embroider


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At first Beydoun hired five inmates to make bracelets but soon asked them to embroider pieces of cloth instead, which were turned into handbags.
Also, the embroiderers in the shopping malls tend to concentrate on a particular idea, such as baseball caps or T-shirts, whereas I imagine you are prepared to embroider anything on anything.
Amer's best-known tactic has been to embroider pornographic pictures of women on canvas.
As my analysis will make clear, I feel certain that the work is Elizabeth's; still, if she did not herself embroider the covers, she surely supervised the designs of such important personal gifts.
It is they who embroider it, and it is they who use it.
Wilcox has created a charming cycle of films that embroider together such disparate historical/film/fashion icons as Marie Antoinette, Norma Shearer, and Kate Moss.
Today's machines make it simple, for example, to embroider a granddaughter's favorite Disney character onto her new jeans, stitch a grandson's soccer squad's name and logo onto his team jacket - or embroider both their faces onto the fabric cover of a gift photo album.
At a refugee camp in Thailand, Vang learned to embroider his lively drawings to bring in extra money.