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Drawn to stitch : line, drawing and…
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Drawn to stitch : line, drawing and mark-making in textile art (original 2010; udgave 2010)

af Gwen Hedley

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Line is an essential component of all textile and surface art. When used effectively, line and mark-making convey texture, tone, form, movement, and mood. With Drawn to Stitch by your side, learn creative uses of line in embroidery and textile art. Artist and teacher Gwen Hedley shares a series of exercises designed to explore line's potential as well as develop your creativity. Drawn to Stitch also covers line and mark-making tools, materials, and processes, including printing and mixed-media techniques. Gwen explores stitch, explaining how to interpret different line qualities from crisp and sharp to soft and diffused and from raised and overlaid to recessed and inlaid. Full of inspiring ideas, Drawn to Stitch is illustrated with stunning examples of stitched-textile work from leading artists.… (mere)
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Titel:Drawn to stitch : line, drawing and mark-making in textile art
Forfattere:Gwen Hedley
Info:Loveland, CO : Interweave Press LLC, 2010, c2010.
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Drawn to Stitch: Line, Drawing, and Mark-Making in Textile Art af Gwen Hedley (2010)

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This book examines the design possibilities of "line" in relationship to thread.
I like this book for 2 reasons; the first is that their are a variety of prompts/exercises that really do work as an inspirational diving board.
The second reason is that about half of the book examines a bunch of textile artists work with technique coaching. We don't hear enough about textile artists outside of quilting and that's a shame because there are a lot of talented people using thread and fabric as their medium.
Drawn to Stitch smacks a bit of the traditional crafting book but I like that also because it makes this way of looking at textiles more accessible to people like myself that find fine art concepts a wee bit intimidating.
I enjoy a good crafting book that spells out specific instructions on how to make a particular something but those are plentiful. This book shows us not only the possibilities of line but the possibility of Textile Art as art with a Capitol A. ( )
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Line is an essential component of all textile and surface art. When used effectively, line and mark-making convey texture, tone, form, movement, and mood. With Drawn to Stitch by your side, learn creative uses of line in embroidery and textile art. Artist and teacher Gwen Hedley shares a series of exercises designed to explore line's potential as well as develop your creativity. Drawn to Stitch also covers line and mark-making tools, materials, and processes, including printing and mixed-media techniques. Gwen explores stitch, explaining how to interpret different line qualities from crisp and sharp to soft and diffused and from raised and overlaid to recessed and inlaid. Full of inspiring ideas, Drawn to Stitch is illustrated with stunning examples of stitched-textile work from leading artists.

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