Walter Weldon was a chemist in London during the late 1800s.
He developed the Weldon Process to produce chlorine by boiling
hydrochloric acid with manganese dioxide.
Around 1888 he began to publish a series of books entitled
Weldon’s Practical Needlework.
Chemistry to needlework — Go figure?!
When designing a monogram for S.L.B, I knew exactly where to start—
This monogram was published by Weldon in 1893.
The 2010 Stitchfork version
Fresh, with a touch of history—good chemistry!
Wonder what Walter Weldon would think?