The first of these booklets above - in spite of the wording on the front cover - is a delightful Swedish publication. It is all in colour.
There is a mixture of cross stitch patterns
and stem stich patterns all for working on linen.
The Cartier-Bresson family is probably more better known outside Europe for the famous photographer, Henri Cartier-Bresson. However, his father was a wealthy textile manufacturer, whose Cartier-Bresson thread was a staple of French sewing kits.
And as a complement to the threads, there were also pattern books
and here you can see one delightful example.
No puntos for guessing the origin of the old booklet above - it is obviously Italian
it is all cross stitch and includes a mix of geometric, figurative
and alphabetical motifs and patterns.
Then there is a DMC booklet of Scandinavian Cross-Stitch
and it, too, contains a mixture of figurative, geometric and alphabetical motifs.
Last but not least is this handbook of Needlework Tapestry produced by Weldons.
All 5 booklets are softback each with between 18-22 pattern pages.