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F-WC002 EDM The Windsor Whatnot, pattern in red and blue

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EDM The Windsor Whatnot, pattern in red and blue


Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine

Charted multicolor pattern with a scrolling design for a decorative swag or valence, intended for use on a "what-not" (a small display etagere or shelf unit). Pattern shown upside down. Expressly designed for the Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine. Printed in Strasburgh, print. G. Silbermann. Pattern in gold and green curls on a red and blue background. Original plus modern recharting, and DMC color key. Suitable for Berlin woolwork, needlepoint, or cross stitch.

Image donated by ebay seller whirlycat, edited and charted by Sytske Wijnsma.

 Embroidery   Berlin Work   Cross-stitch 








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