From the introduction:
Framing a piece of embroidery or an appliqued picture used to be a tricky and often prohibitively expensive business. The concept of framing an unumbellished piece of fabirc just because you liked the pattern was pretty much out of the question. I'm not sure when I first noticed people sharing pictures of embroidery displayed in the same hoop used to stitch it, but right from the start it seemed like the smartest of solutions.
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About the Author
Kirsty Neale is a freelance writer, illustrator and designer-maker based near London. She is an author of children's fiction and non-fiction books and regularly designs creative projects for magazines and her Etsy shop (www.etsy.com/shop/helloclementine). She has contributed projects to several craft books, including the D&C title 101 Ways to Stitch, Craft, Create. She loves to use vintage, recycled or repurposed pieces in her work and has developed her own trademark style.