Dogwood Blossoms Chart Pattern

Dogwood Blossoms Chart Pattern

Pattern includes the following dogwood motifs: 6 single flowers E, 2¾ x 3¾; 2 straight motifs F, 3 x 8⅝; 4 large corners G, 5⅝ x 6⅛ and 6 small corners H, 3¼ x 4⅛ inches. A chart for placing the colors is also included in the pattern.

SUGGESTED MATERIALS—Lunch sets and lunch cloths may be made of linen or cotton with a smooth linen finish and pillows, of cotton, linen, silk or smooth upholstery fabrics. Be sure to choose materials with a smooth surface, as the short lines of this design will not stamp well on materials with a rough surface. Six strand cotton should be used for the embroidery. The dogwood may be done in white, shaded with pink, or in pink shaded with rose. Other colors required for the dogwood are green and brown.

HOW TO USE DESIGN—A lunch set consisting of six place mats, a centerpiece and six napkins may be made from either design. Each place mat (size 11 x 15 or 12 x 18 inches) may be trimmed in the upper left hand corner with one small corner designs. The centerpiece or runner may be 11 or 15 inches wide and the desired length. A corner motif may be used in each corner. A short runner is also effective trimmed with the straight motifs, using one at each end. Single flower motifs are suitable for napkins. Lunch cloths may be trimmed in the corners or center as desired. The single flowers may be used in scatter effect to trim a pillow. Another way of trimming a longer runner is to usethe straigth motifs at the two ends and single flowers scattered through the center. Many other uses can be found for these charming designs.


Dogwood Blossoms Chart Pattern
Dogwood Blossoms Chart Pattern
Dogwood Blossoms Chart Pattern
Dogwood Blossoms Color Key Chart
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Pansy Chart Pattern

Pansy Chart Pattern

Pattern includes the following pansy motifs; 6 small corners A, 3½ x 3½ inches; 2 straight motifs B, 2⅜ x 8⅜ inches; 4 large corners C, 6⅛ x 6⅛ inches and 6 single flowers D, 3⅛ x 3⅝ inches. A chart for placing the colors is also included in the pattern.

SUGGESTED MATERIALS—Lunch sets and lunch cloths may be made of linen or cotton with a smooth linen finish and pillows, of cotton, linen, silk or smooth upholstery fabrics. Be sure to choose materials with a smooth surface, as the short lines of this design will not stamp well on materials with a rough surface. Six strand cotton should be used for the embroidery. The colors used in the pansies are purple, red violet, lavender, vermillion, blue green, yellow green, yellow and white.

HOW TO USE DESIGN—A lunch set consisting of six place mats, a centerpiece and six napkins may be made from either design. Each place mat (size 11 x 15 or 12 x 18 inches) may be trimmed in the upper left hand corner with one small corner designs. The centerpiece or runner may be 11 or 15 inches wide and the desired length. A corner motif may be used in each corner. A short runner is also effective trimmed with the straight motifs, using one at each end. Single flower motifs are suitable for napkins. Lunch cloths may be trimmed in the corners or center as desired. The single flowers may be used in scatter effect to trim a pillow. Another way of trimming a longer runner is to usethe straigth motifs at the two ends and single flowers scattered through the center. Many other uses can be found for these charming designs.


Pansy Chart Pattern
Pansy Chart Pattern
Pansy Chart Pattern
Pansy Chart Pattern
Pansy Chart Color Key
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Pansy and Dogwood Blossoms | McCall's No. 902

Pansy and Dogwood Blossoms | McCall's No. 902

Pansy and Dogwood Blossoms
Pattern 902
McCall's Pattern Company
Original Copyright 1941

Patterns Included: 
Pansy, Dogwood Blossoms.

Pattern includes the following pansy motifs; 6 small corners A, 3½ x 3½ inches; 2 straight motifs B, 2⅜ x 8⅜ inches; 4 large corners C, 6⅛ x 6⅛ inches and 6 single flowers D, 3⅛ x 3⅝ inches and the following dogwood motifs: 6 single flowers E, 2¾ x 3¾; 2 straight motifs F, 3 x 8⅝; 4 large corners G, 5⅝ x 6⅛ and 6 small corners H, 3¼ x 4⅛ inches. A chart for placing the colors is also included in the pattern.

Needlepoint embroidery, something different—a new idea—in hand-work! The stitch is nothing more or less than half cross-stitch. The motif when finished looks somewhat as though woven right into the fabric itself. You work across in rows, covering each line with a stitch. This simple stitch lends itself well to a highly shaded flower, such as the pansy or to a flower with fewer colors, such as the dogwood. The designs are suitable for lunch sets, luncheon cloths, scarfs, pillows, towels, etc., and may be used effectively on white or colored backgrounds.

SUGGESTED MATERIALS—Lunch sets and lunch cloths may be made of linen or cotton with a smooth linen finish and pillows, of cotton, linen, silk or smooth upholstery fabrics. Be sure to choose materials with a smooth surface, as the short lines of this design will not stamp well on materials with a rough surface. Six strand cotton should be used for the embroidery. The colors used in the pansies are purple, red violet, lavender, vermillion, blue green, yellow green, yellow and white. The dogwood may be done in white, shaded with pink, or in pink shaded with rose. Other colors required for the dogwood are green and brown.


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Lily and Hibiscus | McCall's No. 2454

Lily and Hibiscus | McCall's No. 2454

Lily and Hibiscus
Pattern 2454
McCall's Pattern Company
Original Copyright 1961

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Lily, Hibiscus.

Pattern includes transfer designs for two cross-stitch florals, lily and hibiscus, for pictures or pillows. Designs are to be worked in 5-to-inch cross-stitch plus French knots for lily. See directions for colors, amount required and manufacturer's color numbers of six strand cotton.

MATERIALS REQUIRED: ⅝ yd. of 52" wide smooth natural, ivory or cream linen or cotton with a linen finish will make two pictures or pillows. Use ⅝ yd. 35" or 36" fabric for one picture or pillow, 1¼ yds. 35" or 36" for two. If making pillow cover, use boxed inner pillow 18" or 20" square. Buy enough contrast fabric for back and sides of pillow and for corded welting. Cut cover 1 " larger than finished pillow to allow for ½" seams.

COLORS
D.M.C.
C • B
Peri-Lusta
Bucilla
Coats & Clark's
Yellow
445
610
151
2572
10A
Bright Yellow
743
137
153
2576
43
Orange
741
131
259
2516
38
Red Orange
900
145
310
2460
38B
Purple
5452
764
499
2238
36
Yellow Green
907
67
911
2404
5A
Medium Green
3346
69
237A
2406
109
Dark Green
895
596
414C
2410
28B
Brown
801
116
409C
2566
81A
Henna
919
605
270
2460
75A
Steel Blue
932
140
314
2028
24A
Light Aqua
504
631
167
2240
26
Cream
712
126
26
2005
61
White
Snow White
Snow White
25A
2003
1

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Hibiscus Chart Pattern

Hibiscus Chart Pattern

Pattern includes transfer designs for two cross-stitch florals, lily and hibiscus, for pictures or pillows. Designs are to be worked in 5-to-inch cross-stitch plus French knots for lily. See directions for colors, amount required and manufacturer's color numbers of six strand cotton.

MATERIALS REQUIRED: ⅝ yd. of 52" wide smooth natural, ivory or cream linen or cotton with a linen finish will make two pictures or pillows. Use ⅝ yd. 35" or 36" fabric for one picture or pillow, 1¼ yds. 35" or 36" for two. If making pillow cover, use boxed inner pillow 18" or 20" square. Buy enough contrast fabric for back and sides of pillow and for corded welting. Cut cover 1 " larger than finished pillow to allow for ½" seams.

CROSS-STITCH: Cut fabric 22½" wide x 25" high.  Turn under raw edges ¼" and edge stitch. Using contrasting thread, baste along the stamped corner angles and from center line to center line through the design both ways to divide it into quarters. Using a colored pencil, mark leaflet through center of design both ways. Follow leaflet charts for placing colors. Use full six strands of six-strand cotton in needle. In working cross-stitch it is important to have the crosses of the entire design crossed in the same direction. See detail. Keep stitches even by having them touch, putting the needle in the same hole used for adjoining stitch.

TO BLOCK DESIGN: Cover a large board with clean paper and mark size of fabric (22" x 24½") on the paper. If embroidered piece is soiled, wash. Place wet piece (right side up) on board, pull edges of fabric to meet guide lines drawn on paper. Thumb tack all edges of fabric to board, placing tacks ½" apart. Allow to remain until thoroughly dry.

TO MOUNT AND FRAME: Mount the embroidered piece by stretching over stiff cardboard cut 16⅞" wide x 17⅞" high. When stretching be sure to keep design perfectly straight and centered. Drive straight pins through fabric into the edges of cardboard, keeping fabric straight. Paste the edges of fabric down on wrong side or use masking tape. Illustrations show the picture framed in a 17" x 18" frame with a 1⅛"-1½" wide molding.


Hibiscus Chart Pattern
Hibiscus Chart Pattern
Hibiscus Chart Color Key
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Lily Chart Pattern

Lily Chart Pattern

Pattern includes transfer designs for two cross-stitch florals, lily and hibiscus, for pictures or pillows. Designs are to be worked in 5-to-inch cross-stitch plus French knots for lily. See directions for colors, amount required and manufacturer's color numbers of six strand cotton.

MATERIALS REQUIRED: ⅝ yd. of 52" wide smooth natural, ivory or cream linen or cotton with a linen finish will make two pictures or pillows. Use ⅝ yd. 35" or 36" fabric for one picture or pillow, 1¼ yds. 35" or 36" for two. If making pillow cover, use boxed inner pillow 18" or 20" square. Buy enough contrast fabric for back and sides of pillow and for corded welting. Cut cover 1 " larger than finished pillow to allow for ½" seams.

CROSS-STITCH: Cut fabric 22½" wide x 25" high.  Turn under raw edges ¼" and edge stitch. Using contrasting thread, baste along the stamped corner angles and from center line to center line through the design both ways to divide it into quarters. Using a colored pencil, mark leaflet through center of design both ways. Follow leaflet charts for placing colors. Use full six strands of six-strand cotton in needle. In working cross-stitch it is important to have the crosses of the entire design crossed in the same direction. See detail. Keep stitches even by having them touch, putting the needle in the same hole used for adjoining stitch.

REMAINING EMBROIDERY FOR LILY: Using transfer sheet as guide, work French knots in lily petals, using 4 strands of henna six-strand cotton in the needle, three times over needle. Steel blue or dark green back stitches outlining white crosses are optional.

TO BLOCK DESIGN: Cover a large board with clean paper and mark size of fabric (22" x 24½") on the paper. If embroidered piece is soiled, wash. Place wet piece (right side up) on board, pull edges of fabric to meet guide lines drawn on paper. Thumb tack all edges of fabric to board, placing tacks ½" apart. Allow to remain until thoroughly dry.

TO MOUNT AND FRAME: Mount the embroidered piece by stretching over stiff cardboard cut 16⅞" wide x 17⅞" high. When stretching be sure to keep design perfectly straight and centered. Drive straight pins through fabric into the edges of cardboard, keeping fabric straight. Paste the edges of fabric down on wrong side or use masking tape. Illustrations show the picture framed in a 17" x 18" frame with a 1⅛"-1½" wide molding.


Lily Chart Pattern
Lily Chart Pattern
Lily Chart Color Key
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