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691.-EDGING FOR WASHING
693.-EDGING FOR WASHING
694.- DETAIL OF EMBROIDERED FOLIO IN APPLIQUE. We recommend the Cottons of Messrs. JONAS BROOK BROS., Meltham Mills, Huddersfield, and 49, Cannon Street, London, E.C.
698.-FRINGE FOR DRESSES.
700.-FRINGE FOR DRESSES, PALETOT, &c. We recommend the Cottons of Messrs. JONAS BROOK Bros., Meltham Mills, Huddersfield, and 49, Cannon Street, London, E.C.
No. 682. COSTUME OF BEIGE AND LIMOUSINE. Trained skirt, with deep, closely-pleated flounce, and narrow bands of the same material. The front breadth, where the flounce is not continued, has a vertical puffing of beige up the centre. Side pieces shaped en tablier, and edged with fringe, meet below the puffing; the upper one being of beige, the lower one of striped grey and blue limousine. The latter material is used for the sleeveless jacket, and is trimmed with fringe and bows of blue grosgrain silk. Sleeves of grey beige.
No. 683. APRON. Of black grosgrain, with closely pleated Aounce below a crossway band of black velvet, edged with broad and narrow guipure lace. Pocket with vandyked flap, trimmed to correspond, and with an agraffe of passementerie.
No. 684. APRON. Of black corded silk, with pocket on the right side. A closely pleated flounce of the same material, ornamented with straps of beaded passementerie, finished off with tassels, is introduced round the lower edge. The pocket is made to correspond, and has a bow and ends of black grosgrain ribbon.
WALKING COSTUME. Trained skirt of grey cashmere, with deep flounce arranged in alternate folds of cashmere and grosgrain silk of a deeper shade. Above the flounce, narrow, closely pleated frills of cashmere, with band of grosgrain. Tunic draped en écharpe, and edged with silk fringe. Jacket bodice of grey cashmere, with crossway bands of grosgrain. At the wrists close pleating of cashmere. No. 686. DINNER DRESS OF GROSGRAIN AND
CASHMERE. Plain dress of dark blue grosgrain silk, with high bodice and long, tight sleeves perfectly untrimmed. Polonaise a la Juive, of pale blue cashmere, embroidered in chain and satin stitch, with bright coloured silks and gold cord. Buttons and agraffes of passementerie, with dark blue silk cord, are employed to drape the skirt in folds on each side below the waist.
No. 687. TIGHT-FITTING PALETOT. Of steel blue Eugenie cloth, with worsted braid, silk fringe, and small passementerie buttons.
No. 688. TIGHT-FITTING MANTLE. Of grey velvet cloth, with trimming of black braid, fringe, and grelots. On the front and side breadths bows of black grosgrain silk.
No. 689. New COSTUME. Of black grosgrain silk, arranged at the back in vertical folds. Long tunic of grey vigogne, with black worsted braid and black fringe. Jacket bodice of vigogne, with revers of black grosgrain, and trimming of worsted braid. Nos. 691 & 693. Two EDGINGS FOR WASHING
MATERIALS. No. 691. This design is embroidered on a ground of mull muslin, batiste, or nansook, in satin, overcast, and buttonhole stitch.
No. 693 is embroidered in point de Venise, satin and overcast stitch on batiste or fine lawn. The ground is then cut away from the embroidery. No. 692. ROSETTE FOR ANTIMACASSARS, ETC. Crochet.
This pattern may be crocheted either in white cotton, or
in black or coloured silks. 4 chain, the first 3 to form i treble, * 9 chain, 2 purl of 5 chain and i slip stitch, i long treble in the last of the 9 chain, 8 times alternately I purl, i long treble in the same stitch where the last was worked, then 2 purl, I slip stitch where all the long treble were worked, 4 double in the 4 stitches of the 9 chain, 4 chain, I treble in the first stitch, repeat from * 5 times, joining as required by the work.
Nos. 694 & 696. EMROIDERED FOLIO IN APPLIQUE.
The folio itself is made of thin boards painted a la Chinoise ,with gold on a black ground The outer side has an applique embroidery of corded silk on a ground of pale lilac.
Our illustration No. 694 gives one half of the design. A circle of black velvet, embroidered with bright coloured silk in satin and chain stitch, is edged round in chain and overcast stitch, and the same stitches are used in the sprays and tendrils which surround the circle. The sides of the folio are fastened together with a strip of leather. No. 695. INSERTION FOR UNDER-LINEN IN EM.
BROIDERY. This design is embroidered in fine lawn, pansook, o mull muslin in satin, plain, and overcast stitch. No. 697. EDGING FOR UNDER-LINEN IN EMBROIDERY.
These effective patterns are embroidered on batiste or nansook in satin, overcast, and buttonhole stitch. The wheels are worked in lace stitch, and the ground cut away. No. 698. FRINGE FOR DRESSES AND PALETOTS, ETC.
Crochet and Knotted Work. This fringe is made in separate parts, which are joined together in the course of the work. Each pattern is made as follows : * i bar of 7 chain, going back along them miss 1, 5. double, repeat 4 times from *, then 15 chain, close into a circle with i slip stitch, 28 double in the circle of 15 chain, i double in the stitch between the 5 double and the 15 chain, 5 times alternately i bar of 6 chain, going back along them miss 1, 5 double, i double in the free chain of the opposite bar, 5 double in the 5 chain of the bar, 3 chain, i double in the missed stitch of the same bar, 4 times alternately 1 chain, 2 double separated by 3 chain in the missed stitch of the next bar, then 2 purl of 3 chain and i slip stitch, 18 double in the centre 18 of the 28 double, 2 purl, 4 times alternately 2 double separated by 3 chain in the missed stitch of the next bar, i chain, i double in the missed stitch of the next bar, 3 chain, then 5 double in the 5 chain of the last bar, close with a slip stitch. Fasten, and cut off the thread. This completes one figure. Crochet the following patterns in the same way as shown in the illustration. Then crochet along the upper edge as follows : Alternately i treble in the upper parts of the next stitch, I chain, miss 1. In each of the centre io double of the lower edge, knot strands of silk 7 in. long, according to our illustration. No. 699. INSERTION FOR UNDER-LINEN, ETC.
Russian Braid and Lace Stitch. The insertion requires four braids, having on one side single and on the other five fold loops. They are joined together with lace stitch as shown in the illustration. The bars are worked in overcast stitch, and filled up in point de reprise. On the side of the five fold loops the braids are merely sewn together, care being taken to fasten off carefully.
FRINGE FOR DRESSES, PALETOTS, ETC.
Passementerie Work, The material required is fine silk cord, which is knotted according to the illustration. The tassels at the lower edge are made of purse silk.