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'''Applique''' is a technique that combines normal [[sewing]] with [[embroidery]]. It has been used throughout history to create various household decorations such as hangings or bed clothes and also for [[clothing]].
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'''Applique''' is a technique that combines normal [[sewing]] with [[embroidery]]. It has been used throughout history to create various household decorations such as hangings or bed clothes and also for [[clothing]].
   
 
=== Materials Used ===
 
=== Materials Used ===
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* [[Heraldry|Heraldic]] bag (Staniland)
 
* [[Heraldry|Heraldic]] bag (Staniland)
 
* Mameluke cover and heraldic pieces (Ellis)
 
* Mameluke cover and heraldic pieces (Ellis)
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* Altar frontals: 16th century, from Reykir church, Iceland. (Gujnsson, Fig 48-9)
 
* Schuette flower panel
 
* Schuette flower panel
 
* Clothing in Patterns of Fashion
 
* Clothing in Patterns of Fashion
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* Clabburn, Pamela. "Masterpieces of Embroidery". Oxford: Phaidon Press Limited, 1981.
 
* Clabburn, Pamela. "Masterpieces of Embroidery". Oxford: Phaidon Press Limited, 1981.
 
* Ellis, Marianne. "Embroideries and Samplers from Islamic Egypt". Oxford: Ashmolean Museum, 2001.
 
* Ellis, Marianne. "Embroideries and Samplers from Islamic Egypt". Oxford: Ashmolean Museum, 2001.
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* Gujnsson, Elsa E. "Traditional Icelandic Embroidery". Iceland: Kpavogur, 2003.
 
* King, Donald and Levey, Santina. "The Victoria & Albert Museum's Textile Collection: Embroidery in Britain from 1200 to 1750". New York: Canopy Books, 1993.
 
* King, Donald and Levey, Santina. "The Victoria & Albert Museum's Textile Collection: Embroidery in Britain from 1200 to 1750". New York: Canopy Books, 1993.
 
* Levey, Santina. "Elizabethan Treasures: The Hardwick Hall Textiles". New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1998.
 
* Levey, Santina. "Elizabethan Treasures: The Hardwick Hall Textiles". New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1998.

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