Doa Paula sent for Nieves, the embroideress, and a long conference ensued with closed doors.
The daughter of the embroideress told my friend Ulenspiegel so.
I unearthed the embroideress, and ordered a kerchief like Madame de Fischtaminel's.
I am afraid she had no other female accomplishments than those by which the sempstress or embroideress earns her daily bread.
Doa Paula declared she must have done so; the embroideress wept, and there was a regular scene.
Both looked at the embroideress, who raised her head, and seeing that the conversation was about her, she made a face.
The embroideress wore a scarlet sash at her waist, and this remark of her ex-admirer so flustered her that she could not reply.
She was apprenticed to an embroideress; for all kinds of embroidery were in much greater use then than now.
As an embroideress there were few more delicately trained eyes and defter hands than hers in England.
She had been an embroideress for thirty years, but her sight failed and she was obliged to give up work.