Anyway, here on cardboard it's fixed itself, won't peel off and so produces a useful stamp / relief block.
The rubbings in 5.4 show that a constant line is not produced but I like that incomplete look to the patterns.
The rubbings are made using pastels or wax crayons on tissue paper or thin paper bags.
The sample piece includes normal chain stitch, open chain stitch, back stitch, buttonhole stitch, normal herringbone and Indian (double) herringbone stitch, roman stitch over laidwork and couching in addition to shisha stitch around the mirrors. Not so sure I like the colour scheme but it's true to the original.