Fb2 Mountmellick Embroidery: Inspired by Nature ePub
by Prue Scott,Yvette Stanton
|Category:||Crafts and Hobbies|
|Subcategory:||Hobbies and Homemade|
|Author:||Prue Scott,Yvette Stanton|
|Publisher:||Kangaroo Press Pty.Ltd (September 1, 2004)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1769 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1804 kb|
|Digital formats:||docx mobi azw lrf|
Mountmellick Embroidery: Inspired by Nature (Paperback). Yvette Stanton (author), Prue Scott (author).
Mountmellick Embroidery: Inspired by Nature (Paperback). NOW FULLY REVISED AND EXPANDED Mountmellick embroidery is a highly texured form of whitework embroidery, originating from the town of Mountmellick in Ireland, around 1825. While it is sometimes referred to as Montmellick, Mt Mellick, Mountmellic, or even Montmellic, Mountmellick is the correct spelling as it is taken from the name of the town in County Laois (pronounced leash) in Ireland. Mountmellick embroidery uses floral motifs and heavily knotted and padded stitches.
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Yvette Stanton has recreated the original knitted fringe used in historical pieces of Mountmellick embroidery. Mountmellick Embroidery: Inspired by Nature" by Yvette Stanton and Prue Scott, Vetty Creations, 2007 (2nd e. The current chair person of the Mountmellick embroidery museum is Ann Dowling. Mountmellick Work: Irish White Embroidery" by Jane Houston Almqvist, Colin Smythe, 1990. Traditional Irish Embroidery: Mountmellick Work" by Sandra Counahan. Mercier Press, Ireland. ISBN 978-1-85635-485-1.
Mountmellick Embroidery : Inspired by Nature Meg-online:The authors call their excellent book 'inspired by nature' and the . Yvette Stanton and Prue Scott are award-winning embroiderers with over 15 years' experience of producing beautiful intricate embroideries.
Mountmellick Embroidery : Inspired by Nature. Meg-online:The authors call their excellent book 'inspired by nature' and the samples worked by them are truly inspirational. To begin, they give a thorough history of this Irish technique with some beautiful historic examples. Both Prue and Yvette have a particular love for whitework embroidery. Prue is also a trained botanist and botanical artist, and her beautiful designs are a feature of this book.
Mountmellick Embroidery is highly textured floral whitework embroidery that was first developed around 1825. While it is sometimes referred to as Montmellick, Mt Mellick, Mountmellic, or even Montmellic, Mountmellick is the correct spelling as it is taken from the name of the town Mountmellick in County Laois (pronounced leash) in Ireland. It employs highly textured stitching to depict the plants and flowers that grew around the town. It uses white thread on white fabric, and has a characteristic knitted fringe that edges the work.
Mountmellick Embroidery: Inspired by Nature is a book of beautiful, traditional style Mountmellick (Irish) projects with step-by-step instructions to appeal to a wide range of contemporary needleworkers. All 14 projects have been created especially for this book and are graded from beginner, intermediate to advanced level. They contain stitch instructions, project instructions, black and white diagrams, and beautiful colour photographs.
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Yvonne Stanton is an Australian Embroiderer specialising in whitework techniques. This book gives a thorough understanding to this historic technique and contains both traditional and Contemporary projects with additional pattern sheets containing designs not in the main body of the book. Yvonne Stanton is an Australian Embroiderer specialising in whitework techniques. Additional information.
Stanton, Yvette-Mountmellick Embroidery BOOK NE.
Stanton, Yvette-Mountmellick Embroidery BOOK NEW. Condition: Brand ne. Yvette's previous book, Elegant Hardanger Embroidery was published in 2002 by Simon & Schuster (Kangaroo Press). Both authors live in Sydney. Country of Publication.
Mountmellick Embroidery. Inspired by Nature by Yvette Stanton & Prue Scott. Yvette Stanton is the publisher and designer behind Vetty Creations. She has a passion for whitework embroidery, and a passion for sharing it with others. Yvette has written three books on whitework, one of them with her twin sister, Prue Scott.