Reader's note

From the earliest times, faces and figures have been embroidered in a realistic way to record people and events, to tell a story, or to show a way of life. Here, Valerie Campbell-Harding suggests methods to help the embroiderer design faces and figures, including drawing, cut paper, stencils, silhouettes and shadows, and using sources such as ancient crafts, magazine and newspaper photographs, computer drawings, and heat maps. An insightful read for anyone looking into the history of embroidery, include a variety of methods used by different cultures over the course of history up until the modern day to help you learn the craft yourself.

Faces & Figures in Embroidery 1985

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Title: Faces & Figures in Embroidery

Author: Valerie Campbell-Harding

Publisher: Anchor Brendon Ltd.

Publication Date: 1985

Format: Paperback

This book is in good condition for its age other than some minor signs of wear, including stickers and an inscription on the opening pages.

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