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Needlepoint Dictionary Of Stitches

Now available, for Kindle Fire, is a needlepoint and canvas embroidery book that offers 250 stitches in a convenient Kindle form. This book is easy to use and simple to carry with you anywhere you enjoy stitching. Each stitch is accompanied with a full color picture and clear diagram. The book also includes and explanation of: canvas, threads, needles, scissors, frames and stands, threaders and laying tools. The stitches are grouped in the following: straight, diagonal, box, cross, leaf, eye, tied, decorative & isolated. Lastly, you will see 2 indexes. The first is a Picture Index which you can stroll along the pages and find that perfect stitch. Just click on the picture and you will be instantly connected to the graph of your choice. If you know what stitch you would like to use, just go to Index of Stitches. Again, just click on the name and you are right to your stitch.Throughout the book, you will see links to her site, You can find everything you need to know about needlepoint. “Needlepoint Dictionary of Stitches” has exclusive web pages visible only through Kindle which give suggested uses for each stitch. If you have a question, just e-mail the author and she will get back to you a.s.a.p.Susan Sturgeon Roberts is a Master Craftsman for Canvas Embroidery by The Embroiderers’ Guild of America, Inc. She graduated from Cal State Pomona with a B. S. in Home Economics focusing on textiles.

File Size: 31650 KB

Publication Date: April 13, 2013

Sold by:  Digital Services LLC

Language: English


Text-to-Speech: Enabled

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Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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I've had the hardback of this and many other stitch books for a few years. This one is so invaluable because it's much easier carried around on my iPad when at the doc's office, car maintenance, ball games, etc, or visiting stitching friends. Fortunately, even the non stitchers know by now if I don't have something in my hands, I fidget. This is so much easier than dragging reference books around in an already heavy purse and be able to do more than variations of the few stitches I know.AND the illustrated stitch samples are gorgeous! They have used thicker yarns than I usually do & the perfection of the stitched samples on mono canvas shows extraordinary skill w a laying tool and possibly other aids that the samples are all nearly perfect. If I have no stitch work to do I can go thru the book and sketch out stitches and add beads or another odd stitch options to change a stitch in a drawing program. It would be ideal if in an updated version to add space or even canvas blocks to add stitches inspired by the ones in the book. (All my often used and studied books have drawings in the sides and corners or pieces of graph paper tucked inside they will hardly close!)I've often used parts of cross-stitch charts to incorporate into my needlepoint work where I often do not use a chart and work freeform. However, I'm not so sure the how needlepoint stitches would translate back to cross stitch. But those of you who may want to broaden your horizons, after seeing this book, you may run toward the needlepoint shops after you see what is possible w canvas work!

This is a good reference guide. It shows the basic one-color stitches as well as a large variety of 2-3 color stitches. I have this on my Kindle so I can keep it close wherever I am working on my needlepoint. I think I would have preferred there to be a few more 1-color stitches if possible, or at least more shown variations on those stitches. Also, the examples are done randomly in yarn or floss, so it is hard to completely compare how 2 stitches will look together if using just yarn or just floss.

I have doing plastic canvas work. But recently through Pinterest, I saw a lot of great needlepoint work on other canvas mediums. I never made the connection that you could do these stitches on "cross-stitch" canvas. (Although maybe a pair of reading glasses will be necessary for this hobby.) :-)This book answered my questions about canvases and the needles used for each. I am looking forward to getting into this new for me needlepoint skill.Also, she has more information on her website. The kindle version of this book has links that take you directly to her site and to YouTube video's that demonstrate the skill or tool she is explaining in the book. Her website seems to be an extension of this book. Ad it has been set up quite seamlessly in going from the book to the links in the book. You do not have to copy the links at all. Just touch the link and you will be taken to her website for more information.

I was looking for something portable to look-up stitches while needle pointing. This book does not have every thing, but it does have all the essential stitches, more than most stitchers need to design the stitches or for inspiration. Happy Stitching!

this book is web based and too hard to manuver can't find what you are looking for and it is not easy to justsit and look at if you were looking for a new stitch to use

Great pictures accompanied by very clear charts. I gave it a 4 star because it would be great if there were suggestions for the use of some of the stitches. Otherwise very useful book for a novice needlepoint er like me.

It gives a sample of the stitches but I would have like to see some instructions on how to use the stitches.

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