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Blog > 1. Ribbon Embroidery and Stumpwork Book (RES)

Covers English   The fifth book from the pen of well-known South African embroiderer designer, Di van Niekerk.  The book on the left is the Classic Volume (second edition) and the book on the right is the new, revamped, updated edition. When you place your order, we will write back to enquire which edition you would like.   This book is a must-have for all lovers of silk ribbon embroidery and stumpwork. It is suitable for first-time embroiderers as well as those who wish to learn brand new techniques. Its unique in its combination of ribbon embroidery and stumpwork and offers the following : The twelve panels of this outstanding design are each individually explained with step-by-step photographs and instructions, including a comprehensive guide to all needles, thread and ribbon required. It includes several new techniques for experienced embroiderers. A comprehensive stitch glossary with colourful illustrations of more than 40 stitches. General information of stumpwork techniques. More than 30 floral designs to choose from.   ♫♬♪♫ This is the perfect book for those wishing to learn about silk ribbon embroidery and how to add three-dimensional effects in a design.   Have a look here for some close-up photographs of this lovely sampler.   Click on the image to enlarge                     Note: to order the RES book in Afrikaans, please click here   Covers English Click here to download the names and codes of the ribbons and threads for the old, classic volume (on the left) RES book. Note: The new, updated version does not require you to download a list. [download id="98"]  
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