[HNW] question about Erica Wilson book(s)

trisbrooks at comcast.net trisbrooks at comcast.net
Sat Mar 29 09:20:34 PDT 2008

Actually, now that I think about it - Erica Wilson produced a crewel kit of the lady.  I bought it on Ebay several years ago. And it's somewhere in my stash.  I bought it because I thought it would be done in the original threads, but, no, the kit was supplied with the  Persian wool she used when she did the Columbia Minerva stuff.  But the color picture was the same picture that was in the embroidery book.  If I can find it I will let you know.  Right now I am deadline driven so if could be a few weeks. 
Barbara Jackson

 -------------- Original message ----------------------
From: Susan Farmer <sfarmer at goldsword.com>
> 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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