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Laura currently teaches over 66 SAGA approved classes on heirloom sewing, construction, smocking, and embroidery for hand and machine sewing.
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The word broderie Anglais is French meaning: English embroidery. According to Weldon's Encyclopedia of Needlework, broderie Anglaise
Facts about Ayrshire whitework: use for clothing, as discussed in
The two main types are “open,” in which holes are drawn or cut in fabric and then overcast, and “close,” which is worked flat as in ordinary embroidery.
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Hardanger embroidery or “Hardangersøm” is a form of embroidery traditionally worked with white thread on white even-weave cloth, using counted thread and drawn thread work
Royal School of Needlework – whitework explained
Whitework. The term apples to a variety of techniques ranging from the bold stitches of Mountmellick and Hardanger to the delicate work of Ayrshire and Fine White embroidery.
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Ayrshire whitework (embroidery) — Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Ayrshire whitework (embroidery), in embroidery, a type of drawn thread work done in white thread on white material. Although similar work had been executed earlier and
Shire Publications – Needlework and Embroidery Tools
As manufactured goods became more easily available, ladies developed crafts such as needlework, to occupy their increased leisure time. This book illustrates and
Ayrshire Needlework – Scottish Textiles Heritage Online
Author: Liz Arthur. Ayrshire embroidery, also known as sewed muslin, was worked in white cotton thread on white cotton muslin, usually in floral designs with trailing