irish Traditional Embroidery is a highly illustrated and easy to follow book for that caters for both the beginner and the skilled embroiderer written by an Irish teacher of the craft.
The book covers a craft with growing worldwide interest from the actual embroidery through to the care of the finished work and is divided into four main Format: Paperback. Traditional Irish Embroidery is a white on white style, with texture in the stitching.
The book covers every aspect of the craft from the actual embroidery through to care of the finished work and is divided into 4 main sections: A. Getting started. Stitch Directory C.
Patterns D. Finishing Techniques. Genre/Form: Patterns: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Counahan, Sandra. Traditional Irish embroidery. Douglas Village, Cork: Mercier, The Royal School of Needlework teaches hand embroidery to the highest standard, developing techniques in new and innovative ways.
Written by expert RSN Graduate Apprentices and endorsed by the RSN Clear step-by-step stitch guides, examples of Reviews: Traditional Irish Embroidery is a white on white style, with texture in the stitching.
The book covers every aspect of the craft from the actual embroidery through to care of the finished work and is divided into 4 main sections: A.
Getting started. Reviews: 2. Traditionally, Irish patchwork comprise of two layers the top and the backing stitched together with wave or chevron patterns.
The early patchwork introduced in Ireland were similar, it seems the Irish carried on this tradition, handing it down from generation to generation. Machine Embroidery: "w x "h | "w x "h | "w x "h | "w x "h | "w x "h | Hand Embroidery Sale Divine Femme - Morrigan.
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Some are quite charming and would adapt well into redwork and other surface techniques. This has proved to be an invaluable resource, and many of the patterns found in the trunk were included in the publication Mountmellick Work: Irish White Embroidery by American Jane Houston-Almqvist.
At classes today the old trunk is brought out and the original patterns copied and taken away. Traditional Irish Embroidery is a white on white style, with texture in the stitching. The book covers every aspect of the craft from the actual embroidery through to care of the finished work and is divided into 4 main sections: A.
Getting started. "Traditional Irish Traditional Irish Embroidery book Mountmellick Work" by Sandra Counahan. Mercier Press, Ireland. ISBN "Beginner's Guide to Mountmellick Embroidery", by Pat Trott. Search Press, UK.
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The folio edition contains the sumptuous book and a bonus pack of iron on transfers for the projects, together in a beautiful hardcover binder.
Read More. Iron on transfers. Please note these are for optional use and tracing outlines are also provided. This book is about artists who use certain industrial embroidery machines that the average crafter or textile artist has no access to.
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