In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- So, that crossed out needlepoint, knitting and embroidery, as well.
- I am also interested in cross-stitch and needlepoint and am looking forward to getting to know other community members who are into needlework as well and swapping some fun and interesting tip!
- But she did beautiful needlepoint and embroidery when she actually sat down to work on it.
- Aunt Lil expressed herself through her needlepoint: she had two cushions on her couch stitched in fine needlepoint.
- The second possible explanation is that these men who talk to Natasha about interior decorating, flower-arranging and needlepoint aren't gay.
- Evelyn wiled away her days, performing odd tasks for Mrs. Watts, and practicing her needlepoint with her neighbor, Lindsey, as Lindsey's mother kept a close eye on her clumsy stitching.
- Pop-up adverts, the bane of most user's lives, are usually created by The Women's Association in Stockport in needlepoint, and then scanned in.
- She had done needlepoint and crocheting before being attracted to beadwork.
- It was Augusta who created the ranch house's Victorian elegance, adding her own fine needlepoint to the furnishings from Chicago, New York, and Europe.
- I'm constantly moving, doing needlepoint or writing.
- Winter evenings were spent doing needlepoint and cross-stitch and also having friends over for games of crokinole.
- They tend to go for needlepoint and take on really demanding projects.
- But in any case, your man said no more than the obvious when he attacked a section of the Manchester United home support for being a passion-free zone who knew as much about the finer points of the game as Keane does about needlepoint.
- The stitchers display dazzling skill and finesse, creating textured surfaces of petit point, needlepoint, beading, embroidery, appliqué, smocking and macramé.
- Then Chaplin plays with our assumptions by assigning the tramp to a cell with an imposing cellmate whom, we learn, is more concerned with needlepoint than bossing the tramp.
- Embroidery and needlepoint make great hammocks.
- Her sitting room with its home-made curtains and baskets of knitting and needlepoint was the warm heart of the house, attracting the others to gather in it.
- In the old house, Judith Collins sits doing needlepoint as young Nora runs up to her with a ball of yarn.
- This is a joke I tell in my act, and I can tell by the way you dropped your needlepoint, called your mama, told her the joke, and then pretended you wrote it, that you and I are going to get along swell.
- While other girls my age are learning needlepoint, table manners, and how to win a prince's heart, I learn horseback riding, fencing, and magic spells.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
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