Trevelyon manuscript now online (early 17thc embroidery patterns)
- The Historic Needlework list posted this. Ordinarily I don't cross-post, but is so terrific that I'm willing to make an exception. Based on past experience, you will see this on every other historical-embroidery-related mailing list tomorrow if not tonight ;)
The Zoomify feature lets you get VERY up close and personal. I am so grateful to museums who have "resources for the ages" and are willing to make them available for everyone to enjoy.
This was announced by:
And the direct link to the manuscript at the Folger is:
I've just played a bit with the zoom, but apparently you can download pages by bringing up the page you want, then clicking Export in the upper right hand corner.
O (Dame) Christian de Holacombe, OL - Shire of Windy Meads
+ Kingdom of the West - Chris Laning <claning@...>
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