Embroidery Newsletter


March 24 2007 Embroidery Newsletter

Here's the latest article from the Embroidery site at BellaOnline.com.

Elizabethan Embroidery - The Rise of the Amateur Embroiderer
The Tudor period in history was where the amateur embroiderer really started to emerge. By the time of Elizabeth I, it was an accepted thing that all well-brought up young girls would learn embroidery as a matter of course.


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