by Trish Burr
Based on her experience with long and short stitch shading over the years, the author provides a greater awareness of how colour affects our embroidery and what brings it to life.
Each aspect is clearly illustrated and includes tools for selecting colours that enhance our embroidery, why some shades blend better than others, and the importance of contrast with light and shadow.
Colour Confidence for Embroidery is the first of its kind on this subject and a valuable resource for any embroiderer. Although based on long and short stitch shading the principles could be applied to any surface or counted thread embroidery.
by Susan Briscoe Sashiko means 'little stab' in Japanese, which accurately describes the simple running...
The classic guide revised by Jan Eaton This reference book was first published in 1934...
10 charming embroidery projects with templates by Katrina Witten of Rowendean Embroidery
8 Sashiko sewing projects for the modern home by Susan Briscoe