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Knot Thread Stitch

knot thread stitchKnot Thread Stitch
By Lisa Solomon
Gifted by Quarry Books
www.quarrybooks.com
Reviewed by Melissa Conner


When you decide to conquer something as ancient as embroidery, you have to think of ways to make it new and exciting.  For author Lisa Solomon, exploring creativity through embroidery and mixed media is as simple as pulling thread through fabric.

Knot, Thread, Stitch presents a modern approach to one of the oldest crafting forms in the world.  Using thread, you can create fun and unique projects, textures, and color tricks that are surprising and artistic.  Filled with fun and quirky ideas, like a “Fireworks Skirt” and “Embroidered Pet Portraits”, Knot, Thread, Stitch is a great book for any needle crafter.

I loved the “Multi-Eyed Monster Tote Bag”.  This clever craft is made by transferring a child’s monster drawing onto a tote bag and then embroidering over it.  It’s a great way to remember all those fun art projects you or your child did, and it sure beats having them sit on the fridge!  Now everyone can see and admire your handiwork!

Knot, Thread, Stitch provides a fresh look at an ancient craft.  These projects are creative, innovative, and will forever change how you look at a needle and thread.

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