Nine crocheted patterns each shown twice, once as inset and once as fringe.
Great for making curtains, where both patterns can be used in the same item.
Formal and floral designs, birds, mythical creatures, church motifs, Japanese inspired scenes, in edgings, large squares for centerpieces. Huge collection of embroidery, crochet and knitting patterns for silk threads and yarns, including descriptions of the thread itself, hundreds of stitches and types of needlework, and beautiful illustrations. Page 29 is unreadable in the pdf; the second pdf contains a separate page 29 .
Scans donated by Yvonne de Vries, remastered by Fire Rose. Socks, mittens, motifs, chains, edgings, bags, ties, bags, belts, tassels, fan, slippers, lamp shade, garter, suspenders, embroidered flowers. Filet edgings and insertions with instructions - formal and floral designs, an unusual seafood table linen pattern with lobsters and crabs, butterfly and bee insertions, birds, animals, alphabets, japanese motifs. Five different bedspread patterns, Pastel, Popcorn Square, Water Lily, Pie Crust, and Swedish Popcorn.
Scans donated by Judith Adele, edited by Judith Adele 32 etchings of garden views of Sorgvliet, near The Hague.
Different versions exist of these plates; these are the earliest versions known. Permission to photograph by Arnout Bosch, edited by Sytske Wijnsma.
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.
Original image was incomplete, a handpainted design definitely 19th C, unfortunately the maker has not been traced so we cannot show it here.
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.
Small cut-out motif of a boy or young man, green hat, red jacket, grey trousers, blue stockings, black shoes, green shirt with white number 8 on it, yellow and purple belt. Scans donated by Luann Pfost, edited by Luann Pfost. New Filet Crochet Book, The Original Designs Which May Be Used Also For Cross-Stitch and Beadwork, With Patterns Represented in a New Way by Hugo W. Scans donated by Debra Carr, edited by Judith Adele. Most in a single color, the Pastel pattern has different colors.
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.