Applique (noun)

A decorative design, usually made of fabric, that is sewn or otherwise attached to a larger piece of fabric or clothing.

Origin:

From the french appliquer, meaning "to apply" referring to the method of applying a decorative design to a surface by layering pieces of fabric onto it.

Examples:

  1. The dress had a beautiful applique of flowers on the bodice.
  2. The quilt had a colorful applique of different patterns and shapes.
  3. The shirt had an applique of a cartoon character on the front.
  4. The applique was made of different colored pieces of felt.
  5. The jacket had an applique of a skull on the back.
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