HNW - x-rated historical embroidery?

Connie Carroll Connie.Bunny at
Sat Mar 24 12:57:22 PST 2001

True, or we just haven't found anything like that embroidered. We know they
did woodcuts that were extremely graphic. I'm a firm believer that just
because we haven't found it doesn't necessarily mean they didn't think about
it. I have enlarged the drawing and plan to embroider it. It really doesn't
show anything so I guess depending on your point of view it is X-rated or
PG-13. I'm sure it will tick someone off, but I plan to have it framed and
hanging in my home or as a banner.

Mistress Bunny

> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-h-needlework at
> [mailto:owner-h-needlework at]On Behalf Of CarolynKayta
> Barrows
> Sent: Saturday, March 24, 2001 3:34 PM
> To: H-Needlework at
> Subject: RE: HNW - x-rated historical embroidery?
> >I found a line drawing taken from a manuscript of a faire
> showing booths and
> >people walking while on the ground was a couple engaged in you know what.
> We knew they did that, but they don't seem to have embroider that.

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