6 edition of Embroidered Textiles: Traditional Patterns from Five Continents found in the catalog.
by Thames & Hudson
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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Embroidery has been practiced for thousands of years across the continents. In the West, traditions have been at the mercy of trade and fashion, but in much of the rest of the world, embroidery continues to be rooted in ancient beliefs and book is the first to examine in detail the symbolism of the motifs and designs that give life to these marvelous textiles/5(7).
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[Sheila Paine] -- "The art of embroidery has been practiced for thousands of years. In the West, traditions have been at the mercy of trade and fashion, but in other regions embroidery continues to be rooted in. Embroidered textiles: traditional patterns from five continents: with a worldwide guide to identification.
The book itself is wonderful. The illustrations and text are excellent. My copy has dozens of sticky notes all over it to draw my attention back to a particular picture of piece of text that took my fancy - you know how it is. I have a wall of books on hand embroidery, traditional costumes and patterns, and this one at the moment is my s: This book introduces and explores textiles from Afghanistan from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, including the remarkable embroidery of the surrounding regions of Pashtun, Tajik, Hazara, Baluch, Lakai Uzbek and Turkmen, reflecting the nomadic heritage of the area.
The embroidered items range from dowry goods, precious holders for personal possessions, lovely costumes and items for the. Embroidered Textiles: Traditional Patterns from Five Continents. Other suggested resources Resources have not been through the Cambridge quality assurance process but have been found to provide useful support for the syllabus.
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Incorporates material originally published in in Embroidered textiles: traditional patterns from five continents. This updated and expanded edition published in hardcover in Description: pages: illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm: Contents. This book includes step by step instructions and patterns for fifteen modern embroidery projects.
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The first pattern books were printed on the Continent and imported into England (bis(1–48)). The first English pattern book was published in the s, though the earlier examples are almost entirely copied from German and Italian works.
Embroidery technology is based on the same principle as a sewing machine. A sewing machine uses two threads, an upper one and a lower one, running along the top and bottom of the processed fabric (base material) in order to generate lock stitches (Figure ).The stitches are made by winding the upper thread around the lower thread.
Embroidered textiles: traditional patterns from five continents with a worldwide guide to identification: ISBN () Hardcover, Thames & Hudson, Embroidery from Afghanistan (Fabric Folios).
The book showcases more than full colour photographs, including images of embroidered textiles from traditional costumes (Image reproduced by. Shop C&T now for hundreds of creative quilting, sewing & embroidery books, patterns, gifts and products. Expertly edited and written by leading designers.
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