• Detail of embroidery on waistcoat of Court Suit, 1774-93, French, silk
  • two-tone monogram.
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  • Crewel-work hanging of a floral design, late 17th century (wool embroidery on linen).
  • Richard Saja.
  • Jan Van Kessel the Elder (1626 - 1679)Still life with rose buds and insects. Tempera on vellum. 15,6 x 23 cm.
  • Lesage embroidery for Schiaparelli
  • Detail: Dress, ca. 1780, British, silk. The Met
  • Alicia Paulson, blackwork design
  • YUMIKO HIGUCHI
  • Swedish 1950s embroidery
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  • Estonian Folk Art Embroidery
  • Embroidered eye
  • To make thick rounded stems in embroidery,wrap the ribbon around the back stitches.
  • Florist Chair
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  • Girls dress of white muslin embroidered from the hem with a floral design in coloured wools. The dress has a high-waisted bodice, vertically-gathered puffed sleeves and a trained skirt. c. 1812-15.
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  • Haute Couture Charles Frederick Worth evening dress gown circa from 1908. Made from silk, trim, beaded metallic flower floral pattern embroidery embroidered with glass beads, stones, and sequins pailette. #Haute #Couture #Fashion House of Worth
  • Julia B. Custom Embroidery project detail. Blues on Oatmeal linen
  • Detail of embroidery on the jacket attributed to Paul Poiret, ca. 1924.
  • Fig. 192, Embroidered riding coat (detail of Fig. 208). India, c.1630-1640. Silk thread on white satin. Indian woven textiles had been famous for centuries. During the Mughal Period, the pattern on textiles changed drastically from geometric shapes and strong patterns to a more naturalistic, floral and plant motifs either by means of embroidery and some woven, others sewn onto the fabric.This garment shows the prominent change towards naturalism in design. pg. 362
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  • japanese traditional 'fukuro' obi belt. Lavish use of gold and silver threads in hand embroidered and painted chrysanthemum flowers and golden leaf motif. 1930s, silk brocaide. Frequently these obi were more expensive than the kimonos they adorned.
  • France, man's suit, silk cannelé, embroidered, 1785-1790
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  • Beautiful Patterns of Japanese Embroidery by JapanLovelyCrafts
  • Amazon.co.jp: 庭の花図鑑 青木和子の刺しゅう: 青木 和子: 本
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