The monogram is an attractive and popular way of personalizing your wardrobe or household linens: tablecloths, napkins, sheets, pillowcases, towels, handkerchiefs, blouses, shirts, dresses, sweaters, jackets, and other items.
This collection contains 350 unusual and striking monograms taken from a rare Viennese album printed at the turn of the century. All the monograms that can be composed with pairs of letters are here. The book also includes a number of crowns plus several large and small alphabets with numerals, both Roman and Arabic. All are charted for ready use in different forms of needlework — needlepoint, latch-hooking, counted cross-stitch, crochet, or knitting.
The informative introduction tells you how to enlarge or reduce the monograms, and gives simple directions on how to do them in your favorite form of needlework.