Content : Also known as «jours à points comptés, «ajours» ou «fils écartés» this technique provides «jours» by simply tightening the threads of the fabric.
Nothing is cut, nothing is removed.
This embroidery takes off in the eighteenth century Europe and more particularly in the Dresden region. This is a basis of the Dresden embroidery and Schwalm embroidery (Germany).
In this book discover:
• This technique, perfect for decorating with elegance and refinement table linen, curtains, clothes, etc,
• a Bible of nearly 200 points and patterns,
• written explanations, drawings and picture of the result.
Rights sold: English (UK, US), Russian.