Embroidery: Secrets of Embroidery for Stitching and Applique to Custom Embroidery Designs, & Starting an Embroidery Business [NOOK Book]

Overview

Embroidery is a type of stitching that can be found all over the world. It has long been a tradition for making various types of arts in different cultures. Many hobby shops offer patterns for embroidery. You can make great looking designs by following the layout of the colors on the fabric. You can make pictures to frame, tea towels, and works of art to display around your home.

You can also create your own custom embroidery designs to place ...
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Embroidery: Secrets of Embroidery for Stitching and Applique to Custom Embroidery Designs, & Starting an Embroidery Business

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Overview

Embroidery is a type of stitching that can be found all over the world. It has long been a tradition for making various types of arts in different cultures. Many hobby shops offer patterns for embroidery. You can make great looking designs by following the layout of the colors on the fabric. You can make pictures to frame, tea towels, and works of art to display around your home.

You can also create your own custom embroidery designs to place on things. Many people look for someone who can customize this type of work for them. It is a great gift to give someone an embroidered project that has the names and birthdates of their children or their grandchildren.

It is very fashionable these days to have embroidery on your clothing. You will find plenty of styles of jeans and shirts out there with them on there. Jackets are also very popular for this type of work. Of course buying them in this way can be extremely expensive. The main reason why this type of embroidery work is so expensive is due to the amount of time involved in creating it rather than the cost of the supplies. A good alternative is to buy plain clothing and then to do the embroidery work on your own.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016263144
  • Publisher: Ramsey Ponderosa Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/1/2013
  • Series: "Quick Start Guide" Series, #16
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 882 KB

Meet the Author

Mary Ann Clark is a mother of 5 children who makes all her own clothes.
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    Cubits and Magic: Chapter 5

    FLAIN POV<p>They just kept coming at me. The Nixels, and...whatever those shadow monsters were.<p>One of the said monsters flung its scorpion-like tail at me. I blocked it with my arm. Instantly, se<_>aring pa<_>in flared where the tip pi<_>erced the skin.<p>And the whole time, that je<_>rk Major Nixel was watching, as did Endless Void, while their minions did the dirty work for them.<p>Darkness slowly began creeping in from the edges of my vision.<p>The Nixels, noticing the ferocity of the shadowy beasts, backed away, not wanting the creatures to turn on them. The beasts themselves almost completely overran me.<p>There were suddenly flashes of a strange sort of light, like the one Story can conjure from her horn, but of a different color from midnight blue.<p>An anonymous voice, likely female, started speaking presumbaly to the two villains. But I never did make out what she said, as that was when I finally su<_>ccumbed to pa<_>inless darkness.<p>***<p>***<p>***<p>***<p>***<p>I had hoped that this stuff about ponies was a simply a cr<_>azy dream.<p>That I would wake up to find out that I slipped on an ice cube or something of the sort during the talent show.<p>Or, even better, the talent show hasn't even happened, yet. I would be still in bed, fast asleep. Never in my whole life had I been so willing to hear that annoying alarm.<p>Instead, upon regaining consciousness, I was in an unfamiliar room, which looked like a large infirmary, with soft magenta walls. Slightly aching all over, I climbed out of the overly-fluffy bed, my hand against the bedstand for balance. There was a calender by the door, and I walked over to look at it.<p>December 9, 2014. It was the sixth the day the Mixels ended up in Equestria and Story Book and I were attacked. Have I really been out for that long?<p>I went through the hallways, which was more of a labryinth for me, since I was unable to navigate them without coming to the same place more than once. At one point, I came across the largest library I have ever seen. Story was inside, eyes eagerly reading the words of a good-sized book. I knocked on the glass door, alerting the unicorn to my presence.<p>I stepped inside.<br>A bit crankily, possibly due to being interrupted, she asked, "What do you want?"<br>"Hey dude, is there a map of the place in here? I can't find my way around wherever we are."<br>Story shrugged. "I'm just as confused as you are. I don't know if there is any maps of the Princesses' castle. I stumbled here pretty much by accident."<p>A hulking, white pegasus trotted inside. "There's the green mare." In a more authoritive tone, he said, "Princess Celestia and Princess Luna wishes to see you. And the red thing, too, seeing it's awake."

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