Stitches from the Harvest - Hand Embroidery Inspired by Autumn

by Kathy Schmitz
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B1417

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Fifteen all-new embroidery projects await your needle and thread, each inspired by the warm colors and welcoming textures of autumn. Stitch jaunty squirrels, whimsical birds, and a bevy of fall fruit and leaves to bedeck elegant little projects, including a pillow, tote bag, table runner, needle book, pincushion, and more. Clear instructions, helpful tips, and beautiful original artwork make Stitches from the Harvest a source of inspiration you'll turn to again and again.


Author:
by Kathy Schmitz
Size:
8.375" x 10.875"
Format Description:
full color, softcover
Pages:
80
Product Code:
B1417
ISBN:
9781604688634
Publication Date:
September 6th, 2017
Return Info:
This title accepted for returns only in resale condition
Stitches From the Harvest is a beautiful collection of stitchery inspired by Autumn - its colors, its textures, our memories. Using cream backgrounds in various shapes, Kathy translates her childhood memories of this time of year into easy to stitch vignettes: the beautiful but simple stitches are described and well illustrated at the end of the book - all the help we need to reproduce her designs and imprint onto fabric our own favorite symbols of Autumn.

I love how Kathy uses stitches to add depth to her designs much as she does when painting and drawing. Her palette brings inside all the warm colors from outdoors, something we will appreciate when the ground is white, the houses are surrounded by brown, black, and grey sticks, and the sky can't decide between grey or white.

Stitches from the Harvest has 15 projects to help you relax and create - a delicious and calorie-free recipe for makers regardless of our crafty inclinations.
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Kathy Schmitz

Kathy Schmitz made her first quilt at age 13 on her grandmother's treadle sewing machine. She grew up drawing, painting, and sewing, and went on to become a graphic designer. In 2002 she founded Kathy Schmitz Studio, and her illustrations were a huge success. Kathy has designed fabric for Moda since 2002 and has had her own pattern company since 2007. See the latest at KathySchmitz.com.

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