(1) the bazaars stock a wide variety of embroidery(2) While the inmates of the home are provided with skill training in handicrafts, embroidery and sewing based on their aptitude, the children including those of sex workers are educated.(3) A sewing group specialising in cross-stitch, embroidery , quilting and needlework meets on Mondays from 11 am to midday.(4) He had established a school where he held courses for the proletarian class in such crafts as weaving, embroidery , painting, wood carving.(5) Needlework and embroidery traditionally belongs to them.(6) While there are a variety of dress materials such as chikan embroidery from Lucknow, patchwork from Jammu and Nagercoil, paintings occupy a dominant place in the expo.(7) The embroidery , called Lucknowi Chikan, meaning a kind of cloth wrought with needle work, comes from a place called Lucknowi, located in the center of India.(8) my mother decided I should learn embroidery(9) fanciful embroidery of the facts(10) The characteristic appearance of Gujarati chain-stitch embroidery , whether done with a hook or a needle, however, is common to both formats.(11) After the war she returned briefly to the museum and became head of the costumes department and learned the art of embroidery from an elderly York woman so she could look after and create clothes down from down the ages.(12) There is also some basket weaving, embroidery , woodworking, and other craft production, but the preponderance of artifacts sold at the markets is imported from Africa.(13) Unfortunately, after an accident, she had to give up her career, and she then devoted herself to embroidery , patchwork and quilting, taking City and Guilds courses parts I and II in both.(14) In the morning, the two young ladies learned French, did embroidery , and listened to Rebecca's soft voice instruct them on how to run a successful household.(15) Another fab lab is in the northeast of India, where one of the few jobs that women can do is Chikan embroidery .(16) The islands are known for a textile art called tivaevae, practiced by women, which combines appliqué and embroidery .