By George C. [from old catalog] c Perkins
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BRUSH HOLDER. The description preceding well to accompanying the article will this. apply equally The wooden and other shapes for palette brush holders can be obtained at fancy goods stores. CARD POCKET. The accompanying butter plates, shown made is iu the ilhistratioii. with plush, holding mucilage. of wooden oue cut crescent shape, as it Line with Cover both pieces iu place Vjy using silesia. after which overhand the pieces together aud suspend by broad satin rilibon. A Lady's book 4d This cut shows a tidy of momie cloth, stamped to represent different fruits which are worked in their natural colors with Hemiri way's silk.
Gild the handles with "Queen's Liquid Gold," cover the body with your embroidered strip, lapping one edge over the other and catching firmlj^ with strong stitches. Screw in five little brass hooks as represented in the cut, This pretty and useful It little requires a rolling pin of small size then finish with ribbons. 6^ ARf EMBfeOrbEftT iN SILK. 29 RIBBON WORK. To do to this work requires but little instruction other than that required do embroidery in the Kensington; when the principle of shading i^ once acquired, the stitches are easily learned: then, taste, ingenuily niid practice will master all styles of art embroidery.
When felt is used tlio effect is brightened by adding a facing of plush or velvet just above the fringe. Fig. 4 is very pretty made in this way. Fig 3, of dark red plush, embroidered witli nasturtiums, is suitable for a window, and its companion piece can be worked with a trumpet vine, both Howers requiring the same shades of yellow. Fig. 2 is in olive plush, embroidered handsomely with apple blossoms. Fig. 1 has tlic mantle board and drapery of peacock blue plush, the embroidered piece underneath being of old gold satin.
A ladys book on art embroidery in silk, with engraved patterns by George C. [from old catalog] c Perkins