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Beading on Fabric: Encyclopedia of Bead Stitch Techniques Hardcover – September 1, 2006
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"Plenty of inspiration to set the creative juices flowing and needles stitching." - Monsters and Critics.com
"People have been asking me which book I'd recommend for learning bead embroidery. This is it... It's really that good." - BellaOnline.com Guide to Beadwork
"Add just a touch of sparkle to your quilts or create a totally encrusted piece. Here's everything you need to know." - Quilter's Newsletter
"Don Pierce is one of the finest loom artists the bead world knows... This is a beautiful and must-have book." - About.com Guide to Beadwork
"Loaded with photographs and illustrations sure to put anyone in the beading mood." - Bangor Daily News
"This book gives you the fundamentals for combining beads with fabric, and then shows you the heights to which you can climb once you add an obsession for fabric to your beader's stash." - Bead Society of Greater Chicago
"This book will help you add sparkle, texture, and dimension to your work." - Notions, a publication of the American Sewing Guild
About the Author
Larkin Jean Van Horn is a mixed-media artist who works with art quilts, beadwork, wearable art, and liturgical textiles. Her work has been displayed and has won honors both regionally and nationally. She is a teacher, a lecturer, and the author of Beadwork for Fiber Artists. She lives on Whidbey Island, Washington.
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Her pictures are beautiful and most are nicely detailed so you can see the beads used and you get an idea on color combinations. Every bead book should be spiral bound so they can lay flat like this one!