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Filet square from an Army-Navy tablecloth

A single filet square, geometric border around a rose. From an Army-Navy tablecloth, filet squares in a chessboard pattern, the other squares embroidered in whitework in a similar pattern. Chart only.

Charted by Sytske Wijnsma.

 Embroidery   Filet   Rose   Whitework 

B-EB001

F

I8310

Embroidery

Filet

Rose

whitework

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P. Trube

Rose corner

5618

P. Trube in Berlin

Multicolor charted design for a border with accompanying corner. White and pink roses and autumn leaves on black background. Intended for Berlin woolwork, needlepoint, cross-stitch or beading. Original print, plus modern re-charting with DMC color key are provided.

Image donated by ebay seller thecollectionroom, charted by Sytske Wijnsma.

 Berlin Work   Rose   Embroidery 

E-CR002

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GC09

BerlinWork

Corner

Rose

Embroidery

CR

German
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Alice Cook Fuller

Rose March and Drill for Sixteen Girls

A beautiful Spectacular Entertainment for any occasion

March Brothers, Lebanon, Ohio.

12 pages including covers. A description of a march for sixteen children in a rose costume. The costume is described as well. The advertisements mention many more such publications.

Scans donated by Willem Kraaij, edited by Sytske Wijnsma.

 Rose   Dance 

E-SW011

C

IB01D

Rose

Dance

WK

United States
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[Heinrich Kuehn]

Rose Medaillon Border

Heinrich Kuehn, Berlin

Handpainted charted design for a floral border of a rose in blue oval, connected with brown curls. The page is not marked as HKB but is presented on their standard grid size and with the mark Deponirt in their letter type. Could be from Vereinigte Stickmuster Verlag (later name). Original plus modern recharting, including a DMC color key. Suitable for Berlin woolwork, needlepoint, cross-stitch, or beading.

Scans donated by Jackie Isler from her grandmothers collection. Charted by Franciska Ruessink

 Berlin Work   Embroidery   Rose 

F-IS006

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GB30

BerlinWork

Edge

Embroidery

Rose

IS

German
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Small rose garland embroidery

Original pattern is the Englishwomans Domestic Magazine Drawing room mat in gilt frame, G-RS008.

Scan donated by the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.

 Embroidery   Berlin Work   Rose   Garland 

G-TP027

E

G930

Embroidery

BerlinWork

Rose

Garland

TP

United Kingdom
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Hertz Wegener

491

Four motifs

Hertz Wegener in Berlin

A handpainted pattern with four motifs, a bow and quiver, a cross with lilies, a torch with roses, and an anchor with ivy.

Scanned with permission of the Rijksmuseum Research Library, charted by Sytske Wijnsma.

 Berlin Work   Embroidery   Charts   Cross-stitch   Rose 

H-RM036

H

IB01J

BerlinWork

Embroidery

Charts

Cross-stitch

Rose

RM

German
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