This post is a present for the person who keeps searching ‘Anglo-Saxon Embroidery’.
These are the Maaseik Embroidery (or pieces thereof), the oldest surviving Anglo-Saxon textile remains. I gathered, from the signage in the church as translated for me by my guide, that they were either the work of Sts Harlindis and Relindis, or were possibly sent *to* them and sewn into a garment. However, the SCA, who have a good description of the embroideries and seem to have read some scholarly work on the topic, are telling me that the embroideries postdate the good saints H&R. Either way, there are far better photos here.