Fruit Bowl Cross Stitch
Today I’m sharing another Anne Orr sheet of cross stitch patterns. These are wonderful fruit bowls in different sizes and a lovely flower edging. This sheet is copyright 1921, Plate 1 Set E.
Here’s a sample of one of the bowls.
More Anne Orr Designs
Back in July of this year I shared another sheet of cross stitch patterns by Anne Orr. More flowers and baskets.
Fruit Bowls and Flowers
This first scan I’ve made a little darker so the graph paper lines show. Below you’ll find one that is a bit lighter.
You can download which ever one will work better for you or download both.
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Back of the Page
I’ve added a scan of the back of this sheet since it has some great ideas for using the cross stitch designs.
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