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Identifier: MAB.31962000794895Images
Title: Florence home needle-work
Year: 1895 (1890s)
Authors: Nonotuck Silk Company
Subjects: Needlework Lace and lace making Embroidery–Design Fancy work Crocheting Knitting Cross-stitch Macrame Drawn-work Monograms Beadwork Stitches (Sewing) Tatting Netting Openwork Edging Insertion Darning Irish lace
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Contributing Library: Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Federally funded by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services

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e previous contri-butions, which were liberally illustrated with attractive pat-terns and proved very popular. The designs which we nowpresent are nearly all new, and specially adapted to noveland varied color treatment with highly effective results. One feature is a method whereby changeable effects areproduced by working over the Mosaic ground with a bright,contrasting color, afterwards working over the same surfaceon alternate figures with a color to match the fabric. We hope that our readers will find many other uses forMosaic Embroidery besides those described here. klohe 8 FLORENCE HOME NEEDLE-WORK. LACE EMBROIDERY WITH CORTICELLI WASH SILK AND HONITON BRAID. Note. — The publishers desire to say to readers that they do not deal in Honitonbraid or linen as used in Lace Embroidery, and publish this statement here to avoidhaving the question asked by correspondents. They respectfully refer all inquirersto the dealers in fancy goods. CORTICELLI Lace Embroidery Silk Washing1 Color.

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Size 500 Shade 614 Fig. A. — Corticelli Silk, as used in Lace Embroid-ery with Honiton Braid. This is a practical kind of needle-work,which is at present engaging the attentionof many American women. To whom theMAB.31962000794895Images

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Tagged: , bookid:MAB.31962000794895Images , bookyear:1895 , bookdecade:1890 , bookcentury:1800 , bookauthor:Nonotuck_Silk_Company , booksubject:Needlework , booksubject:Lace_and_lace_making , booksubject:Embroidery__Design , booksubject:Fancy_work , booksubject:Crocheting , booksubject:Knitting , booksubject:Cross_stitch , booksubject:Macrame , booksubject:Drawn_work , booksubject:Monograms , booksubject:Beadwork , booksubject:Stitches__Sewing_ , booksubject:Tatting , booksubject:Netting , booksubject:Openwork , booksubject:Edging , booksubject:Insertion , booksubject:Darning , booksubject:Irish_lace , bookcontributor:Sterling_and_Francine_Clark_Art_Institute_Library , booksponsor:Federally_funded_by_a_grant_from_the_Institute_of_Museum_and_Library_Services , bookleafnumber:9 , bookcollection:clarkartinstitutelibrary , bookcollection:americana

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