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Needlework books - all types. Cross stitch, embroidery, needlepoint, bargello, tatting, plastic canvas, blackwork, candlewicking, lacework and more.

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Bargello
Books with designs and projects in bargello.

Blackwork
Books with blackwork patterns, etc.

Candlewicking & Whitework Books
All about candlewicking and whitework.

Crewelwork Books
Books on crewel designs and stitches.

Chicken Scratch
Books on chicken scratch; also known as snowflaking and tenneriffe lace.

Cross Stitch
All types of cross stitching books.

Embellishments
Books on needlework embellishments - tassels.

Embroidery Books
All types of embroidery books.

Hardanger
Hardanger embroidery books.

Iron-On Transfers
Iron-on tranfer patterns, ready to press on fabric and other items.

Lacework
Books on needle lace.

Needle Felting
Books on needle felting.

Needlepoint
Lots of needlepoint books.

Plastic Canvas
Lots of plastic canvas books and pamphlets.

Punch Needle Art
Books on punch needling.

Quillwork
Porcupine quillwork books.

Redwork Embroidery
Books of redwork embroidery designs and projects.

Ribbon Embroidery Books
Guides and basics for ribbon embroidery.

Sashiko
Learn the traditional Japanese technique of needlework, Sashiko.

Smocking Designs
Books on smocking designs and techniques.

Stumpwork Books
Books on the dimensional, raised texture embroidery known as stumpwork.

Tapestry
Books on tapestry.

Tatting
Books on lacework using the tatting technique.