Lovely designs from a late-19th-century archive of needlework patterns include accurate outlines for lilies, tulips, geraniums, pansies, apple blossoms, and a host of other florals. Single blooms are ideal for cushion and tablecloth centers; graceful sprays are just the thing for decorative corners a... read more
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Lovely designs from a late-19th-century archive of needlework patterns include accurate outlines for lilies, tulips, geraniums, pansies, apple blossoms, and a host of other florals. Single blooms are ideal for cushion and tablecloth centers; graceful sprays are just the thing for decorative corners and edgings on sheets and placemats. 219 black-and-white illustrations.
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