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Johannes Vermeer, The lacemaker (c.1669-1671)
In a local fashion boutique in Bangalore, India, a craftsman seen busy with needlework on a designer-ware.

Needlework is decorative sewing and textile arts handicrafts. Anything that uses a needle for construction can be called needlework.[1] Needlework may include related textile crafts such as crochet, worked with a hook, or tatting, worked with a shuttle.

Similar abilities often transfer well between different varieties of needlework, such as fine motor skill and knowledge of textile fibers. Some of the same tools may be used in several different varieties of needlework.

Needlework Stitches is the main thing in the needlework and it is something similar to embroider and sewing. The thread stroke on the front side produced by this is also called stitch.


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  1. ^ "Needlework". The Free Dictionary By Farlex. Retrieved 2012-05-23.

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