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All Beaded Up by Machine
     

All Beaded Up by Machine

by Terry White
 
Embellishments are in and the most popular are beads! Beads of every shape, color, and description are the perfect complement to so many styles of quilts and quilting. Unfairly thought of as time-consuming, the quick and easy methods of beading by machine will have you jumping into the wonderful world of bead embellishment. Just follow the clearly photographed,

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Embellishments are in and the most popular are beads! Beads of every shape, color, and description are the perfect complement to so many styles of quilts and quilting. Unfairly thought of as time-consuming, the quick and easy methods of beading by machine will have you jumping into the wonderful world of bead embellishment. Just follow the clearly photographed, step-by-step instructions for beading success. Once you get started, you won t want to stop. Terry White has designed and embroidered since grade school. Originally devoted to handwork, she has turned to the machine and excels in developing techniques for machine work that have the look of handwork. She teaches all over the United States. Another AQS book by Terry: Thread Painting Made Easy.

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Bead embellishment can be used on a range of projects, from needlework and quilting to home decor, and there's no better place to begin than with All Beaded Up By Machine, a survey of 9 projects showing how to use machine beading to create wallhangings, fashion accessories, and more. Each project receives color photos and clear step-by-step patterns for easy completion. Any library catering to needleworkers or crafts learners will find it a fine pick. -Midwest Book Review

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781574329698
Publisher:
American Quilter's Society
Publication date:
09/01/2008
Pages:
96
Product dimensions:
8.30(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.30(d)

Meet the Author

Terry has designed and worked embroideries by hand since elementary school. In 1996, she learned free-motion embroidery and has spent the time since developing her techniques and designs so she can create new needlework by machine as beautiful and texturally interesting as work done by hand. She teaches across the country and is known for helping students develop their own style of this very easy form of needlework.

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