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Stitch with One Line: 33 Easy-To-Embroider Minimalist Designs

Martina Unterfrauner

Many stitchers and embroidery fans love the aesthetic of minimalism, and one-line designs appeal due to their perfect clarity and style. In the early 20th century, one-line drawings were made fashionable by no less a figure than Pablo Picasso. Here crafters learn why one-line stitched designs are so powerful and how they work. The projects range from easy to advanced, plus readers learn to make one-line designs from any interesting object they see.

- Emphasizes clarity and minimalism.

- Two types of projects: for decorating the home, and for wearing

- Teaches how some one-line drawings can be combined with others, used in series, or extended

- Includes machine-stitching options

- Projects focus on people, animals, and plants.

- Enables you to make one-line patterns from drawings you find anywhere, including your own.

- A few of the projects:
For the Home:
--Velvet Eucalyptus Cushion
--Panda on Cork
--Hummingbird Dish Towels
--Naive Art Vase
--Faces Coverlet

--Blossom Velvet Shoes
--Modern Art Jeans
--Selfie Sweater
--Elephant Straw Bag
--Beauty in Bloom Tank Top

Book Details

  • Publisher: Schiffer Craft
  • Publish Date: Feb 28th, 2024
  • Pages: 104
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 10.30in - 9.40in - 0.90in - 1.60lb
  • EAN: 9780764367588
  • Categories: Needlework - EmbroideryFiber Arts & TextilesFashion

About the Author

Unterfrauner, Martina: - Martina Unterfrauner is a graphic designer and the author of several books on collage, weaving, and more, so she is an expert on the power of the line. She lives in Munich.
Hatun, Nuray: - Nuray Hatun, a master tailor specializing in cutting and pattern design, works at a dressmaking training center, where she met Martina. The two of them have since collaborated on fashion shows and fiber art projects. She lives in Munich.
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