Elizabethan Book Cover
Heavily embroidered book cover typical of bookbindings from the late 16th and early 17th centuries. These small lavishly embroidered bindings were used for volumes of Psalms, the bible or other religious subjects. The completed book measures 12cm x 7cm.The embroidery is stitched in gumnut yarn “stars” silk threads on 55 count Kingston linen. Students can choose to do the embroidery for a book cover which will be the front, back & spine or just the front panel which could be framed.
The book cover is a beautiful complement to Maree's embroidered casket and fits neatly within. The printed pages of the book are a historical record of the development of this project by Maree. A workshop to make and bind the book is available to those students who have completed or are in the process of completing the casket.
Dates: Wednesday 31st August and Thursday 1st September
Time: 9.30am - 3.30pm
Tutor: Maree Talbot
Skill Level: Confident Embroiderer
EGWA Member - $140,00
Non-member - $280.00
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Kit Fee - $ 90 for complete book $55 for front cover only
(Please have money in a sealed envelope with your name, and give to the tutor on the morning of the workshop)
55 count Kingston linen with design printed
All gold and silk threads to complete project
Small pearls and spangles
What to bring:
Edmunds stretcher bar frame 8 X 9 inches or frame to fit linen which is 9 X 10 inches
4 inch hoop
Size 9 and 10 crewel or embroidery needles
Size 28 tapestry needles
Small ruler and pacer pencil
Bring your usual sewing supplies including sharp embroidery scissors.
Light and magnifiers if you need them.
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