Teeny tiny Assisi samples for show-and-tell in my Assisi class. (Mistress Arlys o Gordon, Rivers Region)

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“St. George and the Dragon.” Inspired by Sibmacher’s Modelbuch, Plate LI (1527) and interpreted as Assisi work. (Mistress Arlys o Gordon, Rivers Region)

“St. George and the Dragon.” Inspired by the pattern given in Sibmacher’s Modelbuch, Plate LI (1527) and interpreted as Assisi work. That meant turning the photo-positive pattern into a photo-negative. DMC cotton on Aida. (Mistress Arlys o Gordon, Rivers Region)

“Dragon Puppies” from Opera Nova Universali, 1546, pg 33, interpreted as Assisi work. (Mistress Arlys o Gordon, Rivers Region) b) the pattern interpreted as Assisi work
Entry: “Dragon Puppies” from Opera Nova Universali, 1546, pg 33, interpreted as Assisi work. (Mistress Arlys o Gordon, Rivers Region) a) the original pattern

Entry: “Dragon Puppies” from Opera Nova Universali, 1546, pg 33, interpreted as Assisi work. This required that the photo-positive pattern be turned into photo-negative. These playful little guys needed some stuff to romp in, so I gave them a leafy blackwork border. DMC Cotton on Aida. (Mistress Arlys o Gordon, Rivers Region)

a) the original pattern

b) the pattern interpreted as Assisi work

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