HNW - Stumpwork
kathe1 at juno.com
Tue Sep 29 05:48:13 PDT 1998
On Sat, 26 Sep 1998 11:52:03 EDT DettaS at aol.com writes:
>What is stumpwork?
A form of padded embroidery done from the 1400 - 1700. It was used to
decorate picture frames, boxes and chests mostly. It became especially
popular in England during the reign of Charles I. Motifs includes the
king and queen, animals, castles, plants, lakes, etc. all done with no
perspective at all, i.e. a bumblebee might be bigger than a lion. More
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