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Below is a chart of the embroidery design that is derived from the pattern used for a woman's cotton apron from eastern Europe (TRC 2016.0889e). It includes stylised deer worked in black embroidery thread (cross stitch and Holbein stitch). It dates to the 1960's.‚Äč For a PdF file of the chart, click here.


East European deer chart, 1960'sEast European deer chart, 1960's


Deatil of an East European apron with an embroidered deer design, 1960's (TRC 2016.0889e).Deatil of an East European apron with an embroidered deer design, 1960's (TRC 2016.0889e).


Gillian Vogelsang-Eastwood, 16 October 2016

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