[HNW] "The Needlework of Mary Queen of Scots"

Lee Carter mouse at well.com
Fri Dec 28 16:54:14 PST 2001


I found my book through Albris.   It was hard to find.   They have a website.

Lee
At 10:09 PM 12/27/01 -0800, you wrote:
>I used to own it.  It's a look at the needlework Mary Queen of Scots
>actually did while 'a guest' of the English Queen.  It has some background
>on contemporary embroidery, including what they had for kits in those days,
>on contemporary embroidery pattern sources, and on the pieces and the
>embroiderers themselves.  As I recall it has some pictures clear enough
>that you can see stitches.
>
>If you're looking for a recommendation as to whether or not to buy yourself
>a copy, go for it.  I gave mine to someone as a gift, but have missed it
since.
>
>SNSpies at aol.com writes, in a message sent 12:26 AM 12/28/01 -0500:
>>Hello to the list.
>>
>>Does anyone know this book?  Can you please tell me what is in it?  Thanks.
>>
>>Nancy
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>Kayta
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