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From about the 1720s onwards Ottoman embroidery stopped copying woven designs and became a truly creative art form: new, naturalistic floral motifs were introduced and many of them were depicted in great detail. Some were allowed to sway and sweep across the fabric, some were stylised and many were enriched with metal thread. The colours were originally very bright but have often faded to pleasing pastel shades.

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From about the 1720s onwards Ottoman embroidery stopped copying woven designs and became a truly creative art form: new, naturalistic floral motifs were introduced and many of them were depicted in great detail. Some were allowed to sway and sweep across the fabric, some were stylised and many were enriched with metal thread. The colours were originally very bright but have often faded to pleasing pastel shades.

Antique Lace, Linens-Vintage Clothing-Textiles-Fans-Stella Niforos-New York: Archive

Antique Lace, Linens-Vintage Clothing-Textiles-Fans-Stella Niforos-New York: Archive

linen alphabet built by unknown maker , England, 17th C

linen alphabet built by unknown maker , England, 17th C

Stump Work Pillow Face      New England, 19th c., wool on burlap, very good condition, 18" x 16"

Stump Work Pillow Face New England, 19th c., wool on burlap, very good condition, 18" x 16"

Maria Niforos - Fine Antique Lace, Linens & Textiles : Antique Linen # LI-164 Magnificent Appenzel Tablecloth w/ Figurals & Cherubs

Maria Niforos - Fine Antique Lace, Linens & Textiles : Antique Linen # LI-164 Magnificent Appenzel Tablecloth w/ Figurals & Cherubs

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Chung-Im hand prints and embroiders industrial felt into dynamic forms and patterns "Why felt? It has been many years since I was introduced ..."

[Karen Barbé · Textile designer · Colour embroidery]

[Karen Barbé · Textile designer · Colour embroidery]

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