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candlewick

unbleached cotton or muslin into which loops of yarn are hooked and then cut to give a tufted pattern. It is used for bedspreads, dressing gowns, etc.
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The candlewick stitch is sometimes an option within built-in decorative machine stitches as well.
Candlewick embroidery techniques were also rooted in several needlework traditions, including seventeenth-century knotted and couched linen embroideries, out of which evolved one variety of stitching typically used in candlewicks, though in an expanded scale.
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Cut the candlewick the height of your flowerpot, plus two extra inches.
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You have to stick a candlewick in the bottom of the pot, where the water drains, and then water the plant by putting the pot in a saucer of water; the candlewick draws the water to the roots of the plant."