If, as you state, it's simply embroidering
garments purchased by your customers, then it follows that you need to publicise your service where people go to buy those garments.
The greatest variety of Sindhi decorative styles and techniques are employed in embroidering
shawls ornately embroidered with traditional circular motifs.
Bleached white cotton was also commonly used as a ground for embroidering, generally dark magenta-pink flowers with green.
The tiny squares of the coarse handspun and hand-woven cotton provided a grid for embroidering the simple four-petalled white daisy.
It was a common sight to see women sitting in an open courtyard embroidering and singing:
Using materials such as paraffin, stones, fish scales, locust-tree thorns, and cotton thread, embroidering profiles and landscapes on balls of thread or other supports, her work can be extremely refined formally.
Embroidering is a way to review and revive the physical and mental experience of traversing space and time much as one would measure it with one's footsteps.
In the late 1990's, Imperial transitioned from embroidering
the front panels of a cap prior to assembly to a "finished cap" model - embroidering
directly on a finished blank cap.
Remember me," her embroidering
heroines might well say.
Hirsch unveiled and demonstrated two of the latest state-of-the-art multihead Tajima embroidering
machines and its own newly updated Pulse Signature software at the Bobbin Show, the embroidery industry's premiere showcase opening today at the Georgia World Conference Center.