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Pages: 64

Language: English

Publisher: Search Press Ltd (Nov. 2006)

By: Erica Fortgens (Author)

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Using just a piercing tool, needle and thread, a whole range of beautiful patterns can be made for all occasions. In this practical and inspirational guide, Erica Fortgens shows how easy it is to create cards, frames, bookmarks and gift tags. Embellishing her projects with metallic threads, embossing, beads and ribbons, she offers an exciting guide packed with fresh and original ideas. By simply following the patterns, you can embroider flowers, leaves, animals, butterflies, party and wedding motifs, borders and more.

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