RSN Essential Stitch Guides: Bead Embroidery (RSN ESG LF) (Paperback)

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  • A new, larger format edition of the classic Royal School of Needlework's essential guide to beadwork.


  • The Royal School of Needlework (RSN) teaches hand embroidery to the highest standard and is well respected all over the world. It not only upholds the traditions of English embroidery that go back many hundreds of years, but is constantly taking embroidery forwards in new and innovative ways. This series of Essential Stitch Guides has been produced in close collaboration with the RSN with the aim of providing a set of definitive works on traditional embroidery techniques. All of the authors were chosen by the RSN and all are graduate apprentices of the Royal School.
    Shelley Cox presents an expert guide to all aspects of bead embroidery, including information on counted thread beadwork, bead embroidery, beaded surface embroidery, and fringing. Here you will find stitches and technique for every sort of needlework that involves beads. Decorative effects are explored too, making this a fantastic source book and an invaluable reference for beadwork.

    About the Author


    Originally from New Zealand, Shelley travelled widely before joining the RSN's Apprenticeship. After graduation, she worked for several years in the RSN Studio where she project managed prestigious commissions such as the Wells Cathedral altar frontals. Shelley left the RSN in 2001 to pursue a freelance career taking on embroidery commissions and teaching throughout the UK and USA. She teaches a variety of RSN Day Classes including beadwork and also tutors the RSN Certificate and Diploma Course.


    Product Details
    ISBN: 9781782219309
    ISBN-10: 1782219307
    Publisher: Search Press
    Publication Date: September 7th, 2021
    Pages: 96
    Language: English
    Series: RSN ESG LF

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