|Statement||[by] Rosemary Drysdale.|
|LC Classifications||TT778.B5 D79 1975b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p., 8 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||76362173|
Books shelved as blackwork: Blackwork by Mary Gostelow, Blackwork by Becky Hogg, Blackwork Embroidery by Elizabeth Geddes, Blackwork by Lesley Barnett, a. - I love blackwork. A lot. I even have a blog devoted to it: Hope you'll visit me there and leave a note!. See more pins. Blackwork, sometimes historically termed Spanish blackwork, is a form of embroidery generally using black thread, although other colors are also used on occasion. Sometimes it is counted-thread embroidery which is usually stitched on even-weave fabric. Traditionally blackwork is stitched in silk thread on white or off-white linen or cotton fabric. Sometimes metallic threads or . Apr 8, - Explore lgerich's board "Blackwork" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Blackwork, Blackwork embroidery and Blackwork patterns pins.
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The Art of English Blackwork Hans Holbein painting of Henry VIII, , with an interlaced arabesque and strapwork design on his doublet. While the nature of the black line stitch cannot be determined, nor how the outlined de-sign was filled with gold (latter not visible in these images), the embroidery would have been of black. Carol's blackwork book is excellent! The visual aspects of this book make it so easy to know what she is talking about. Also if you want to design blackwork, this book takes the guess work out of it. I can tell my book will get a lot of use as a reference. In Christ, Gail J. - . Blackwork Embroidery - lessons and designs. My love affair with blackwork embroidery began about 40 years ago, when I spotted a school friend creating a beautiful black and golden frog. I have loved it ever since and am so happy that I now have an opportunity to share this wonderful needlework technique with you. Blackwork embroidery was very popular in Tudor times, and it is now enjoying a tremendous revival. A form of counted-thread work, blackwork emphasizes shading contrasts that are possible working with a single color of thread. This book is /5(2).