General Reference Material

I’m a huge ambassador for sharing information and any tips and tricks we might have. I also believe that what works for one person, isn’t going to work everyone! So in addition to the tips and tricks I share with you that are based on my own person experiences, here is a list of additional resources.

Below is a list of some of the books I’m reading and referencing (a lot of the time it is  just to see the pretty pictures!).

In the event I reference a store where the book or other reference material is available for sale, I am in no way endorsing you to purchase from this vendor. I aim to provide a global approach on finding these goods, however your local needlework store, bookstore or library may be the better place for you to purchase these products. And I always like to support local stores where at all possible, so please speak to them where you have one!

Long and Short Stitch Embroidery – A Collection of Flowers, Trish Burr

In Fine Style: The Art of Tudor and Stuart Fashion, Anna Reynolds

18th Century Embroidery Techniques, Gail Marsh

19th Century Embroidery Techniques, Gail Marsh

Mastering the Art of Embroidery, Sophie Long

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