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husqvarna viking delicate embroideries - Google Search

husqvarna viking delicate embroideries - Google Search

Absolutely ❤ it . . . Embroidered Trees, not CQ, but didn't have a board to put this in. ~By Francine Leclercq

Absolutely ❤ it . . . Embroidered Trees, not CQ, but didn't have a board to put this in. ~By Francine Leclercq

Superb pure linen hand embroidered and hemstiched pink stole by Sophie Digard

Superb pure linen hand embroidered and hemstiched pink stole by Sophie Digard

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いいね!716件、コメント8件 ― embroideryさん(@__needlework__)のInstagramアカウント: 「❤️ http://kippermum.exblog.jp/18389996/ #❤️ایده_گلدوزی #❤️ژوردوزی」

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Linen voile shawl embellished with 14 inch hems of embroidery and applique. Background is a grey blue.

Linen voile shawl embellished with 14 inch hems of embroidery and applique. Background is a grey blue.

The creatory - handmade, beautifully hand stitched linen wrap by Sophie Digard http://thecreatory.com/journal/all-about-linen-new-scarves-from-sophie-digard/

The creatory - handmade, beautifully hand stitched linen wrap by Sophie Digard http://thecreatory.com/journal/all-about-linen-new-scarves-from-sophie-digard/

Sophie Digard

Sophie Digard

Sophie Digard: Embroidered and dimensional applique on neutral linen voile background. About 20 x 60 inches.

Sophie Digard: Embroidered and dimensional applique on neutral linen voile background. About 20 x 60 inches.

Tasseled Kantha Throw - anthropologie.com Traditional kantha embroidery is created from a running stitch rendered by skilled Indian artisans. In fact, it's considered to be a form of artistic expression - a personal diary of sorts - told by a single set of hands. Practiced for centuries, this time-honored technique finds its way into our living spaces with pieces like this hand-stitched layer.

Tasseled Kantha Throw - anthropologie.com Traditional kantha embroidery is created from a running stitch rendered by skilled Indian artisans. In fact, it's considered to be a form of artistic expression - a personal diary of sorts - told by a single set of hands. Practiced for centuries, this time-honored technique finds its way into our living spaces with pieces like this hand-stitched layer.