CH. 4-5 - HUEC4041 HistoryofTextiles Part I, Chapters 4...

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HUEC 4041 History of Textiles Embroidery Lace Jenna Tedrick Kuttruff, Ph.D. Doris & Jules Carville Professor
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Chapter 4:  Embroidery Method of decorating with a needle and thread an already existing fabric structure Synge p 16 14 th century embroidery
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Chapter 4:  Embroidery Method of decorating with a needle and thread an already existing fabric structure can be confused with brocading and with tapestry weaving Harris, Figs. 27 & 28: Left, reverse of silk brocade (pattern woven with fabric) and right, back of embroidered silk (needlework on plain fabric)
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Embroidery Canvas-work or counted- thread embroidery Originally done in imitation of true woven tapestry Harris, Fig. 254: Cotton canvas panel, embroidered with Berlin wools in cross and plush stitches. England, 1850s.
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Embroidery  Needlepoint (canvas-work) Dress panel from Afghanistan. p 198 Gillow, 1999
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Embroidery Earliest example from Egyptian tombs (1400, 1300 BC) Long history in China (from 4th C BC) Europe and Middle East from 8th to 12th C AD
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Embroidery Harris p 32 **Main embroidery stitches classified as: flat stitches, loop stitches knotted stitches
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Embroidery  Couching Man’s waistcoat with appliqué Panels and couched metal-thread Braids (Pakistani). p 185 Gillow, 1999
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Embroidery Worked with both colored yarns and with white yarns on white fabrics (whitework) Harris Fig 249, Fig 30
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May be flat or have a raised relief Harris, Fig. 239: Orphrey; linen embroidered in high relief with applied gold brocade, gold thread, and silks in couched work, stem, and satinstitches, and ornamented with pearls. Austria,
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CH. 4-5 - HUEC4041 HistoryofTextiles Part I, Chapters 4...

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