In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(cloth/design/initials) bordarembroidered in gold thread — bordado con hilos de oro
- Grabbing a black embroidered cloth, he hopped off round Coppergate looking for somewhere to show off his levitating skills.
- I held my foot out to her so she could get a better look at the cream heels that matched the fabric of my dress, the same little gold embroidered patterns weaving around the shoe, only with little sparkles of gems and beads sewn into them as well.
- Francis creates her work using fabric, scissors and a sewing machine to embroider collages into images.
- For the best results aligning the designs over seams, embroider a sample of the chosen design with black thread on white fabric that is the same or a similar weight and texture as the project fabric.
- Rich, embroidered fabrics such as velvets add class and warmth, and embellishment is definitely in.
- She had embroidered flowers and lace in a beautiful pattern.
- She had been sitting in the window, embroidering some impossibly fine design.
- Cloths are normally embroidered individually rather than by pairs or groups of women.
- In later centuries, ladies would compete with each other to embroider beautiful designs on the balls, using silk threads.
- The sleeves, neckline, and hem had been embroidered with gold thread.
- The other woman, Grace, is wearing a long coat patched together out of sky-blue velvet and emerald silk and ivory lace and embroidered upholstery fabric.
- I began to embroider an intricate design of Sweden's mountains during sunrise.
- Each one wears a full-length cape of a different color, with an elaborate flower or bamboo design embroidered on it.
- She brings out a suitcase full of intricately embroidered cloths that she is preparing for her daughter's dowry.
- I looked down at my pink pajama pants, which were embroidered with a pattern of brown bunnies.
- Ideally you will be carrying a little prettily patterned or embroidered envelope containing your toilet tissues, and a similarly attractive hand towel about the size of a face cloth.
- Gold embroidered flowers ran their way around her torso.
- On the top of the skirt, it had fawn mesh a little longer than the actual dress, but black flowers were embroidered on it.
- Clasped behind the helmet on the neckband was delicately embroidered silk, decorated with jewels and parrots stitched between painted purple flowers.
- If the person was special I'd cover it with cross-stitch fabric on which I'd embroider some flowers and a quote (can't believe I did such things).
- It also can cause embroidered fabric to appear puckered or stretched.
- After the pattern is embroidered on the net, the thread is removed one by one.
- What's more, there are varying designs on the garments, like embroidered pitch-stitch flowers.
- She had great dedication to the church and some years ago embroidered the altar cloths for Saleen Church.
- The next time you admire beautiful embroidery on a sari while on window-shopping spree, chances are that a machine embroidered those intricate patterns.
- You can see their feet sticking out from beneath an elaborately embroidered cloth.
- The Bayeux Tapestry was embroidered by English needlewomen, although it is generally thought to be a rather inferior example of Anglo-Saxon needlework despite it's huge size.
- If you have access to an embroidery machine, add an additional embellishment by embroidering a motif over the decorative or straight smocking stitches.
- The whole green dress had delicate gold embroidered intricate flowers all over.
- And she was wearing a little red dress with a white collar that was embroidered with patterns in red thread.
- Featuring a variety of household goods at affordable prices, the high end range includes complex patchwork and embroidered linen.
- She had said nothing, only went back to embroidering a design.
- If you are wondering what to do with your old sweaters, get them dyed to give them a new look and embroider some flowers or a paisley print on them.
- Elaborately embroidered velvets and silks apart from classic saris and brocades with some material dating back to late 18th Century are showcased.
- The scarecrows are variously made of papier mache, embroidered fabric, straw and plastic bags stuffed with newspaper.
- Geraldine McCughrean, from Newbury, chose embroidered linen from East, which she wore with her beige coat from Gratten for a loose, chic, Virgina Woolf feel.
- These two objects were regularly embroidered on bras, indicating that the owner would lead a long and happy life.
- There were hand embroidered tiny blue flowers along the bottom, neck line, and cuffs.
- Unfortunately, Sewing Mistress made me embroider them, so they look funny, for who ever saw sturdy slippers with bluebirds and flowers on them?
- As a little girl I used to watch my aunt embroider pillow-covers, handkerchiefs, dupattas, baby-dresses, you name it.
- Though if you made up and told her about fake girlfriends and fake relationships and other details to embroider the lie, then you've dug a deeper hole than I'm interpreting.
- Taylor-Taylor, in particular, delights in embroidering stories for his own and the media's entertainment.
- Marius, unprepared for this, had to flee (the flight was later embroidered with dramatic detail), finding safety at Cercina, a colony of his veterans off Africa.
- He has the ability to make the art of storytelling appear easy, and his films often feel like delicate anecdotes, embroidered with quirky detail and recalled with warm affection.
- Many refuse, choosing instead to embroider on whatever rumors, exaggerations and pet theories are circulating in the occupied territories.
- This is almost a novel, with long verbatim passages from various documents of the time and scenes where he embroiders extensively on the scarce facts available.
- Many of my stories were embroidered, exaggerated or wholly invented.
- After a certain amount of time they have very little new or interesting to add and there is a temptation to embroider.
- Historical, psychological and spiritual themes embroider the simple ghost story and contribute poignance and depth to what would amount to little more than a campfire tale in terms of plot.
- One such narrative, based on truth but embroidered with details highlighting the message, is the tale of Simpson and his donkey.
- He didn't actually call for Colless's head but he did embroider the story with enough venom for his followers to take up the cudgel.
- Lang biographers recall that the director often referred to this discussion in later life and liked to embroider some of the details.
3embroidered past p(sheet/dress) bordado
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