By Elizabeth Bradley
A romantic number of 25 floral needlework tasks from the writer of Decorative Victorian Needlework. encouraged through genuine perennial favorites and heirloom flora, Bradley appropriately charts previous roses, pansies, tulips, lilies, snowdrops, poppies, peonies, and pleased sunflowers. remarkable colour pictures shot on position in Provence spotlight the undying attraction of those needlework designs. Full-color photographs.
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Stitch a double hem on one long side, and a single 1cm hem on the opposite edge, then press. Lay this piece onto one end of the grey chevron panel so that its twice hemmed edge is 4cm from the yellow triangles. Pin the raw side edges so they match up with the grey raw edges. Create two evenly spaced pleats in the sunflower fabric, then pin and stitch across the bottom. Press to make two vertical creases from the pleats, and topstitch each one close to the crease line. Cut 12cm x 23cm from floral print fabric, fold the bottom edge over by 1cm and press.
5cm from the side edges of the fabric. Place the outside fabric right side down on top of the zip, so that all the top edges are aligned. Pin and tack, then repeat with the other side of the zip. Machine stitch each side of the zip using a zipper foot. Trim the tabs so they align with the edges of the fabric. Open out the pouch so the zip is facing upwards. Press the edges of the fabric you've just sewn, then topstitch them down. Making sure the zip is undone, open the pouch so the right sides of the lining are facing, and pin.
Pin and tack. Stitch a 1cm seam around the edge and trim the excess fabric, then remove the tacking stitches. Turn the cover right sides out and tease the corners, then press. Next, topstitch the cover all the way around, 5mm in from the edge. Thread three beads onto the ribbon using a beading needle and tie a knot to secure them, trim the ribbon at a 45° angle to prevent fraying. Slip a chosen book into the cover and tie the bow to close. The reading corner In these techno-led times, sitting down to enjoy a good book is somewhat of a novelty.
Needlework Antique Flowers by Elizabeth Bradley