Appliqué

In its broadest sense, an appliqué is a smaller ornament or device applied to another surface. An appliqué is usually one piece. In the context of ceramics, for example, an appliqué is a separate piece of clay added to the primary work, generally for the purpose of decoration. The term is borrowed from French and, in this context, means `appli....
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Applique

• (a.) Ornamented with a pattern (which has been cut out of another color or stuff) applied or transferred to a foundation; as, applique lace; applique work.
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applique

noun a decorative design made of one material sewn over another
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Appliqué

Ap`pli`qué' adjective [ French, from appliquer to put on.] Ornamented with a pattern (which has been cut out of another color or stuff) applied or transferred to a foundation; as, appliqué lace; appliqué work.
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appliqué

A cutout decoration fastened to a larger piece of material.
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Applique

A cutout fabric decoration attached to a larger piece of material, in order to add depth, designs or contrasting colors.
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Appliqué

A decorative technique whereby one piece of material is sewn on top of another.
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Appliqué

A strip or design fixed on a footwear for decorative purpose.
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appliqué

appliqué: see embroidery; needlework.
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Applique

Applique is a type of embroidery used to create pictures or patterns by applying pieces of material to a background fabric.
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Applique

Attaching a (usually) decorative fabric item onto another piece of fabric by fusing and/or sewing. When done with WonderUnder or another fusible, the edges can be satin stitched in place or decorative fabric paint might be used to finish the raw edges. The more familiar method is sewing a piece of fabric atop another after folding under a small bit...
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Applique

Embellishment on a garment where decoration is made by cutting pieces of one fabric and applying them to the surface of another.
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appliqué

Embroidery used to create pictures or patterns by `applying` pieces of material onto a background fabric. The pieces are cut into the appropriate shapes and sewn on, providing decoration for...
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appliqué

Embroidery used to create pictures or patterns by `applying` pieces of material onto a background fabric. The pieces are cut into the appropriate shapes and sewn on, providing decoration for wall hangings, furnishing textiles, and clothes
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Applique

Ornamentation planted on, instead of being worked on, in the solid.
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Applique

Pieces of material are cut into shapes and applied to another material, using a form of stitchery, glue, or a transparent medium.
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appliqué

sewing technique in which fabric patches are layered on a foundation fabric, then stitched in place by hand or machine with the raw edges turned ...
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Appliqué

Thin wax shape applied to outer surface of pillar or taper candles for decoration.
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applique

[n] - a decorative design made of one material sewn over another 2. [v] - sew on as a decoration
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