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Scans donated by Judith Adele, edited by Judith Adele 32 etchings of garden views of Sorgvliet, near The Hague.

Different versions exist of these plates; these are the earliest versions known. Permission to photograph by Arnout Bosch, edited by Sytske Wijnsma.

Scans donated by Debra Carr, edited by Judith Adele.

A craft leaflet describing how to plait so-called corn dollies, a tradition dating back to pre-Christian times.

Scans donated by Sytske Wijnsma, edited by Judith Adele. A vertical repeating border of carnations, 80 stitches wide. From the collection of Marleen van Horssen, charted by Sarah Duehr. From the collection of Sytske Wijnsma, scanned by Seya Wijnsma-Spek.

Designs for stained glass, 132 abstract allover patterns for stained glass. A velvet chair seat with a single embroidered stripe down the seat, showing how the many border patterns of Berlin woolwork were used in common household items.

Stylizing and applying natural shapes in flat ornamentation.

Originally a loose-leaf folder with separate plates and explanations, from 1911-1913. Lovely pattern, probably around 1900 because of the dark outline of the figures and the paint not matching the grid.

Scans donated by Sytske Wijnsma, edited by Judith Adele. Scans donated by Karen Ann Lenard, edited by Karen Ann Lenard. The beaded side shows the pattern, the not-yet-beaded side shows how the canvas was prepared for embroidery by marking it by long threads in the appropriate color, instead of painting the canvas.

Basic knitting and crocheting instructions, and a wide variety of patterns for sweaters and accessories, some for full figures, many of which are surprisingly modern. Crocheted and tatted patterns for lingerie yokes (many would be good for modern blouses and collars), including Maltese (hairpin) crochet and filet charts. Images donated by ebay seller Penelope Textiles, charted by Sytske Wijnsma Wreck of a small beaded bag, no frame, many beads missing.

Fortunately the areas of bead loss on one side are still intact on the mirror side or on the reverse side, so the entire pattern could be reconstructed. Scan donated by Tamara Tiekstra, pattern reconstructed by Sytske Wijnsma Fabulous 19th Century Victorian Period beadwork and needlework panel embellished with glass beads, c. The beadwork has a black wool background with beautiful coloration in the decorative glass beads featuring turquoise, gold, white, silver, clear, bronze and pink. Permission to reproduce images by ebay seller antiquesandmooresales. A Practical Guide to Knitting & Crochet, New and Enlarged Edition, Reliable Instructions on the Use of Knitting Wools in the production by hand of Serviceable Garments for Every-day Wear.

This second edition contains a text section followed by a plate section with the same plates and explanations from the earlier edition bound together. Permission to scan donated by Antiquariaat Kleinood, Amsterdam. Transferred to Rijksmuseum Research Library, 2017-06-30. Images donated by ebay seller tinalwdw, charted by Sytske Wijnsma Filet charts for crochet, beading, embroidery on net, etc.. 1 Beautiful new designs published for the first time in Irish Crochet, filet worked in colors, and Venetian or Macramé Crochet with correct position of hands, and needle, stitches and lessons, fully illustrated. Needle lace stitches to be used on their own or with braids or netting; washing instructions for the completed laces.

Formal and floral designs, birds, mythical creatures, church motifs, Japanese inspired scenes, in edgings, large squares for centerpieces. Filet charts for crochet, beading, embroidery on net, etc.. Scans donated by Digital Archive, reedited Judith Adele.

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