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Description - New Ideas in Goldwork by Tracy A Franklin

NEW IN PAPERBACK Taking the best of the traditional and the new, New Ideas in Goldwork is a beautiful exploration of the potential of this needlework technique, combining it with metal-thread work in experimental ways. Expert and ex-Royal School of Needlework teacher, Tracy Franklin, takes the technique to new heights to inspire all embroiderers. Reference ideas from notebooks, cuttings and new and old embroideries are included. Lavishly illustrated with colour photographss and clear line diagrams, New Ideas in Goldwork covers: the basics of the traditional style, from design to simple padding of gold and metal threads two basic techniques of laid work and cut purl work, as these are fundamental in working a design correctly illustration and instruction on different stitch types how to apply gold and metal threads in the most intricate and inspiring ways Colour, detail and good design are the key points, always showing how exciting and sophisticated gold and metal work can be. Finally, the readers are encouraged to use their own creativity.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781906388034
ISBN-10: 1906388032
Format: Paperback
(276mm x 216mm x 9mm)
Pages: 128
Imprint: Batsford Ltd
Publisher: Pavilion Books
Publish Date: 7-Apr-2008
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Tracy A Franklin

Tracy A. Franklin trained at the Royal School of Needlework for seven years, finally becoming Apprentice Coordinator. She teaches all aspects of traditional and modern embroidery, takes on commissions and produces work for exhibition. Tracy lives in Chester-le-Street, County Durham.