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At best, such a man is but perched on a needlepoint when he thinketh he standeth.

First, with a needle, when the work is known as “needlepoint lace.”

All the early Italian laces were Needlepoint, and all the early French laces were the same.

Blue and burning, like the flame of a million jewels centred into a needlepoint.

Needlepoint lace has also been occasionally produced in 43 England.

The publication of patterns for needlepoint and pillow laces dates from about the middle of the 16th century.

The first-named branch is needlepoint lace-making; the second, bobbin or pillow lace-making.

Whether of needlepoint or pillow make, both the ornament and the ground are produced by the lace maker.

Needlepoint lace in floral pattern with the designs very close together and connected by brides ornamented with picots.

The Frenchman teased his needlepoint mustache-tip with a thoughtful thumb and forefinger.

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