VrouwenVanNu

Originally an organization of rural women, the current mission of this Dutch nonprofit is to strengthen our environment by making use of the capacities of women.

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1. Open Zomen, Stopwerk

Voortborduren aan Grootmoeder's Handwerk

Uitgave van de Nederlandsche Bond van Plattelandsvrouwen

Nr 1 of a series of handbooks about antique needlework techniques. This book is about open-work and darning.

Scans donated by Seya Wijnsma, edited by Sytske Wijnsma, published with permission of the copyright holder, Vrouwen Van Nu in The Hague.

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2. Witwerk Sneewerk

Voortborduren aan Grootmoeder's Handwerk

Uitgave van de Nederlandsche Bond van Plattelandsvrouwen

Volume 2 in a 7 volume series about traditional Dutch needlework. This volume concerns whitework and cutwork embroidery.

Published with permission of Vrouwen Van Nu, the current copyright holder.

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3. Tapisseriewerk

Voortborduren aan Grootmoeder's Handwerk

Uitgave van de Nederlandsche Bond van Plattelandsvrouwen

Volume 3 in a 7 volume series about traditional Dutch needlework. Tapisserie and woolwork embroidery.

Published by permission of Vrouwen Van Nu, the current copyright holder.

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5. Vrij Borduurwerk 1

Voortborduren aan Grootmoeder's Handwerk

Uitgave van de Nederlandsche Bond van Plattelandsvrouwen

Volume 5 in a series of 7 about traditional Dutch needlework. Freehand embroidery part 1.

Published by permission of Vrouwen Van Nu, the current copyrightholder.

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6. Vrij Borduurwerk 2

Voortborduren aan Grootmoeder's Handwerk

Uitgave van de Nederlandse Bond van Plattelandsvrouwen

Dutch language embroidery tutorial featuring a small sampler done in monochrome embroidery, with relief stitches. The finished item (a vase) is shown, along with discussions and how-to illustrations for all stitches used. Many less well known intertwined and raised compound stitches are featured.

Scans donated by Seya Wijnsma-Spek, edited by Sytske Wijnsma. Permission to publish given by "Vrouwen van Nu", successor of the "Nederlandse Bond van Plattelandsvrouwen".

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7. Ajourwerk

Voortborduren aan Grootmoeder's Handwerk

Uitgave van de Nederlandsche Bond van Plattelandsvrouwen

The last volume in a series of 7 about how to do antique needlework. Detailed descriptions and illustrations of open-work embroidery, and a design for an openwork sampler with 16 patterns.

From the collection of Sytske Wijnsma, scanned by Seya Wijnsma-Spek, edited by Sytske Wijnsma.

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4. Merken En Stoppen

Voortborduren aan Grootmoeder's Handwerk

Uitgave van de Nederlandse Bond van Plattelandsvrouwen

This is the 4th book in a series of 7 about traditional Dutch needlework. This book covers marking letters and darning stitches, such as are used in antique samplers.

Scans donated by Peter Ketels, edited by Sytske Wijnsma. Permission to publish given by "Vrouwen van Nu", successor of the "Nederlandse Bond van Plattelandsvrouwen".

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24 Plates

Nederlandsche Bond van Plattelandsvrouwen, ca. 1950

24 plates of Dutch folk art motifs, including 12 plates of cross stitch motifs taken from antique samplers. The others show cookie shapes, bent iron work, and other surface and withdrawn thread/darned embroidery and cutwork embroidery patterns from clothes. The flyer announcing the intial pulbication is also included.

From the collection of Mary Fennema, published by kind permission of the copyright holder, Vrouwen Van Nu.

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