By Briggs & Co.,Carol Belanger Grafton
Treasury of infrequent Victorian-era designs for borders, wreaths, cushion squares, sprays, and different initiatives. comprises styles for verbena, strawberry, lily, and lots of extra.
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All rights reserved under Pan American and International Copyright Conventions. This Dover edition, first published in 1986, is a selection from the Wm. Briggs and Company Ltd. ]. This Dover edition contains an introduction with instructions for transferring designs and a description of embroidery stitches. This book belongs to the Dover Pictorial Archive Series. You may use the designs and illustrations for graphics and crafts applications, free and without special permission, provided that you include no more than ten in the same publication or project.
Decoration and ornament. 3. House furnishings. I. Grafton, Carol Belanger. II. Wm. Briggs and Company. Album of transfer patterns. Selections. III. Title: Four hundred floral motifs for designers, needleworkers, and craftspeople. IV. Series. 44’ 86-6374 9780486137773 INTRODUCTION Although this collection of fine turn-of-the-century designs has been edited and published especially for the needleworker who is looking for something more artistically valid than what is customarily available, it is full of designs that will appeal to a host of other craftspeople as well.
If it is not waterproof it will run and ruin your embroidery; just the moisture from a steam iron is enough to cause this. ) That’s all there is to the basic method of transferring designs. You are now ready to embroider. Keep in mind that the success of your embroidery depends, like a good marriage, on the compatibility of its component parts—a happy wedding of design, fabric, thread and stitches. Table of Contents Title Page Copyright Page INTRODUCTION INDEX OF MOTIFS DOVER PICTORIAL ARCHIVE SERIES Lozenge INDEX OF MOTIFS Acacia Acorn Anemone Apple blossom Arum lily Azalea “Barleycorn” design Begonia Berries Bittern Blackberry “Blue-bud” design Blush rose Bulrush Buttercup “Caprifole” design Carnation Cherry Chrysanthemum “Claudia” design Clover Cornflower Crocus “Crowfoot” design “Crown Derby” design Cyclamen Daffodil Dahlia Daisy Field Marguerite Ox-eye “Damascus” design Fern Field daisy Flamingo “Flowering Rush” design Forget-me-not Fruit Fuchsia Geranium Hawthorn Hawthorn blossom Heron Hibiscus Holly “Hungarian” design Iris Ivy Jessamine Kingfisher Lilium Longiflorum Lily Arum Tiger Water Lily of the valley Lozenge Maidenhair Marguerite daisy Mountain ash Narcissus Oats grass Orange “Oriental” design Owl Ox-eye daisy Pansy Passion flower Pink Plum Pomegranate Poppy Primrose “Priscilla” design “Ravoise” design Reeds Renaissance “Rochelle” design “Rococo” design Rose Blush Rosebud “Scylla” design Snowdrop Strawberry Swallow Swan Sycamore Tiger lily Tulip Verbena Violet Virginia creeper Water lily Wheat Wild rose “Windham” design Winter jasmine DOVER PICTORIAL ARCHIVE SERIES AMERICAN INDIAN DESIGN AND DECORATION, Leroy Appleton.