Silk Art Embroidery A Womans History Of Ornament And Empowerment

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Silk Art Embroidery

Silk Art Embroidery
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Publisher : Schiffer Craft
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ISBN-10 : 0764329065
ISBN-13 : 9780764329067
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Book Synopsis Silk Art Embroidery by : Donna Cardwell

Download or read book Silk Art Embroidery written by Donna Cardwell and published by Schiffer Craft. This book was released on 2008 with total page 0 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Learn the fascinating history of a distinct style of needlework fashionable in Victorian America from approximately 1877 to 1912. Read how it began, learn the techniques used to create it, and gain detailed information to identify it. This is the compelling story of one woman's ingenuity and steadfast belief that she could make a difference in the lives of women with serious economic need -- the fundamental need for sustenance. Candace Wheeler conceived the idea and saw it succeed beyond her wildest expectations. Embroidering these strikingly beautiful and lifelike silk floral designs became an innovative opportunity for women to earn their own living. Featured is an extraordinary collection of anitque linens embroidered with incredible skill and shown in 383 images, including embroidery books, magazines, and other period items that help explain the story. They demonstrate why art embroidery has become popular with collectors today, apart from its sheer beauty. This awe-inspiring story of noble endeavor and the embroidery style itself is a feast for the senses.


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