As regular readers will know, the other week I published some cleaned up out of copyright patterns from the 1907 Herrschner Catalogue which can be found in the Antique pattern Library.
I found the butterflies appealing and can see the dotted line as a line of seed beads.
I cleaned up the files because I discovered many of the patterns are blurred scans. I have had a few moments to clean up some more and offer them here today.
The collection is very good and has loads of interesting vintage patterns or you can simplify them down for a more contemporary interpretation.
In the New Year I will do some more as life is a little busy at the moment.
Simply right click on the image and save to your computer.
You will find the source of these patterns listed in the Antique pattern library in the 1907 Herrschner Catalogue. The three files are described as:
“Herrschner, Frederick. Art Needlework Supplies General Catalog. Chicago, Frederick Herrschner, c.1907, 242pgs”
If you have trouble opening them see the Antique Pattern library instructions at the top of the page as you really do need the latest version of acrobat 9.0 to view them.