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A craft involving pulling yarn, thread, or floss through a canvas mesh to produce a decorative design
An object made using the craft
[French: petit point] An ornate sewing stitch design frequently used for family and other decorative medallions on the seat backs of town cars
is the American name for tapestry and uses predominantly tent stitch
embroidery consisting of allover embroidered canvas resembling tapestry
Rugs that are generally made with wool yarns worked on a canvas grid, using the same method as stitching a needlepoint pillow
{i} stitching, needlework; embroidery on canvas
pictures made by covering a piece of material with small stitches embroidery. Type of embroidery in which the stitches are counted and worked with a needle over the threads, or mesh, of a canvas foundation. It was known as canvas work until the early 19th century. If the canvas has 16 or more mesh holes per linear inch, the embroidery is called petit point; most needlepoint was petit point in the 16th-18th century. Needlepoint as it is known today originated in the 17th century, when the fashion for furniture upholstered with embroidered fabrics prompted the development of a more durable material to serve as the embroidery's foundation. Wool is generally used for needlepoint, silk yarn less often. Needlepoint kits, containing canvas stamped with a design and all the materials needed for the project, were sold as early as the mid-18th century. See also bargello
an embroidered type of textile art worked on an open weave mesh-like fabric called canvas The design is worked, usually in a diagonal stitch over the entire surface with a needle and various types of thread If item is not square, blocking is required
lace worked with a needle in a buttonhole stitch on a paper pattern
Embroidery upon canvas, usually with uniform spacing of stitches in a pattern
embroidery done on canvas usually in simple even stitches across counted threads



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    /ˈnēdəlˌpoint/ /ˈniːdəlˌpɔɪnt/


    [ -"point ] (noun.) 1865. From needle + point

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