Download PDF by Jackie Holderness: Chatterbox: Pupil's Book Level 3

By Jackie Holderness

ISBN-10: 0194324397

ISBN-13: 9780194324397

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Strapwork refers to a shallowly carved surface that resembled leather straps on Spanish and English furniture. Strapwork was also used to describe Celtic designs that were passed down through the ages. Repetitive strapwork patterns in stem stitch (running stitch) or chain stitch are often seen in the portraits of Henry VIII. In this type of blackwork, parallel rows of stitching create a strongly geometric design. While most often associated with England, blackwork embroidery can be found in other parts of Europe as well.

An example is the part Bosnian crochet played in the “In My Country” exhibition in Portland, Oregon. This project documented the lives and artistry of 10 members of a refugee/immigrant sewing circle. The sewing circle was developed to address the isolation of refugee and immigrant women in the United States. In creating the “In My Country” catalog, video, and exhibition, members worked as a group to document each other’s needlework. Children and grandchildren participated as translators, facilitating the project, while at the same time learning about their own and other cultural traditions.

The stomacher, a long triangular piece attached to the front of women’s dresses, was extended to include detachable sleeves. ” In English and Western European Renaissance style, slashes were made in the outer garment to allow the embellished shirt or chemise to show through. The third style of blackwork has its origins in strapwork. Strapwork refers to a shallowly carved surface that resembled leather straps on Spanish and English furniture. Strapwork was also used to describe Celtic designs that were passed down through the ages.

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