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BURJ HAMMOUD, Lebanon: Hripsime Sarkissian took on the role of protector of her family at 8 years old.
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Lacis Museum of Lace and Textiles is a gem. Truly, the whole world is jealous of Berkeley because we have this amazing resource right here.
Getting the highest quality embroidered shirts, sweatshirts and baseball caps has never been so easy or affordable thanks to Unique Tees by JC.
The Valley Oak chapter of the Embroiderers Guild of America will meet at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, May 1, at the Stephens Branch Library, 315 E. 14th St. A hands-on project from EGA National will show how straight stitches can make curved designs.
A textile artist has knitted a stunning portrait of the Colne Valley countryside after being selected to showcase her work at the Dales Countryside Museum.
The R26.2-million Mohlakeng Enterprise Hub was opened on Johannesburg's West Rand by Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane last week in an effort to boost entrepreneurship, revitalise the township's economy, foster skills development and reduce unemployment.
"At a time when Azamgarh is being maligned as 'Aatankgarh', it's a huge thing that tiny Mijwan is bringing the area so much glory," said Shabana on her way to Tampa to attend the IIFA Awards.
BERNINA of America, the premier manufacturer of sewing, embroidery and quilting machines, is pleased to announce an exclusive sponsorship with Brooklyn Craft Company and has loaned the organization 20 BERNINA 215 sewing machines for sewists to use in its New York sewing lab.
Visiting Olim Kamalov and Sarvinoz Khojaeva is a bit like stepping into medieval Tajikistan.
Give your thumbs a break from screen tapping and texting with this needlepoint DIY fit for 21st-century fingers.
Business owner Annie Collins has 25 years experience, and specializes in redesigning clothes, tailor-making clothes, same-day alterations, embroidery, printed shirts and caps, monogramed baby blankets and pillows, wedding accessories and jewelry.
Lynsay Johnston was congratulated on her Peggy Allen Cup win for her Wool Embroidery as was Elaine Lappin for winning the Coey II Cup for her Assissi Work.
Local ARTery...it's one gigantic interactive studio tour but in one venue," said Lou Leelyn, president of Artisans of WMass.