The Antique Pattern Library strikes again: This is a free 1929 pamphlet by Joan Drew, which consists of a 1 page introduction and 16 pages of nothing but design outlines. The contents are mostly flowering plants and birds, in a variety of design sizes and design types (small flower sprays, full vases, birds sitting on a twig, birds in a tree, borders, corners, etc). Here is the link directly to the pdf for Portfolio of Designs for Embroidery.
Thanks so much for that booklet! The designs are excellent! 🙂 🙂
I found you through Mary Corbet and so glad I did. Thank you for this design.
I too found you through Needle ‘n Thread. Thoroughly enjoyed your Blog. The links are great! Look forward to reading future posts.
What a beautiful site Hannah. Look forward to seeing your stitch progress. Found you through Mary. Cheers.
thank you! cheers
thanks so much for sharing! what a wonderful booklet! also, i think i lost myself in that library for about an hour. *L*