I bought a new book:
The cover feels like muslin. I’ve never felt such a surface on a book. It puts you right in the mood to sew something. I like to by books but I have become very selective. Many are disappointing; nothing new to me. This one is great.
Before I got the book I made the decision to not hide knots. Rather, tie them on the surface and leave a tail. I was so delighted to see knots as marks in the book. A good example of a finished piece is Reworkings Overall. The surface is covered with knots of various colors.
The most amazing examples in the book are called: Radiant Miniatures, 5×7″. Twenty or more are pictured. I quickly tried to figure out how to replicate the rhythm of the stitches. This photo is is a good example of rhythmic stitches.
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If you do buy the book, let me know what you think.