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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.

I think this would work in Tunisian crochet simple stitch with embroidery!!! I will try this for sure! THE SASHIKO. Traditional Japanese fabric embroidery. Beautiful!

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vintage embroidery - my mom had a pillow and a print of this type of design and they both fascinated me as a child

hand embroidered crewel, via Flickr.

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RESERVED- SPECIAL LISTING for Michaela. Antique French Metallic Embroidery Silk, Chateau Wall Hanging, 1820s.

detail of floral embroidery on antique American gown, 1876-78 -- on display in Costume Institute, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY