16th Century Border Designs: Line Drawings for Lacemaking, Embroidery & Other Crafts
First published in 1534, this collection of designs for lace is a marvelous source of inspiration for modern day crafters. The classic borders, both simple and elaborate, can be easily adapted by modern needleworkers for embroidery in chain or outline stitch as well as the traditional needle-made lace techniques they were designed for, but they would also be perfect for soutache embroidery, applique, leather or metal tooling, stenciling and decorative painting.
Softcover book (6″ by 8-1/4″) with 45 pages of illustrations. No instructions for any needlework or craft techniques are included. If there aren’t any copies in stock, your book will be backordered and shipped from the printers in about 2 weeks at no additional charge.
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1 in stock (can be backordered)