By Perkins, George C.
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In the re- century. production, as in the original at a first glance, it looks like a printed stuff, but the pattern is embroidered in silks of similar tones of colour to the dyes. An East Indian coverlet, of the kind of which the dress was made, is illustrated on the same plate. The design western forms, but there can be no doubt that like that of which the dress is is a mixture of eastern it is and an Indian production, made. 23 GERMANY There is considerable difference in the types of embroidery worked at one time and another on German soil.
A stitch be right for certain effects, becomes accepted as the traditional type for such work. It is only when new effects are desired that new stitches, or rather fresh combinations of them, come into use. stitches also persist having been found 38 to As an instance of the age of stitches, a study of the Coptic embroideries, of about the 6th century, shows the same stitches in use as are in vogue at chain-stitch, back stitch, drawn threads and weavothers. e. ing borders amongst thread used for the horseman seen in plate 5, is very early work but the method, because originally right, is still the same when used much later ; for the kneeling figure, Applique work shown on the same plate.