Übersetzung für 'needlework' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   needlework | -
SYNO needlecraft | needlework
needleworkNadelarbeit {f}
Handarbeit {f}
Handarbeiten {n}
needleworkNäharbeit {f}
2 Wörter
to do needleworkhandarbeiten
(needlework) sampler [embroidery]
Stickmustertuch {n}
needlework bookHandarbeitsheft {n}
needlework teacher [female]
Handarbeitslehrerin {f}
3 Wörter
bag for needlework [workbag]Ridikül {m} {n} [veraltet] [Handarbeitsbeutel]
bag for needlework [workbag]Retikül {m} {n} [veraltet] [Handarbeitsbeutel]
piece of needleworkNadelarbeit {f}
piece of needlework
Handarbeit {f} [Gegenstand]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Cross stitches in embroidery, needlepoint, and other forms of needlework include a number of related stitches in which the thread is sewn in an x or + shape.
  • She also authored the book "Adventures in Stitches" in 1949 (republished in an expanded version in 1959), an influential book on creative needlework, and served as guest needlework editor for "House Beautiful" from 1952-1953.
  • Arriving in the United States for the filming of "Bride of Frankenstein", Thesiger immediately set up a display in his hotel suite of all his needlework, each with a price tag, and during the making of the film he would work on needlework, one of his hobbies.
  • Needlework is decorative sewing and textile arts handicrafts.
  • The word "sampler" is sometimes inaccurately applied to any piece of needlework meant for display.

  • The history of needlework in Mountmellick before the 19th century is unclear.
  • In 1976 McMahon and artist Frances (Budden) Phoenix initiated The Women's Domestic Needlework Group (WDNG) Their aim was to reclaim the creative, but historically undervalued, practices of embroidery, knitting, crochet, lace making and needlework.
  • The same organization owns her other needlework pieces as well as her letters, poetry, drawings, and diary.
  • With Marie McMahon, Phoenix began a doily archive, researching the history of women's needlework and running women's needlework classes at the Tin Sheds art collective in the grounds of Sydney University.
  • Australian friends who visited Mary in England told her first biographer, Barbara Jefferis, that she also designed for the London firm Weldon and Co who issued the popular Weldon’s Practical Needlework and other fashion and needlework publications.

  • Townsend often embroidered flowers which exhibited a surprising deepness for needlework.
  • The room is set as if they were to have a needlework lesson, showing typical needlework skills the girls would be learning, before they moved on to Ruthin County School at the age of 11 (now Ysgol Brynhyfryd).
  • This work was aimed at the fashion for needlework and it competed with the "Dictionary of Needlework" and "Weldon's Practical Needlework" which was published in monthly parts from 1886.
  • One characteristic of the Changzhou needlework embroidery is ‘disorder’.
  • Aber was a founding member of the New York Feminist Art Institute and the founder of the Pomegranate Guild of Judaic Needlework.

  • By 1920, Arcelay abandoned her career as an educator and together with Lorenza Carrero founded a needlework workshop which evolved into a needlework factory.
  • In Croatian folk costume in the 1800s and 1900s, needlework was often used to accent the sleeves of the [...] (woman's blouse). One such needlework technique was broomstick lace.
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