The  Hand-Stitched Home

The Hand-Stitched Home by Caroline Zoob

Projects and Inspiration for Creating Embroidered Textiles for the Home

Format: Hardback, 144 Pages
ISBN: 9781906417932
Publisher: Jacqui Small
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This book is about adding personal touches to your home to enrich your environment.

CAROLINE ZOOB is  an embroiderer, designer of china and textiles, and someone who set a trend for making beautiful things using antique textiles. She undertakes design commissions for several large companies and runs a website  www.caroline-zoob.co.uk selling her embroidery and a range of homewares. Her book Childhood Treasures was published in 2003. Caroline Zoob lives in East Sussex.

Format: Hardback, 144 Pages
ISBN: 9781906417932
Illustrations: 100 colour photographs
Size: 8.268 in x 9.843 in / 210 mm x 250 mm
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'Whether you are an experienced or novice sewer, this beautifully illustrated book will inspire you to create breathtaking pieces for your home.'

'I love this book - it is absolutely gorgeous, full of timeless pieces and inspiration, from tiny but exquisite embroidery projects to bigger items for the home.'

'I love this book - it is absolutely gorgeous, full of timeless pieces and inspiration, from tiny but exquisite embroidery projects to bigger items for the home.'

'the best handicraft book I've seen this year...stylish, elegant makes to enhance your home and give it that handmade look. Original work, beautifully presented with easy to follow instructions from excellent clear photos... Truly inspiring and highly recommended'

 

'Whether you are an experienced or novice sewer, this beautifully illustrated book will inspire you to create breathtaking pieces for your home.'

'Full of stunning photography, easy to follow projects … just as easy to repurpose to your own needs.'

"pleasingly conversational in tone, the text reads like an afternoon spent drinking tea with Caroline."

"pleasingly conversational in tone, the text reads like an afternoon spent drinking tea with Caroline."