Above the mantel were suspended the armorial bearings of the Heathcotes and the Hardings, elaborately emblazoned in tent-stitch.
She does, core of my heart,—she does, and is as ignorant of music as I am of tent-stitch.
She does, core of my heart, she does, and is as ignorant of music as I am of tent-stitch.
tent-stitch, for instance, plays an important part in the wreath border of Fig. 8.
This is taken from a quaint little needle-book dated 1703; the design itself being worked in tent-stitch.
I was seated in the garden with my tent-stitch, when out comes Pratt to say a young woman requested an audience of me.
Green and tawny and red—red and tawny and green; tent-stitch down here, and satin-stitch up yonder.
A picture in tent-stitch is even more foolish than a picture in mosaic.