Happy stitching in the New Year!

The art work for the first of the “Needle Arts with Vision Loss” books is complete! A big thank you to the best calligrapher, Victoria Hoke Lane!

This means I hope to have two books published very soon in e-book format with the MP3 versions made available at the same time. Stay tuned for more details!

Here are the book covers with verbal descriptions as a sneak preview~

Book#1 Needle Arts with Vision Loss: How to Enjoy Making Braided Rugs without Sight "Needle Arts with Vision Loss" is white lettering on a loden green banner. "How to Enjoy Making" appears as black running stitches forming the letters on a white background.  "Braided Rugs" is black on a white background with the b, a, d,r and g letters contain miniature braided rugs as part of the letters. "Without Sight" letters are also black running stitches on white. At the bottom is a loden green banner with my name Shireen Irvine Perry in white letters.

Book #1- Needle Arts with Vision Loss: How to Enjoy Making Braided Rugs Without Sight
A verbal description: “Needle Arts with Vision Loss” is white lettering on a loden green banner. “How to Enjoy Making” appear as black running stitches forming the letters on a white background. “Braided Rugs” is black on a white background with the b, a, d,r and g letters containing miniature braided rugs as part of each letter. “Without Sight” letters take shape with black running stitches on white background. At the bottom is a loden green banner with my name Shireen Irvine Perry in white lettering.

Book #2 Needle Arts with Vision Loss: How to Enjoy Needle Felting without Sight "Needle Arts with Vision Loss" is white lettering on a fushia banner. "How to Enjoy" is black running stitches on a white background. "Needle Felting" are puffed fuzzy letters outlined in black on white with parts of the letters reminding me of a catepillar. "Without Sight" are black running stitches on white background. The bottom banner of fushia has my name Shireen Irvine Perry in white lettering.

Book #2-  Needle Arts with Vision Loss: How to Enjoy Needle Felting Without Sight
A verbal description: “Needle Arts with Vision Loss” is white lettering on a fushia banner. “How to Enjoy” appear as black running stitches forming the letters on a white background. The “Needle Felting”  letters  with fuzzy black fibers on the edges appear puffed, on white background with parts of the letters reminding me of a soft caterpillar. “Without Sight” letters take shape with black running stitches on white background. At the bottom is a banner of fushia with my name Shireen Irvine Perry in white lettering.

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