Redwork embroidery is a such a nice craft to do while watching TV and take along on trips. It doesn't take a lot of supplies to get started and the stitches are easy to learn for those new to this craft. Author Loyce Saxton as done a wonderful job with the 16 Sunbonnet Sue embroidery designs she has created. Your customer will enjoy these delightful nostalgic designs from a time when the pace was slower. This book includes all 16 embroidery designs on iron-on transfer sheets as well as the same designs placed on papers for the customer to trace. Your customer can choose which transfer to use - iron-on transferring or tracing. True added value! To avoid bleeding on the transfer sheets, there is a white sheet between each iron-on transfer sheet. The order the designs is tracing design (on the white sheet) then transfer design (on the iron-on transfer sheet). The 10 projects in this book are beautifully photographed and include easy-to-follow instructions. The Redwork Basics section in the front of the book is very informative giving general instructions to aid to the customer and there is also a stitch guide included. Embroidery is a such a nice craft to do while watching TV and take along on trips. It doesn't take a lot of supplies to get started and the stitches are easy to learn for those new to this craft.Über den Autor:
Loyce Saxton has been designing embroidery patterns for the past 16 years. She lives with her husband in Oregon, where she was born and raised, and loves the mountains and trees that surround her home. The ladies of her family have sewed for generations, and when Loyce was a little girl, her mother would bring out a box of thread, buttons, fabric, beads, felt, pins and needles, and just let her play. Most of what she made were doll clothes. She has been sewing since then. She not only made quilts, but she sewed clothes for herself and for her children. If she's sewing, she's happy. As a wife and mother of three she kept busy with family life until the children were almost grown. Then, with nobody to sew for, she began Yesterday's Charm, a pattern company specializing in hand embroidery and quilting patterns. She was always encouraged to be creative, and the sewing treasures of her mother's are now hers. Those sewing-room treasures were the inspiration for her business. She is always inspired by the past and is constantly searching for new and fresh ideas. You can see her full collection of patterns online at www.yesterdayscharm.com. This is Loyce's first pattern book she is the sole designer of. Loyce has published many designs with Annie's.
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