Needlework Patterns from the Italian Renaissance
This collection of needlework patterns from 1567 Italian publisher Matteo Pagano were originally designed for lacemakers but quickly adapted by embroiderers. 12 pages are traditional “punto in aria” lace borders and repeating patterns (perfect for Reticella lace or embroider), and 14 pages are charts drawn on graph paper (perfect for needlepoint, counted cross stitch and filet crochet), all in classic 16th century Italian Renaissance style.
Softcover book (6″ by 8-1/4″) with 30 pages. No instructions for any needlework or craft techniques are included. If there aren’t any copies in stock, your book will be backordered and shipped from the printers in about 2 weeks at no additional charge.
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