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Christine Duchrow, Part 1
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Attention lace knitters, are you besotted with doilies? Me too! This is a collection of 12 patterns from which you can knit 18 doilies.45 pages. Review or download the preview to see photos of... More > all. These doilies were designed at the turn of the 20th century by Christine Duchrow. If you've seen these patterns in facsimile, you know translating the esoteric symbols and German text is not for the faint-hearted. Included are modern charted patterns in English with corrections. Not Only Patterns Included are sections for the novice doily knitter, the novice chart reader, ideas for using your beautiful creations, and advice on charting those old error ridden text patterns.< Less
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“Keepsakes” was inspired by the masses of foliage that blanketed the New Orleans landscape in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Struck by the natural patterns of vines and how they... More > decorated the surfaces of the city, Mary Jane Parker began photographing, drawing and cutting stencils of them. In “Keepsakes,” faces of anonymous people are grouped with prints of pressed plants and heirloom doilies. Photographs, once records of people of importance, become obscured by other items of more importance slid down into the same frame. Reasons for keeping a piece of lace or a pressed flower are forgotten and what is left is a collage of pattern. This current body of work is a lush, yet slightly uneasy collision of patterns, mementos, nature and the disquiet of suppressed memories.< Less
Wool Knitting & Crochet
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This book is equally appreciated by beginner or expert. It contains most valuable information and instructions for everyone who crochets or wishes to learn to do this beautiful work. It embodies a... More > very careful selection of designs; and, from the simplest to the most ornate, every successive step is explained and illustrated so fully that perfect results are a certainty. It describes the making of the newest designs for the ever popular use of crochet and gives instructions and patterns for Edgings, Borders, Scarf-Ends, Insertions, Yokes, Lunch-Sets, Doilies, etc. The first thing to be done in knitting is to cast on or, as it is sometimes called, to "set up the foundation." (Figure 1). There are several methods for this, the following being that preferred and generally used by the writer: Leave a spare end of thread, sufficient for the number of stitches you wish to cast on, lying toward the left, the spool or ball from which the working-thread is drawn being at the right.< Less
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