In 1671 Martha Edlin who was 11 years old, embroidered a casket. She used a variety of stitches including raised work to create different textures. Martha also used pearls, silk and metal threads. Inside are her needle case, bodkin and pin cushion and a small box which has a secret drawer.
The casket is in the V&A and they have a video of Martha Edlin’s Casket so that you can see it, in the round, online.
While on the V&A site also see the movie of Jacquard Weaving