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'''Embroidery''' is the use of needles and threads of varing thickness, with or without beads or other baubles, to lay down a logo or pattern onto [[fabric]] using various sewing stitches.
 
'''Embroidery''' is the use of needles and threads of varing thickness, with or without beads or other baubles, to lay down a logo or pattern onto [[fabric]] using various sewing stitches.
  
Embroidery is a great way to show off your [[device]].
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Embroidery is a great way to show off your [[device]]. It can also be used to decorate [[girdle]]s, [[sleeves]], [[bodice]]s, [[neckline]]s or [[pouch]]es.
  
 
* [[Couching]]
 
* [[Couching]]

Revision as of 11:01, 18 August 2003

Embroidery is the use of needles and threads of varing thickness, with or without beads or other baubles, to lay down a logo or pattern onto fabric using various sewing stitches.

Embroidery is a great way to show off your device. It can also be used to decorate girdles, sleeves, bodices, necklines or pouches.

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