[HNW] question about Erica Wilson book(s)

Susan Farmer sfarmer at goldsword.com
Sat Mar 29 08:58:14 PDT 2008


Quoting S CLEMENGER <sclemenger at msn.com>:

> I just looked through my copy of Crewel Embroidery (originally   
> copyrighted in 1962, but published, I *think* in 1973, given the   
> inscription inside), and couldn't find anything resembling those   
> embroidered miniatures in her Embroidery Book.  There were a few   
> color photos, but mostly of embroidered furniture and a couple of   
> pieces of clothing.  Lots of b/w.
> Her book "Needlework to Wear" has a *lot* more color photos, but   
> again, nothing of those little girls.
> I like those miniatures in the E.B.  Thought it was a very clever   
> device to show off the different styles of needlework!
> Dang, now I've got myself an embroidery jones.....la, la, la, I'm   
> not listening...I've got yarn to spin.....

I know that there have to be color copies somewhere!  Thanks for looking.

And yeah, that's a project that speaks to me, too.

Susan
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