Bottensomsmotiv by S. Lawergren ~ 1968 ~ White Work Pulled Thread Embroidery craft book
Bottensomsmotiv by S. Lawergren
EHE publishers, approx 1968
Paperback measures 12 x 8 1/2 inches with 16 pages.
In very good condition. Please see photos for condition detail.
I do not speak Swedish or Norwegian so cannot tell much other than this is a delightful visual instruction book on white work pulled thread embroidery. The photos show how the book is laid out and what little text there actually is in it. It is mostly showing the types of stitches and how to make them. Very nice addition to any craft or embroidery library~
Thanks for looking~!
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