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cotton worked in silk turkish 1800-1899

sash cotton with silk Turkish embroidery

ca. 1798 cotton & silk dress embroidery detail

Detail: Dress, ca. 1780, British, silk. The Met

wool, silk ( date::1876–78 )

Vintage silk embroidery from Bombay

Stomacher Date: 1700–1725 Culture: German Medium: silk

Ensemble. Date: 20th century. Culture: Slovak. Medium: (a, b, c, e, f) cotton; (d) silk.

Ensemble Date: ca. 1798 Culture: European (probably) Medium: cotton, silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn and Alice L. Crowley Bequests, 1992 Accession Number: 1992.119.1a–c

Dinner dress Lucile (British, 1863–1935) Date: 1918 Culture: British Medium: silk, cotton, metal. Detail

Ric-Rac Flower Dish Towels by beebers31, via Flickr

Doublet ca. 1580 Culture: European Medium: silk, metallic thread, brass Dimensions: Length at CB: 22 3/4 in. (57.8 cm) Credit Line: Catherine Breyer Van Bomel Foundation Fund, 1978

Russian embroidery

www.nellsembroidery.com 17th century style shoes. the pattern is for full size shoes and embellished with machine and hand embroidery. The structure of the shoe is timtex covered with silk.

NRN

Blackworked shirt, 1580-1600, at the Bath Fashion Museum. (c) Bath & NE Somerset Council. Photo by Your Wardrobe Unlock'd, taken on our last group visit in March 2011.

Blackworked shirt, 1580-1600, at the Bath Fashion Museum. (c) Bath & NE Somerset Council. Photo by Your Wardrobe Unlock'd, taken on our last group visit in March 2011.

Blackwork collection..20 bookmarks, 40 snowflakes and floral borders pdf file. $12.00, via Etsy.

Set of 6 Blackwork patterns on Etsy

Birka b2, via Flickr.