Discovering Embroidering of the 19th Century is a reference guide that focuses on embroidery post 1830s. Written by Santina M. Levey, this is not a pattern book but discusses the different trends, stitches, and appliqués in 19th century embroidery. This 64 page booklet covers different areas where embroidery would be used, from quilting to beadwork, to costuming and more, in some detail. Published in 1983 by Shire Publications.
Condition: This vintage Discovering Embroidery of the 19th Century is in great vintage condition. There is slight wear to the front cover, but this book looks in great shape and mostly unused. This vintage embroidery book has a slight musty smell.
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