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Embroidered Pants See more. The pants are cargo pocket pants. They have snap and zip pockets, zipper details, and embroidered patch details. Embroidered nautical patterns Anchor, Flags, Knotted Robes. Two back pockets with button closure. Fabulous cotton pants from. See pictures for details. Double pockets in front, square pockets on rear.
Relaxed, wide straight legs, mid-rise. Waist 33", Hip 47", Inseam 25", Overall They are black corduroy with red crabs embroidered all over. Embroidered T-shirt See more. Your patience is appreciated. This will speed up process and ensure proper crediting. Embroidered Logo on Chest. Embroidery was a skill marking a girl's path into womanhood as well as conveying rank and social standing. Conversely, embroidery is also a folk art, using materials that were accessible to nonprofessionals.
Many techniques had a practical use such as Sashiko from Japan , which was used as a way to reinforce clothing. Embroidery was an important art in the Medieval Islamic world.
The 17th-century Turkish traveler Evliya Çelebi called it the "craft of the two hands". Because embroidery was a sign of high social status in Muslim societies, it became widely popular. In cities such as Damascus , Cairo and Istanbul , embroidery was visible on handkerchiefs , uniforms, flags, calligraphy , shoes, robes , tunics, horse trappings, slippers, sheaths, pouches, covers, and even on leather belts. Craftsmen embroidered items with gold and silver thread.
Embroidery cottage industries, some employing over people, grew to supply these items. The imperial workshops in the towns of Lahore , Agra , Fatehpur and Ahmedabad turn out many masterpieces of workmanship in fabrics, and the figures and patterns, knots and variety of fashions which now prevail astonish even the most experienced travelers. Taste for fine material has since become general, and the drapery of embroidered fabrics used at feasts surpasses every description.
The development of machine embroidery and its mass production came about in stages in the Industrial Revolution. The earliest machine embroidery used a combination of machine looms and teams of women embroidering the textiles by hand.
This was done in France by the mids. Gallen in eastern Switzerland flourished in the latter half of the 19th century. Embroidery can be classified according to what degree the design takes into account the nature of the base material and by the relationship of stitch placement to the fabric. The main categories are free or surface embroidery, counted embroidery, and needlepoint or canvas work.
In free or surface embroidery, designs are applied without regard to the weave of the underlying fabric. Examples include crewel and traditional Chinese and Japanese embroidery. Counted-thread embroidery patterns are created by making stitches over a predetermined number of threads in the foundation fabric. Counted-thread embroidery is more easily worked on an even-weave foundation fabric such as embroidery canvas , aida cloth , or specially woven cotton and linen fabrics.
Examples include cross-stitch and some forms of blackwork embroidery. While similar to counted thread in regards to technique, in canvas work or needlepoint , threads are stitched through a fabric mesh to create a dense pattern that completely covers the foundation fabric. Embroidery can also be classified by the similarity of appearance.
In drawn thread work and cutwork , the foundation fabric is deformed or cut away to create holes that are then embellished with embroidery, often with thread in the same color as the foundation fabric. When created with white thread on white linen or cotton, this work is collectively referred to as whitework.
Hardanger embroidery is a counted embroidery and the designs are often geometric. The fabrics and yarns used in traditional embroidery vary from place to place. Wool , linen , and silk have been in use for thousands of years for both fabric and yarn. Today, embroidery thread is manufactured in cotton , rayon , and novelty yarns as well as in traditional wool, linen, and silk.
Spelling with -oi- is from c. Synonyms Examples Word Origin. He embroidered the account of the shipwreck to hold his listeners' interest. Related Words for embroidered bedeck , knit , decorate , embellish , stitch , braid , quilt , deck , color , pattern , work , ornament , gild , beautify , garnish , overdo , overstate , distend , lie , stretch.
Contemporary Examples of embroidered She dried the teacup with a worn mildewed hand towel, also embroidered with Lily of the Valley. Short Stories from The Daily Beast: Chambers February 20,
verb (used with object) to decorate with ornamental needlework. to produce or form in needlework. to adorn or embellish rhetorically, especially with ornate language or fictitious details: He embroidered the account of the shipwreck to hold his listeners' interest. If the feast were less magnificent than those same panelled walls had witnessed in a by-gone century,--if mine host presided with somewhat less of state than might have befitted a successor of the royal Governors,--if the guests made a less imposing show than the bewigged and powdered and embroidered dignitaries, who erst banqueted at the gubernatorial table, and now sleep, within their. Embroidery was an important art in the Medieval Islamic world. The 17th-century Turkish traveler Evliya Çelebi called it the "craft of the two hands". Because embroidery was a sign of high social status in Muslim societies, it became widely popular.