Learn from one of the best – Trish Burr shares embroidery methods that have worked for her over the years in her latest book Whitework with Colour.
The flexibility of whitework with colour has opened the door to a whole new world of possibilities. There are no limits to the subjects one can stitch, and readers will find nestled among the pages a wide variety of projects which will entice them to stitch. There are seventeen projects in the book, ranging from complete beginner to more advanced. No special skills are required but a little practice will go a long way in helping stitchers to master the technique. Trish believes colour is the key to any successful piece of embroidery so has used quite unusual colour combinations and stitched some of the projects in more than one colourway to show how different the same design can look when stitched in other shades. 240 pages.
Book Contents Acknowledgements, Introduction, Did you know?, Materials, Preparation, Colour, Stitches, The Projects: Level one project: Starter Flower; Level two projects: Young at heart, Zebra mini, Wise owl mini; Level three projects: Royal owl, Summer in a teacup, Hummingbird, Lion king, Casablanca, Cinnabar, Zen poppy, A river runs through it, Sunrise over the ocean, Doodle bug, Dragonfly and flowers, Thandiswa, French country vase; Supplies.