By Ella Rodman Church
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This kind of needlework requires great patience and is a heavy strain upon the eyesight; and considering the beautiful effects produced by other methods with less outlay, it is not likely to become very popular. — — A CHAPTER VII. SILK EMBROIDERY WITH GOLD. Much of the ancient work used for hangings was magnificently wi'ought with a mixture of gold embroidery as much of the Indian needlework is now done, especially in Japan and China. The royal palace of Jeddo has a profusion of the finest tapestry, wrought by the most curious hands, and adorned with pearls, gold, and silver, and other costly embellishments.
The industrious poor plies her task near the green lattice, which is made of earthenware and lets in both the light and the breath of heaven; while the rich dame leans upon the vermeil-tinted balusters of the gaudy veranda, and gazes carelessly at the sunbeams as they sparkle among the flowers, or waves the soft breeze which agitates the green roof of the Indian tig-tree. ' Oyer his head are bats disporting among the clouds; the emblems, I suppose, of wakefulness for these animals are on the alert while men sleep.
Gold may be imitated in silk of the right shade. Dark, brownish greens, deep, dull blues, and rich maroons, make good grounds; but black is best for a brilliant effect. The ground must be decidedly dark, or decidedly light no half-way shades being allowable, as it is far more important for the colors of the work to contrast strongly with the ground than with each other. — — CHINESE EMBROIDERY. The French and Chinese excel in silk embroidery; and the painstaking double work done in China is well known.
Artistic embroidery; containing practical instructions in the ornamental branches of needlework by Ella Rodman Church