Appliqué: ornamental needlework in which pieces of fabric in different shapes and patterns are sewn or stuck onto a larger piece to form a picture or pattern.
to do something clumsily, to stitch in a clumsy fashion.
The little stick within the shuttle of a weaving machine.
A. Spindles in a spinning wheel. B. (figurative) A child who is too fat for its height.
A hem line.
Valenciennes lace: a type of bobbin lace which originated in Valenciennes, in the Nord département of France, and flourished from about 1705 to 1780.
Bobbin lace: a lace textile made by braiding and twisting lengths of thread, which are wound on bobbins to manage them. As the work progresses, the weaving is held in place with pins set in a lace pillow, the placement of the pins usually determined by a pattern or pricking pinned on the pillow.
Bobbin used for holding silk threads used in lace making.
Part of a weaving loom.
Bobbin, on which thread is wound.
- to twine
- to warm up to a mild temperature
- to argue, quarrel.
A staff with a cleft for holding wool.
Plural: Fettiliet, ftietel
- book / magazine which has clothes sewing patterns.
A spinning wheel.
A type of lacework.
A type of fine cotton thread.
- To twine
- To quarrel
- To become tepid
Stiffening; lining made of haircloth used for collars etc.
a) Experience, particularly that gained through difficulties or suffering; trial. b) to try on clothes (at the taylor)
Skein of yarn.
Wound up thread or yarn ready for use.
A. To be experienced. B. To be put through temptation. C. To be tried on for fitting (used of clothes)