Antique Graphics Wednesday – Sewing Border

I love this wonderful border showing a variety
of sewing notions.  This image came from a
1913 magazine called, “The Modern Priscilla”
that was sent to me by Audrey @ Timeless Treasures.
Thank you, Audrey!
This graphic was used as the header of a column in the magazine
called, “The Home Dressmaker”, which provided patterns and instructions
for a variety of garments.  
I think it would be perfect for stationary or business cards.
To see all the past images I’ve posted, click on the tab
under my blog header called, “Antique Graphics to Print”.
Let me know if you use any graphics I’ve posted in projects
so I can share your project with everyone!
Blessings,
Angie
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Comments

  1. This is really lovely for sewing projects, Angie. Thank you for sharing!

  2. Very nice. Thanks for sharing.

  3. We are doing a hand crafted weekend at the charity shop where I work, this would be great on the poster! Thank you!

  4. We are doing a hand crafted weekend at the charity shop where I work, this would be great on the poster! Thank you!

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