PET PORTRAIT EMBROIDERY the book!
Learn how to paint stunningly realistic pet portraits with just a needle and thread. Get started with 4 basic embroidery stitches, and follow the detailed tutorials to hone your skills!
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Learn the art of thread painting from Stitching Sabbatical sensation Michelle Staub
Cats and dogs seem to always have a paw planted firmly in our hearts. Capture the life in their eyes and the texture of their fur with a unique embroidered pet portrait! Self-taught artist Michelle Staub puts a modern spin on thread painting with her easy-to-learn approach.
Get started with 4 basic embroidery stitches, and follow the detailed tutorials to hone your skills. Capture awe-inspiring details of your pet with lessons in full-color thread painting or go clean with a simple line drawing―the choice is yours. Learn to personalize your art piece with names, dates, and decorative accents. With 20 sample patterns to customize, you can easily recreate any breed!
Work Made from Book:
Here you can find a list of corrections to be fixed for future printings. Please email me or C&T Publishing if you find any others!
- On page 63 (White cat), step 3, the color number 543 should be 452.
- On page 77 (Siamese cat) step 12, the color number 3771 is wrong, the correct number is 3371.
- On page 81 (Pug), step 5, the color number 3364 should be 3864 and is missing from the color chart.
- On page 94 (Orange cat), step 8, the color number 439 is incorrect and should be 739.
- On page 120 (Poodle Mix) in the color chart, there is a color listed as 936 and the correct number is 963.
- In the patterns section on page 138, both of the lowercase e’s are d’s. They should have been e’s. You can see the correct text by looking up the Josefin Slab and Boucherie Cursive fonts.