Hand-Stitched House E-Book
Hand-Stitched House E-book Version
Learn all the secrets to creating a beautiful embroidered portrait of your home. Find out the techniques you need to create fabulous dimension, realistic effects and the little details that will make your embroidered house portrait as unique as your home.
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What's in the book?
- Step-by-step instructions for designing and stitching an embroidered house
- A guide through the tools and materials needed including tips and tricks for getting the best out of them
- Guidance on acheiving the dramatic dimension and tiny details that will draw the viewer in
- Over 70 pages of different techniques
- Embroidery instructions unique to embroidered house projects
- Bonus material such as worksheets and fonts
You don't have to stop at creating a portrait of your own home. You can use the lessons from this book to create the home of someone you love, a building you love or your future dream home! What you learn from Hand-Stitched House will help you to create a lovingly handmade piece of embroidered art. Whether it's an heirloom memory for yourself or a gift for someone special; your embroidered house will be treasured for many years to come.
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- More affordable with no loss of information or imagery
The book comes as a pdf file. You will need Adobe Reader 5 or higher to open it. You can download the latest reader from get.adobe.com
The book is best read as a spread (2 pages at once). If you need to change the view, you can do so from the menu at the top of the pdf. Just click View > Page Display and select the option best suited to you.
This is a large file (48MB) so make sure you have room on your device by emptying your trash and/or deleting unwanted files.
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What a Brilliant Resource.
This book is just amazing. So much detail and so many ideas. Very comprehensive information and it is a delight.
What a great resource!
I’ve barely begun to scratch the surface with all the useful information in this book! I’ve done one house embroidery and am looking to do more. This book help so much! Worth every penny!
I know how to embroider so I thought I could figure it all out on my own, and maybe I could have—after a decade of trial and error, tears, failures and some not-so-pretty final products. I learned so much from this book! Not just best practices and order of operation (instead of winging it!), but how to stay organized during a project (where has that been all my life?!), tips and reassurance about how to make it all come together. I bought the ebook and I’m considering buying the hard copy just to have on hand because it is such a great resource. Level up—buy the book!
A Love Letter
This book feels like a love letter to embroidery and to the reader. Theresa drew on her knowledge and experience, and compiled a masterclass in book form. Beginners can use this book to learn where to start, and experienced artists can use this book to level up their skills. The attention to detail is unmatched. The advice is honest and heartfelt. The photography is incredible. The options for customization are limitless. I am forever grateful for the joy this book has brought me (and my loved ones), and what it has helped me accomplish.
Inspiring, instructional, and detailed book
This book has pretty much everything you need to design and stitch a house portrait. It is mostly aspirational for me, since my skills are not quite there yet for the stitching parts, but I read through the whole thing anyway and it really is quite detailed at every step. It is an excellent resource if you are leaning this way or want to see the process. The technique catalog alone can be used for other projects as well. My only negative critique, and it is not enough to knock off a star for me anyway, is that there are 2 or 3 pages where the text is printed over an image background (some fabric) and the contrast/font/background makes it a bit more difficult to read, but these pages are not crucial nor are they impossible to read, maybe make sure you have enough light.