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As I have mentioned before I have no way of knowing, specifically, what the contents of a needlework book are before I order it. Unless it is the work of some well-known needlework author and the has advance word or publicity, I can only go by the title and category the book is in.
I have been trying to find a book about Machine Embroidery of Letters & Numbers to add to my Alphabets & Monograms Category. This is my 2nd try and my 2nd failure.
This is a fine book about creative embroidery done with a regular sewing machine. No fancy industrial or specialty sewing machine is needed.
The projects are interesting, artistically they are modern rather then traditional. The instructions are clear, concise & easy to read. If you want a book on free hand and very creative embroidery, lacey effects, textural surfaces & unusual effects etc. done by sewing machine, I would recommend this book.
But it does not have any letters or numbers.
This is another fine B. T. Batsford Ltd. needlework book. first published in the UK in 1991. This glossy cover paperbound edition was published in 1996. Re-printed in 2001 & 2003. 127 pages with a full index.
This is a new book but it arrived with the lower right hand corner slightly crushed. This is minor and does not effect the use or usefulness of this book in any way. Selling at a slight extra discount to it's original price because of this.