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What is "Beading" - Definition & Explanation

Variety of insertion laces or embroideries having rows of holes through which ribbon is laced.
The beads sewn onto fabric either to form a pattern or to cover the fabric's surface completely.
The process of attaching an intermittent series of glass beads to decorate a glass surface.
Beadwork is the art or craft of attaching beads to one another or to cloth using a needle and thread. Most beadwork takes the form of jewelry or other personal adornment, but beads are also used in wall hangings and sculpture.

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A type of raised decoration applied to the surface of a fabric in which an adhesive is printed on the fabric in a specific pattern, and then finely chopped fibers are applied by means of dusting,...

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