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Bargello and Related Stitchery by. Charles Barnes.
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Rome, Carol Cheney (1988) A New Look at Bargello: The Florentine Needlepoint Stitch Book Crown Publishers. Silverstein, Mira (1973) Bargello Plus Scribner.
illustrated in full color Hearthside Press. Boyles, Margaret (1974) Bargello: An Explosion in Color Macmillan Publishing Company. Rome, Carol Cheney (1988) A New Look at Bargello: The Florentine Needlepoint Stitch Book Crown Publishers. ISBN13:9780820803371. Release Date:January 1971.
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Bargello is a type of needlepoint embroidery consisting of upright flat stitches laid in a mathematical pattern to create motifs. Traditionally, Bargello was stitched in wool on canvas. Embroidery done this way is remarkably durable. The name originates from a series of chairs found in the Bargello palace in Florence, which have a "flame stitch" pattern. It is well suited for use on pillows, upholstery and even carpets, but not for clothing.