Old-Fashioned Floral Iron-On Transfer Patterns
Mary Carolyn Waldrep
Courier Dover Publications, Dec 1, 1992 - Crafts & Hobbies - 48 pages
This outstanding collection of over 60 late 19th- and early 20th-century designs was selected from books, magazines and catalogs devoted to needlework, and from leading women's magazines of the period. Beautifully drawn in fine detail, the patterns incorporate daisies, daffodils, carnations, columbine and other old-fashioned favorites in floral sprays, bouquets, wreaths, circlets and other formats ideal for needlework projects. Simple instructions show how even beginning embroiderers and other craftspeople can easily transfer the patterns with a warm iron to fabrics or any flat surface that absorbs ink.
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