The Embroidery from Stoke Edith House

Stoke Edith Hanging, England, 1710-1720. Museum no. T.568-1996

Stoke Edith Hanging, England, 1710-1720. Embroidered linen canvas with silk and wool, and appliqué. Museum no. T.568-1996

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Embroidery Designs for Fashion and Furnishings (Paperback)

Embroidery Designs for Fashion and Furnishings (Paperback)

This beautiful book illustrates the highlights of the fine collection of designs for embroidery at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Focusing on designs…

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Mal Barton, Head of Costume Workrooms, has worked with the Royal Opera House since 1981, restoring and altering thousands of costumes. In this talk, Mal shares her passion for performance costume and the techniques needed to enable a performer the freedom of movement whether wearing a corset or a tutu.

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