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A striking needlework image of the Taj Mahal, a framed picture featuring an elephant wearing a brightly-hued rug, a footstool adorned with 2 embroidered peacocks: these cross-stitch projects capture all the heat and color of India. The lustrous patterns decorate cushions, box lids, bookmarks, cards, bell pulls, bags, and more. Intricate motifs, beautiful beadwork, and lavish metallic threads adorn many of the designs, resulting in ornate and sumptuous items that are a pleasure to create and to own.
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Carol Phillipson has explored the diverse and colourful culture of India to bring you a beautiful selection of striking pieces with which to decorate your home. Intricate motifs, beautiful beadwork and lavish metallic threads adorn many of the stunning pieces to create ornate and sumptuous items that will be a pleasure to work and own. In addition to the projects, Carol provides a fascinating insight into the history behind the art, architecture and religious mythology that has inspired her designs, making this book which is beautifully illustrated with historical images, not only practical but also highly enjoyable to read.About the Author:
Carol Phillipson is a recognized crossstitch and needlearts designer in the United Kingdom with many articles and exhibitions to her credit. She was a partner in Wrencraft Needlework kit producers. Carol is the author of several books on stitchery and patchwork, including "Designing Patchwork on Your Computer" (Krause Publications).
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Book Description Guild of Master Craftsman. Condition: new. Seller Inventory # think1861083165
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # M-1861083165