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.Interesting use of stiches. Would be nice to see the whole piece to see where it is going.

Embroidery monogram patterns from 1950

french knot I remember when I used to do projects like these. Did I have more time? Or maybe my eyes got older. Hm.

Apron love... I would be afraid to wear this one... but I would love to have it hanging on my apron rack in my kitchen... just because.

1774–93 Court suit. This formal suit, made or worn with a contrasting waistcoat, handsomely shows the richness of embroidery added to the luxury of patterned silk velvet. The height of the collar and the narrowness of the sleeves, cuffs, and coat fronts date this suit to the fourth quarter of the eighteenth century. Suits of this general type were retained for court wear well into the nineteenth century.

Sashiko Kimono. Period: Meiji period (1868–1912). Date: mid-19th century. Culture: Japan. Medium: Indigo-dyed plain-weave cotton, quilted and embroidered with white cotton thread. Dimensions: Overall: 55 1/2 x 45 in. (141 x 114.3 cm).

great base for decorating with hanging ribbons, yarns and other media and not be just a bird cage.

Wrap embroidery thread around clothespins for storage. I did this with my stash (for some reason I had a hot mess of tangled thread). ♥.

Hand Embroidered Tea Towel - Be Mine Heart $10

Nurulputri - Sewing threads on calico fabric.

embroidery of cute librarian! i would love for somebody to make me a bag with this on it.