Breeze through the seasons with these gorgeous needlework projects. Skip down the primrose path in spring; stitch a golden trout pond for the dog days of summer; enjoy a bountiful harvest in autumn; and delight in winter decked out for all its festivities. Line drawings for every stitch makes them a cinch--tent-continental, straight, outline, backstitch, long loose, French knot, star, binding, and slip. A few more techniques and you're ready to tackle any of the 25 glorious projects. ". . . this is an addition to your library not to be missed."--McCall's Needlework. 112 pages (all in color), 8 1/2 x 11.
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Today the name of the Kooler Design Studio is synonymous with quality designs from Linda Gillum, Nancy Rossi, Barbara Baatz, Jorja Hernandez, Sandy Orton, Holly DeFount, Deanna Hall West and Donna Kooler. These designs are in demand all over the world and are regularly featured in magazines, books, leaflets and kits.From Booklist:
The "glorious" descriptor in the title might be a bit presumptuous, since Kaffe Fassett "owns" it in his series of stitchery books. Nonetheless, Kooler and crew have developed 25 projects definitely worth a stitch or two. Most of the patterns will appeal to those with conservative, realism-in-needlepoint preferences, such as cabbage roses and hen and chicks; but all are executed in exquisite detail with appropriate subtle color demarcations. In addition to charts of Persian yarns needed and finished sizes and four-color graphs to follow, each pattern includes finishing instructions. Nothing extraordinary, but everything in good taste. Metric equivalency chart appended. Barbara Jacobs
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