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  • Author:
    Ian McNaughton,Meik McNaughton
  • ISBN:
    1861080662
  • ISBN13:
    978-1861080660
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  • Publisher:
    Sterling Pub Co Inc (June 30, 1998)
  • Pages:
    102 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Crafts & Hobbies
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  • Rating:
    4.8
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Ships from and sold by TopValuePro. The McNaughtons' work, a sequel to their Making Miniature Oriental Rugs & Carpets, has a new selection of tiny rugs with fantastic detail. Whitehead's wall hangings are original designs based on historic motifs.

If Frank M. Cooper's Oriental Carpets in Miniature (Interweave, 1994) has been popular with your patrons or if you have . Meik and Ian McNaughton have put together a lovely set of illustrations for miniature oriental carpets

If Frank M. Cooper's Oriental Carpets in Miniature (Interweave, 1994) has been popular with your patrons or if you have requests for miniature designs for doll-house enthusiasts, you will surely want to consider purchasing this fine new title. Meik and Ian McNaughton have put together a lovely set of illustrations for miniature oriental carpets. The charts are in color which is a plus, and their sample of oriental designs is good for miniaturizing.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Making Miniature Oriental Rugs and . They are based on authentic oriental rugs and carpets from Turkey, the Caucasus, Iran, Afghanistan and Central Asia. Read full description. See details and exclusions.

They are based on authentic oriental rugs and carpets from Turkey, the Caucasus, Iran, Afghanistan and Central Asia.

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Delight in this collection of 25 miniature Oriental rug designs, carefully adapted to 1/12 scale. Be the first to ask a question about Making Miniature Oriental Rugs & Carpets. Make a Turkish "Holbein" carpet, a modern kelim, a late 19th century Gendje runner, a Baluchi prayer rug, and many others. Each project is showcased in a full-color photo and includes a color chart, list of thread shades, and historical background on the design. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Meik McNaughton, Ian McNaughton

Meik McNaughton, Ian McNaughton. Aimed at dolls' house enthusiasts, keen needlepoint stitchers and connoisseurs of fine carpets, this collection of miniaturized oriental carpet designs contains 25 designs shown in full colour photographs and 1:12 scale colour charts.

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Aimed at dolls' house enthusiasts, keen needlepoint stitchers and connoisseurs of fine carpets, this collection of miniaturized oriental carpet designs contains 25 designs shown in full colour photographs and 1:12 scale colour charts. They are based on authentic oriental rugs and carpets from Turkey, the Caucasus, Iran, Afghanistan and Central Asia.

Gardataur
The book is beautifully laid out, with rugs grouped into a general area of origin, and then further information is given before the rug's pattern. The patterns, which are printed in full colour, are the best I have ever come across, with each big square broken down into a smaller grid of 10 x 10 squares. Thus one can always orientate oneself in the design, although careful counting is of course necessary. Vertical and horizontal centre lines are indicated, and patterns are always printed on one page, so there is no irritating confusion of working with a pattern over 2 pages. The rugs usually start with simpler designs, but every rug is a challenge in itself - no room for overconfidence here. I recommend this, and the subsequent book by the same authors, with absolutely no reservations whatsoever. They should be staples in any needleworker's library.
Tegore
Meik and Ian McNaughton have put together a lovely set of illustrations for miniature oriental carpets. The charts are in color which is a plus, and their sample of oriental designs is good for miniaturizing. I appreciate this publication, as I do share their passion for this sort of needlework.
Umi
A must have for anyone who loves to stitch for a dollhouse. Small projects, and pretty easy to follow designs.
Rageseeker
This shows some rugs, but it really is not worth the price.
Nuadazius
It is an excellent book with easy-to-follow steps to make the carpets.