embroidery

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The elaboration of an account etc. with details, especially when fictitious
A piece of embroidered fabric
The ornamentation of fabric using needlework
{n} a sort of variegated needlework
[n] decorative stitches (here used to decorate bedcovers and Crazy Quilts)
Unframed coat of arms Framed coat of arms
An artwork imprint method where the design is stitched into fabric through the use of high-speed, computer-controlled sewing machines
Embroidery is the activity of stitching designs onto cloth. She learned sewing, knitting and embroidery. Art of decorating textiles with needle and thread. Among the basic techniques are cross-stitch, crewel work, and quilting. The Persians and Greeks wore quilted garments as armor. The earliest surviving examples of embroidery are Scythian ( 5th-3rd century BC). The most notable extant Chinese examples are the imperial silk robes of the Qing dynasty (1644-1911/12). Islamic embroideries (16th-17th century) show stylized geometric patterns based on animal and plant shapes. Northern European embroidery was mostly ecclesiastical until the Renaissance. European skills and conventions prevailed in North America in the 17th-18th century. The Native Americans embroidered skins and bark with dyed porcupine quills; later the beads they acquired in trade took the place of quills. The indigenous peoples of Central America produced a kind of embroidery with feathers. The Bayeux Tapestry is the most famous surviving piece of needlework
elaboration of an interpretation by the use of decorative (sometimes fictitious) detail; "the mystery has been heightened by many embellishments in subsequent retellings"
Noun: Decorative topstitching, often forming areas of fabric covered by thread to form images
the art or process of forming decorative designs with hand or machine needlework
Decorative stitching on fabric Generally involves non-lettering designs, but can also include lettering and/or monograms Evidence of embroidery exists during the reign on Egyptian pharaohs, in the writings of Homer and from the Crusaders of the 12th century Evolved from hand work to manual sewing machines and from hand-looms and schiffli machines with hundreds of needles to high-speed, computerized multihead machines
{i} decorative designs created with ornamental needlework; something embroidered
A design stitched onto a material through the use of high speed, computer controlled sewing machines The design is reproduced with tightly-stitched thread Embroidery is most commonly used on logo patches and directly on some wearables Fine detail is difficult to achieve
Fancy needlework using colored embroidery floss or yarn Most often done by hand, but can be made on a Schiffli machine
a decorative pattern superimposed on an existing fabric by machine stitching or hand needlework
Logo is digitized into a "tape" Machine reads tape to stitch logo onto surface of product Usually includes up to 5 colors of threads in one logo Pricing is based on stitch count Embroidery cannot be PMS Matched
A term applied to a hill or mount with several copings or rises and falls
Diversified ornaments, especially by contrasted figures and colors; variegated decoration
An embellishment of a fabric or garment in which colored threads are sewn on to the fabric to create a design Embroidery may be done either by hand or machine
Design stitched onto fabric through the use of high-speed, computer-controlled sewing machines
Decorative stitching on fabric
Embroidery consists of designs stitched into cloth. The shorts had blue embroidery over the pockets
is a term for ornamental needlework using linen, cotton, wool, silk, gold, or silver thread that is applied to any type of cloth or fabric Other decorative objects, such as Beads, shells, feathers, or gems may also be used with the thread
Machine or hand-done fancy needlework using colored yarn, embroidery floss, metallic thread, cotton, and/or silk
decorative needlework
A method of stitching a design onto a fabric surface This method is recommended for a high-quality finish
The art of working raised and ornamental designs in threads of silk, cotton, gold, silver, or other material, upon any woven fabric, leather, paper, etc , with a needle
ornamental needlework on fabric either by hand or by machine embroidery related terms
Ornamental needlework done on the fabric itself
also, the art of embroidering
— Decorative stitching on fabric Generally involves non-lettering designs but can also include lettering and/or monograms Evidence of embroidery exists during the reign of Egyptian pharaohs, in the writings of Homer and from the Crusaders of the 12th century Evolved from hand work to manual sewing machines and from handlooms and schiffli machines with hundreds of needles to high-speed, computerized multihead machines
Needlework used to enrich textile fabrics, leather, etc
needlework
broidery
browdyng
embroidery frame
tambour: a frame made of two hoops; used for embroidering
embroidery thread
thread for making raised and ornamental designs
embroideries
plural of embroidery
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Определение embroidery в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

gergef işi tambour, embroidery made
on a tambour frame
hesap işi embroidery made
by counting the threads
embroidery
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