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Crewel Tells Fairy-tales, a new book by Tatiana Popova is going to be published soon. Please follow us in social media (you will find the links to the pages in the top left corner of this page) or just see the updates of this page of our web site. Thank you for your patience!

 

Meanwhile, just to have a sneak peek...

 

 

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7 crewel embroidery designs

You will find the following designs for crewel embroidery there in the book:

Tree of Happiness,

The Blue Bead,

Emerald City,

Assol,

Elisa,

Crewel Waltz and

The Ribbon Owl.

 

Meanwhile all the designs are available for stitching from our web site. Please kindly see the Crewel Design page.

 

5 fairy-tales

The book will be devoted to five fairy-tales / novels for children and adults, all well-known and - as they seem to be - in top favourite all around the globe:

- Cinderella by Sharles Perrault (first published in Paris in 1697)

- The Wild Swans by Hans Christian Andersen (1838, Copenhagen, Kingdom of Denmark),

- Scarlet Sails by Alexander Grin (1923, Russia),

- The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum (first published in Chicago in 1900) and

- Karolcia by Maria Krueger (1959, Poland).

 

Aimed for beginners

...as well as for experienced embroiderers and to everybody who enjoys creativity, experimenting with stitches and playing around with textures and techniques.

More than 90 stitches and author`s techniques would be there in the book, all in step-by-step photographs and - where necessary - associative memorizing tips to make the study process easier and funnier.

 

"A huge lot of pictures!"

There really would be a lot of them there in the book. In a word, there is an attempt to reduce the text whensoever possible. Psychologists have found people are more likely to follow diagrams and to study images rather then to read instructions.

 

Easy to stitch

Some of us hate shild shading, do not we? There would be tips in the book on how to avoid it, to replace it, and even projects excluding silk shading (long and short stitching) at all!

 

To pre-order 

contact cell phone: +380 67 450 2650 (Tatiana),

email: all_popov@bigmir.net