Scholar of Opus Anglicanum, English embroidery of the 13th and 14th centuries. Grace Christie's writings were all directed at promoting the study of embroidery. Some examples of her personal embroidery are preserved in the Victoria & Albert Museum. Grace Christie (née Chadburn; often known as Mrs. A.G.I. Christie) was an English writer and teacher on embroidery techniques and embroidery history. She is regarded as one of the most influential people in the early twentieth century with respect to the development of embroidery and embroidery studies in Britain and elsewhere.