Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who embroiders, in any sense of the word.
- n. A person who embroiders
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who embroiders.
- n. someone who ornaments with needlework
- embroider + -er (Wiktionary)
“On the catalog cover of Christie's evening sale Tuesday is Francisco Goya's portrait of Don Juan López de Robredo, embroiderer to King Carlos IV of Spain estimate: £4 million-£6 million.”
“Christie's Images The Francisco Goya portrait of Don Juan López de Robredo, the embroiderer to King Carlos IV of Spain, is estimated at £4 million-£6 million.”
“The vestments and mitre were a gift of the Abbot to the Pope, and they are the work of Piero Montelli from Verona, perhaps the most famous, but alas famously exclusive, vestment maker and embroiderer in Italy.”
“It was donated by Henry VII, having been embroidered in 1498 by Robynett his court embroiderer.”
“By the way, Mary Queen of Scots really was an avid embroiderer.”
“Also artistic director of the embroiderer Hurel, the fashion designer was elected president of the Paris Fashion Group in 2008.”
“An embroiderer bedazzles it with sequins, while another artisan applies designs in gold, silver and copper foil.”
“Though arthistory has come to categorise him asan embroiderer, thisfirst UK exhibition of Obrist's work brings together the few surviving examples ofhis three-dimensional output.”
“In between the wars and after her bus driving stint, Kain worked as an embroiderer.”
“Some, like shawl embroiderer Fancy Jan, 25, were caught in crossfire.”
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Reprint edition, Devon: Latimer Trend & Co., Ltd., 1969. Full original citation (you'd better grab a drink and sit down) is:
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