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The smock, or shift, was a high garment with long sleeves, often embroidered with black stitchery.
CHAUCER FOR CHILDRENMRS. H. R. HAWEIS
In any case, work over stitchery is more durable than over loose padding such as cotton wool.
ART IN NEEDLEWORKLEWIS F. DAY
All that concerns them on this last-named account will be found in the section devoted to Stitchery.
We do not, nowadays, spend long hours bending over fine stitchery that is destined for no really useful purpose.
The black silk outline stitchery or linen lasted well through the late seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
Frequently the tiny little hands are larger than the heads, but the stitchery is exquisite.
There was his mother's sweet pale face under the white coif, her busy fingers completing a last bit of stitchery for him.
This "Hedebo" needlework is the finest stitchery you can well imagine, wrought on home-spun linen with flaxen thread.
DENMARKM. PEARSON THOMSON
As well might the needlewoman go to the glazier to design her stitchery.
She glanced up at his angry face and went on with her stitchery in silence.
A PILGRIM MAIDMARION AMES TAGGART

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