Needle Arts and Roses

Peterson, Mary
November 2008
American Rose;Nov/Dec2008 Annual, Vol. 39 Issue 16, p72
The article focuses on the development of needleworks with rose designs. According to the article, two types of needlework that were forerunners of modern needlepoint exist in the Middle Ages. It states that variety of threads and fibers are used for needlework. Different techniques were also developed, including the crewel, needlepoint and cross-stitch.


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