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- Decorate clothing with embroidery. Cowman, Mary Morton // Faces (07491387);Apr98, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p26
Presents information on embroidery in Serbia, while focusing on ways to decorate clothing with embroidery. Identification of the tools needed for embroidery; Steps to take in embroidery.
- Victorian woolwork revived. // Colonial Homes;Dec87, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p36
Designer Elizabeth Bradley describes the revival in Berlin woolwork patterns from the Victorian era. The cross-stitch embroidery used wool on canvas and often depicted animals.
- Peddling past treasures. Holch, Allegra // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;9/17/1996, Vol. 172 Issue 54, p15
Reports that a collection of antique embroidery swatches sold by Sue Ekahn has been creating a lot of excitement on Seventh Avenue, New York City, New York. Swiss couture hand-embroidered samples dating to early 1900s; Designers and executives who have been buying the unusual, one-of-a-kind pieces.
- Lisbon's lace. Anderson, Jean // Town & Country;May96, Vol. 150 Issue 5192, p72
Highlights the Principe Real, a store in Lisbon, Portugal, which specializes in embroidered linen. Clients include European royalty; Maria Cristina Castroo as owner of the store; Cost of wares.
- Whitework. MAUSSER, GAYLE // Early American Homes;Jun99, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p42
Focuses on whitework, a term that describes white textiles embellished with white needlework. Spectrum of uses; Use of white muslin; Specific categories of whitework technique; Museums and historical societies that present examples of whitework in their collections; Instructions on how to make...
- Stitches in time. Dingus, Anne // Texas Monthly;Jan94, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p46
Reviews the book `Girlhood Embroidery: American Samplers & Pictorial Needlework, 1650-1850,' by Betty Ring. Thoroughly researched book in the decorative arts category; Historical sketch of women's education; Survey of centuries-old needlework; Appealing to casual readers.
- A Stitch in Time. Kennedy, Margaret // House Beautiful;Jun99, Vol. 141 Issue 6, p46
Deals with the revival of needlepoint in the United States. Information on the needleworks at Frick Collection; Information on crewelpoint, a combination of crewelwork and needlepoint on one piece; Indication of the collaboration of artists in designing needlepoint.
- Juliette's Medieval Vine. Kettner, Judy // Piecework;Nov/Dec99, Vol. 7 Issue 6, p42
The article offers step-by-step instructions for embroidering a medieval vine motif adapted from a design by Juliette Hamelecourt.
- Introduction. Cox, Ann // Silk Ribbon Embroidery;2002, p6
An introduction to the book "Silk Ribbon Embroidery" is presented wherein the author details how to use silk fiber as ribbons for embroidery, shares her fondness in using silk in embroidery, and offers an overview of the ideas and techniques in the book.