Patchwork Loves Embroidery Too - 14 Delightful Handmade Treasures

by Gail Pan
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B1450

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Best-selling author Gail Pan returns with a new collection of designs that are a dream to embroider and a delight to admire! Inspired by Gail's daily walks, an abundance of sweet motifs includes bees and bunnies, houses and hearts, and her signature bird, leaf, and vine stitcheries.

New to embroidery? Learn just eight simple stitches to create any project in the book. Choose from a pillow, pouch, pincushion, and tote, plus wall hangings, table toppers, and sewing-related items. Enjoy your finished projects at home or give them as gifts--you'll want to make them all!


Author:
by Gail Pan
Size:
8.375" x 10.875"
Format Description:
full color, softcover
Pages:
80
Product Code:
B1450
ISBN:
9781604689006
Publication Date:
April 2nd, 2018
Return Info:
This title accepted for returns only in resale condition
Gail's embroidery designs are simple yet charming. You do not need to be a master embroiderer to make one of them because only 8 simple embroidery stitches are used throughout the book. Should you need help, they are well explained in the General Instructions section. Her designs will add liveness, whimsy, and a touch of color to any home regardless of the season as Patchwork Loves Embroidery Too has motifs related to gardening, sewing, Christmas, Fall and more. The book has a total of 14 beautiful projects with Gail's signature embroidery creations beckoning us to put our feet up and relax with needle and thread. I have already started my project!
Please, sell also in pdf.
I love the works the Gail, are beautiful!

Thanks for your comment, Margarida - when the book is published in April 2018, it will be available as a pdf also! --Martingale customer service
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Gail Pan

Gail Pan lives on the outskirts of Melbourne, Australia, at the foot of the beautiful Dandenong Ranges (a series of low, verdant mountain ranges). Growing up in a home where sewing was always an important part of life, it was only natural that she tried every craft there was. She has always had some kind of project in the works.

In 2003, at the encouragement of friends who were opening a patchwork business, Gail began to design and release her own patterns. She's been designing ever since and has also branched out into designing fabric. Gail teaches all over the world and gets great satisfaction from sharing her love of needle and thread.

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