Last week I showed you the contents of a bag filled with silk twists, and one little table runner with silk embroidery. Now you can see what else was in the bag .
This is a tea-cosy, with the embroidery started on one side. All these patterns are bought with the blue print on the fabric, and in most cases the sewing threads included.
This is a bigger tea-cosy, again from the early years of 1900.
This was supposed to be a collar for a lady.
The Rosy corner of a long table runner in broderie anglaise.
First they cut a hole and then they have to mend it with pretty stitches! No wonder this wasn't finished.
This was the best I could do with this black silk with Chrysanthemum embroidery in orange and rust coloured silks. A cushion cover.
And finally the project I'm considering to finish, as it uses cotton floss (more suitable for my hands and skills!):