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Victorian Crafts Revived
Many of the designs are taken from original pieces of stitching while others are adapted from genuine Victorian magazines and pattern books. The wide range of delightful projects includes: decoupage Christmas baubles, beadwork earrings, a patchwork cot quilt, lacework cushions, a traditional Christening gown, an embroidered pillow case, a needlepoint footstool, shellwork V ...more
Published April 1st 2003 by David & Charles Publishers
(first published 1993)
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Nov 04, 2013 Amy M rated it really liked it
A beautiful collection! I don't know how useful it'll be in terms of a guide, but as an inspirational source it's terrific. It isn't quite the time for me to start these projects now, but I'm very excited to start in the future. The paper crafts are very beautiful, and I must have that sewing basket!