Mountmellick Embroidery

Mountmellick embroidery or Mountmellick work is a floral whitework embroidery originating from the town of Mountmellick in County Laois, Ireland in the early nineteenth century.

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Mountmellick Embroidery - Technique and Uses
... Mountmellick embroidery uses predominantly knotted and padded stitches to create beautifully textured whitework embroidery ... Other forms of lace, such as crochet or bobbin lace are not authentic trims for Mountmellick work ... The embroidery was usually employed on items of household use such as doilies (toilet mats), nightdress cases, brush and comb bags, bedspreads/coverlets, and tablecloths ...
Walter Weldon - Bibliography
... Volume 2 - stocking knitter, cross-stitch embroidery, crewel work, bazaar articles, knitting, crochet, smocking, appliqué work, netting, lace, crochet edgings ... Volume 4 - knitting, crochet, Mountmellick embroidery, smocking, tatting, decorative needlework, beadwork, macramé lace ... Volume 5- knitting, Mountmellick, crochet, drawn thread work,netting ...

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