Baden Embroidery

BADEN EMBROIDERY
A variety of Applique work, in which motifs such as leaves and flowers (often hand painted) are cut out and sewn on to a foundation cloth, of a contrasting colour. The motifs are edged with chain stitch and the veins worked out in the herringbone or feather stitch.

Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.

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