The author of this leaflet demonstrated that this was possible. The only other documentation so far is a book called Emma Werla's Musterband, printed in the eighties, and still occasionally available secondhand. 1921.14 Photographed by Enzo Lima and published with kind permission of the Grassi Museum of Applied Arts (Grassi Museum fur Angewandte Kunst) in Leipzig.A famous booklet on how to make a simple dress in many variations. Book transferred to the Rijksmuseum Research Library, 2017-09-22 Birds, cupids, winged horses, flower urns, Jeanne d'Arc, rural activities in the four seasons, fairytale scenes, dancers, mythological animals, all decorating a variety of objects. Blackie & Son, Limited: London, Glasgow, and Dublin London: Blackie & Son, Limited, Old Bailey. Scans donated by Seya Wijnsma-Spek, edited by Sytske Wijnsma. Langer Straminstreifen, bestickt mit 44 Flachenmustern in mehrfarbiger Wolle und Seide in verschiedenen Sticharten, 1 Chenillestickerei, 1 Muster in buntem Tuch aufgelegt, von schwarzer Kreuzstichkante eingefasst. The four Seasons, the signs of the Zodiac, little cupids everywhere, corners with three-headed dragons, Lots of squares and border designs, and some fabulous larger designs to finish with.
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The link refers to the official download page for the book; the download links are at the bottom of the page. Wreck of a small beaded bag, no frame, many beads missing.
Fortunately the areas of bead loss on one side are still intact on the mirror side or on the reverse side, so the entire pattern could be reconstructed. Scan donated by Tamara Tiekstra, pattern reconstructed by Sytske Wijnsma Five different bedspread patterns, Pastel, Popcorn Square, Water Lily, Pie Crust, and Swedish Popcorn.
Pattern in gold and green curls on a red and blue background.
Pattern has been cropped, but the inscription Deponirt is still visible.
The original contains many basic drafts besides, but as these can be found in nearly every basic weaving manual, they were not included here. Small leporello, folded, 15 drawings of people in Dutch traditional costume.
Some patterns have been completed if part of the pattern was invisible or damaged. Especially nice are the two young orphans walking hand in hand, in the costume of the orphanage in Amsterdam, Burgerweeshuis.
165 pages of charts, a list of sources, and a guide for people who want to create counted designs but don't want to use specialized software - if you have a spreadsheet program, that's sufficient. A digital publication in four pdfs, a treasury of blackwork filling patterns.
The New Carolingian Model Book, a previous publication no longer in print, contains similar patterns, but this work will satisfy every embroidery lover who does not wish to shell out anything from 100 to 1600 USD for a used book.
Donated by Ruby Struiksma, charted by Franciska Ruessink.