Knitted Lace of Estonia: Techniques, Patterns, and by Nancy Bush

By Nancy Bush

Knitted Lace of Estonia: innovations, styles, and Traditions (Вязаные кружева Эстонии: Техника, узоры, и традиции) ХОББИ и РАЗВЛЕЧЕНИЯ, ХОББИ и РЕМЕСЛА Название:«Knitted Lace of Estonia»Автор:Nancy Bush Издательство:Interweave Press Год издания:2008Выпуск:Techniques, styles, and TraditionsЯзык:английский Страниц: a hundred and forty Формат:djvu в архиве rar Размер:24.3 МбСочетание некоторых из старейших трикотажных изделий в Северной Европе с аутентичными советами и рекомендацииями экспертов, это отличительная черта путеводителя, демонстрирующая широкий спектр знаний, техники вязания. Представленные 14 традиционных качественных проектов, доставшиеся нам в наследие, - включают в себя традиционные методы вязания кружева узорами, такими, как звезда, веточка, павлин, ландыш. Можно постоянно развивать и добавлять узоры кружев классическими техниками в современные вариациях, изучивфотографии из нескольких эстонских музеев, красиво иллюстрирующие различные завершенные проекты. В книге даны доступные инструкции и схемы вязания шалей и шарфов в эстонском стиле.Скачать c Скачать c ifolder eighty five

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At this stage just gather the information; perform an edit of the material at a later stage. Art Nouveau imagery inspired Diego Oliveira Reis to create a threedimensional expression directly onto the last; this can then be used to draw further variations. Paper is a great material to use for draping. It is cheap, easy to cut, and easy to attach to the last. Take a photo of your draping and use it as a basis for your drawings and designs, as done here by Diego Oliveira Reis. These paper-cut drapes by Diego Oliveira Reis were inspired by the Ballets Russes and the art of its time.

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However, in her research she dissected the subject completely. What is the history of pie? What is it made of, what is the chemical composition of the ingredients? What makes blueberries blue? This is a good example if you want to stick to a limited subject, and expand your research around it. Another student was inspired by an exhibition in a medical history museum—speciÄcally, the bones and bone structures of the human body. This research led to structural research ideas surrounding architectural concepts of scaffolding.

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