Materials—Raworth’s thread No. 30, knitting-cotton No. 10, shaded amber Berlin wool, mesh No. 6.
Commence with a foundation of 100 loops, and net till the proper length is completed.
Work the pattern in darning-stitch with cotton.
Net a fringe with shaded wool, making two loops in every loop, using a flat mesh two inches broad.
This pattern consists of one row of overcasting stitches and one of cross-stitch running diagonally across the stuff.
Besides the cottons already mentioned, washing gold thread (Or fin D.M.C pour la broderie), may be used for the overcasting.
Dead gold introduced into simple needlework of this kind enlivens it extremely.