Leaning into the third dimension of embroidery work, this book illustrates the myriad directions one can take embroidery when embracing the inherent spatiality of the artform. Well illustrated and greatly detailed, it covers the history of dimensionality in needlework, a variety of materials and techniques for the embroiderer, and perspectives on how to transfer artistic ideas to their final forms.
Soft cover with both black and white and color photography throughout.
Condition: Very good, with clean, crisp pages. Mild wear on the exterior visible in photos.
Measures ~8.5"x11". 104 pages.