This book by Katherine Kennedy shows how easy it is to learn Swedish Weaving and Huck Embroidery. The small and easy projects featured are great for classes, and the full-color charts make learning the pattern simple. Page Count: 48 Skill Level: Beginner Review by Lisa S. I just wanted to send you congratulations and a big thank-you on your newest book, Learn Swedish Weaving & Huck Embroidery. Your book has to be the most thorough, well thought out crafting book I have ever read. All of the instructions are clear and concise and you have included anything that I think someone new to Swedish Weaving may ask. It has been many years since I have done this craft and I am excited to get back into it and have your more modern designs to make. I like everything in the book! And with my first grandchild due in October, I already have some baby projects lined up. Keep up the great work! Review by Barbara Rhoades I have done what I thought was Huck embroidery since I was a small child. Mom would iron on a transfer to Huck toweling (which we could get by the yard at that time) and then I would fill in the areas with floss and do an outline stitch around the individual design. After reading this book, I find there is a lot more to this craft than I ever knew. I also learned that Aida cloth can be used as well as Monk's Cloth and Huck toweling for the medium on which this embroidery is done. Since I have plenty of Aida cloth I plan on using it up with the projects in this book. The book contains a dozen projects from book marks to afghans and plenty smaller sized projects in between. The graphs are on tear out pages and are in color. There are also two alphabets so you can personalize a book mark with initials or make a place mat with each person's name. If you want to expand your knowledge of Swedish Weaving/Huck Embroidery, this book will take you by the hand and give you the information you need.
Learn Swedish Weaving & Huck Embroidery
- Katherine Kennedy