Looking for embroidery reference books of catalog items available during the Victorian era? Here's a nifty book published by the New York Embroidery Publishing House, New York City. Dated Fall Winter 1910.
56 pages of perforated patterns or stamped cloth goods could be purchase to embroidery. Included are a number of pages of doily table mats, centerpieces, tray cloths and scarves, tablecloths and runners ~ round, square, oval, scallop, straight or pointed edges. All types of designs available.
Clothing patterns and stenciled goods include blouses (shirtwaists), aprons and undergarments. Baby bonnets and bibs plus a page of sweet children's dresses For the vanity, pincushion covers. The decorative pillow covers are sure to please. Also a page of monogram initials.
Condition of the catalog is good. It is soft bound paper so does have a couple of vertical creases through out the book, although minor. Size of the catalog is 5-1/4" x 8-1/4"
A interesting and informative catalog suitable for research or inspiration.