New Monogram Style for
A bigger version of our popular Gothic Monogram Set 9 - for those with larger hoops.
This elaborate monogram style is done in satin stitch, based on French artwork for professional hand monogrammers in the early 1900s. The columns are thin and elegant but still wide enough for towels.
These designs can be enlarged even further in your software - up to 10" (254mm) - without the need to convert the satin stitches to a fill pattern.
Gothic XL 9 is included in the following Guided Search categories: Vertical, Thin, Heirloom, Angular, Towels, Bed Linens, Tote Bags And Purses, Quilts.
The free letter of the month is "J" from the Gothic XL Monogram Set 9.
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 September 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.
Purchase Bundle (Download)
Purchase Bundle (Mail Order)
A French 19th Century two-color monogram style - satin stitch letters with a double running stitch border. These letters are designed to be stacked on top of each other to create unique two-letter monograms, or use the letters individually or place them side by side. This style looks really elegant sewn tone-on-tone.
A complex vine background, different for each letter, sets off these block monogram letters with contrasting border. This graceful 19th century style can be simplified by not sewing the first color.
This monogram style is English, dating from about 1900. There is a very delicate vine and leaf pattern in the background, composed of thin satin stitches and bean stitches, along with two-color satin stitch flowers. The letters are a serif block style, done in satin stitch fill with a thin outline detail. The overall motif creates a square. The letters can be used alone if you wish by skipping past the background. This is a five color design, but it looks equally special sewn in all one color.
Although this monogram style might typically be called "Old English" it comes from a continental source, so it would more accurately be called "Old French." The letters are done in satin stitch with underlay designed to give a dimensional rounded quality.
Monograms in the Movies
Monograms in the Movies
An archive of film scenes with monograms - updated monthly.
This month we added: