Crocheting Bedspreads | Edited by Rita Weiss

Crocheting Bedspreads | Edited by Rita Weiss

Paperback: 48 pages
Publisher: Dover Publications (1978)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0486236102
ISBN-13: 978-0486236100

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This book offers a wide selection of many of the most popular bedspread patterns ever created. Taken from the best instruction booklets published by well-known thread companies some thirty years ago, these are classic patterns for crocheting fine bedspreads, virtually impossible to find elsewhere.

Twenty-two "heirloom" patterns include Keepsake with blooms forming geometric patterns, Cockle Shells with scalloped borders, simple contemporary Past and Present, a diagonal popcorn pattern in Land o' Cotton, Sunflower, Fair and Square, Irish Melody, Maker of Dreams, Heritage, Traditional, Bed of Roses, Rhythm, Maker of Magic, Dawn o' Day, American Way, Nosegay, Coquette, Victoria Regina, Quick Work, Ballerina, Kimberly and Sutton Place. Each pattern has complete instructions and a photograph of the finished bedspread.

Anyone who enjoys crocheting will want this book. Since most of these bedspreads are made by crocheting small motifs and then joining them together, the parts can also be used to make scarves, doilies, purses, curtains, shawls, tablecloths and many other articles.

 

Patterns in this publication were selected from the following vintage publications:

Bedspreads
Bedspreads to Knit and Crochet
Bedspreads to Knit and Crochet
The Spool Cotton Co
Book 136
The Spool Cotton Co
Book 166
The Spool Cotton Co
Book 186
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Big Book of Favorite Crochet Patterns | Edited by Mary Carolyn Waldrep

Big Book of Favorite Crochet Patterns | Edited by Mary Carolyn Waldrep

Paperback: 96 pages
Publisher: Dover Publications (June 13, 2012)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0486263592
ISBN-13: 978-0486263595

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Here's a rich treasury of heirloom-quality designs crocheters at every level of expertise will find irresistible. Dozens of lovely patterns - all selected from hard-to-find thread company publications of the 1920s through the 50s - enable needlecrafters to recreate exquisite designs that enhanced domestic interiors decades ago.

Included are patterns for tablecloths: an airy Summer Snowflake, the beautiful Sunburst Splendor, an elegant Enchantress and a spectacular Florentine banquet cloth; placemats and luncheon sets (the delicate Summer Garden and the captivating Snow Crystal); a charming Land of Nod spread for a child's crib; an assortment of intricate, eye-catching doilies; a variety of edgings to complement pillowcases, napkins and other household items; and many more beautiful motifs.

Each pattern is accompanied by a complete list of necessary materials. Detailed row-by-row instructions guide beginning and advanced needleworkers through each step of the crocheting process.

 

Anne Orr's Filet Crochet Designs

Anne Orr's Filet Crochet Designs

Paperback: 48 pages
Publisher: Dover Publications (May 1986)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0486251039
ISBN-13: 978-0486251035

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Anne Orr's charming needlework designs have inspired craftspeople throughout America for decades. From 1919 to 1949, as needlework editor at Good Housekeeping, she was one of the leading figures in the textile arts and her designs are just as popular today as they were at the height of her influential career.

This impressive collection features over 50 elegant designs Mrs. Orr created for filet crochet - a popular technique perfect for embellishing pillows, doilies, bedspreads, placemats, and other household accessories. Reproduced directly from rare leaflets of the teens, twenties, and thirties, these easy-to-use black-and-white charts include a wide variety of lovely motifs: florals, mottoes, baskets, geometrics, and other patterns both sophisticated and simple. Ideal for a myriad of applications by a whole new generation of needleworkers, these classic designs are presented here complete with the original charts, as well as with photographs of many of the finished products.

 

42 Favorite Crochet Motifs | Edited by Mary Carolyn Waldrep

42 Favorite Crochet Motifs | Edited by Mary Carolyn Waldrep

Paperback: 48 pages
Publisher: Dover Publications (January 1992)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0486269566
ISBN-13: 978-0486269566

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The beautiful crochet designs in this collection were selected from rare, long-out-of-print thread company leaflets of the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, an era in which the art of crochet enjoyed enormous popularity in America. Now today's crocheters can choose from 42 of these popular motifs, ranging from intricate mesh squares to elegant snowflake medallions. Moreover, crocheters will find that, despite their elaborate beauty, the motifs in this book work up quickly and easily.

Row-by-row instructions and clearly detailed photographs take beginning and veteran crocheters through each step of the creative process. Perfect for adding a delicate accent to any interior setting, individual crocheted units can be combined to create exquisite home accessories: tablecloths, placemats, bedspreads, table scarves and more.

 

Patterns in this publication were selected from the following vintage publications:

Table Treasures | Book No. 152 | The Spool Cotton Company
Bedspreads to Knit and Crochet | Book No. 166 | The Spool Cotton Company
Star Book for the Home
Tablecloths for the Seasons | Book 57 | Lily Mills Company
Spool Cotton
Book 152
Spool Cotton
Book 166
Star / American Thread
Book 19
Lily Mills
Book 57
Star Book for the Home
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Motifs in Crochet
Tablecloths
Crocheted Bedspreads
Crochet House
Lily Mills
Book 68
Lily Mills
Book 400
Lily Mills
Book 900
Lily Mills
Book 1000
Motifs in Crochet
Tablecloths
Crocheted Bedspreads
Crochet House
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Portraits in Crochet
Doilies to Treasure
For Curtain Pulls, Luncheon Sets, Table Cloths, Chair Backs, Runners
For Crochet Cottons
Lily Mills
Book 1100
Lily Mills
Book 1600
Cynthia Mills
Book 50
Cynthia Mills
Book 51
Portraits in Crochet
Doilies to Treasure
For Curtain Pulls, Luncheon Sets, Table Cloths, Chair Backs, Runners
For Crochet Cottons
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Designs for Crochet
Hand Crochet for Royal Society
Chair Sets, Runners
Table Settings
Royal Society
Book 36
Royal Society
Book 4
Royal Society
Book 5
Royal Society
Book 6
Designs for Crochet
Hand Crochet for Royal Society
Chair Sets, Runners
Table Settings
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Pattern List

Fern Tablecloth
Pilot Wheel Motif
Garden Maze Motif
Whirling Wheel Motif
Sheel Motif
Grandmother's Garden Bedspread
Star-and-Mesh Table Scarf
Cobweb Lace Tablecloth
Fantasy Medallion
Square Dance Medallion
Bright Star Medallion
Rose Window Dresser Set
Malta Tablecloth
Dogwood Runner
X-Marks-the-Spot Luncheon Cloth
Etude Motif
Symphony Motif
Sonata Motif
Thistle Tablecloth
Daisy Chair Set
Snowflake Chair Set

Cluny Runner
Lace Valentine Bedspread
Blazing Star Supper Cloth
Gramercy Square Luncheon Set
Wheel of Fortune Tablecloth #7288
Variable Star Runner
Butterfly Bows Bedspread
Sunburst Runner
Prince Charming Bedspread
Daisy Hexagon
Checks-with-a-Delicate-Air Doily Set
Fair-and-Square Vanity Set
Spiral Wheel Medallion
Rhythm Medallion
Sunburst Medallion
Pineapple Popcorn Bedspread #6048
Melody Doily
Hospitality Tablecloth #8
Twinkle Star Bedspread
Fantasy Flower Doily
Tea Time Tray Mat

150 Favorite Crochet Designs | Edited by Mary Carolyn Waldrep

150 Favorite Crochet Designs | Edited by Mary Carolyn Waldrep

Paperback: 132 pages
Publisher: Dover Publications (May 12, 1995)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0486285723
ISBN-13: 978-0486285726

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This rich treasury of popular crochet designs, selected from vintage thread-company leaflets, includes 150 patterns favored by crocheters during the first half of the 20th century. Included are eye-catching designs for creating a host of attractive domestic accessories: tablecloths, bedspreads, doilies, edgings and other pieces. All designs are accompanied by a complete list of necessary materials, while detailed row-by-row instructions guide beginning and advanced needleworkers through each step of the crocheting process.

Choose from heirloom-quality patterns including lovely lace edgings that will bring a touch of glamour to table linen, bedcovers and the necklines of sweaters and blouses. You'll also find a simple yet elegant Main Line tablecloth, revealing a charming filet-crochet motif of floral and foliated designs, a splendid bedspread composed of dainty diamond- and octagon-shaped motifs and a wealth of other attractive patterns.

 

Crocheting Doilies | Edited by Rita Weiss

Crocheting Doilies | Edited by Rita Weiss

Paperback: 48 pages
Publisher: Dover Publications (1976)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 048623424X
ISBN-13: 978-0486234243

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Hand-crocheted doilies are back in fashion, and this book is a new collection of 38 of the best-known and most-admired doily patterns from the heyday of hand-crocheted doilies. Containing instructions for making many different kinds of sizes of doilies, luncheon sets, console sets, runners and centerpieces, this book offers a wide and varied selection of some of the most popular doily patterns ever created.

Choose from such beautiful "heirloom" pieces as the Tulip doily, Irish Crochet, Caprice, Rose Bowl, Jewel, Pine Cone, Bread Tray, Waltz Tune, Butterfly Wings, Star Wheel, Roman Candle, Mauna Loa, Sundial, Sweetheart Corsage, Day Dream, King's Ransom, Vanity Fair, Star of India, and Flower Tile; the Pineapple luncheon set, Water Lily, Snowflake, and Castles-in-the-Air; the Wigwam console set, Petal, Classic, and Hospitality; the Grapevine runner, Sunflower, and Queen of the Gardens; the Baroque and Hawaiian Delight centerpieces; and more. Each pattern has complete instructions, a photograph of the finished article, and indications for amount of yarn, crochet hook and gauge.

Many crocheters have never lost their interest in hand-crocheted doilies - they just couldn't find the patterns. With this book you can stop looking for patterns and start making beautiful doilies for your dining tables, end tables, sideboards, and dressers. Newcomers to the art of lace crochet will find these doily patterns an excellent place to begin and a wonderful vehicle for creative expression.

 

Patterns in this publication were selected from the following vintage publications:

Doilies, Luncheon Sets and Table Runners
Doilies
Old and New Favorites Doilies
New Pineapple Designs
The Spool Cotton Co
Book 118
The Spool Cotton Co
Book 163
The Spool Cotton Co
Book 217
The Spool Cotton Co
Book 230
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The Mallards | McCall's No. 1359

The Mallards | McCall's No. 1359

The Mallards
Pattern 1359
McCall's Pattern Company
Original Copyright 1947

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Mallards

Wild ducks in tangy marsh setting, worked in cross-stitch in brilliant autumn colors. A picture or wall hanging with the vividness of an oil pointing. Crosses 7 to the inch. Design 16 x 19¾" inches.

The popular, vivid mallards, so well known in the marshes and ponds from Nova Scotia to California, as well as in far-off Africa and India, are a colorful addition to any home. The brilliance and depth of color, and the realistic motion of the birds, combine to give the delightful feeling of a brisk October morning in the country.

MATERIALS REQUIRED: Six-strand cotton should be used for the work in the following amounts. One skein each of white, lt. grey, med. grey, bright green blue, bright med. blue, deep blue, bright yellow green, med. green, emerald green, lemon yellow, bright yellow, bright orange yellow, burnt orange, bright rose rust, deep rust, lt. gold, gold, rose, bright red, deep wine rose, 2 skeins each of black, med. brown and beige and 3 skeins of deep brown.

COLORS
D.M.C.
Bucilla
White
White
2003
Light Grey
318
2286
Medium Grey
414
2291
Black
Black
2001
Bright Blue Green
518
2582
Brigth Medium Blue
826
2445
Deep Blue
820
2452
Bright Yellow Green
907
2060
Medium Green
913
2242
Emerald Green
911
2244
Lemon Yellow
307
2574
Bright Yellow
444
2515
Bright Orange Yellow
741
2517
Burnt Orange
922
N/A
Bright Rose Rust
919
2459
Deep Rust
918
2462
Beige
738
2464
Light Gold
725
2535
Gold
783
2536
Medium Brown
435
2562
Deep Brown
801
2568
Rose
335
2430
Bright Red
666
2042
Deep Wine Rose
815
2016
Patterns: 

The Mallards Chart Pattern

The Mallards Chart Pattern

Pattern includes one transfer 16" x 19¾" for cross-stitch bird design, with crosses 7 to the inch. A chart for placing the colors is also included.

The popular, vivid mallards, so well known in the marshes and ponds from Nova Scotia to California, as well as in far-off Africa and India, are a colorful addition to any home. The brilliance and depth of color, and the realistic motion of the birds, combine to give the delightful feeling of a brisk October morning in the country.

MATERIALS REQUIRED: Six-strand cotton should be used for the work in the following amounts. One skein each of white, lt. grey, med. grey, bright green blue, bright med. blue, deep blue, bright yellow green, med. green, emerald green, lemon yellow, bright yellow, bright orange yellow, burnt orange, bright rose rust, deep rust, lt. gold, gold, rose, bright red, deep wine rose, 2 skeins each of black, med. brown and beige and 3 skeins of deep brown.

BACKGROUND MATERIAL: Unbleached muslin, smooth linen, medium-weight smooth linen-like cotton, are suggested materials. The background may be cream, natural or white. Use a piece of material 22 x 25¾ inches, or larger, if desired. See framing directions below. The design is also suitable for a wall hanging.

CROSS-STITCH: Follow the chart in pattern for placing the colors and use six strands of cotton in the needle for the work. It is very important when working cross-stitch to have the crosses of the entire piece cross in the same direction. A cross is made of an under stitch and an over stitch; all the under stitches must be worked in one direction and all the over stitches must cross them in the opposite direction. Whether one starts at the left and works right, as illustrated in detail 1, or whether one starts at the right and works left is optional. However, all the rows should be worked to the right or left throughout the entire piece. Keep the stitches as even as possible. Be sure to make all the crosses touch, as shown in detail 2. To do this, put the needle in the same hole as used for the adjoining stitch.

SUGGESTION FOR FRAMING: This lovely bird design when worked in cross-stitch is about 16 x 19¾ inches. You may allow a two-inch margin around the piece when framing; or from 2½ to 3 inches, as desired. The frame should blend with the shades in the picture or it may be dark brown or mahogany. When using a rectangular frame, the frame should be 2, 2½ or 3 inches wide.

Before framing, the embroidered piece should be stretched over a stiff piece of cardboard, cut the exact size of the frame. In stretching material, be sure to keep the design perfectly straight. Pins driven through the material and into the edge of the cardboard will be helpful in keeping the material straight and tight. The edges of the material may be pasted down on the wrong side of the cardboard, or the edges of material caught together with long zigzag stitches to hold the embroidery in place.


The Mallards Chart Pattern
The Mallards Chart Pattern
The Mallards Chart Pattern

The Pheasants Chart Pattern

The Pheasants Chart Pattern

Pattern includes pattern, 16 x 19¾ inches, for cross-stitch bird design, with crosses 7 to the inch. A chart for placing the colors is also included.

The beautiful Chinese Ring-necked Pheasants, now so often seen adding brilliance to our countryside, were introduced into this country in the 19th century This design is suggestive of the large bird prints so much in demand for homes of today—a woodsy scene the man of the house is sure to appreciate and enjoy. Worked in cross-stitch the richness of the coloring brings the Pheasants to life, stitch by stitch.

MATERIALS REQUIRED—Six-strand cotton should be used for the work in the following colors and amounts. One skein each of white, lt. grey, beige, lt. gold, med. brown, bright yellow, bright orange yellow, burnt orange, bright rose rust, bright yellow green, med. green, emerald green, bright blue green, peacock blue, bright med. blue, deep blue, bright salmon, bright red, dk. red, rose, deep wine rose and two skeins each of med. grey, black, gold, deep brown and deep rust.

BACKGROUND MATERIAL—Unbleached muslin, smooth linen, medium-weight smooth linen-like cotton, are suggested materials. The background may be cream, natural or white. Use a piece of material 22 x 25¾ inches, or larger, if desired. See framing directions below. The design is also suitable for a wall hanging.

CROSS-STITCH —Follow the chart in pattern for placing the colors and use six strands of cotton in the needle for the work. It is very important when working cross-stitch to have the crosses of the entire piece cross in the same direction. A cross is made of an under stitch and an over stitch; all the under stitches must be worked in one direction and all the over stitches must cross them in the opposite direction. Whether one starts at the left and works right, or whether one starts at the right and works left is optional. However, all the rows should be worked to the right or left throughout the entire piece. Keep the stitches as even as possible. Be sure to make all crosses touch. To do this, put the needle in the same hole as used for the adjoining stitch.

SUGGESTIONS FOR FRAMING—This lovely bird picture when worked in cross-stitch is 16 x 19¾ inches. You may allow a two-inch background margin around the piece when framing, or from 2½ to 3 inches, as desired. The frame should blend with the shades in the picture or it may be dark brown or mahogany. When using a rectangular frame, the frame should be 2, 2½ or 3 inches wide.

Before framing, the embroidered piece should be stretched over a stiff piece of cardboard, cut the exact size of the frame. In stretching material, be sure to keep the design perfectly straight. Pins driven through the material and into the edge of the cardboard will be helpful in keeping the material straight and tight. The edges of the material may be pasted down on the wrong side of the cardboard, or the edges of material caught together with long zigzag stitches to hold the embroidery in place.


The Pheasants Chart Pattern
The Pheasants Chart Pattern
The Pheasants Color Key

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Leaflets 29 through 99

Fashions Crochet and Knittnig
Your Home and Its Decoration
The Book of Bedspreads
Crochet Designs for the Hostess
The Spool Cotton Co
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The Spool Cotton Co
Book 30
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Book 32
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Book 68
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Book 88
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Cotton Fashions
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Gifts to Crochet and Knit
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Book 93
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Book 100
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Book 101
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Book 102
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Wool Accessories
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News in Cotton Fashions
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Book 116
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Book 117
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Book 118
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Crochet For Young America
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100 Useful Edgings
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Book 132
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Book 133
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Crochet Ideas for Every Occasion
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Glamour Accessories of Cotton Crochet
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Crochet Lacy Pickups
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Woolies for Babies
Knit for Victory
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Laces and Edgings
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Leaflets 200 through 297

Doilies
Victory Barnyard
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Old and New Favorites
Fascinating Toppers
Smart Bags
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Crochet Your Gifts
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Bags
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New Pineapple Designs
Bedspreads
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Doilies
Rugs
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Pineapples on Parade
Pot Holders
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Socks for Men and Women
Pineapple Pageant
Ruffled Doilies
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Ideas for Gifts
Floral Doilies
Fine Crochet and Tatting
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Crinoline Lady in Crochet
Floral Insertions and Floral Edgings
Pillow Cases Decorative Crochet
Bathroom Beauties
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Pineapple Fan-Fair
Quick Tricks in Crochet
Newest in Floral Doilies
Old and New Favorites
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Butterflies in Crochet
Pot Holders & Hot Platter Mats
Money Makers for Your Bazaar
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New Ideas in Doilies
Dolls of the Americas
Old and New Favorites
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The Pick of the Pineapples
Edgings For All Purposes
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Book 288
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Everyone Wears Sweaters
Presenting Dolls from Old American Songs
Pot Holders For Kitchen Pick-Me-Ups
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Tartans
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