The pattern can scarcely be too sizn- PArAl, and it should in all cases consist of flat ornament. ... It was a fashion some time since to make wall-papers in imitation of woven fabrics, and this fashion has not wholly disappeared yet, absurd though it be. ... A pattern which is suitable for a woven fabric is rarely suitable to a printed fabric, and especially when the one pattern is to be seen in folds on a movinganbsp;...
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