Embroidery
Embroidery is the handicraft of decorating fabric or other materials with needle and thread or yarn. Embroidery may also incorporate other materials such as metal strips, pearls, beads, quills, and s...
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Dior - Step inside the hidden world of the Paris embroidery
Step inside the hidden world of the Paris xzatelier Maison Vermont, responsible for the masterful decoration found on Maria Grazia Chiuri’s Autumn-Winter 2017-18 haute couture creations,...
Everlasting blossoms
The McPherson Family performs Leaning On The Everlasting Arms at the 2007 Bean Blossom Gospel Festival in Bean Blossom, IN.
Art needlework
Art needlework was a type of surface embroidery popular in the later nineteenth century under the influence of the Pre-Raphaelites and the Arts and Crafts Movement.Artist and designer William Morris i...
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Chinese embroidery
Chinese embroidery refers to embroidery created by any of the cultures located in the area that makes up modern China. It is some of the oldest extant needlework. The four major regional styles of C...
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English embroidery
English embroidery includes embroidery worked in England or by English people abroad from Anglo-Saxon times to the present day. The oldest surviving English embroideries include items from the early 1...
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Embroidery of India
Embroidery in India includes dozens of regional embroidery styles that vary by region. Designs in Indian embroidery are formed on the basis of the texture and the design of the fabric and the stitch. ...
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Jacobean embroidery
Jacobean embroidery refers to embroidery styles that flourished in the reign of King James I of England in first quarter of the 17th century.The term is usually used today to describe a form of crewe...
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Kaitag textiles
Kaitag textiles are an unusual embroidered textile art form from the Kaitag district of southwest Daghestan, Russia, inhabited mainly by Dargins. Kaitag textiles are of simple construction, being laid...
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Korean embroidery
Korean embroidery techniques and artifacts have a long history, but there is the most evidence from the Joseon Dynasty, after the 14th century in Korea. This article talks about the history, styles, p...
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Persian embroidery
Persian embroidery is one of the many forms of the multi-faceted Persian arts.The motifs used in the Persian embroidery are mostly floral, especial Persian figures, animals, and patterns related to hu...
Persian embroidery - Wikipedia
Rushnik
Rushnyk (Ukrainian: рушник, Belarusian: ручнік, Russian: рушник, ручник) is a ritual cloth embroidered with symbols and cryptograms of the ancient world. They have been used throughout Eas...
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Ukrainian embroidery
Ukrainian embroidery (Ukrainian: Вишивка, Vyshyvka) occupies an important place among the various branches of Ukrainian decorative arts. Embroidery has a rich history in Ukraine, and has long appe...
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Vietnamese embroidery
Vietnamese hand embroidery is a 700-year-old tradition. Usually, tiny threads are used to create brightly coloured pictures on cloth. It is a popular extracurricular activity for young girls in high s...
Butler-Bowden Cope
The Butler-Bowden Cope is a cope in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum. It derives its name from the family who owned it for several centuries. It dates from 1330–50 and shows scenes fr...
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Bayeux Tapestry
The Bayeux Tapestry (French: Tapisserie de Bayeux, [tapisʁi də bajø], Norman: La telle du conquest) is an embroidered cloth nearly 70 metres (230 ft) long and 50 centimetres (20 in) tall...
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Bradford carpet
The Bradford Carpet is a canvas work embroidery made in the early 17th century (ca. 1600–1615) that originally belonged to the Earl of Bradford at Castle Bromwich.The carpet measures 16 by 6 feet (4.9...
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Hastings Embroidery
The Hastings Embroidery was commissioned by Group Captain Ralph Ward and made by the Royal School of Needlework in 1965 to celebrate the 900th anniversary of the Battle of Hastings the following year....
Hestia Tapestry
The Hestia Tapestry is a Byzantine tapestry, made in Egypt during the 6th century AD, and now in the in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection in Washington DC. It is a late representation of the god...
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Margaret Laton's embroidered jacket
Margaret Laton's jacket is a surviving example of English Jacobean embroidery, significant because it appears in a portrait which has also survived. The jacket was originally owned and worn by Margar...
Margaret Laton's embroidered jacket - Wikipedia
New World Tapestry
The New World Tapestry was for a time the largest stitched embroidery in the world, larger than the Bayeux Tapestry. It depicts English colonisation attempts in Newfoundland, North America, the Guyan...
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Overlord embroidery
The Overlord embroidery was commissioned by Lord Dulverton in 1968 and made by the Royal School of Needlework from designs by artist Sandra Lawrence. It commemorates the D-Day invasion of France durin...
Quaker Tapestry
The Quaker Tapestry consists of 77 panels illustrating the history of Quakerism from the 17th century to the present day. The idea of Quaker Anne Wynn-Wilson, the tapestry has a permanent home at the ...
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