Beautiful bedspread motifs, filet patterns, baby blankets, leaf and Irish Crochet patterns, cobweb and spider patterns.
Exactly as the title promises: Beautiful embellishment of nearly every item of the household linen. Donated by Charles Kite, from the collection of his grandmother Folva Miller. Edited by Sytske Wijnsma. Very early crochet publication, colorful Victorian patterns for tapestry and filet crochet sofa pillows, table covers, borders, coverlets, bags, slippers, shawls. Crochet pattern for triangle-shaped pineapple design chair back with matching armrest protectors.
Prose instructions, clear detail photograph. Crochet pattern for square motif with center pinwheel.
Multiples can be joined to make table linens. German language collection of classic cross-stitch designs, many drawn from museum examples. Use of multiple colors is shown in gray scale. Floral and geometric folk borders some with corners , insertions, and stand-alone motifs, edgings, vertical embellishments, all-over designs.
Presented as drawings, not as charts, but clear enough to stitch from. All designs with the theme of Calla lilies. Pages 14 15 and back cover damaged. Crochet book about table cloths, placemats and such. Crochet leaflet from the fifties, with placemats, doilies, chair mats, and even an apron. Lily Book 42 Items of beauty and lasting quality Illustrated Various crochet items, baby clothes, purses, trim, table runners and tablecloths, doilies, placemats, an apron, and even a pincushion.
Lily Design book no. Patterns for multicolor doilies, chair protectors antimacassars , and other small covers. One charted filet crochet project. Two heavy multicolor placemats; buffet table top, hairpin crochet placemats. Instructions in prose, American notation. Very s in style. Some interesting knitting stitches; the embroidery section, particularly the discussion of color taste of the time, is very good. More embroidery instructions, including smocking, eyelet and netting.
Stunning patterns and plates for fruit, flowers, birds, dolphins, butterflies, fish, for doilies, bags, including a woven bag, crocheted tango girdle, and tatted cushion top and bags. Detailed embroidery stitch instructions, exquisite color plates.
Leaves, flowers, borders, fruit, fish, birds, animals, doilies, baby items, collars, cuffs, bags, and crocheted ties, suspenders and bedroom slippers. Fashions, crochet, tatting, glass painting, etiquette, wax flowers. A small monthly publication, also featuring the first chapter of the wonderful story of Peter the Schlemil, who sold his shadow to the Devil.
Charted patterns in two colors for monogram and marking alphabets.
Includes serif and script, plus some examples of two-letter monograms. Suitable for cross-stitch, needlepoint. Engraved illustrations of crochet edgings and squares. Detailed enough for advanced crocheters to use as patterns. Directions for a cloverleaf border with Clones knots, provided to fit three doily sizes. Mostly in black-and-white, photos and pattern descriptions of crocheted table linen.
Patterns have a name and a number. Most are small elements joined to form the tablecloth, but some are really large filet patterns. Mee, 41, Milsom Street. Crochet leaflet, 12 crocheted edge patterns. Historical craft articles, embroidery, fiction by Eleanor H. Porter, knitting, bobbin lace, netting, quilting, crochet, fashion, recipes, housekeeping tips, paper crafts for children. Explanations for the crochet stitches and terminology used in Needlecraft magazine.
Colored plates of simple floral, garden, alphabet and border block patterns, with suggestions for materials and use. Simple flowers, wreaths, sprays and borders, with discussion of their use. Last plate in collection animals is missing. Four charted alphabets intended for cross-stitch. Two are very large and ornate, two smaller. Four charted patterns for ornate, embellished monogram alphabets.
Suitable for cross stitch, filet darned net or filet crochet. Rupp, edited Judith Adele. Includes borders, nursery motifs, alphabets for monograms, names, and samplers; devitional motifs; children at play, soldiers and an airplane, and traditional folk motifs. Albums pour Ouvrages au Crochet No.
Scans donated by Adrienne Kattke, edited by Adrienne Kattke. Crochet instructions from famous designer, Anne Orr. Corticelli  Lessons in Crochet Book No.
Illustration plates no instructions for lace edgings, squares, doilies. The plates are clear enough that experienced crocheters will be able to figure out the stitch patterns.
It's a great crochet pattern because it has the classic circular design of a doily but it uses techniques from filet crochet to create a beautiful repeating heart pattern that makes the piece really special. The instructions are sketchy; this is for the advanced crocheter. If you enjoy doilies, check out these free crochet doily patterns. Please direct questions and remarks to info at newmediaarts dot org. Peppermint Stick Refreshment Set.
Filet portiere, Cluny-type door panels, edgings for table and bed linens, crochet ball holders, doilies, medallions, fitted vest. Needlecraft Publishing, , 26 pgs [some advertising pages omitted]. Wartime era patterns, baking recipes, and general needlework advice: Edgings and corners in crochet and filet crochet. Mostly for tablecloths, runners, tray mats. Also two crocheted edges for handkerchiefs.
A Mary Card filet crochet pattern for the Statue of Liberty, embroidery, tatting , knitting, crochet, recipes.
See excerpts in this catalogue in OCR format. Crochet pattern for round doily with a center star. Large and small doily described. Prose instructions, clear detail photograph, US terms. Crochet pattern for round doily with a leaf motif, worked in two colors. Leaves are made individually then sewn together.