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Bargello Stitch

A Pattern Directory for Dramatic Needlepoint

; Lynsey Angell

Part of bargello's appeal lies in the simplicity of using a single stitch in a repeating pattern that is only ever worked vertically or horizontally. The technique lends itself to dramatic, wavelike designs in exciting, gradated colourways (think Missoni) that can be used for pillows, bags, belts and purses. Les mer
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Vår pris: 166,-

(Paperback)
Leveringstid: Sendes innen 7 virkedager
På grunn av Brexit-tilpasninger og tiltak for å begrense covid-19 kan det dessverre oppstå forsinket levering.

Om boka

Part of bargello's appeal lies in the simplicity of using a single stitch in a repeating pattern that is only ever worked vertically or horizontally. The technique lends itself to dramatic, wavelike designs in exciting, gradated colourways (think Missoni) that can be used for pillows, bags, belts and purses.



This new pattern collection brings bargello stitch designs bang up to date offering fresh contemporary colour stories: brights and clashes, muted fades, contrasts, complementary colours, zesty neons and metallic rainbows.



Includes 40 design samples graded from easy to advanced, easy-to-read charts, patterns for edges and borders for smart finishes, ideas for bringing texture using fancy flosses, and a freestyling collection that mixes several techniques on one canvas.

Fakta

Innholdsfortegnelse

Meet Laura and Lynsey (the Bargello Sisters)

Chapter One: A Brief History and Introduction

Chapter Two: Tools and Materials Needed

Chapter Three: The Stitches

Chapter Four: The Design

Easy

Intermediate

Advanced

Edging and Borders

Textural Canvas Work

Using Fancy and Alternative Yarns

Freestyling

Index



Om forfatteren

Laura Angell is a visual artist originally from Sheffield, UK, now living and working in Ireland. She has exhibited her work across the UK and Ireland and gives workshops teaching adults and teenagers how to do Bargello. Her practice often involves using crafting techniques from the past and giving them a contemporary twist. Her sister Lynsey Angell is a crafter, maker and writer. She supports various artists as an assistant. Follow them on Instagram @bargello_sisters.