By George C. [from old catalog] c Perkins
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Is CRETONKE TABLE COVER. A pretty and inexpensive cover can be made as follows: Take nine squares of cretonne, each square measuring twelve inches. Sew these together in the form of a larger square, after which cover the seams with narrow black velvet ribbon, on which is worked a catch stitch in yellow silk. Lino with Canton flannel in gray, The edges may be olive, scarlet, or brownish yellow. finished with balls of contrasting colors, with fringe, with white Guipure lace, or with a pinking of felt or flannel set between the outer part and lining.
With the screens intended more for artistic decoration tlian for actual wear tear, we want ricli and closely woven fabrics, delicately painted or em- and broidered. "While the work by brush or needle is distinctively woman's work, the ting in of the fabric to the frame can scarcely be done successfully, save hands accustomed to the lal)or. So our advice making sure that he understands is, his business. leave tliat to fit- by the upholsterer, u A LADY^S BOOK M. Heminwat & Sons Silk Co. and a Special every exhibition where their productions have been represented, Certificate of delphia, 1876.
In position, after suspended by a ribbon. and may It may which the A Lady's 46 nooii. WALL ORNAMENT. This ornament Take lias for its foun- common Japanese fan. olive plush, or velvet, and dation a cut a piece the shape of the fan, but half an inch larger all around. Embroider a spray of pansies in shades of lavender and purple, then lay smoothly on the fan and baste a short distance from the edge. Turn in the edge of the plush and blind stitch to the fan. The thermometer may be attached either with stitches or mucilage.
A ladys book on art embroidery in silk, with engraved patterns by George C. [from old catalog] c Perkins