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"Touching on everything from textiles and clothing to accessories and stitching, it celebrates the rich history of embroidery in the UK." Craft Business
"This is definitely a must-have book for anyone passionate about embroidery and mixed media." East Kent Embroiderers' Guild Newsletter
"A celebration of the centuries-old traditions of English embroidery, Jan brings the ancient textile skills to life, and her exquisite mixed-media creations bring them up to date." Stitch Magazine
"Have you ever picked up one of those 'must have' books? This is one of them! Pages of a stunning pictorial feast make this a reference book to treasure." Fabrications
"Combines Jan's love of history, art and embroidery culminating in a remarkable book that is fascinating to read, to look at and to work from." New Stitches
Jan Messent is a member of the Embroiderers' Guild and the author of several books, including Jan Messent’s Knit a Fantasy Story and Jan Messent’s Wool n’ Magic.
My husband bought this book for me, thinking it would have historical information on Celtic, Viking & Anglo-Saxon embroidery. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Barbara A Lowe
While the book itself was lovely and well presented, it was not what I had anticipated.Published 5 months ago by L. Allie
I enjoyed seeing her research made into art books, but I thought it was going to be a book about motifs from the period, patterns for embroidered samplers and trims for clothing. Read morePublished 7 months ago by susan millar
Do Not Waste Your Money!!!.
This book has nothing to do with Celtic, Viking, & Anglo-Saxon embroidery. The title is not just misleading but terribly inaccurate. Read more
This book is lovely as a showcase for artwork done with Celtic, Viking, and Anglo-Saxon twists and inspiration, but definitely not much more than an art book. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Erin E Severe
lovely book..beautifully done and a delight even if you don't do needlework.This is a book that will give much inspiration to all levels of needleworker... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Lee