embroiderer


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someone who ornaments with needlework

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Critically hailed as "Blockbuster of the Year," Embroiderer Lan Xin gained record-setting popularity and earned the second highest rating ever when it was released last month in China.
Embroiderer Helen McCook said she was "bursting with pride" when the finished gown was finally revealed to millions of TV viewers and a crowd of thousands at Westminster Abbey.
The sleek new AMAYA XT offers high-tech features for every kind of embroiderer and any size shop.
Vivienne is one of a number of talented embroiderers and designers whose work has been chosen for exhibition.
The new HUSQVARNA VIKING DESIGNER SE Limited Edition machine will please the highest demands of sewers and embroiderers alike on design flexibility and user convenience," said Don Fletcher, CEO of SVP Worldwide.
The entrepreneur has worked as an embroiderer for a number of North East companies over the years, but always fancied herself as a full-time cake maker after treating her friends and family to the creations.
painter Jane Allison and embroiderer Judith Peacock (right) present the portrait to the Bishop of Worcester.
Peter's Catholic Parish and was a skilled embroiderer.
Expert embroiderer Carolyn Gayton will show visitors to the Out of Africa workshop in the Herbert Art Gallery how to adapt pictures of textile patterns from the Congo.
Tultex stated that the financing will be applied against an interim loan of $45 million used to acquire Logo 7, an Indianapolis-based screenprinter, embroiderer and professional sports licensee, and to pay $25 million of a $50 million term loan obtained in 1989 and refinance other indebtedness.
Jacquie Binns, the church embroiderer, has worked on the Warwick Ascension Embroideries since the chapel was built.
More than pounds 140,000 was raised to build the chapel and fund the tapestries, which are the work of embroiderer Jacquie Binns from London.
AWARD winning quilter and embroiderer Sheena Norquay, from the Orkneys, will display her work at the church hall in Kirkby-in-Cleveland, near Stokesley, tomorrow starting at 7.
Carole Hawkins was an embroiderer at Birkenhead's Arthur H Lee tapestry works back in the 1960s, and she was photographed in a feature about the works.
AN EVENING with award-winning embroiderer Sheena Norquay is on offer on Friday, October 15, in the Church Hall, Kirkby in Cleveland, near Stokesley.