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Crocheted Lace

Crocheted Lace

Two crocheted-lace patterns from a Victorian-era English publication

Crochet One of Evdokia's Edgings
by Nancy Nehring

This edging, taken from one of the swatches that Evdokia Sarecheff Yakovleff Gunn created for the Chinese textile company, is worked in lacet crochet, a technique popular in the 1920s and 1930s that is closely related to filet crochet. To learn more about Evdokia's amazing life, see the March/April 2004 issue. Web-Exclusive Project.

Crochet Swan Centers pattern offered by Twilley of Stamford in the January/February 2000 issue

This amazing crocheted swan centerpiece first appeared in the By Post department in the November/December 1999 issue. After many responses, the pattern, which was originally published by Twilley of Stamford, England, was offered in the January/February 2000 issue. Web-Exclusive Project.


Crochet Wheel Lace from the Glasgo Twilled Lace Thread Book No. 2 (November/December 1999)

This patterned was offered to readers following Nancie Wiseman's Personal Passion article about her grandmother. Nancie found this pattern in the back cover of her grandmother's photo album. Web-Exclusive Project.

Holiday Bells in Filet Crochet

This project, originally designed to be inserted in the end of a scarf, is from the November 1926 issue of Needlecraft Magazine.The delicate bells will bring lots of holiday cheer. Web-Exclusive Project.

Seven-Point Doily to Crochet (149 KB) designed by Mary Card, and adapted and crocheted by Barbara Ballantyne

The filet crochet doily is pictured on page 55 of the January/February 2001 issue. To learn more about Mary Card, see the January/February 2001 and May/June 2001 issues.


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