see also: Etymology of Alphabetical
An alphabetical is visual aids (delivers, posts, embroidery) conceived to learn and retain a Alphabet.
EducationThe poster of alphabetical, format important (120 cm X approximately 200 cm), belonged to the teaching panels, and generally includes/understands the three writing S basic in the classes of the nursery school and primary: the manuscript writing, the printing capital and .
Les typographers and graphic designers try to invent new alphabetical, certain editors decree each year of the prices for the most remarkable police forces. The economic issues are important (copyright, brand image). Many combinations update of the traditional alphabets, as the mixture of tiny and capital letters, the use of a police force in the titles of film or for the mark S in publicity.
EmbroideryIn the needlework (cf Embroidery) the alphabetical one is one of the basic traditional works. This alphabetical realized at the point of cross on fabric, often relates to a topic. These topics are numerous: seasons, animals, beach, mountain, flowers… Each letter, or only part of the letters, is favourable with the illustration of a name: for example, for the flowers, has as an anemone, C for crocus, R for pink… In general this alphabetical door also the list of the Figure S from 0 to 9, as well as the name and the date of carrying out work on fabric. Traditionally, i.e. until the years 1950, the alphabetical one is a witness of the dexterity of the young woman. It is carried out since the XVIIe century, in red cotton yarn (symbol of life), on white fabric, in complement of the trousseau. It is in obviousness in the principal part of the dwelling. In the hearths with small income, it could represent an important component of the decoration, following the example (for the anglophiles) of the Home, sweet home , another work hung him, close to the entry of the house.
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