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Alphabets et Motifs au Point de croix

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Patterns for Embroidering on Canvas 6

German Books / Bücher Deutsch

Alphabete und Muster zum Wäschezeichnen und Sticken

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Stickmuster-Buck . Embroidery-Pattern Book . Dessins de Broderie

STICKMUSTER-BUCK Heft No 185

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Vorlagen zum Wäschezeichnen

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Kreuzstitch und Filetmuster aus Graubünden, Herausgegeben von der Bündnerischen Vereinigung für Heimatschutz. , 1927

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Russian Books / Русский книги

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1871 Russian Folk Ornaments - Русский народный орнамент

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1877 Collected Velikorusskih & Malorossiyskih patterns for embroidery рнамент русской народной вышивки как историко-этнографический источник

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1899 Alphabet and embroidery album on canvas АЛЬБОМЪ АЗБУКИ И УЗОРОВ ДЛЯ ВЫШИВАНИЯ ПО КАНВЕ

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Book with Patterns - книга съ узорами мануфактура вышивокъ

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Embroidery Drawings - Issue 1 1938 вышивок рисунки - выпуск 1 1938г.

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Russian Rushnik 1 - рушник

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Ukrainian Embroidery 1930 - украинские вышивки 1930

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Hello, I am trying to chart all the small booklets I have, using Pattern Maker or PCStitch. Anyone interested in contributing to this blog? Je suis en train de reprendre tous les livrets en ma possession sous Pattern Maker. Quelqu'un voudrait-il contribuer à ce blog en m'aidant dans cette tâche ? Je peux convertir les fichiers PCStitch également. Merci par avance de votre aide.

Email: eclark0ghez@yahoo.com (that is a zero in the middle)

 

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Sajou No 236

I just wanted to thank everyone for the wonderful comments. They really do make my day!!!

Enjoy... :)
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7 comments:

  1. These are so beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing! Suzie in Idaho

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  2. Thanks, Ramzi!
    Do you know by any chance why there is no I and W in these alphas?
    The central one today is so unusual!
    juno
    xx
    Juno's Place
    Cards by Carol

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  3. Thanks, the abc are beutifull.

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  4. These are beautiful old style letters! I'm very excited about puttin them to good use. Thanks so much!

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  5. An answer to Carol .... Don't forget that these booklets are french. So,I and J were the same in old french (and other countries too ! :D)calligraphy. W was not used in past time in France. Usually, foreign people who used these kinds of old alphabets, composed by themselves the W letter with the V letter. Later, the editors decided to include the W and for that removed the O (the same than the Q generally) to keep a correct dispatch of the letters on every page. It was easier and cheaper to manage 24 letters than 25 ou 26 !
    Have a good stitching day !
    Valérie alias Aurinko
    Bleu de Croix

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  6. Thank Valérie for the explanation, I had been researching the reason but was hard since most answers were in French.

    Thanks again :)
    Ramzi

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  7. Hi,

    I created a font using the second alphabet in Sajou No. 236 and it is named Sajou Fancy Gothic. You can see a preview of the font here.

    The font can be downloaded from abfonts. The font is in Open Type, True Type and Windows Postscript Type 1 formats.

    Thanks Ramzi for posting the scan.

    - Toto

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