Bargello: 17 Modern Needlepoint Projects for You and Your Home (Paperback)

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Master the colorful bargello stitch with 17 projects and learn how to incorporate it into your home.

Starting with the basics, Nerrisa Pratt introduces you to this iconic stitch, explores its historical roots and shows you how to grow in confidence so you can build up to creating your own designs.

From cushions and lampshades to plant pot covers and bags, this craft is extremely versatile and can add instant color and texture to any interior thanks to its zany and graphic style.

Rediscover your love for needlepoint with Bargello: 17 Modern Needlepoint Projects for You and Your Home.

About the Author


Nerrisa Pratt is a maker of all things. From sewing to baking, papercraft and even a brief love affair with knitting, she always has a project on the go. As well as sewing her entire wardrobe, she runs a small baking business and regularly creates beautiful craft projects for brands such as Hobbycraft, IKEA, Cricut and The Range to name a few.

Nerrisa is the founder of Untld Project, a PR and Marketing agency which supports creative, crafty and independent brands. They have worked with the likes of Tilly and the Buttons, Happy Fabric and Cricut. Inspired by fashion and interior trends, she recently set up the Bargello Edit which is a resource that hosts workshops and sells kits. She truly believes that craft is for everyone and doesn't need to be 'kitsch' or 'cute' and her personal mission is to make Bargello accessible and bring it into the modern home.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781787137257
ISBN-10: 1787137252
Publisher: Quadrille Publishing
Publication Date: November 2nd, 2021
Pages: 144
Language: English

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