new canvaswork (yes, the title does not have caps on purpose) was published in 2007 in England. There is a wealth of needlepoint techniques, stitches and innovative ideas here. The book is subtitled 'creative techniques in needlepoint".
There is some absolutely incredible stitching here. All the pictures are full color, bright and beautiful.
the chapters are:
Background Surfaces (or treatments)
colour, design & stitch,
Couching on a canvas background
Embroidery ... More Info
This handy little book is another in June McKnigh's series of Needlepoint and Bargello Needlepoint book. The books are small with big spiral bindings. They are the perfect size to carry in your needlepoint tote bag and I love spiral bounds books, they lay flat when open.
The subtitle for this book is "The Ten Commandments of Background Stitching" "Rules to help in the selection of the perfect background".
I think that pretty much says it all.
This is, as I have noted, a small ... More Info
The subtitle to this book by well-known needlepoint teacher Ruth Dilts book is: Guide To Painted Canvas.
To quote Ms Dilts Forward: "Looking at a painted canvas can be very dainting. There are so many choices to be made. Where does one start? Actually this is the fun part, once you have developed some confidence. This book will help you gain that confidence.
Needlepoint 101 will help you look at any painted canvas and decide which basic stitches and threads to use. I will show you ... More Info
This is Ruth Dilts newest book, Needlepoint 202, a continuation of her Painted Canvas series. This books also credits Joan Lohr who created the graphs.
The cover says this book is "A Guide To 12 Different Techniques with Illustrations for Embellishment of The painted Canvas." and this cover is yellow sparkly instead of flat blue the Needlepoint 101. (useless to know but still...)
Quoting from Ms Dilts introduction: "The intent of this book is to tempt you, the stitcher, to try new ... More Info