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=== Background ===
 
=== Background ===
  
The 16th Century saw a proliferation of pattern books or modelbuchs aimed at the domestic embroiderer as well as the professional craftsman. In addition to pattern books designed specifically for artisans, many other books were used by the domestic embroiderer as a source of [[embroidery]] designs. These books fell into three main categories:
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The [[16th century]] saw a proliferation of pattern books or modelbuchs aimed at the domestic embroiderer as well as the professional craftsman. In addition to pattern books designed specifically for artisans, many other books were used by the domestic embroiderer as a source of [[embroidery]] designs. These books fell into three main categories:
  
 
* [[Herbals]]
 
* [[Herbals]]
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* Spies, Nancy. "Here By Wyverns: Hundreds of Patterns Graphed from Medieval Sources" Arelate Studio (2002) ISBN: 0-9718960-0-3
 
* Spies, Nancy. "Here By Wyverns: Hundreds of Patterns Graphed from Medieval Sources" Arelate Studio (2002) ISBN: 0-9718960-0-3
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