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Textile - any type of cloth made by or .
Embroidery - the of a of with
onto it.
Scissors - a tool for cutting paper or cloth, that has two sharp (= cutting edges) with handles, joined together in the middle.
Crochet - a way of making clothes, etc. from wool or cotton using a special thick needle with a
at the end to make a pattern of connected .
Pattern - a design, set of instructions or shape to cut around that you use in order to make something.
Sew - to use a needle and to make stitches in cloth.
Craft - an activity involving a special skill at making things with your hands.
Button - a small round piece of metal, plastic, etc. that is
onto a piece of clothing and used for fastening two parts together.
Bead - a small piece of glass, wood, etc., with a hole through it, that can be put on a string with others of the same type and worn as jewellery, etc.
Seam - a line along which two edges of cloth, etc. are joined or
together.
Yarn - that has been
, used for , making cloth, etc.
Cardboard - stiff material like very thick paper, often used for making boxes.



Definition of textile (noun) from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of embroidery from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus[ ] © Cambridge University Press
Definition of scissors from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of crochet from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of pattern from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of sew from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of craft from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of button from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of bead from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of seam from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of yarn from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of cardboard from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
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