From Image to Stitch : Design Development Without Drawing Hardback
by Maggie Grey
This book is about taking an image- a drawing, painting, digital photograph, computer design or photocopy- and, using simple methods, turning it into a piece of textile art.
The author takes you through a variety of techniques for creating the image, such as scanning mixed-media artwork and digital photographs, or using imaging software to create exciting patterns and effects.
No technical knowledge is required to use this book, as it offers easy-to-follow instructions, and the materials, technology and equipment are all readily available.
But at the centre of the book lies the use of stitch.
Having produced the image and transferred it to fabric, the next step is to enhance it with hand or machine embroidery.
Innovative methods, both in the image transfer and the stitch, are simplified and broken down into the easy stages.
Throughout the book, inspirational ideas are offered to get your creativity going.
From books to bangles, panels, bags and vessels, the book offers all textile artists ideas to expand their creative work.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 128 pages, 130 illustrations
- Publisher: Pavilion Books
- Publication Date: 02/06/2008
- Category: Art & design styles: Arts & Crafts style
- ISBN: 9781906388027