New Monogram Style for
This monogram style is intended to produce three- letter monograms, but the center letters would look great if used alone. They are done with satin stitch columns with a row of candlewick stitches filling the open portion of the letter.
The flanking letters are also satin stitch in a contrasting style.
Baroque 4 is included in the following Guided Search categories: Vertical, Heirloom, Decorative, Towels, Bed Linens, Tote Bags And Purses, Napkins.
The free letter of the month is "E" from the Baroque Monogram Set 4.
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Handwork monograms from the 1920s and 1930s often combine a central outline initial with flanking smaller initials done in satin stitch. This style, taken from artwork originally produced in Europe for professional hand embroiderers, uses a center letter with shading details. The small ring-shaped corner detail creates a very classic look that is just as interesting white-on-white.
This luxurious monogram style combines two-color central letters with satin stitch flanking letters and scrolled satin stitch corner brackets. The unusual fill in the larger letters is accomplished with a meandering vermicelli stitch -each stitch is digitized by hand. The result has a texture like chenille, and is finished with a thin satin stitch border.
Stately central letters, done in satin stitch outline, are filled with rows of candlewick stitches in graduating sizes. The graceful and fluid flanking satin stitch letters provide a contrast in styles - along with small satin stitch embellishments.
The central letters can be used alone, or merged with the other elements to create a striking three letter monogram. The artwork for the larger letters is from the 1940s. Thanks to Elliott Dicker of Monograms by Mark Elliott (Pompano Beach, FL) for providing the artwork for the flanking letters.
A French handwork monogram style from the 1870s, with digitized candlewicking details. This two-color design looks equally vibrant and traditional sewn tone-on-tone with one thread color.
The Candlewick Monogram Set was developed in collaboration with Susan Schrempf and Gail Tibbetts.
This monogram style is used in the Cover article "Fleece with Flair!" by Sandra Clark - Designs in Machine Embroidery magazine, January/February 2005.
Monograms in the Movies
Monograms in the Movies
An archive of film scenes with monograms - updated monthly.
- The White Cliffs of Dover (1944)
- A Beautiful Mind (2001)