Edgy Embroidery

Transform Conventional Stitches into 25 Unconventional Designs

Author: Renee Rominger

Publisher: Page Street Publishing


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 160

View: 521

Bold Designs That Don't Follow the Rules Embroidery isn’t just florals anymore, it’s a moth with pinned wings, an old haunted house on a hill or a cow skull with a flower crown. You won’t find “home sweet home” here, but you will find “Can U Not” or “Don’t Be A Prick.” Renee Rominger, founder of Moonrise Whims, designs projects for a new generation. And whether you just started and need a solid foundation, or you’re an expert looking to enhance your art, Edgy Embroidery will teach you something new, fun and easy. Renee not only shows you how to conquer basic techniques, but also how to create more complex stitches like her unique Moonrise Roses. With pattern templates, detailed stitch tutorials and instructions on how to complete each design, every one of these 25 projects will be wall-worthy. This is definitely not your grandmother’s embroidery.

Everyday Embroidery for Modern Stitchers

50 Iron-On Designs; 15 Projects Anyone Can Make

Author: Megan Eckman

Publisher: Stash Books


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 128

View: 453

Sew 15 edgy and fun embroidered projects. Mix and match 50 designs on accessories and decor, personalizing jackets and shoes. Download embroidery patterns to print, or use the iron-on transfers.

Stitch, Dissolve, Distort with Machine Embroidery

Author: Valerie Campbell-Harding

Publisher: Interweave


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 128

View: 773

Featuring new and exciting techniques on how to dissolve, melt, and distort fabric both before and after stitching, this guide explores the evolving and innovative materials that are introduced into the textile market and instructs fiber artists how to use them creatively and effectively. Whether dissolving, melting, punching, slashing, or distorting textiles, crafters can achieve fascinating effects using the handbook's easy-to-follow steps, design tips, and diagrams. The book's organization around three themes--stitch, dissolve, and distort--allows experienced embroiderers to easily incorporate fresh ideas into their favorite stitching styles.

The Modern Embroidery Workshop

With over 20 contemporary projects

Author: Lauren Holton

Publisher: Ilex Press


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 208

View: 792

Get back to embroidery-stitch basics and sample a collection of over 50 edgy motifs, patterns and projects, ideal for novices through to experienced embroiderers. Bursting with colour and character, this book and its projects boast a seriously eyecatching aesthetic. Easy-to-follow instructions accompany each colorful design, and you'll find customization tips and guidance on creating your own palette to make the work truly your own. Discover imaginative ideas on every theme to wear, display and gift, ranging from simple collar additions, such as sprig motifs and abstract patterns, to intricate interior scenes and moody landscapes.

The Demon Collector

Author: Jon Mayhew

Publisher: A&C Black


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 432

View: 742

Edgy Taylor sees demons. They walk among us, masquerading as humans, but he can see through their disguises. So when Edgy discovers the Royal Society for Daemonologie, he hopes that at last he will find some clue to the origins of his mysterious ability. Within the Society's ancient walls are the answers to many secrets. And when Edgy joins their expedition to the Arctic Circle, he sails through icy seas towards the darkest secret of all . . .

Things to Make and Mend

Author: Ruth Thomas

Publisher: Faber & Faber


Category: Fiction

Page: 272

View: 766

At fifteen, Sally Tuttle and Rowena Cresswell were firm friends, until a shocking event changed their lives. Now in their late thirties, they are estranged, both single mothers, both haunted with memories of their intense friendship. Sally is an embroiderer, a needlewoman ("the homelier sister of Wonderwoman"), who works at In Stitches, a repairs shop in East Grinstead. When she wins an embroidery prize and is invited to a conference in Edinburgh to deliver an embroidery lecture, she has to leave her teenage daughter Pearl alone and step into a new role - lecturer, prize-winner. Rowena Cresswell is in Edinburgh too, helping her son move out of his student accommodation. This beautifully woven, perfectly pitched story of two women caught in the shadow of their teenage years will stay in the hearts of readers long after they put it down.

Early Days in the Range of Light

Encounters with Legendary Mountaineers

Author: Daniel Arnold

Publisher: Catapult


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 433

View: 727

It's 1873. Gore-Tex shells and aluminum climbing gear are a century away, but the high mountains still demand your attention. Imagine the stone in your hands and thousands of feet of open air below you, with only a wool jacket to weather a storm and no rope to catch a fall. Daniel Arnold did more than imagine he spent three years retracing the steps of his climbing forefathers, and in Early Days in the Range of Light, he tells their riveting stories. From 1864 to 1931, the Sierra Nevada witnessed some of the most audacious climbing of all time. In the spirit of his predecessors, Arnold carried only rudimentary equipment no ropes, no harness, no specialized climbing shoes. Sometimes he left his backpack and sleeping bag behind as well, and, like John Muir, traveled for days with only a few pounds of food rolled into a sack slung over his shoulder. In an artful blend of history, biography, nature, and adventure writing, Arnold brings to life the journeys and the terrain traveled. In the process he uncovers the motivations that drove an extraordinary group of individuals to risk so much for airy summits and close contact with bare stone and snow.

Fibre2Fashion - Textile Magazine - September 2018

Author: Fibre2Fashion

Publisher: Fibre2Fashion


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 138

View: 813

Since 2004, alarming findings about microplastics in the oceans have been multiplying at a rate too high for comfort. Much of the microplastics are microfibres, almost all of which come from clothing. These microplastics/microfibres are finding their way back into the human food chain through fishes and even water. The September 2018 issue of Fibre2Fashion explores at length the subject of microfibres. What you can also read is an analysis of the recent import duty hike by the Indian government, Q&A on the Clean Fibre Initiative and Asmara Group and other regular features. Fibre2Fashion magazine—the print venture of Fibre2Fashion.com since 2011—is circulated among a carefully-chosen target audience globally, and reaches the desks of top management and decision-makers in the textiles, apparel and fashion industry. As one of India's leading industry magazines for the entire textile value chain, Fibre2Fashion Magazine takes the reader beyond the mundane headlines, and analyses issues in-depth.

Art Brut

The Origins of Outsider Art

Author: Lucienne Peiry

Publisher: Flammarion


Category: Art

Page: 318

View: 824

Money management may very well be the most important piece of the trading puzzle. In A Trader's Money Management System, expert Bennett McDowell provides time-tested techniques that can turn a losing trader into a winning one'and take the winning trader to an entirely new level. In revealing his personal approach to staying out of trouble in the financial markets and maximizing profits, he offers comprehensive insights into: The psychology of risk control as well as the finer aspects of setting stop-loss exits The value of managing trade size and consistent record keeping The process of putting together your own personal money management system Unlike other books that focus on the complex mathematical theories behind money management, this book presents its system in straightforward, easy-to-understand terms that will allow you to quickly see how these concepts work and immediately benefit from the value of effectively managing risk.

Tim Gunn: The Natty Professor

A Master Class on Mentoring, Motivating, and Making It Work!

Author: Tim Gunn

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: Self-Help

Page: 272

View: 436

A timeless book of lessons on mentorship, teaching, and learning from New York Times bestselling author Tim Gunn, host of the Emmy Award–nominated Project Runway and the reality show Under the Gunn. Tim Gunn, America’s favorite reality TV cohost, is known for his kind but firm approach in providing wisdom, guidance, and support to the scores of design hopefuls on Project Runway. Having begun his fashion career as a teacher at Parsons The New School for Design, Tim knows more than a thing or two about mentorship and how to convey invaluable pearls of wisdom in an approachable, accessible manner. While Gunn’s Golden Rules showcased Tim “as life coach,” imparting lessons based on his personal experiences, Tim Gunn: The Natty Professor will focus on Tim “as teacher.” Divided into sections on common themes—truth-telling, empathy, asking, cheerleading, and hoping for the best—this practical, timely book takes us on a journey through life lessons and uses Tim’s own personal experiences, from the classroom to the therapist’s office, to illustrate larger concepts. Says Bette Midler of Tim Gunn: The Natty Professor, “This book is as smart and fashionable as Tim Gunn himself, and it’s teeming with surprising, moving, and often hilarious stories about teaching, learning, and life. I loved it!” So grab a pencil and start taking notes: class is officially in session!