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Pulled Work

Pulled work is a form of white work embroidery where the warp and weft of the fabric is pulled together to create pattern.

Worked on an open plain even-weave fabric, usually linen or cotton, various stitch combinations are worked vertically, horizontally, or diagonally across the fabric to form an open lace pattern by pulling or bunching together the warp and weft threads.

This technique is usually worked with white thread on white fabric, showing the texture of the lace type patterns formed.

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