In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1feminine aplicaciónmasculine apliquemasculine apliquébefore noun decorated with appliqué work — decorado con aplicaciones / apliques / apliqués
- They developed a distinctive symmetrical template for appliqué.
- The sharp points are fine enough for lace, cutwork, appliqué, tailoring and hand needlework.
- For the Indian collection, Ayesha has used appliqué, embroidery and bold prints.
- The islands are known for a textile art called tivaevae, practiced by women, which combines appliqué and embroidery.
- She had got a beautiful dress - black with red thread appliqué and she'd also put a red rose in her hair and she'd had her hair done - she looked, actually, pretty glamorous.
- Now top your blanket off with a color coordinated store bought kid's appliqué or cute label.
- Cashmere sweaters are his main fare combined with a flare for innovative knits made from vintage sweaters which are recut and recreated with British motifs and appliqué.
- The craft day includes classes in appliqué without stitching; 3D decoupage; parchment paper craft; basketry and painting on slate.
- At his stall, you can pick up articles embroidered with appliqué, beadwork and silk thread.
- From Sumatra comes an Acchenes ceremonial hanging in cotton, wool and silk effortlessly integrating into its local weave, zari, sequin, bead and mirror work, appliqué and embroidery.
- Throughout 2004 appliqué and embroidery on clothes and fabrics will be much stronger and more extravagant, yet remain dignified.
- The trick is to first create the hooped embroidery appliqué on a water-soluble stabilizer.
- The trend this season is for quirky bags featuring images and appliqué, with everything from dogs to garden gnomes plastered all over the front.
- Barbara fingered the gold and silver appliqué.
- The baguette is still very popular, with variations in beads, denim and felt appliqué - the possibilities are endless.
- The bags are hand-stitched, some with hand-made appliqué or contemporary embroidery and the finish is extremely professional.
- A generation ago, a car with vinyl on its roof and wood appliqué on the dash represented the apogee of middle-class aspiration.
labor que consiste en hacer aplicaciones o apliques en una tela
1decorar con aplicacionesdecorar con apliques
- From the right side, grasp the background fabric in the star center, and pinch it up and away from the appliquéd fabric underneath.
- Some fine examples of this included her cherry blossom jersey gown with appliquéd ribbon straps and a burnt sienna crocodile top with a tulip print evening skirt.
- Other quilts are made up of a variety of pieced and/or appliquéd blocks, and these are called ‘sampler’ Album quilts.
- There are thong-styles, stiletto heels, woven bands of every width cross and wrap and appliquéd precious stones.
- They are made of brightly colored appliquéd wool felt, with stylized nature motifs that have been passed down for generations.
- She wears stretch jeans and a white sweatshirt with glittery appliquéd gingham teddy bears.
- Her eyelashes fluttered open, and for several moments watched the ripples of the water play on the walls appliquéd with murals.
- Throw in a few appliquéd elements, and your finished project will shine with textural polish.
- And when the dandy highway-women turned round, there were rock-and-roll slogans appliquéd on the back.
- She noted the highest bid at $1,025 went to a large quilt with appliquéd roses done in a wreath in the centre.
- It was machine appliquéd, embroidered and quilted.
- As they were repaired, many were appliquéd with coffins, labelled with the names of departed family members.
- The creative, well-crafted articles chosen may include not only bestsellers, such as patchwork vests and embellished sweatshirts, but also local artists' quilts and pillows appliquéd with the town's logo.
- They are made out of felted wool scraps that are appliquéd with a blanket stitch to a wool background.
- He even had his initials appliquéd on to the silk he wore on his helmet.
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