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0950317209
Author:
Lindsay Morgan
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[The author] (1973)
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Curve Stitching is a creative, practical activity with a strong mathematical background. This book explains the technique and there is a good selection of beautiful designs.

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Curve Stitching: Make intricate geometric designs with thread on paper. The simplest thing to curve stitch is a parabola. I will show the steps to make a triangle here, but they work the same for other shapes. Go up through a corner and go back down through the hole on the opposite side closest to either opposite corner.

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