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Arabesque 12 - $39.95

There are left, middle and right versions of each embroidered letter, and in addition to the satin stitch letter each contains a section of a satin stitch swag, accented with candlewick stitches. Aligning the candlewick stitches in your embroidery software program will produce a continuous swag and a three-letter monogram. The center letter has an additional open ring detail at the top, and can be used alone. The artwork for this style is from the 1920s.

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Arabesque 14 - $33.95
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This monogram set has a very classic look, with satin stitch elements passing over and under eachother. Two sizes are included, for use as as a single letter monogram, or combined in two or three-letter monogram combinations.

Thanks to Elliott Dicker of Monograms by Mark Elliott (Pompano Beach, FL) for providing the artwork for these letters.

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Art Deco 8 - $39.95

This monogram style is digitized from artwork from 1934. The open satin stitch circle is a bold decorative accent for these simple satin stitch letters.

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Art Deco 9 - $39.95

This monogram style is digitized from artwork from 1933. The elegant vertical letters are done in satin stitch, with wider areas that are filled in with a manual seed stitch - each stitch placed individually by hand. The effect of this interesting texture is reminiscent of the karakul lamb's coat - from a breed of sheep native to the deserts of Central Asia. This "fur", referred to as Persian Lamb, has a tight curly nature - durable, valuable, and used for high-fashion fur coats and collars in the 1930s and 40s.

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Art Deco 10 - $39.95

Digitized from researched artwork from 1940, this monogram set has a friendly personality. Each letter sits atop a curved base, with a flared upper section that suggests a carefree hat. Each letter also has an oval lozenge shape as an accent. All elements are digitized in satin stitch.

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Art Nouveau 5 - $39.95

All of the designs in this monogram set are done in satin stitch. There are many monogramming possibilities - single initial, single initial with wing embellishments, three-letters, three-letters with wing embellishments, etc. Since the letters can be aligned in many different ways, and the embellishments rotated in your embroidery software the possibilities are nearly endless.

Thanks to Elliott Dicker of Monograms by Mark Elliott (Pompano Beach, FL) for providing the artwork for these letters.

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Arts and Crafts 6 - $39.95

This simple and fluid monogram style is digitized from artwork from 1925. Satin stitch details border interior sections that are filled with a manually digitized seed stitch. The letters are accented with thin satin stitch vines, leaves, and stylized flowers in the form of open satin stitch circles.

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Arts and Crafts 7 - $39.95

This light and fresh monogram set is digitized from artwork from 1933. The larger letter is tall and thin, done in satin stitch, with a single stylized flower accented with a candlewick stitch center. An L-shaped thin satin stitch element anchors the lower left corner. This single initial is charming on its own, but can be used with the included smaller initials to create a two or three letter monogram by merging the letters in your embroidery software program.

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Arts and Crafts 9 - $39.95

The artwork for this monogram set was drawn in 1925. It is a deceptively simple monogram style with stems, leaves, and a small stylized ring accent. With a light touch and a country feel these letters are perfect for tea towels or napkins.

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Avant Garde 5 - $39.95

Digitized from artwork from 1937, this monogram set combines thin vertical satin stitch letters with a festive border that is basically geometric, but with a bit of extra flare in the longest brackets - knobs at the ends. The brackets can be sewn in two colors as shown, with contrasting letter color, or everything can be sewn in one tone-on-tone color. Great for napkins.

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Avant Garde 6 - $39.95

Artwork from the early 1900s is the basis for this style. Digitized in satin stitch with thin, graceful, curling elements, this monogram style can be used to create a three-letter monogram by staggering the placement of the flanking letters - a two-letter monogram is just as attractive. A delicate style for linens and napkins.

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Avant Garde 7 - $39.95

This satin stitch monogram set, reminiscent of the 1930s, has a slight slant, which gives it a whimsical personality. The letters can be used alone or combined into two or three-letter monograms.

Thanks to Elliott Dicker of Monograms by Mark Elliott (Pompano Beach, FL) for providing the artwork for these letters.

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Baroque 4 - $39.95

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.

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Brushwork 1 - $39.95

A satin-stitch monogram style digitized from artwork from the early 1900s. The letters have a japanese flavor, with the look of a western alphabet painted with ink and a brush. There is quite a bit of height variation from one letter to the next, and a natural flow to the letter shape.

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Brushwork 2 - $39.95

A satin-stitch monogram style with a flowing, handmade quality, and variation in height from one letter to the next - which one would expect from a style created by someone with a brush.M

The artwork for this monogram set was commissioned from Kipp T. Jarden, a traditional animator with a 2008 BFA from Savannah College of Art and Design. You can see more of his work on his website at http://www.kippjarden.com.

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Circle 5 - $39.95

The artwork for this fanciful monogram style is from 1916. The delicate satin stitch letters can be combined into a three-letter circular monogram. The surrounding bow and border is a separate design. The letters can be used with or without the border.

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Circle 6 - $39.95

Digitized from artwork from 1939, this monogram set molds each letter into a circular shape. The satin stitch letters include curls and embellishments - an elegant formal style.

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Circle 7 - $39.95

This satin stitch monogram style has a "modern" feel - it is digitized from artwork drawn in the 1930s. The letters are accented by two satin stitch rings, which seem to broadcast energy outward.

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Classic 1 - $39.95

This Monogram Blend, Classic 1, is composed of elements from two of our Monogram Sets - Arabesque Monogram Set 14 and Baroque Monogram Set 3. All of the designs, including the optional brackets, are done in satin stitch. There is a design that can be used as a template for easy layout placement in your embroidery software program (Hint: delete the template design before saving your work).

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Classic 2 - $39.95

This Monogram Blend (Classic 2) is composed of elements from three of our Monogram Sets - Romanesque 2 XL, Circle 5 and Regal. All of the elements are done in satin stitch. There is a design that can be used as a template for easy layout placement in your embroidery software program. The resulting three-letter monogram has a simple elegant oval shape.

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Craftsman 1 - $39.95

This Monogram Blend (Craftsman 1) is composed of elements from three of our Monogram Sets - Arabesque 7, Romanesque 7, and Arts and Crafts 6. There is a design that can be used as a template for easy layout placement in your embroidery software program. The left and right stylized flower embellishments help to accent the curvilinear letters.

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Cutwork 3 - $39.95

The artwork for this monogram style is from 1938. It is a blend of old world (open ladderwork borders) and new world (a simple contemporary letter style). For a true cutwork effect, use heavy-duty water soluble stabilizer. This style is just as attractive without the open ladderwork, or the borders can have a fabric insert if executed as applique.

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Diamond 1 - $39.95

Another monogram classic, this one from the 1950s. Merge designs to create any combination of two letters, then frame them with the corners to complete the Diamond shape. The letters and corners are elegant satin stitches with ample underlay to produce a full appearance. Great on towels, linens, scarves, etc.

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Diamond 2 - $39.95

This is another French monogram style, this time from 1923. It has delicate satin stitch details, and would look great on linens, handkerchiefs, etc. The left side letters (A-Z) are one color. The right side letters (A-Z) are four colors - each letter includes a three color flower accent. This style would look equally elegant if sewn tone-on-tone, all one color. The letters are designed to be merged in left and right versions to create a diamond from the letters that you choose.

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Diamond 3 - $39.95

This monogram style is from the 1930s. The background is an overlapping mesh, surrounded by a satin stitch border with a bean stitch highlight. The satin stitch monogram letter is flanked by two circular embellishments. The letters are digitized for applique, so a contrasting colored fabric can be laid under the mesh, or the design can be sewn as cutwork utilizing water-soluble stabilizer. Although digitized with 5 colors, this looks wonderfully subtle if sewn all in white.

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Diamond 4 - $39.95

In the 1930s and 40s, department stores like Woolworths sold iron-on transfer patterns for a wide variety or subject matter, including monogramming. The patterns could be transferred to fabric with a hot iron, and the pattern then used for hand embroidery. This style is based on one of those patterns. In addition to creating a three-letter diamond monogram, the smaller left and right flanking letters can be used together to create a two-letter diamond shape.

This style is featured in "Simply Napkins" by Gail Brown and Mary Mulari, Krause Publications, 2003.

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Diamond 5 - $39.95

A three-letter diamond monogram is one of the all-time classic styles. This one is based on a vintage 1940s iron-on transfer pattern - sold in department stores for 15 cents. The appropriate left, middle, and right initials are combined within your embroidery software program, along with four corner brackets, to create your own timeless monogram.

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Diamond 6 - $39.95

The artwork for this single-letter monogram design came from an iron-on transfer pattern from the 1930s. The upright initials are done in satin stitch. The two-color bracket has simulated handwork seeding stitch accents framed with satin stitch outlines, and the overall design is finished off with flanking French knots. The letters can be used alone by stopping after the letter is sewn.

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Diamond 7 - $39.95

The artwork for this monogram style is French, from 1936. Each letter is cleverly adapted to create a diamond shape, and done in satin stitch. These are intended as single-initial monograms for use on napkins, linens, or fashion accessories.

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Diamond 8 - $39.95

This two-color monogram style is a nicely formal presentation of a diamond shape. The artwork is from the 1930s, and each satin stitch letter is framed with satin stitch border sections to complete the diamond shape. We have digitized this style in two colors to allow you to give a bit of extra emphasis to the letter, but traditionally this would have been embroidered in one color - white-on- white - on fine linens, napkins, etc. To produce a single color version just use the same thread color for letters and frames.

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Empire - $33.95
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A graceful old-fashioned monogram style, designed to create three-letter combinations that form an oval shape.

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We first offered our Empire Monogram Set for sale in December 2001. It was digitized from hand-drawn artwork. The name Empire is a title that we invented to give this style a "grand" feel. Empire, and all of our other monogram styles are sold through our website, our retail dealer network of sewing stores, and one additional authorized source - embroidery.com, who share sales proceeds with us. Anything visually identical, whether a stand-alone design set, or a plug-in for a lettering or monogramming program is unauthorized and not the result of any arrangement with our company.

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Gothic 4 - $39.95

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.

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Gothic 5 - $39.95

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.

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Gothic 8 - $39.95

The artwork for this monogram style is early 20th Century French, and comes from a magazine for professional hand embroiderers. Although the original calls for a single color, we have digitized this as two colors for those who might prefer the style without the small floral detail - not quite a fleur-de-lis - just skip over color one.

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Gothic 9 - $39.95

Reminiscent of the intricate ironwork in a great European cathedral, this elaborate monogram style is done in satin stitch. The artwork is French, from the early 1900s. This is another style that looks timeless and spectacular white-on-white.

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Gothic 15 - $39.95

Digitized from artwork drawn in the 1930s, this monogram style is done in satin stitch. The letters have personalities, with "feet" and "ears".

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Lace 1 - $39.95

This delicate monogram style, composed of running stitches and thin satin stitch outlines, has a simulated overcast stitch diamond-shape border. It can be sewn with an applique insert on towels, as cutwork, or completely without fabric as a Christmas tree ornament. See additional details in "Project Corner".

This style is featured in " Baby's Treasure Dress" by Susan Schrempf, Designs in Machine Embroidery magazine, November/December 2004.

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Lattice 1 - $39.95

19th Century artwork was used to digitize this script monogram style, done in two colors. The flowing, rounded satin stitch letters are punctuated by lattice details done in delicate satin stitch.

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Medieval 3 - $39.95

This monogram style is digitized from artwork produced in France for professional embroiderers. The artwork was published in 1950, with a not that says "in the style of Louis XII". He was King of France from 1498 to 1515 and King of Naples from 1501 to 1504.

The designs are done in satin stitch with areas filled in with a manual seed stitch. The artwork shows some areas filled and others left open, which we thought was unusual.

The letters have a playful quality and distinct personalities.

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Moderne 1 - $39.95

Done in satin stitch, this monogram style from 1927 incorporates sweeping curves and a fresh feeling for the modern age. In architecture, noteworthy buildings in the Moderne style include the Bathers Building in San Francisco's Aquatic Park, and The De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, England.

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Moderne 2 - $39.95

This monogram set is digitized in satin stitch from artwork produced in the 1910s. It has a very elastic style - the letters seem infused with an exuberant energy. They sew beautifully on linens.

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Moderne 3 - $39.95

Digitized from artwork from the mid-1920s, this streamlined style is associated with crisp modern design - a similar version appeared on notecards in the 1939 film drama "Dark Victory". Done in satin stitch, we have split the wide column into two, which makes it easy to enlarge the letters in your embroidery software program for really large monograms on towels and shower curtains. Don't want two colors? Sew both with the same thread color.

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Moderne 4 - $39.95

It's hard to find monogram styles with very wide columns, and even harder to find them done in a traditional way - satin stitch - rather than as a flat fill pattern. The artwork for this style is from the 1940s, and we have split each column into two parts for an unusual visual effect.

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Moderne 5 - $39.95

From the 1940s, this monogram set is sleek, smooth, and thin. The satin stitch details are slightly fluted, widening gradually - reminiscent of elegant champagne glasses.

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Moderne 6 - $39.95

This monogram style is crisp and angular, done in satin stitch, with thinner stylized satin stitch shadow accents. The artwork is from 1936.

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Moderne 7 - $39.95

At first glance, this monogram set would seem to fit perfectly with "mid-century" design styles from the 1950s, so it will come as a surprise that the artwork was drawn in 1902. Smooth and angular satin stitch letters make this a good choice for evoking outer space and computers, even though it was designed 50 years before.

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Oval 1 - $39.95

This monogram style came from an iron-on transfer pattern from the 1940s. It is intended for the creation of a three-letter oval shaped monogram, accomplished by merging the appropriate letters from left, middle, and right versions. The center letter can be used alone for a single letter monogram. The designs are digitized in satin stitch with ample underlay for use on towels or fleece.

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Oval 2 - $39.95

The artwork for this monogram style is from 1947, but it still looks bright and modern. The satin stitch letters can be used one-by-one, as three-letter combinations, or enclosed within the graceful satin stitch border. The style can easily be resized within your embroidery software program for additional flexibility.

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Oval 3 - $39.95

Our historical research turned up a style sheet from a monogramming shop that closed sometime in the late 1940s - this was one of their custom offerings. We had enough information from the three letters pictured in their sample to recreate the entire set. It is done in satin stitch for both letters and border with two French Knot accents.

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Perennial 1 - $39.95

This monogram style is derived from a 1940s vintage monogrammed hankie in our Monogram Museum collection. The fluid satin stitch letters are framed by a three color oval border - a stylized satin stitch vine motif with a twist effect, along with leaves and four delicate satin stitch flowers with open centers. This style looks wonderful sewn all in one color, tone-on-tone. The letters can be used alone by skipping the border, which sews first.

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Perennial 2 - $39.95

Inspired by a 1940s vintage monogrammed hankie in our Monogram Museum collection, this elaborate style includes several digitizing techniques based on handwork. There are small oval seed stitch fill patterns, bordered by satin stitch edges and leaf details. Short sections of chain stitch create an overall oval border, finished with satin stitch flowers at the top and bottom. The monogram letters are digitized with several underlay layers to create extra lift for the satin stitches, and several small split columns create depressions, as often seen in finely crafted hand embroidery.

Digitizing this monogram style is the subject of "Hand Embroidery by Machine" Threads Magazine, July 2004.

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Perennial 3 - $39.95

This monogram style was inspired by a vintage embroidered monogram from our extensive collection. The original is all one color - white-on-white - and this style will look elegant sewn that way. In order to add some additional design flexibility we have digitized color breaks for the different elements of the garland so that a complex palette of spring colors can be used. All of the elements are satin stitch. As with others of this type, you can sew the garland alone by stopping before the initial is sewn, or sew just the initial alone by skipping past the colors in the garland.

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Petite 3 - $39.95

These miniature Diamond and Circle monograms are specifically digitized to sew well at small sizes. They can be used with or without the borders, and to facilitate perfect combinations of the letters with your embroidery software program, each style comes with a placement outline template design. Great for men's handkerchiefs, shirt cuffs - or for any fashion project that calls for a classic but discreet monogram.

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Regal - $39.95

This two-color script style is influenced by designs produced on old zig-zag stitch monogramming machines. The shadowed effect can be created with either color as the lighter highlight, or for a simpler look sew only the first color. The mirrored brackets are an option, and can be added for decorative effect.

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Romanesque 7 - $39.95

This monogram style is digitized from 1940s artwork. The large letters are done as outlines in satin stitch with open centers between border elements, and each letter sits in the center with a two color rectangular satin stitch frame surrounding it. The smaller letters are simpler in style, and are intended for use in creating a three letter monogram by merging the appropriate letter on the left and right.

In addition to the three-letter combination shown, there are a multitude of possibilities: Want a single initial with frame? (use only the large letter) Want everything as a single color? (use the same thread for all three design colors). Want only the larger open letter without the frame? (skip color 1 and color 2 on your machine.) Want the larger open letter with flanking letters, but no frame? (merge the flanking letters on either side, then delete colors 1 and 2 in your software). You get the idea - simple manipulations create very different visual results.

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Romanesque 8 - $39.95

The artwork for this monogram style is from a French publication for hand embroiderers from 1910. A leaf and vine motif surrounds the letters, accented with circular dots between the upper and lower garland sections. All the elements, including the very thin details are digitized in satin stitch.

We have done this monogram style in three colors, but a single color monogram is easily sewn by using only one thread color. The color changes also make it easy to separate the design into parts - the letters can be used alone by skipping over the border design.

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Rustic 3 - $39.95

We're not exactly sure of the age of the artwork used to digitize this monogram set - but it feels like late 1940s - early 1950s. It has a post WW II quality, after the troops returned from the war in the Pacific. Polynesian crossed with summer Boy Scout camp. The satin stitch letters are framed by long, rounded columns with open ring accents on either side. As is typical of many of our styles, the letters can be used alone.

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Silk Lantern - $39.95

This festive monogram style, with oriental lantern embellishments, has a light and modern feeling - so you may be as surprised as we were to learn that the artwork is French, and was drawn in 1859. The lanterns are filled with manual seed stitches, and the Asian-inspired letters are done in satin stitch.

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Triangle 1 - $39.95

Taken from artwork from the 1930s, this is a classic three-letter triangle monogram style - the type that would have been found on fine linens or the linings of luxurious fur coats. The set includes left, middle, and right versions for each letter. There is a separate design for the two corner details, and a running stitch triangle outline to help with prefect placement of the parts. The letters and corner details are digitized in statin stitch with plenty of underlay for a traditional rounded appearance. The letters can be used without the corner details if you wish.

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Triangle 2 - $39.95

Taken from artwork from a 1933 French publication for professional embroiders, this versatile triangle style includes everything needed to create many variations for two-letter monograms. There are left and right side versions of the alphabet, which can be used alone or in combination with the triangular border. There are also left and right versions of two styles of corner brackets. These satin stitch designs can be used on anything, but are particularly useful for on-point napkin monograms.

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Triangle 3 - $39.95

A classic two-letter triangle monogram, with a corner bracket, arranged in a dramatic right triangle shape. The artwork for this style came from a 1930s European source. This style can be used as is for linens. Use your resizing software to reduce the size for napkins, or enlarge for use on towels or shower curtains. The designs are digitized in satin stitch.

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Triangle 4 - $39.95

We acquired a style book from an old monogram shop that went out of business. The book contains examples of the shop's offerings, showing only a few letters for each style. We were intrigued by a variation on a geometric triangle - this one has curling script letters that can be arranged in a three- letter triangle form, with brackets to accent the triangle shape. We recreated the rest of the alphabet, digitizing the letters in satin stitch. An outline template design is also included to make it quick and easy to place the letters when merging them in your embroidery software program.

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Victorian 2 - $39.95

A three-color monogram style derived from a handwork pattern book from the 1890s, with an elaborate vine background, different for each letter. This very delicate style looks wonderful tone-on-tone for a completely traditional look.

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Victorian 4 - $39.95

Great for towels, the letters in this one-color monogram style have little horns and ears, and a distinct personality - also very elegant on white linens, sewn with white thread.

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Victorian 13 - $39.95

Turn-of-the-20th Century artwork provided inspiration for this satin stitch monogram set, which falls visually somewhere between "abstract" and "botanical". Flaring leave forms overlap and join together to create the letters.

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Woolworth - $39.95

In the 1940s the artwork for classic monogram styles could be found in department stores and used as patterns for hand embroidery. This style is digitized in satin stitch in two sizes, and comes with a satin stitch border design that frames a three-letter vertical monogram. The letters can also be aligned in a horizontal row, a diagonal arrangement, or used one by one, so this style is quite versatile.

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