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The embroidered garden

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.A65
2015

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The embroidered garden : stitching through the seasons of a flower garden

Aoki, Kazuko, 1953-, author.

Boston : Roost, c2015.

93 p. : col. ill. ; 26 x 21 cm.

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From the roses and wildflowers that appear each season to the bees and butterflies that enjoy their nectar, the forty embroidery motifs here explore the abundance of the garden through the year. As a textile artist and avid gardener, Kazuko Aoki has a unique talent for translating the beauty of the garden with needle and thread. Her designs are exquisite, detailed, and artful. Full of decorative designs, including stitched wreaths to represent each season, this book also presents complete projects that feature the embroidery in lovely ways: make butterfly brooches, garden-theme notebook covers, bulb-shaped pincushions, and pouches decorated with the birds of spring. With beautiful photographs, clear step by step instructions, and detailed diagrams, The Embroidered Garden will guide those new to embroidery and delight those experienced with needle and thread.

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ISBN:

978-1-61180-266-5 (pbk. : alk. paper)

LC Call No:

TT773 .A6413 2015

Dewey Class No:

746.44 23

Author:

Aoki, Kazuko, 1953-, author.

UniformTitle:

Aoki Kazuko no shishū daiarī. English

Title:

The embroidered garden : stitching through the seasons of a flower garden / Kazuko Aoki.

Edition:

First English edition.

Publisher:

Boston : Roost, c2015.

Physical:

93 p. : col. ill. ; 26 x 21 cm.

ContentType:

text txt rdacontent

MediaType:

unmediated n rdamedia

CarrierType:

volume nc rdacarrier

BibliogrphyNote:

Includes bibliographical references (page 94).

Summary:

From the roses and wildflowers that appear each season to the bees and butterflies that enjoy their nectar, the forty embroidery motifs here explore the abundance of the garden through the year. As a textile artist and avid gardener, Kazuko Aoki has a unique talent for translating the beauty of the garden with needle and thread. Her designs are exquisite, detailed, and artful. Full of decorative designs, including stitched wreaths to represent each season, this book also presents complete projects that feature the embroidery in lovely ways: make butterfly brooches, garden-theme notebook covers, bulb-shaped pincushions, and pouches decorated with the birds of spring. With beautiful photographs, clear step by step instructions, and detailed diagrams, The Embroidered Garden will guide those new to embroidery and delight those experienced with needle and thread.

Subject:

Embroidery--Patterns.--Projects.

Subject:

Flowers in art.

Subject:

Decoration and ornament--Plant forms.

Subject:

Embroidery--Art pieces--Japan.

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