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A lace pattern from the Sarah E. Goodwin Needlework Patterns, 1860-1903(?).
A fold-out chart from The Compleat Jane Grabhorn: A Hodge-podge of Typographic Ephemera, Three Complete Books, Broadsides, Invitations, Greetings, Place Cards, etc., etc. by Jane Grabhorn. San Francisco: Grabhorn-Hoyem, 1968. © Jane Grabhorn
A page from Mother Goose, or, The Old Nursery Rhymes, illustrated by Kate Greenaway. London; New York: Frederick Warne and Co. Ltd, ca. 1880s.
  A lace pattern from the Sarah E. Goodwin Needlework Patterns, 1860-1903(?).  
  A fold-out chart from The Compleat Jane Grabhorn: A Hodge-podge of Typographic Ephemera, Three Complete Books, Broadsides, Invitations, Greetings, Place Cards, etc., etc. by Jane Grabhorn. San Francisco: Grabhorn-Hoyem, 1968. © Jane Grabhorn  
  A page from Mother Goose, or, The Old Nursery Rhymes, illustrated by Kate Greenaway. London; New York: Frederick Warne and Co. Ltd, ca. 1880s.  
A program from the cabaret La Nouvelle Eve. Paris, ca. 1953.
Stitchwitchery by erin. Issue #2, n.d. From the Ailecia Ruscin Zine Collection, 1994-2001 and n.d.
“Women Aren’t Chicks” poster by the Women’s Graphic Collective. From the Atlanta Lesbian Feminist Alliance Archives, 1972-1994. © Women’s Graphic Collective
  A program from the cabaret La Nouvelle Eve. Paris, ca. 1953.  
  Stitchwitchery by erin. Issue #2, n.d. From the Ailecia Ruscin Zine Collection, 1994-2001 and n.d.  
  “Women Aren’t Chicks” poster by the Women’s Graphic Collective. From the Atlanta Lesbian Feminist Alliance Archives, 1972-1994. © Women’s Graphic Collective  
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