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no 3: plain filling motif

motief voor de randen hieronder
motif

You don't see it immediately, but the small motif above is interresting. Mainly because it is plainfilling. That's to say you can lay out copies on the plain fitting together and covering the plain without holes. . Half of the motifs are "standing", the other half is "laying". Below there are two designs for a border. The first in two, the second in four colors. Both designs could serve for creating a beautiful belt.

rand in twee kleuren
design: Jos Hendriks
the border is 19 cross stitches high

rand in vier kleuren
design: Jos Hendriks
the border is 29 cross stitches high

Executed on linen with 10 threads per centimeter the first border is about four, the second is about 6 centimeter high. Below you found a working drawing.

werktekening
working drawing

You have permission to copy and/or print the working drawings for own use. If you send me a photograph with the result I put it on this site.

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