Creating Sketchbooks for Embroiderers and Textile Artists

Creating Sketchbooks for Embroiderers and Textile Artists

Book - 2005
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Today the embroiderer's sketchbook, ideas book or journal embraces a range of exciting possibilities. It includes initial concept material, design, colour work, textile samples, stitches and three-dimensional pieces. Beautiful in itself, the embroiderer's material can also provide inspiration for more developed work. This is the first book to show students, general embroiderers and other textile artists how to make the most of their sketchbooks, showcasing examples from leading textile artists such as Audrey Walker, Rozanne Hawksley, Amanda Clayton and Ruth Issett. Illustrated with sketchbook pages through to finished textile pieces. The book covers:

Purposes of a Sketchbook: exploring and storing; investigation and ideas; research and collecting; experimentation and development; recording and analysis Different Approaches: drawing and collage; stitch and fabric; surface inspiration; pattern/colour/texture; design elements as starting points; models and maquettes; 3-D work; sketchbook work for its own sake; exploring concepts Making a Start: things to include; building confidence; when to use a sketchbook; don't be afraid to... Presentation, Materials, Tools, Techniques
Publisher: London : Batsford, 2005.
ISBN: 9780713489576
071348957X
Branch Call Number: 746.4402 GREENLEE
Characteristics: 128 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm.

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