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Technically all needlework falls under the ’embroidery’ umbrella which is a decorative and possible functional stitch applied to fabric – apart from sewing that is. Needlepoint – sometimes known as tapestry – typically covers an entire fabric or canvas, uses strong fibers like wool, and utilizes stitches sturdy stitches that help to cover the back of the canvas. This is all because traditional needlepoint was often used to cover items took wear and tear like upholstery, draperies, or throw pillows.

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