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The craft of Florentine embroidery.

Barbara Snook

The craft of Florentine embroidery.

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Published by Scribner in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canvas embroidery.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesThe Scribner library. Emblem editions
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTT778.C3 S66
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 p.
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5222526M
    ISBN 100684125021
    LC Control Number75165164
    OCLC/WorldCa202414

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They’re a strong, quality publishing company, and their acquisition of the rights bodes well for the future availability of the series, as well as. Florentine work, also known as bargello, is a popular form of needlepoint. It forms zigzag patterns, referred to as flame stitch, and is always worked in lots of different colours.

Though named after the Italian city of Florence, it is thought to have originated in Hungary. Florentine stitch consists of a series of stepped vertical stitches, worked on canvas, typically over four threads.

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Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Here, embroideries were first sketched by painters and then executed by professional embroiderers, usually men. Giorgio Vasari (), the Florentine painter, historian and writer, in his well-known book, “Lives of the Most Eminent Painters, Sculptors and Architects” (), spoke highly of the embroiderers’ craft.

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The Take it Further Fiber Book is my first fiber book ever and this is how I went about making the book. Florentine crafts made in Florence, Italy, are a centuries-old tradition maintained by several artisan tine style, especially in items produced in from the midth century onward, typically reflect a contemporary interpretation of Renaissance art and furnishings.

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Get this from a library. Florentine embroidery. [Barbara Snook] -- Gives diagrams for 33 variations of the stitch and instructions for 21 types of articles which can be made using it. Free Books / Crafts / Needlework / Embroidery Stitches / Florentine Stitch.

Description. This section is from the "Embroidery Stitches" book, by M. Wilkinson. Amazon: Embroidery Stitches. Florentine Stitch.

Florentine Stitch. This is similar to Cashmere. More editions of Craft of Florentine Embroidery: Craft of Florentine Embroidery: ISBN () Softcover, Harlequin Mills & Boon, A specialized form of canvas embroidery worked with wool, silk or cotton, Florentine includes Flame Stitch and Hungarian Point, is sometimes called Bargello work.

""The stitch, once learned, is one of the quickest and easiest to do and is becoming increasingly popular (the publishers)."" Among notable historical examples are those at Deerfield, Mass.

Buy a cheap copy of Florentine Embroidery book by Barbara Snook. A guide to working Florentine stitches with information which ranges from choosing the right canvas to blocking the finished embroidery.

The author suggests colours Free shipping over $ Other articles where Florentine stitch is discussed: bargello work: the flamelike gradation of colour, flame stitch; its 17th-century name was Hungarian stitch. Bargello is a type of needlepoint embroidery consisting of upright flat stitches laid in a mathematical pattern to create motifs.

The name originates from a series of chairs found in the Bargello palace in Florence, which have a "flame stitch" pattern. Traditionally, Bargello was stitched in wool on canvas.

Embroidery done this way is remarkably durable. It is well suited for use on pillows, upholstery and even carpets. So a lot of the book is taken up with directions on how to do stuff that can be done very quickly and easily these days.

Once you're past that, though, there's some very nice discussions of the technical aspects of crewelwork, and a quite thorough stitch directory with good explanat An old, but nicely thorough book on crewelwork.4/5.

Needlepoint kits stitched using Bargello / Florentine stitch. Contact us Now: Got a question or comment. Send it now and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.

Embroidery is everywhere, and its latest cool twist is breaking free of the hoop. We’re in love with the 3D stitchery that extends beyond the traditional flat circle with flowing threads or bumpy flourishes.

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That's all. 2 days I forgot about everything and plunged into this material. And that's when (in this book) I first saw a word "Hungarian embroidery". Just Hungarian embroidery not Bargello, not Florentine embroidery, but Hungarian. Jewellery books give you a firm foundation in intricate beadwork and working with silver, or you could give your painting and drawing skills a lift with our art books.

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These are from the Great Chamber, and the embroidery inside the canopy actually inspired a a maze. The hangings are basically panels of a florentine flame-stitch line pattern joined by twisted, curving needlework trim.

For a detailed picture of the repeating flame-stitch line, see. Supplies & Notions. New Supplies & Notions; Best Selling Supplies & Notions; Basic Sewing Supplies. Bobbins; Cutting Mats; Marking Tools; Needles & Threaders.Florentine This design can be purchased as part of Beautiful Borders # Preview Sewing Information for # Includes design sizes, thread colors, and other stitching informationPrice: $1.Needlepoint, type of embroidery known as canvas work until the early 19th century.

In needlepoint the stitches are counted and worked with a needle over the threads, or mesh, of a canvas foundation. Either single- or double-mesh canvas of linen or cotton is used.

If needlepoint is worked on a canvas that has 16 to 20 or more mesh holes per linear inch, the embroidery is called petit point; if.