An offering of three stenciled cloth doily patterns for completing Battenburg tape lace making. Battenburg was a very popular form of lace making, from the late Victorian era into the early part of the 20th century. This type of cloth patterns were readily available for purchase through mail order needlework catalogs or magazines of the day. Along with the stamped patterns, the tapes to make the lace were included or could be purchased separately.
All three sold as a lot, including the tape lace trim.
If you are looking for tape lace trim, I do have other available which can be purchased here on the site. All is old and all unused.