3 edition of Historical needlework found in the catalog.
Margaret H. Swain
|Statement||by Margaret H. Swain.|
|LC Classifications||NK9743.A1 S95 1970b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 140 p.|
|Number of Pages||140|
|LC Control Number||76112879|
A needlework sampler is a piece of embroidery or cross-stitching produced as a 'specimen of achievement', demonstration or a test of skill in needlework. It often includes the alphabet, figures, motifs, decorative borders and sometimes the name of the person who embroidered it and the date. American Historical Review "Susan Frye's book is most fascinating in drawing out the histories and texts, both written and sewn, of less well-known women, and showing that they saw their needlework as equally articulate, valuable, and artful as their words."—.
The Scarlet Letter produces reproductions of the world's finest samplers, found in museums and private collections. Exquisite materials are assembled to recreate these masterpieces of needlework, and kits are complete with detailed instructions and stitch diagrams, enabling the modern needleworker to reproduce these pieces exactly as they were. Filed under: Needlework -- Patterns. Beeton's Book of Needlework: Consisting of Ladies' Lace Book, Crochet Patterns, Ornamental Needlework, Macrame Lace, Children's Fancy Book, Church Embroidery, Drawn Linen Work (London et al.: Ward, Lock, and Co., ca. ), by Mrs. Beeton (multiple formats at ) Filed under: Needlework -- Periodicals.
Patterns found online today are no good, the patterns in here are for real needleworkers. Great pictures. Note to downloaders: if using an e-reader, the file won't display properly, so just use it as PDF or else you won't get all or any of the : Tying needlework to magic makes explicit the implicit value of working with thread for women historically: a space, and a work of their own, through .
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Nice historical review of needlework in the Keystone state and a few lovely color prints but overall this is a guide for the antique dealer or collector and the not the practising needlewoman.
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Carefully packed and quickly sent. ha Color and b&w photos. A new and original approach to historical needlework in Great Britain.
Margaret Swain has long been engaged in research into the history of textiles, and has published many articles on the subject. She is an occasional consultant to the Textile Department of the Royal Scottish Cited by: 4. historical needlework books Elizabethan Stitches by Jacqui Carey is is subtitled A Guide to Historic English Needlework.
The author has Historical needlework book studied actual samples of needlework produced during the Elizabethan Era, and attempted to determine the techniques (many of which are different from techniques used in modern times) that produced them.
Here's a great textile and embroidery resource for anyone interested in historical embroidery, counted thread techniques, or costuming.
This site has it all - embroidery designs, fashion plates of historical costumes, and lots of interesting articles. Recommends it for: Antique Dealer, Needlework Historians Shelves: It's a nice book by an obviously interested scholar on the subject, but outside of 4/5.
Such stitch and pattern collections may have been assembled in a number of cultures where decorative needlework was widely practised. Early examples rarely survive, but the quality of the oldest surviving samplers suggests they were made by experienced hands, as well as children, (in many cultures learning needlework was an important part of a young girl's education).
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Swain, Margaret H. Historical needlework.
London, Barrie & Jenkins, (OCoLC) (shelved 1 time as history-of-needlework) avg rating — 69 ratings — published Want to Read saving. Though its initial publication was nearly years ago, the book continues to contain important research information for needlework scholars and collectors. Betty Anne Stokes, a Massachusetts Dame, oversaw the project for 20 years until her death at age 90 in September BLOG - techniques, historical stories, needlework tutors.
Wemyss School of Needlework, Main Street, Coaltown-of-Wemyss, Fife, KY1 4NX, Scotland [email protected] Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schiffer, Margaret Berwind.
Historical needlework of Pennsylvania. New York, Scribner  (OCoLC) Designers & Publishers: Historical Sampler Company This page may not contain all items available from Historical Sampler Company.
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Let Virtue Be a Guide to Thee A limited number of. Monograms of any kind where usually worked in this fashion, too. So, for historical costuming, it is an incredibly useful, and beautiful, technique to know.
When I first researched this kind of embroidery on-line, I came across the most awesome needlework book from the Victorian era: the “Encyclopedia of Needlework” by Thérèse de Dillmont.
Period - this section lists info by historical period: 7thth Century; 11th Century; 12th Century; 13th Century; 14th Century; 15th Century; 16th Century; Techniques - this section is broken into the following areas: Stitches - lists and demonstrates what stitches were used, when and where.
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historical needlework resources: Sweete Bags. Book or sweete bag, late 16th C. Background "Sweete Bags" were produced during the Elizabethan period of English history. They were often given as gifts themselves or they were used as container for gifts, such as gold coins. They are some.
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