Dorothy Kaestner's wonderful book, 4 Way Bargello. I have a copy of this book myself and have sold so many here I now buy them in multiples, not 1 at a time. Although they are getting harder to find, or to find in a reasonable condition. I recently ordered 2 and both arrived full of foxing. Not good. Needless to say, I got a refund.
This is, of course, a rare book. It is getting harder to find more each time I sell one.
4-Way Bargello is a very advanced form of Bargello Needlepoint. ... More Info
An unusual book and one I had not heard of before I began searching for these books. It focuses on geometric needlepoint designs, mostly with just one or two colors, occasionally three colors. The designs use stitch and texture to create their effect and they sure do.
This book has been a consistant & steady seller for years now, here on NewNeedlepoint.com. This is the first time I have had a paperbound copy of it. In general, paperbound books do not age & hold up as well as hard cover ... More Info
Elsa Williams is one of the better known needlework designers. Her designs and products include needlepoint, embroidery, crewel work, cross stitch and more. The needlework products bearing her name are too numerous to mention.
The iconic needlepoint book gets harder to find each time I search for it to re-order.
This is Elsa William's Bargello book. It is one of the most important of the early books on Bargello needlepoint. it is another fine Van Nostrand Reinhold book, published in ... More Info
Sherlee Lantz is well known as the creator and author of the book Triangle Point as well as this, is her encyclopedic and huge (508 pages) book on the structure and geometry of needlepoint.
The book is subtitled: Centuries of Design, Textures, Stitches A New Exploration
I never noticed this before but the back cover has recommendations from some unusual people like: The New York Times, Leo Lerman, Romain Gary & Jules Feiffer.
From the front dust jacket" We usually associate the ... More Info