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Hand sewing brilliance. No knots.

An embroidery pattern book by Mary E. Waring

'SPIDER-CLOSE,' embroidery by Swedish designer Petra Borner

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Shawl Place Made: Africa: North Africa, Egypt, Upper Egypt, Asyut Period: Early 20th century Date: 1900 - 1930 Dimensions: L 224 cm x W 66 c...

England, Britain (made) Date: 1649 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Linen, embroidered with linen, wit...

Sampler (18th century) silk embroidery on linen

Embroidered skirt length Sindh region, Pakistan, used by a Sodha family Silk and cotton threads, mirrors, linen, shown folded in middle Mid-...

Asian Tribal Art - Skirt length, Sindh region, Pakistan

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Tamar Mason: Simon Seretse Medium: Embroidery and beadwork on fabric Size: 80 x 214cm

Tamar Mason: Bokamoso Patience Medium: Embroidery and beadwork on fabric Size: 88 x 214cm

Tamar Mason: Grace Unathi (detail: hand holding egg) Medium: Embroidery and beadwork on fabric

17th century embroidered jacket and painting at VAM, .This is the earliest known example of a textile shown in a painting where both the painting and the textile still exist. It slightly post-dates the Elizabethan period – the jacket was made in 1610 and altered in 1620. The sitter is Margaret Laton and the painting is attributed to Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger.

Art Deco: Global Inspiration - Victoria and Albert Museum

A Bedouin bride embroidered her dress with red threads, while a widow used only dark blue thread - the Bedouin color for mourning. A Bedouin widow ready to re-marry, however, would display her "on the market" status by embroidery in both red and blue.

non-westernhistoricalfashion: Shirt1898Khanty (Siberia)

New England, probably Massachusetts c. 1750–1760 Wool on linen 9 x 7 3/8 in. American Folk Art Museum, gift of Ralph Esmerian, 2005.8.52 Thi...