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by Sheila Smith

eBook Embellish, Stitch, Felt: Using the Embellisher Machine and Needle-Punch Techniques download ISBN: 1906388059
Author: Sheila Smith
Publisher: Batsford; 1st Edition edition (February 3, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 128
ePub: 1940 kb
Fb2: 1993 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Crafts and Home
Subcategory: Crafts and Hobbies

Sheila Smith is a longtime feltmaker who teaches the fabric arts worldwide. I was specifically seeking a book about machine needle felting versus how to make felt using wet & dry techniques

Sheila Smith is a longtime feltmaker who teaches the fabric arts worldwide. She's the former chair of the International Feltmakers' Association, and writes for several textile and embroidery magazines, including World of Embroidery, Beautiful Stitches, Sewing World, and Workbox. Smith is the author of the bestselling Felt to Stitch (Batsford). She lives in Thirsk, North Yorkshire. I was specifically seeking a book about machine needle felting versus how to make felt using wet & dry techniques. These photos are great, instructions easy to follow, and the projects are more "mature" in nature (unlike so many other books that focus on silly things).

Embellish, Stitch, Felt: Using the Embellisher Machine and Needle-Punch Techniques by. Sheila Smith.

Sheila Smith’s most popular book is Felt to Stitch: Creative Felting for Textile Artists. Embellish, Stitch, Felt: Using the Embellisher Machine and Needle-Punch Techniques by. Felt Fabric Designs: A Sourcebook for Feltmakers by.

Take everyday clothing, shoes, and hats to a new level with hand-applied or machine-worked fabric and fiber embellishments

Take everyday clothing, shoes, and hats to a new level with hand-applied or machine-worked fabric and fiber embellishments. ries to wear and enjoy. Projects include a "glazed chintz" bag, richly colored patchwork pillows, and many others.

Sheila Smith's latest book covers the new dry-felting techniques using hand-held needles and the hugely popular new embellisher machines. These mess-free techniques open up a range of felt ideas for textile artists. The book includes the use of commercial ready-made needle-punch felt for fashion and design work. And of course, it provides a range of decorative stitching and dyeing methods that can be used to embellish the felt.

Book Format: Paperback. Take everyday clothing, shoes, and hats to a new level with Sheila Smith's fabulous, mess-free felting techniques

Book Format: Paperback. Take everyday clothing, shoes, and hats to a new level with Sheila Smith's fabulous, mess-free felting techniques. Smith opens up a range of felt ideas for textile artists, from recycling fabrics using hand-held needlepoint to building up layers of color with an embellisher machine. The projects include a "glazed chintz" bag, colorful patchwork pillows, and much more.

book by Sheila Smith. Colourfully illustrated with inspirational textiles, plus clear step-by-step instructions, this book covers: dry needle felting, felted fashion, stitching and felt, and basic felting techniques.

Layered Textiles: New Surfaces with Heat Tools, Machine and Hand Stitch. West Dean - Layered Textiles - Hot techniques for jewelled surfaces part 3. Layered Tyvek and polyester organza.

Felt to Stitch : Sheila Smith : 9781849941495. Creative Recycling in Embroidery : Val Holmes : 9781906388751. Layered Textiles: New Surfaces with Heat Tools, Machine and Hand Stitch.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Embellish, Stitch Felt: Using the Embellisher . Sheila Smith is an experienced feltmaker who teaches in the UK and around the world, most recently in Australia and New Zealand.

Sheila Smith is an experienced feltmaker who teaches in the UK and around the world, most recently in Australia and New Zealand. Former Chair of the International Feltmakers' Association, she writes regularly for textile and embroidery magazines, including World of Embroidery, Beautiful Stitches, Sewing World and Workbox. She is the author of Felt to Stitch. Country of Publication. And of course, it provides a range of decorative stitching and dyeing methods that can be used to embellish the felt

Take everyday clothing, shoes, and hats to a new level with hand-applied or machine-worked fabric and fiber embellishments. Recycle fabrics into items of unique and extraordinary beauty using hand-held needlepoint; use an embellisher machine to build up layers of color in the fabric; and learn to create all new accessories to wear and enjoy. Projects include a “glazed chintz” bag, richly colored patchwork pillows, and many others. There’s instruction on coloring and dyeing fabrics, creating and using texture, working in three dimensions, and even creating your own cloth.

 

 

 

Comments: (7)
Kaghma
Having spent (wasted) a lot of time trying to needle felt by hand, I've dreamed of a machine and technique that would speed up the process thereby enabling the creative juices to flow unimpeded. This excellent volume provided the 'just in time' knowledge I was seeking. The various techniques reviewed were described clearly with visual examples provided. The types of available machines with pros and cons of each were really helpful in making selections. Within days of receiving my copy of the book, I had ordered one of the machines through a local sewing center and then within a week, I was doing what I've dreamed about for real!
Wal
Great book for showing you what can be done with the new embellishing machines. Comprehensive and inspiring.
Sennnel
Neat. I browse it frequently as I try to find my way to embellish fabric.
Uscavel
Great ways to combine all facets of felting with decorative techniques to make unique felted art. Answered many questions that I had.
Olelifan
If you want to step up your adventures in needle felting this is the book for you.
Amazingly simple tips that will turn your needle felting into works of art!
If you love this book try anything by Jan Beaney and Jean Littlejohn.
Walianirv
Fist book I've seen that covets the embellisher machine in detail. Really like this book
Clodebd
The content was uninspiring
This is one lovely book. Full of such gorgeous, creative fiber work. A must for any fiber artist or felter.