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your hits - Vendio Gallery Payment | | Additional Information Antique Victorian Embroidery Stitches Patterns CD 1884! Click to view supersized image The 1885 Edition Kensington Embroidery and the Colors of Flowers A Complete Guide to Art Needlework CD REPUBLICATION! Containing a Discription of the Proper Stitches and the Correct Colors and Shades to be Used in Embroidering the Leaves, Stems, Petals, etc., of the Various Flowers Represented in Art Embroidery If you are the first to bid on this auction, using the buy-it-now option, YOU WIN! There is no chance of being outbid! DON T WAIT! Up for bid is a CD REPUBLICATION (UNABRIDGED!) of the original Victorian Era Kensington Embroidery and the Colors of Flowers produced by J/. F. Ingalls in 1884! These folks provided some of the best instructions books in their day for the needlesarts! The experienced needlecraft and Facywork artesians of the late 1800 s (Victorian Era) clamoured for this type of item and with good reason! (Original is NOT for sale) This HISTORIC book contains an UNABRIDGED 72 PAGES of CUTS (a reference to wood cuts or steel plate etchings ), instructions, designs and fundamentals for creating the extremely handsome soft furnishings of the Victorian era! Includes Kensington (Sketch) Embroidery Lessons, Illustrated Projects with Written Instructions and color/shading guides! I have enlarged the 38 PATTERNS to workable and FULL-PAGE SIZE for your stitching pleasure! This means, including the enlarged patterns, there are a total of 109 pages on this reference and embroidery CD. Wow, what a deal! These patterns could also be used for clothing embelishments, embroidered doilies, table runners, household decorations, kitchen towels, bathroom decorations and much much more... You may easily resize these patterns (using the enlarge or reduce options on commonly accessible photo copiers) for embroidered sofa pillow tops, beribboned picture frames, centerpieces, crazy quilt work, red work, black work, white work and more! You will also find historical facts on this ancient craft as well as various RARE and UNIQUE guidelines to assist you along the way to recreating the needleworked items of a classy and gentile society! These instructions are characteristic of the fancy work done by our oh-so-feminine lady ancestors during the Victorian era! This is the perfect opportunity to purchase your own version of another wonderful craft book revealing our heritage from early America and Europe! Contents: In the following discription of stitches we shal mention only those used in the art embroidery of the day, and describe them in as few words as possible, so that they may be easily understood. Stitches The Kensington Outline Stitch (sometimes called Sketch Embroidery) Very handsome effects can be produced Split Outline Stitch Kensington Filling-in Stitch Stem Stitch Laid Embroidery Laid Stem Stitch Wound or Bullion Stitch Seed Stitch The French Knot Arrasene and Chenille Plush or Tufted Stitch Bird s Eye Stitch Ribbon Embroidery (Or Rococo work, when neatly done is exceedingly pretty, and has already become very popular. It is the least expensive of all art embroiderey and can be done very rapidly.) Couching Stitch The Colors of Flowers Each flower has been carefully matched in all its parts from nature , and the colors, as given within, may be relied upon as correct. Wild Roses Sweet Brier Roses Yellow Roses Yellow Daisy White Daisy Lilac Clover with lots of Bees Poppies (Five varieties: Scarlet, Dark Cherry, Pink, Flame and Cream White) Forget-me-knots Bachelor s Button (4 Varieties, Raisin, Cream White, Pomegranate and Old Blue) Sorrel Violets Sun Flowers Pansies with Girl Child Illustration Lilies of the Valley Sumac Woodbine Trailing Arbutus Golden Rod Thistles Apple Blossoms with Spider in It s Web Barberries Innocence Peach Blossoms Dandelion Pond Lilies Pine Cones Tulips Heliotrope Strawberries Pussie Willows Wild Columbine Wild Gernaium Dutchman s Breeches Blackberry Vine Buttercups Cat Tails Golden Coreopsis Iris Coleus Leaves Wheat Grasses Ferns Mountain Ash Small Leaves Nasturtiums Hardhack Flowering Almond Azalia Morning Glories Geraniums Russian Snow Flower Love-in-the Mist Calla Lilies Coxcomb Crocus Love-lies-Bleeding Cactus Flower Fuschia Salvia Wild Cardinal Flower Marygold Carnation Pink Cherries Bitter Sweet; or, Roxbury Was Work Algerian Star Flower Rosea Weigelia Japonica Wild Laurel Chicory How to Finish Fancy Work (Reference Guides to Making the Following Items) Two Tasseled Fringe Styles Handsome Table Covers Banners Tidies Pongee Aprons Cat s Head in South Kensington Stitch Broom Brush Holder Embroidered Plush Frames Embroidered Oil Lamp Shade Sofa Cushions Table Scart with Band of Crazy Patchwork Toilet Bottle Towel Edgings Scrap Bag Needle and Threat Holder (Housewife) Silk and Needle Case Ladies Work-bag Contrasting Colors How to Press and Line the Work How to Wash Silk Stamping Patterns Plus Various Wonderful Advertisments from the Victorian and Edwardian Eras Pretty much everything you need to make the dainty silk Victorian household embroideries but the antique or vintage threads, fabric, hoops or frames, etc. Those can be readily found on Atomic Mall! You just have to hunt a little bit! :) Or, you can obtain the contemporary materials at your nearest fabric or craft store... The ladies of earlier times put their hands to such marvelous work and now you can too! These are beautiful items and sure to delight you and yours! These instructions are very clear and easy to follow and yet the experience fiber art and thread worker will be capable of altering as per individual needs and artistic whim. The CD Republication you will receive is representative of the types of needlework expertise of earlier feminine American culture!!! If you re into nostalgia like I am you will have many hours of enjoyment making/recreating vintage/antique needlework items for yourself or others dear to your heart just the way your great-grandmothers did! This information has been scanned onto CD-ROM using the Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF format. You may download the latest version of this software quickly at . This is NOT a copy of another CD-ROM. You will receive an ORIGINAL CD reproduction of this resourceful dressmaking item. The text is viewed easily from your computer or you may choose to print each page as you read this amazing item on antique frock making. Every page has been meticulously scanned, cleaned and burned to preserve this ANTIQUE item s information and patterns to CD-ROM! The format of this resource has so many more advantages than the original book. What are the benefits of an antique book CD Republication * Every image and every page has been scanned at a high dpi to produce crystal clear images and you never have to deal with any crumbling old paper! * These scans are completely sizable. You can enlarge and print according to your visual needs! They are reformated in full-page sizing for better viewing of details, etc.! * Each page is saved in PDF format at high resolution and is readily accessible using the downloadable Adobe Acrobat Reader software program. This program is very user friendly and allows you to print any one specific page, pages or the entire CD contents! * Each time you want to use an image, a page or pages you can print it out. Every one will be as crisp and clear as the last! * YOU WILL FIND YOUR CD REPUBLICATION HAS A HUGE ADVANTAGE OVER A BOUND HARDCOPY PAPER REPRODUCTION, IN THAT, IF YOU SPILL COFFEE, TEA OR SODA ON YOUR PRINTED PAGE(S) YOU CAN JUST PRINT ANOTHER! * A CD REPUBLICATION PROVIDES YOU WITH UNLIMITED CLEAN COPIES FOREVER! * Each CD-ROM comes in a PROTECTIVE CASE! Curious about the quality of these scans Please contact me and I will forward an image for your own personal inspection! Scale it, edit it, print it to fit your needs and you are surely going to be quite pleased with the results! You will appreciate the attention taken in providing a TOP QUALITY PRODUCT that you will use for many years to come... Payment: I prefer Paypal but also accept Bidpay, money orders or personal check. 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