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40. ARTISTIC EMBEOIDEEY. 40 The combination in Figure 40 is simple enough in detail, but very effective to edge a bordering. It is done in chain-stitch, ladder-stitch, and }3oint russe. Small borders are often improved by a mere line on each side; and the same effect is produced by sewing the bordering on material of a different shade. ^ Birds and butterflies are naturally associated with flowers*Hhej inequalities of a balance the serve to often give an air of life, and Butterflies are particularly appropriate from their great design.
The second figure i» — ARTISTIC EMBROIDERY. 31 of two shades of green; the third of two shades of blue; and the fourth of two shades of yellow. The knotted stitch in the centre of the ovals is violet. The dots outside the ovals are worked in satinstitch, and are alternately red, yellow, violet, and blue. The stems are of black silk in point-russe stitches. The four ovals are worked in chain-stitch with silk of two shades of brown. LADDER-STITCH. This is sometimes quite effective in ornamental embroidery.
This stitch is very much used in apj)lique work; and it makes pretty dividing lines in ornamenting large articles. lately saw a table-cover worked entirely in feather-stitch, that had quite an Oriental appearance. The ground was black cloth; and all colors of worsted braid, of different widths, were sewed on with this stitch being placed around an oblong piece in the centre, and in strips across to the edge for the border. A We — CHAIN-STITCH. Another well-known and simple embroidery-stitch; and more beaumay be produced with it than are known to the philosophy tiful effects of the ordinary worker.