Punto Tirato

Early 17th century punto tirato. Italy. Early 17th century punto tirato. Italy.

Punto Tirato is an Italian term for a form of drawn thread work, whereby one set of threads (usually the wefts) is removed. It was often used to create a more decorative hem.

Digital source of illustration (retrieved 6th July 2016).

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