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hand-embroidered

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  • Wieneke found a pharmacy ad reproducing the Disney dwarves; here's a hand-embroidered sweatshirt doing the same.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Bryan Derballa for The Wall Street Journal The master bedroom shown here has walls covered in cotton-satin panels with hand-embroidered silk to resemble a Japanese bamboo garden.

    Hand-Crafted in Tribeca

  • The master bedroom's walls are covered in cotton-satin panels with hand-embroidered silk to resemble a Japanese bamboo garden.

    Home Is Where the Art Is

  • It's her only truly private space; her husband, director Joseph Blatchley, isn't allowed in, although a jacket hand-embroidered with peacocks belonging to his great-great grandmother lives here because it is "the most beautiful thing".

    A room of my own: Geraldine James

  • WHAT: His introductory line of hand-embroidered wool rugs, called Micrographia a reference to Robert Hooke's 1665 book of engravings of natural phenomena as seen through the new microscope, encapsulates what Mr. Sardar-Afkhami's clients love most about his work: haute historical references, natural flourishes and impish charms.

    Ahmad Sardar-Afkhami, Dream Weaver

  • It has a small American flag hand-embroidered on the waistband.

    How Can Jeans Cost $300?

  • She took a hand-embroidered handkerchief out of her housecoat pocket and wiped my eyes.

    Brooklyn Story

  • Meiling is wearing a modal Covet dress, and one of her own designs, a hand-embroidered mobius scarf.

    Starre Vartan: Three Worldchanging Women Model Sustainable Style in NYC's Union Square

  • Before the lingerie windows of the uptown shops she often stood and studied; nor was she above taking advantage, when small purchases were made, of looking over the goods at the hand-embroidered underwear counters.

    CHAPTER IV

  • "It is a privilege for me to be the voice of these women until they have their own voice," Maureen says, running her fingers over its hand-embroidered designs, marveling at its magnificence.

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The Sister to the World's Women

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