In Juliet Bawden’s Cross Stitch Kit, this well-known crafts author and textile designer presents over 40 beautiful cross-stitch projects for every room in the house.
They are simple to make, yet are elegant and attractive, and many of them are in a single colour to blend into a room’s colour scheme. The projects all have detailed instructions and charted patterns in colour, and many include step-by-step photographs.
The book features a complete starter that contains cross-stitch fabric, 3 lengths of coloured cotton thread and a needle – everything you need to get started. Projects include:
Living rooms Bathrooms
Curtain tie back Embroidered towels
Red and white throw Towel and linen sash
Black and white runner Laundry bag
Dining rooms Children’s rooms
Table mat and napkin Farmyard baby blanket Bordered tablecloth Paperweights
Greetings cards Bookmarks
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'Juliet Bawden's Cross Stitch Kit' features over 40 beautiful cross-stitch projects for every room in the house. They are elegant and attractive, yet simple to make, and many of them are in a single colour to blend into a room's colour scheme. Each project includes a list of materials, detailed instructions and charted patterns in colour, and many also have step-by-step photographs.
The attached starter kit contains cross-stitch fabric, a tapestry needle and 3 lengths of coloured cotton thread – everything you need to get started on your first project.
• Curtain tie-back
• Black and white table runner
• Needle cases
• Table mat and napkin
• Bordered tablecloth
• Greetings cards
• Photographic frame
• Drawstring bags
• Lavender cushions
• Embroidered towels
• Laundry bag
• Baby blanket
• Traditional sampler
Juliet Bawden studied textiles at Camberwell School of Art before becoming a professional textile and fashion designer. Since 1985, she has written many successful books on a variety of craft and design subjects and is well known both in the UK and Europe, where most of her books have been translated. She has contributed to crafts and interiors programmes on both radio and television and has a regular column in Crafts Beautiful.
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