Here are two vintage large stamped patterns for punch needle embroidery made by Barker Products of Cooperstown, NY. I think that these are from the 1930s and were intended to be made up using a punch needle that would use yarn. Most punch needle projects today are accomplished with embroidery floss, but during the 30s and 40s punch needle projects were often made with wool yarn that would have produced lovely large loops. These designs are large: about 17" square.
There are two designs here: an adorable dog with a good luck horseshoe and a design featuring birds and flowers. These could be completed in yarn punch needle, but they could also be adapted to to be an applique using wool fabric cut to fit the parts of the design. I think that the design that is stamped on the fabric would come off if laundered. The fabric appears to be a thin cotton of a loose weave. Used as they were intended or recreated, these are very fun designs that would make up into beautiful pillows or a stunning new creation!