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Simply Stitched with Appliqué: Embroidery Motifs and Projects with Linen, Cotton and Felt (Hardware Included) (Paperback)

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Embroidery artist Yumiko Higuchi offers modern makers a fresh new spin on her beloved designs by combining embroidery stitches with hand appliqu . Learn how to use felt, cotton, and linen to create beautifully layered designs full of texture and contrast, then embellish with just a handful of basic embroidery stitches. With over 30 motifs inspired by nature, you'll find designs for hydrangeas, sunflowers, lilacs, tulips, poppies, birds, bees, strawberries, and more. Use these motifs to create any of the sophisticated bags, pincushions, coasters, tea towels, and wall art projects included in the book, or be inspired to design your own. Step-by-step color photos illustrate Higuchi's favorite tips and techniques for transferring designs, appliqu ing motifs, and embellishing with embroidery stitches. Full-size templates and easy-to-follow instructions are included for each design, so you can get started stitching straight away. Full of beautiful photos and simple, yet striking designs, Simply Stitched with Appliqu is an endless source of inspiration, making it a must-have for every stitcher, quilter, and modern maker.

About the Author

After attending art school and working as a handbag designer, Yumiko Higuchi launched her career as an embroidery artist in 2008. She is the author of multiple embroidery books and is very active on social media. She resides in Tokyo, Japan. You can visit her website at

Product Details
ISBN: 9781940552323
ISBN-10: 194055232X
Publisher: Zakka Workshop
Publication Date: September 11th, 2017
Pages: 112
Language: English
Series: Hardware Included
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