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   Hierarchy of Top of the AAT hierarchies Top of the AAT hierarchies
   Hierarchy of Objects Facet .... Objects Facet
   Hierarchy of Visual and Verbal Communication (hierarchy name) ........ Visual and Verbal Communication (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of Visual Works (hierarchy name) ............ Visual Works (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of visual works (works) ................ visual works (works)
   Hierarchy of <visual works by material or technique> .................... <visual works by material or technique>
   ........................ needlework (visual works)
   Hierarchy of appliqué (textile visual works) ............................ appliqué (textile visual works)
   ................................ appliqué embroidery
   ................................ broderie perse
   ................................ reverse appliqué
   Hierarchy of crochet (needlework) ............................ crochet (needlework)
   ................................ hairpin lace
   Hierarchy of embroidery (visual works) ............................ embroidery (visual works)
   ................................ appliqué embroidery [N]
   ................................ Assisi work
   ................................ aurifrisia [N]
   ................................ Bargello work (pattern) [N]
   ................................ broderie anglaise
   ................................ chikankari
   ................................ crewelwork (visual works)
   ................................ cross stitch
   ................................ cutwork
   Hierarchy of drawn thread work ................................ drawn thread work
   Hierarchy of needlepoint (visual works) ................................ needlepoint (visual works)
   ................................ punchwork [N]
   ................................ samplers (embroidery)
   Hierarchy of whitework ................................ whitework
   Hierarchy of knitting (needlework) ............................ knitting (needlework)
   Hierarchy of crochet (needlework) ................................ crochet (needlework) [N]
   ................................ knitted lace
   ................................ plain stitches [N]
   Hierarchy of lace (needlework) ............................ lace (needlework)
   ................................ application lace
   Hierarchy of bobbin lace ................................ bobbin lace
   ................................ chemical lace
   Hierarchy of filet lace ................................ filet lace
   Hierarchy of machine lace ................................ machine lace
   Hierarchy of mixed lace ................................ mixed lace
   Hierarchy of needle lace ................................ needle lace
   Hierarchy of punto a groppo ................................ punto a groppo
   ................................ tape lace
   ................................ tatting (lace)
   ............................ opus anglicanum
   ............................ sewing (visual works)
   ............................ smocking (visual works)
   Hierarchy of stitches ............................ stitches [N]
   ................................ back stitches
   ................................ buttonhole stitches (lace stitches)
   Hierarchy of buttonhole stitches (edge stitches) ................................ buttonhole stitches (edge stitches)
   ................................ chain stitches
   ................................ colcha stitches
   ................................ couched stitches
   ................................ Florentine stitches
   ................................ French knots
   ................................ kettle stitches [N]
   ................................ picots
   ................................ plain cross stitches (tapestry stitches)
   ................................ plain stitches
   ................................ running stitches
   ................................ satin stitches
   ................................ stem stitches
   ................................ whip stitches
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