Bags or sachets of the forms illustrated were painted or embroidered in ribbonwork, chenille, tulle, and coloured silks.
The boy added that the chenille was so ugly that it was without doubt German and no good.
Selina sat at the parlor melodeon, fingering the keys, her glance wandering to the chenille portieres.
About the easiest body to make is one of chenille ribbed with tinsel.
Gimcracks in an tagre; a festoon of chenille monkeys hanging from the gaselier.
I consider that, with the chenille swallow, it is worth thirty shillings.
With worsted, ravelings or chenille let the child sew once around this circle.
They are, however, by far the best embroideresses in chenille,—silk and gold.
Above the dog is a small yellow and black pansy, then a large blue 'lace' butterfly, on a chenille patch, and a brown flying bird.
Instead of sewing-silk, standards had best be worked with chenille, such as comes on purpose for embroidering.