Jacobean 7 Needle Lace Daaft Designs Embroidery
Pattern & Printed Panel Kit
Jacobean 7 Needle Lace Daaft Designs Embroidery is another beautiful design by Daaft Designs created for the experienced embroiderer. The Jacobean 7 design combines a mix of soft, subtle complementary colors in a variety of Jacobean stitches.
The Jacobean 7 Needle Lace Daaft Designs Embroidery Pattern and Print pack includes the design screen printed onto Dupion Silk that has been backed with cotton voile and over locked on the outer edges.
There are no threads included so that you are not forced to purchase threads which you may already have. Instead you will find a list of the threads used in this design.
- Pre-printed fabric
- detailed instructions
- stitch guide
- list of thread requirements and
- color photograph.
Design Size: 210mm x 195mm
Materials required are not included in the Kit but are listed as follows:
- DMC Ecru
- DMC 167
- DMC 738 x 2
- DMC 739
- DMC 3051
- DMC 3052
- DMC 3053
- Anchor 69
- Anchor 70
- Anchor 72
- Anchor Marlitt 1212
- DMC Special Dentelles 738
- DMC Special Dentelles Ecru
- DMC Special Dentelles 3051
- DMC Fil Metallise Thread 4251
- Miyuki Beads 15 2442
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Wikipedia describes Jacobean embroidery as follows:
Jacobean embroidery refers to embroidery styles that flourished in the reign of King James I of England in first quarter of the 17th century.
The term is usually used today to describe a form of crewel embroidery used for furnishing characterized by fanciful plant and animal shapes worked in a variety of stitches with two-ply wool yarn on linen. Popular motifs in Jacobean embroidery, especially curtains for bed hangings, are the Tree of Life and stylized forests, usually rendered as exotic plants arising from a landscape or terra firma with birds, stags, squirrels, and other familiar animals.