Embroidered Boxes by Heather Lewis (Free Download), This beautiful, practical guide to creating and embellishing embroidered boxes is written by Heather Lewis, a tutor with the Royal School of Needlework. It contains a history of the embroidered box, from the seventeenth century to the present day, and features techniques and guidance for needleworkers wishing to apply their skills to a practical application of the craft.
There are three projects to try: a small treasure chest with a curved lid, embroidered dragonfly detail and a false floor; a hexagonal box with a beautiful embroidered lid depicting afternoon tea, and an intricate stumpwork casket with a mirror in the lid and a hidden drawer. Each has a template and extensive instructions for preparation, embroidery and construction.
Embroidered Boxes by Heather Lewis (Coming Soon).
About Heather Lewis
Heather’s passion for embroidery began at a very young age: training at a fashion house in Yorkshire, UK before graduating from the RSN Apprenticeship Scheme in 2002. Heather has taught embroidery for the Royal School of Needlework (RSN) at various locations in the UK and the United States. She currently teaches on the RSN Certificate and Diploma courses and on day classes.