These floral embroidery patterns also include the name of the flower which is handy because sometimes it’s hard to tell them apart from the artist’s rendering. I’m not sure what “Spring Beauty” is. Kinda generic, no?
“I was framed!” cried the crossed carrot. “Shut up. We were all framed,” groaned the gregarious grape. “Y’all pipe down. The knife is out of the drawer,” whispered the portly pepper. These are all about 5″ wide except for the pepper which is a little wider and square rather than rectangular. They would work for
These wide edgings were designed originally for those sweeping skirts of the mid 1800s but today they would work on just about any modern full skirt. Of course, they would look lovely gracing the hem on fine linens…..pillowcases and sheets.
There are 6 in this set starting with July. They are from Workbasket, the sheet being intact so it would seem there were no winter and spring flowers but maybe they only issued half the year at a time.