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by Pamela Warner

ePub Miniature Embroidery For The Georgian Dolls' House download
Author:
Pamela Warner
ISBN13:
978-1861081360
ISBN:
1861081367
Language:
Publisher:
Guild of Master Craftsman (June 30, 2000)
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Subcategory:
Crafts & Hobbies
ePub file:
1556 kb
Fb2 file:
1990 kb
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
387

Stitch miniature masterpieces for an authentic-looking Georgian dolls' house! .

Stitch miniature masterpieces for an authentic-looking Georgian dolls' house! These magnificent needlework designs. They are also versatile - I have items made from this book in all of my houses, which include an 1830s Sydney mansion, an Australian Victorian decorated to the Federation (1900) era, a modern Melbourne townhouse, a San Francisco Victorian with Arts & Crafts interiors and an English Georgian mansion! The projects range from simple crewelwork cushions that will take an hour to gorgeous carpets that may take months to complete.

Start by marking Miniature Embroidery For The Georgian Dolls' . I found more interesting projects and designs in this book than in the Victorian version.

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Miniature Embroidery Georgian Doll House & 3 MORE BOOKS. Great designs, superb illustrations and terrific instructions. Recommended! This item doesn't belong on this page. Thanks, we'll look into this. Additional site navigation.

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Good: A book that has been read, but is in good condition. Minimal damage to the book cover eg. scuff marks, but no holes or tears. If this is a hard cover, the dust jacket may be missing. Binding has minimal wear. The majority of pages are undamaged with some creasing or tearing, and pencil underlining of text, but this is minimal. No highlighting of text, no writing in the margins, and no missing pages. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions– opens in a new window or tab.

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Whether you are completing your doll house in the early or late Victorian, Edwardian, Arts and Crafts, or Art Nouveau style, you will enjoy making beautiful carpets, rugs, curtains, cushions, linens, screens, pictures as well as samplers, and other decorative items. Information on framing, transferring designs, bonding methods, coloring techniques, and finishing methods, as well as a handy, illustrated stitch glossary, complete this helpful resource.

Miniature Embroidery for the Georgian Dolls' House. Miniature Interiors: Inspirational Source Book of Interior Design for Dolls' Houses. Miniature Embroidery for the Tudor & Stuart Dolls' House. Miniature embroidery for the Victorian dolls' house. Miniature Iron-on Transfer Patterns for Dollhouses, Dolls and Small Projects.

Pamela, Warner Miniature Embroidery for the Tudor & Stuart Dolls' House. ISBN 13: 9781861082176.

Stitch miniature masterpieces for an authentic-looking Georgian dolls' house! These magnificent needlework designs, based on actual accessories and furnishings, have been simplified for small-scale sewing, and appear in the popular 1/12" size. 40 projects include carpets, bedcovers, hangings, curtains, cushions, screens, samplers, chair covers, footstools, and pictures, all with full-color charts or stitch diagrams, suggestions for alternative fabrics, and a table of approximate sizes and thread count for easy conversion to 1/24" scale. 192 pages (all in color), 8 1/4 x 10 3/4.
  • Came in very good condition, as described. My mother loved it!

  • This is a really nice book for doll house and miniature enthusiasts who enjoy needlework. It offers inspirational ideas for your miniature project.

    Lisa

  • Thank you!Everything is great!All accurately and quickly!It was nice to talk to!

  • I went to my local Library, looking for any books they might have in miniature Dolls' House scales. Flipping thru the book...and I instantly knew I had to take this book home!...I renewed this book several times before the guilt of hoarding the book overtook me, reluctantly returning the book to the Library.

    I have successfully completed several of the projects, with very happy results!
    It has given me many hours of enjoyment. I can't wait to own my "Own" copy!

    Easy to follow, step by step instructions and full color diagrams. A short description of each project, gives you the "real life" uses, further explaining "Why" and "When" the item came from.
    It's amazing how much research the Author conveys in every word written! It would take a lifetime! Beautiful projects easily adapted to any miniature scale projects the reader is inspired to accomplish. (Tonya)

  • Given that the Regency period (Australian Colonial where I'm from) is my favourite, perhaps my opinion is completely biased. But out of all of Warner's excellent books, this one is my favourite. I believe it has designs of greater variety than her others and they are truly beautiful. They are also versatile - I have items made from this book in all of my houses, which include an 1830s Sydney mansion, an Australian Victorian decorated to the Federation (1900) era, a modern Melbourne townhouse, a San Francisco Victorian with Arts & Crafts interiors and an English Georgian mansion! The projects range from simple crewelwork cushions that will take an hour to gorgeous carpets that may take months to complete.
    Warner uses DMC threads, popular amongst most miniaturists - except for me, and I have found the patterns straightforward to adapt to my preferred Danish Flower Thread, Gumnut Yarn Daisies and DMC Medici, as Warner does not use an enormous colour range of similar hues. She does, however, use enough colours to maintain the detail and give a convincing miniaturisation of full-size items. This also means that most stitchers with limited experience can attempt these patterns assured of turning out a quality piece of needlework. Although sizings are given for fabric of different counts, I have found the carpet designs don't work as well on the 32 (or finer) counts I prefer - the finished carpets end up the size of mats, rather than the area rugs the designs are quite clearly meant to be. So if you are comfortable working in, say, 20, 22 and 24 count, these patterns are perfect for you. The wide variety of projects - curtains, bed and wall hangings, cushions, carpets and footstools are some - means that everyone is bound to find something they feel confident to tackle.

  • This is my first time order the miniature books from here , normally , I read the miniature books from Japanese issue . But after I received the books from here . I changed my mind at all ! Especially this book give me many many wonderful idea to make the quilt , rug , carpet ..etc I love it at all ! Don't miss it ! U will love this book ever !