[HNW] Schuette - A Pictorial History

Alexandria Doyle garbaholic at gmail.com
Wed Dec 13 13:36:15 PST 2006

I know that in the last year, or less, I purchased a copy for under $200.
It is the most expensive book I've ever purchased but having seen the same
book for over $1200 at the local needlework shop I figured it was a good
investment.  Not that I'd ever consider selling it... I don't think I could
get that desparate for money...

must remember to make arrangements with son for book "disposal" because his
sister would just drop them all off at the local used book store for

On 12/13/06, Allison263 at aol.com <Allison263 at aol.com> wrote:
> Greetings,
> Sometimes OWNING a Schuette isn't beyond the realm of possibility. I
> regularly see copies for sale through bookfinder.com and abebooks.com. I
> once saw a copy on Ebay where bidding started at $99 (it eventuallywent up
> to the $300s, though) A few years back several embroiderers in the East
> snagged French copies for around $100. There were plenty of us with English
> versions who made copies of the text for them. Finally, keep in mind that
> the book was also published under the title "Art of Embroidery," and you can
> sometimes find copies of those for sale.
> Cheers,
> Gabrielle
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