Pattern card

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A set of samples on a card
(Weaving) One of the perforated cards in a Jacquard apparatus.

See also: Pattern, Pattern

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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O'Neill and others on the committee were keen that Aston Hall itself should become "the great pattern card of all our artistic and manufacturing skill, a perpetual exhibition of the works of our manufacturers and artists".
I suggest using a pattern card so you can replicate your desired cresting in the same location with the same-colors every time.
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Mary, while more feminine, was never intended to be a pattern card of a simpering miss.