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Beetons Book Of Needlework

Illus. (2 col.) incl. col. title-page and plate, and patterns (some folding) Rutt 5 A full bibliographic record is available from the University of. Book from Project Gutenberg: Beeton's Book of Needlework. Beeton's Book of Needlework, by Isabella Beeton, published in , Home, Preface, Table of contents, Chapters I - 16, is a classic reference book for all.

Download as many audiobooks, ebooks, language audio courses, and language e-workbooks as you want during the FREE trial and it's all yours to keep even if you cancel during the FREE trial. The service works on any major device including computers, smartphones, music players, e-readers, and tablets. No restrictions. Book Excerpt:. Double Overcast Stitch. After having traced the outline begin to work from left to right; fasten the cotton with a few stitches, hold it with the thumb of the left hand under the outline, insert the needle downwards above the outline, draw it out under the same above the cotton which you hold in the left hand, and draw it up. Repeat for all the stitches in the same manner; they must be regular and lie close to one another. Great care should be taken that the material on which you embroider is not puckered. The stitch is worked in the same way as the double overcast, only the needle must never be drawn out above, but below, the cotton with which y. Read More Community Reviews 5. Now, don't think you'll actually learn how to knit or crochet easily, because this isn't for you, but it's really nice to see such beautiful patterns and it really makes me want to learn how to embroider!

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Double Overcast Stitch. After having traced the outline begin to work from left to right; fasten the cotton with a few stitches, hold it with the thumb of the left hand under the outline, insert the needle downwards above the outline, draw it out under the same above the cotton which you hold in the left hand, and draw it up.

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Repeat for all the stitches in the same manner; they must be regular and lie close to one another. Great care should be taken that the material on which you embroider is not puckered.

The stitch is worked in the same way as the double overcast, only the needle must never be drawn out above, but below, the cotton with which y. Read More Community Reviews 5.

Now, don't think you'll actually learn how to knit or crochet easily, because this isn't for you, but it's really nice to see such beautiful patterns and it really makes me want to learn how to embroider!

Interesting in a history sense, b Madadov - Mar 23, How would readers like to be inside Beeton's book of needlework.

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The title of and the author is Mrs. Isabella Beeton. Read More Community Reviews 5.

Now, don't think you'll actually learn how to knit or crochet easily, because this isn't for you, but it's really nice to see such beautiful patterns and it really makes me want to learn how to embroider! Interesting in a history sense, b Madadov - Mar 23, How would readers like to be inside Beeton's book of needlework.

The title of and the author is Mrs. Isabella Beeton.

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