New Monogram Style for
This ornate monogram set is digitized from artwork from the 1920s. Thin satin stitch elements border wide areas that are filled with manual seed stitch - each stitch placed manually to create a grainy texture. Candlewick stitch "dots" complete the decoration.
Arabesque 13 is included in the following Guided Search categories: Vertical, Wide, Heirloom, Decorative, Towels, Bed Linens, Tote Bags And Purses, Quilts.
The free letter of the month is "U" from the Arabesque Monogram Set 13.
Custom Collection - On Sale This Month!
The four styles below are on sale this month.
Each is discounted - 15% off
Buy all four of this month's On-Sale styles for $
63.95 - that's only
$ 15.96 each!
Save Even More During Our December Sale!
Chose either the download or mail-order option. Special offer for a Custom Collection - the download option also includes back-up CDs sent by mail for no additional cost.
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Inspired by engraved wedding invitations, this two-color monogram style has an elaborate double running stitch background, different for each letter, with the letters themselves done in satin stitch. The style can be simplified by skipping the first color.
A large-scale script monogram style. One-color graceful letters from the 1930s create an aura of luxury and sophistication.
Hot Iron Transfer Patterns were first made in 1879, and continued to be popular with hand embroiderers until the mid-1950s. A vast array of subject matter was covered, and the artwork was designed to be transferred as line art to fabric. These monogram designs were available in the 1930s. We have digitized separate colors for each portion of the design, but this would also looks stunning done white-on-white for a wedding gift. The letters are raised satin stitch, and the display border with decorative bow is done in satin stitch, accented with French knots.
This style is featured in A Table of Gold by Susan Schrempf, Designs in Machine Embroidery magazine, January/Fenruary 2007.
A luxurious French monogram style, from the 1920s. Each letter has a curling tail, and is done in satin stitch. Used either as a graceful single letter monogram, or combined and overlapped for dramatic effect. This style looks sophisticated in any color scheme.
Monograms in the Movies
Monograms in the Movies
An archive of film scenes with monograms - updated monthly.
This month we added: