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Crewel Twists – Book Review

from Hazel Blomkamp’s new book called Crewel Twists,

Book: Crewel Twists by Hazel Blomkamp. 160 pages. Whether you refer to it as crewel or Jacobean, this free form of surface embroidery has been around for centuries and is still popular amongst needle artists today. Because of the nature of the fanciful objects and the tradition of using a large variety of stitches in one project, it lends itself to endless creative expression.


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