Redwork from The WORKBASKET: 100 Designs for Machine and Hand Embroidery

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100 Vintage Designs to Embroider by Hand or Machine!

Redwork embroidery, long admired for its simple, homey designs, is more popular than ever. And what better source for great redwork designs than The WORKBASKET?, a classic magazine with a 60-year tradition of providing readers with great, do-able crafting projects. Now Redwork from The WORKBASKET makes it easy to re-create the warm, nostalgic feel of vintage...

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Overview

100 Vintage Designs to Embroider by Hand or Machine!

Redwork embroidery, long admired for its simple, homey designs, is more popular than ever. And what better source for great redwork designs than The WORKBASKET®, a classic magazine with a 60-year tradition of providing readers with great, do-able crafting projects. Now Redwork from The WORKBASKET makes it easy to re-create the warm, nostalgic feel of vintage redwork designs on your linens, aprons, even quilts, whether you embroider by hand or machine.

With Redwork from The WORKBASKET you get:

  • A CD-ROM containing 100 vintage designs digitized for machine embroidery in seven common machine formats
  • All designs in JPEG and PDF formats so hand embroiderers can create their own transfers
  • 12 projects, from an apron and wall art to a bed quilt, presented in easy-to-follow steps
  • How-to basics for both machine and hand embroidery, a design index plus features on the history of redwork and The WORKBASKET®
  • See for yourself—100 embroidery designs mean 100 reasons to love Redwork from The WORKBASKET!
Please note that the digital version of this book does not include the accompanying CD-ROM.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780896899728
  • Publisher: KP Books
  • Publication date: 3/24/2010
  • Pages: 128
  • Sales rank: 525,694
  • Product dimensions: 8.20 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Rebecca Kemp Brent is a freelance writer, educator and designer who specializes in creative uses of computerized sewing and embroidery machines and software. A regular contributor to Creative Machine Embroidery, Quilting & Embroidery, Paper & Embroidery and Holiday Embroidery, her titles for Krause Publications (an imprint of F+W Media, Inc.) include Fill in the Blanks with Machine Embroidery (2007) and Machine Embroidery Wild and Wacky (2006), which she co-authored with Linda Turner Griepentrog.

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  • Posted April 11, 2014

    I have used both the machine embroidery and hand work designs fr

    I have used both the machine embroidery and hand work designs from this book. The techniques for hand embroidery are explained well, with clear diagrams.
    The machine embroidery designs stitch out well with a minimum of jump stitches.

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