By George C. [from old catalog] c Perkins
Книга леди по ручной художественной вышивке на шелке, с гравированными образцами (1886)ПРИМЕРЫ: страница 1страница 2
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A LADY'S BOOK 22 CATCH-ALL FOR CLOSET. Material used — linen duck. bound with braid Pattern outlined in Japan EMBKOIOERY Very good effects may be produced by silks. Edges HINTS. using crewel for certain parts of a design and silk for others, or by working with wash of contrasting color. it in crewel and only touching up silk. In very delicate coloring it will frequently be found an advantage to thread the needle with two strands of diflerent colored silk — thus, blue and green or green and gold; and, in some cases, where a purple of a related blue will give it the required tone.
Rinse in clean cold water, and squeeze the article in a clean dry cloth Dry to dry it, never wring it never use acid or alkali in washing silk. at once, and when nearly dry, place between a dry, smooth cloth with weight enough to press the article smooth. in ; Always use Heminway's pure silk. ADIES' IN SILK. WORK The accompanying can be made momie of 25 BAG. cloth, linen, satin, or pon- with different colored satin. It is ornamented with intersecting circles worked in contrasting colors, either darned or woven in silk.
The net work is made with a regThe number ular netting needle. of stitches vary from 180 to 200, according to the size of the shade. A wire is run through the stitches at the top /hen they onco understand A and Joined to form a ring. necessary for a person to exercise some ingenuity in this work, but It is it, will lind it very quick and fascinating. pretty Pockct-Handkercllief Satclict may be made twelve inches square, bringing the corners into the centre, sewing three together, and leaving one to turn back, envelope fashion.