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HAND EMBROIDERY STITCHES: Learn the most common hand embroidery stitches to easily complete a simple project. Instructions Mar 22, 2022 273
Nakshi Kanthas. Islam, Sabrina Short story Sep 22, 2019 589
Saurer's contribution to mankind's giant leap, the moon landing. Jul 31, 2019 387
Electrical conductivity of a closed-circuit embroidery element. Juchneviciene, Zaneta; Briedis, Ugis; Valisevskis, Aleksandrs; Juciene, Milda; Dobilaite, Vaida; Sac Report Jun 1, 2018 3650
"I think you need stitches.". Harris, Diane Mar 1, 2018 726
Travels of the 'Authentic Craftswoman': representing lives of value across transnational markets. Russo, Alexa Jan 15, 2018 12878
A stitch in time: England was once at the heart of the trade in fine embroidery. Slocombe, Emma Nov 1, 2016 1059
How to evoke personality with embroidery. Briscoe, Imani Column Oct 1, 2016 466
Taking care in the digital realm: Hmong story cloths and the poverty of interpretation on Hmongemboridery.org. Hickner-Johnson, Corey Essay Jul 1, 2016 7481
Jenny Hart. Graham, Veronica Interview Jun 1, 2016 714
Where nations meet: an unusual hybrid in Northeastern souvenir art. Green, Richard Mar 1, 2014 3973
The maker and the made. Clarke, Sarab E. Braddock Mar 1, 2012 1242
Digi-broidery, a cross-cultural invention. Brief article Jun 1, 2010 108
Homage by an emperor: a Yung-lo embroidery Thangka: Amy Heller unveils an extraordinary, unknown 15th-century Chinese Buddhist silk embroidery, made as a gift from the Yung-lo Emperor to the Tibetan lama who was his personal teacher and mentor. Heller, Amy Nov 1, 2008 4366
Angelo Filomeno; Galerie Lelong. Churner, Rachel Jun 22, 2008 440
Rarely seen equaled: Canadian Subarctic silk embroidery. Green, Richard Cover story Jan 1, 2008 4740
Embroidered gardens of flowers: Bagh and Phulkari of Punjab. Dhamija, Jasleen Jun 1, 2007 3073
Kashmiri embroidery. Housego, Jenny Jun 1, 2007 4160
Sovereign threads. McDonnell Twair, Pat Oct 1, 2006 1246
Elaine Reichek: Nicole Klagsbrun. Schwendener, Martha Nov 1, 2004 517
... Leave everyone in stitches. Brief Article Oct 1, 2004 205
African majesty: Vlisco, the Dutch textile giant, controls what most Africans wear, but traditional weaving is not dead yet. (Culture: Textiles in Africa). Mbakwe, Tom Brief Article Jun 1, 2002 492
Ghada Amer: Deitch Projects. (New york). Frankel, David Brief Article Feb 1, 2002 589
Perino & Vele: Alfonso Artiaco. (Naples). Romeo, Filippo Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 527
Elizabeth's Embroidery. QUILLIGAN, MAUREEN Jan 1, 2000 1561
EMBROIDERY IS BACK; TRADITIONAL NEEDLECRAFT EMERGES IN BEDDING ENSEMBLES. Rothstein, Shari Lynn Jun 21, 1999 450
Colette Whiten. Marks, Laura U. May 1, 1994 473
How to embroider history. Cavendish, Richard Oct 1, 1993 700
The basic NINE. Harap, Linda Feb 1, 1989 1177

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