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Stylizing and applying natural shapes in flat ornamentation.Originally a loose-leaf folder with separate plates and explanations, from 1911-1913. Lovely pattern, probably around 1900 because of the dark outline of the figures and the paint not matching the grid.Scans donated by Debra Carr, edited by Judith Adele.A craft leaflet describing how to plait so-called corn dollies, a tradition dating back to pre-Christian times.
From the collection of Hillie Dijkstra, edited by Yvonne De Bandi Plates of embroidery on filet clear enough to stitch from, also could be used for cross stitch or filet crochet work.Pattern reconstructed with slight corrections by Sytske Wijnsma. Halifax, England, Patons & Baldwins Ltd., [c.1915], 64pgs. Beetons Book of Needlework Consisting of Descriptions and Instructions, Illustrated by Six Hundred Engravings, of Tatting Patterns, Crochet Patterns, Knitting Patterns, Netting Patterns, Embroidery Patterns, Point Lace Patterns, Guipure D'Art, Berlin Work, Monograms, Initials and Names, Pillow Lace, and Lace Stitches. A simple embroidery pattern, depending for its effect mainly on the chosen colors. This pattern is also present on a band sampler in the Victoria and Albert museum collection, and that sampler is dated 1860-1870.Images donated by ebay seller sallyrobson, charted by Sytske Wijnsma.No images donated, publication contains just the chart. Four small fragments with sample pieces of Berlin woolwork. The yarn used shows the same colors in different pieces, it's possible that this actually was one woolwork sampler, although now we cannot say what it looked like, of course.Images donated by ebay seller vanye90, charted and put together by Sytske Wijnsma. The original pattern shows no repeat, but it's clearly a repeating border, because the stems left and right match perfectly. Scan donated by Iva Innocenti, charted by Steven Stephan, in color and black and white.