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The art of lace-making has from the earliest times been so interwoven with the art of needlework that it would be impossible to enter on the subject of the mature women chat lines sex hookup urbignacco work without giving some mention of the latter. With the Egyptians the art of embroidery was general, and at Beni Hassan figures are represented making a sort of net—"they that work in flax, and they that weave network. The outer tunics of the robes of state of important personages appear to be fashioned of network darned round the hem with gold and silver and coloured silks. Amasis, King of Egypt, according to Herodotus,  sent to Athene of Lindus a corslet with figures interwoven with gold and cotton, and to judge from a passage of Ezekiel, the Egyptians even embroidered the sails of their galleys which they exported to Tyre.
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The art of lace-making has from the earliest times been so interwoven with the art of needlework that it would be impossible to enter on the subject of the present work without giving some mention of the latter. With the Egyptians the art of embroidery was general, and at Beni Hassan figures are represented making a sort of net—"they that work in flax, and they that weave network.
The outer tunics of the robes of state of important personages appear to be fashioned of network darned round the hem with gold and silver and coloured silks. Amasis, King of Egypt, according to Herodotus,  sent to Athene of Lindus a corslet with figures interwoven with gold and cotton, and to judge from a passage of Ezekiel, the Egyptians even embroidered the cjat of their woen which they exported to Tyre.
The curtains of the Tabernacle were of "fine twined linen wrought with needlework, and blue, and purple, and scarlet, with cherubims of cunning work. Aholiab is specially recorded as a cunning workman, and chief embroiderer in blue, and in purple, and in scarlet, and in fine linen,  and the description of the virtuous woman in the Proverbs, who "layeth her hands to the mqture and clotheth herself in tapestry, and that of lies king's daughter in the Psalms, who shall mature women chat lines sex hookup urbignacco "brought unto the king in a raiment of needlework," all plainly show how much the art was appreciated amongst the Jews.
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It is pretty evident that the translators used it to indicate a small cord, since lace for decoration would be more commonly known at that time as purls, points, or cut-works. Upon the well-known red and black vases are all kinds of figures clad in costumes which are bordered with ornamental patterns, but these were painted upon, woven into, or embroidered upon the fabric. They were not lace.
Many centuries elapsed before a marked and elaborately ornamental character infused itself into twisted, plaited, or looped thread-work. In the London Chronicle of will be found a curious of the opening of a Scandinavian barrow near Wareham, in Dorsetshire. Within the hollow trunk of an oak were discovered many bones wrapped in a covering of deerskins neatly sewn together.
There were also the remains of a piece of gold lace, four inches long and two and a half broad. This lace was black and much decayed, of the old lozenge pattern,  that most ancient and universal of all des, again found depicted on the coats of ancient Danes, where the borders are edged with an open or net-work of the same pattern.
Gold Lace Found in a Barrow. Passing to the first ages of the Christian era, we find the pontifical ornaments, the altar and liturgical cloths, and the draperies then in common use for hanging between the colonnades and porches of churches all worked with holy images and histories from the Holy Writ. Rich men chose sacred subjects to be embroidered on their dress, and one senator wore figures worked upon his robes of state. Asterius, Bishop of Amasus, thunders against those Christians "who wore the Gospels upon their backs instead of in their hearts.
This prohibition, however, was not general. Near Ely, an Anglo-Saxon lady brought together a of maidens to work for the monastery, and in the seventh century an Abbess of Bourges, St.
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Eustadiole, made vestments and enriched the altar with the work of her nuns. At the beginning of the ninth century St. Viborade, of St. Gall, worked coverings for the sacred books of the monastery, for wimen was the custom then to wrap in silk and carry in a linen cloth the Gospels used for the offices of the Church.
Martin at Tours a cope, on the back of which she had embroidered the Deity, surrounded by seraphim and cherubim, the front being worked with an Adoration of the Lamb zex God. Dunstan himself deed the ornaments of a stole worked by the hands of a noble Anglo-Saxon lady, Ethelwynne, and sat daily in her bower with her maidens, directing the work. Their father, says William of Malmesbury, had caused them in childhood "to give their whole attention to letters, and afterwards employed them in the labours of the distaff and the hookip.
Collingwood Bruce is of opinion that the work is coeval with the events it records, as the primitive furniture, buildings, etc.
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That the tapestry is not found in any catalogue before is only a piece of presumptive evidence against the earlier date, and must be weighed with the internal evidence in its favour. It is truly a never-failing spring, and there, where many things abound, much may be extracted. Cuthbert, taken from his coffin in the Cathedral of Durham, and now preserved in the Chapter library.
One side of the maniple is of gold lace stitched on, worked apparently on a parchment pattern. The Syon Monastery cope, in the Victoria and Albert Museum, is an invaluable example of English needlework of the thirteenth century. The texture so obtained is mature women chat lines sex hookup urbignacco, by means of a hot, small and round-knobbed iron, pressed into indentations at the centre of each spiral, and an effect of relief imparted to it.
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The inventory of the Holy See in mentions the embroideries of Florence, Milan, Lucca, France, England, Germany, and Spain, and throughout the Middle Ages embroidery was treated as a fine art, a serious branch of painting. During the Wars of the Roses, when a duke of the blood royal is related to have begged alms in the streets of the rich Flemish towns, ladies of rank, more fortunate in their education, gained, like the French emigrants of more modern days, their subsistence by the products of their needle.
Not twenty years since, in the more remote provinces of France, a lady who quitted her house daily would be remarked on. So queens and great ladies sewed on. We hear much of works of adornment, more still of piety, when Katharine of Aragon appears on the scene.
Every woman, however, had to make one shirt in her lifetime, and the "Lady Elizabeth's grace," on the second anniversary of Prince Edward's birth, when only six years of age, presented her brother with a cambric smock wrought by her own hands. In her letters are constant demands for silk and other working materials wherewith to solace her long captivity. Hatfield, Penshurst, and Knole are all filled with the hookyp of their ladies. The Countess of Shrewsbury, better known as "Building Bess," Bess of Hardwick, lies time to embroider furniture for her palaces, and her samplar patterns hang to this day on their walls.
Needlework was the daily employment of the convent. As early as the fourteenth century  it was termed "nun's work"; and even now, in secluded parts of the kingdom, ancient lace is styled by that name. We find monks commended for their skill in embroidery,  and in the frontispieces of some of the early pattern books of the sixteenth century, men are represented working at frames, and these books are stated to have been written "for the profit of men as well as of women.
As these books contain little or no letterpress, they could scarcely have been collected by the monks unless with a view to using them. At the dissolution of the monasteries, the ladies of the great Roman Catholic families came to the rescue. Of the widow of the ill-fated Earl of Arundel it is recorded: "Her gentlewomen and chambermaids she ever busied in works ordained for the service magure the Church.
She permitted none to be idle at any time. The old nuns had died out, and there were none to replace them.
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The money, however, was never paid; so she petitions the Privy Council for leave to sue him. The bishops, however, shocked at the proceeding, interfered, and put an end to the projected alliance. Plate I. Venetian Needle-point. In the days of the Commonwealth, Mrs. Walker is described to have been as well skilled in needlework "as if she had been brought up in a convent.
Evelyn, again, praises the talent of his daughter, Mrs. The simplicity of male costume rendered it a less necessary adjunct to female or, indeed, male education. However, two of the greatest generals of the Republic, Hoche and Urbignwcco, followed the employment of embroidering satin waistcoats long after they had entered the military service. We may look upon the art now as almost at an end.