Cool Girl Scarf images

By | April 1, 2018

Some cool girl scarf images:

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Image from page 121 of “The ladies’ guide to needle work, embroidery, etc. : being a complete guide to all kinds of ladies’ fancy work” (1877)
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Identifier: ladiesguidetonee00fros
Title: The ladies’ guide to needle work, embroidery, etc. : being a complete guide to all kinds of ladies’ fancy work
Year: 1877 (1870s)
Authors: Frost, S. Annie (Sarah Annie)
Subjects: Needlework
Publisher: New York : H.T. Williams
Contributing Library: Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Library
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Text Appearing Before Image:
autiful finish for the Normandy caps of lace or muslin so much in fashionfor little girls. Indeed, many of the costly imported ones, made of real lace, have the embroiderythat finishes them transferred, and they are much easier to do up, as the embroi-dery can be ripped off and sewed on again when the lace is washed, in a straightpiece, whereas the embroidery upon the lace holds it in folds or puckers, often ililli-cult to iron smoothly after the cap is wet. We have seen a very pretty cap in this style, where the transferred sprigs npouthe lace were also used for the ends of the ribbon, trimming it with good effect.Medallions of lace with sprigs of embroidery transferred in the centre, make a beau-tiful finish for neckties, scarfs and bows of ribbon, and are very popular. But there is no branch of needlework where great neatness is more essential thanin transferring, since any slovenly work will he so immediately apparent, both inthe want of beauty in the article made and in its wear,

Text Appearing After Image:
Tig. 85.—HANDKERCHIEF CORNER. Handkerchief Come?* in Transfer Work. The work is in satin and spot stitch, carefully cut out and sewed down to a hand-kerchief corner, or upon the end of a necktie. LADIES GUIDE TO NEEDLEWORK. 119 Tobacco-Sag in Japanese Transfer Work. The material is glove kid, and the pattern in the Japanese work already de-scribed in this chapter. Liue with oil-silk, and bind with kid of a color to matchthe pattern. Fig. 86.

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Winter has arrived
girl scarf
Image by Rinoninha
Well, today, November 21th, Winter has officially started!
Today’s been rainy all day… I like rain, but only if I am home and I can listen to the sound of the raindrops against the window. I like to walk under the rain if it’s not a downpour and it’s not windy :p

I took this pics with my camera, and due to bad weather I had to use a ISO 200, meaning… awfull quality >< But I think I mostly fixed it with photoshop (Finger tool).

If Ilea was my Autumn girl… maybe Allen is my Winter boy?

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