400 Floral Motifs for Designers, Needleworkers and by Briggs & Co.,Carol Belanger Grafton

By Briggs & Co.,Carol Belanger Grafton

Treasury of infrequent Victorian-era designs for borders, wreaths, cushion squares, sprays, and different tasks. comprises styles for verbena, strawberry, lily, and plenty of extra.

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The Table of Contents of this volume is organized according to motif and suggested uses. We emphasize “suggested” because we hope you will feel free to use your own imagination in order to get the designs to work for you. As this is primarily a sourcebook of designs and design ideas, we do not attempt to cover the fascinating intricacies of the craft itself, which are now well described in numerous publications. However, we do want to explain how to transfer designs to fabric as well as to illustrate several basic stitches and offer a few suggestions on how to make the best use of them.

And G. Audsley. (0-486-26834-9) SNOW CRYSTALS, W. A. Bentley and W. J. Humphreys. (0-486-20287-9) EMPIRE STYLE DESIGNS AND ORNAMENTS, Joseph Beunat. (0-486-22984-X) ARABIC GEOMETRICAL PATTERN AND DESIGN, J. Bourgoin. (0-486-22924-6) DESIGNS AND PATTERNS FOR EMBROIDERERS AND CRAFTSMEN, Briggs Company. (0-486-23030-9) VICTORIAN FRAMES, BORDERS AND CUTS, George Bruce’s Son & Co. ). (0-486-27232-X) AMERICAN FOLKART DESIGNS AND MOTIFS FOR ARTISTS AND CRAFTSPEOPLE, Joseph D’Addetta. (0-486-24717-1) 3,800 EARLY ADVERTISING CUTS, Deberny Type Foundry.

Adding your personal color scheme and appropriate stitches from your repertory, you will have the satisfaction of creating a truly original design. After you have created several compositions from this material, you may find yourself in the enviable position of being able to design completely on your own. The Table of Contents of this volume is organized according to motif and suggested uses. We emphasize “suggested” because we hope you will feel free to use your own imagination in order to get the designs to work for you.

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