Book coverBead & Sequin Embroidery Stitches

Errata:
Introduction and Chapter One

Page Paragraph Text as published (first edition and possibly later editions) Text as in author's manuscript
9  3rd para I see my book as a guide to the alphabet of bead and sequin embroidery stitches. I see my book as learning the alphabet of bead and sequin embroidery stitches.
10, 11 Chapter heading Getting started Things you need to know
11 First "TIP" box (refer to the Glossary on Pages 114–116) (use a dictionary) [See Note 1]
11 Column 2 ... the change-over will be indicated in brackets. Where necessary, reverse diagrams by looking at them in a mirror or carefully trace over them and reverse the tracing. ... the change-over will be indicated in brackets, such as right (left). Reverse diagrams where necessary by looking at them in a mirror or carefully trace over them and reverse the tracing. Some of the embroidery designs are included in the book.
11 3rd para ... until it is thoroughly moistened. ... until it is saliva soaked.
11 3rd para Add at end of paragraph: I use this method when I get a blood spot on my shirt collar sometimes after shaving.
12 Fig 1.1 ... transparent glass beads ... ... silver lined glass beads ...
12 Fig 1.2 Round holes have a more solid shine Round hole silver lined beads have a solid shine
13 3rd para ... rim on the wrong side or they can be ... ... rim on the wrong side they can be ...
14 Top line Be careful to sew these sequins on the correct way, as sometimes the wrong side is not as shiny (fig 1.6). Sometimes the wrong side is not as shiny (fig 1.6). Photographs cannot easily show these effects.
14 2nd para ... oval-shaped beads known as 'oats' ... ... oval-shaped pearls known as 'oats' ...
17 1st para Add at end of paragraph: For the first few exercises use size 10 beads, and a few each of 5 mm flat sequins, 3 or 4 mm pearls and a size 10, 11 or 12 beading needle. No thread needed at this stage. Have ready two containers for the beads, one felt lined.
18 Column 2  ... and wax it to a point. Thread the needle using a magnifying glass if necessary. ... and wax it to a point. Cut off any surplus fibres but leave the point. Thread the needle. You may need a magnifying glass.


Note 1: The glossary was originated without my authorisation and contains errors. It should be ignored.

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