Traditional Chinese Designs : Iron-On Transfer Patterns by Barbara Christopher (1987, Paperback)
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About this product
- SynopsisOutstanding selection of 41 attractive and fascinating designs for embroidering, doing appliqu� work, painting on fabric, and more: dragons, cranes, fish, lotuses, peonies, chrysanthemums, other popular motifs. Stitch and color information.
- AuthorBarbara Christopher
- Number Of Pages48 pages
- SeriesDover Iron-On Transfer Patterns Ser.
- Publication Date1987-05-01
- PublisherDover Publications, Incorporated
- Copyright Date1987
- Weight9 Oz
- Width8.2 In.
- Length11 In.
- LC Classification NumberTT771
- Dewey Decimal746.44
- Dewey Edition19
Most relevant reviews
- 1355vickieAug 03, 2012by
Great Transfer Book
This book is a different style of needle punch.
They are very colorful and easy to do.
This compares to alot of other books. I enjoyed all the patterns in this book and was excited to recieve it.
Has very unique designs and styles
- 866572482@delet...Jun 03, 2009by
Great purchase of Chinese Designs
The book arrived on time and in excellent condition.
I'm interested in embroidery & quilting. Thru the clear iron on transfers in the book, it allows me to use intricate designs that I wouldn't be able to duplicate, otherwise. Because it is so new, the designs will be usable several times over. The book is exactly what I need to enjoy my hobbies.
Over the many years of enjoying the love of embroidering, I have found these books are an inexpensive and quick way, again, to duplicate traditional Chinese designs on to fabric.
- 758409707@delet...Jul 23, 2009by
Embroidery, Traditional Chinese Design Transfer Patts
These transfer Patterns are exquisite and come with stitch and color guide, and although they look complicated, they're done with the easiest of basic stitches. They can also be photocopied and used for paint/ink or crayon iron-on transfers. They make up beautifully, and look good on non-Chinese-type clothing.
Most of them are the round shape we expect from traditional Chinese art, but several of them are curved or long and straight. They can be used for all kinds of applications. I'm going to get the next one: "New Traditional Chinese
- mark1196345Aug 09, 2009by
Great Chinese Tranfers
The tranfers are one of a kind, Love them!Very few Oriental tranfers, just happened to run across these accidendely, very thankful!Let me know if you run across more! Mark