[HNW] 15th-century English needlework?

SNSpies@aol.com SNSpies at aol.com
Thu Apr 17 20:36:16 PDT 2003


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> I've been contacted by an author who would like to know what she can
> read for background about embroidery and embroiderers in 15th-century
> England (i.e. the 1400s). She is looking for information about
> materials, techniques, stitches, and motifs and what they would have
> been embroidered on, especially for luxury items.

Have the author access this web page -- <A HREF="http://aeg.atlantia.sca.org/tempore.htm">The Atlantian Embroiderers' Guild -
Tempore Atlantia Annotated Bibliography</A> .  It has embroidery resources
divided by time period.  There is also a listing of on-line sites for
embroidery.

Nancy

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Nancy Spies
Arelate Studio
www.weavershand.com/ArelateStudio.html



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