The Softer Side of Summer

The Softer Side of Summer

Since its origins in sixteenth-century Europe, embroidered cotton has captured the hearts of generations of women who are drawn to its lace-like patterns and versatility. Also known as broderie anglaise, or English embroidery, this trim does not require the special care of lace, and it brings the breezy persona of summer to everything from bedclothes and tablecloths to dresses for children.

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