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1. Roses in Filet Crochet Pattern
Roses in Filet Crochet Pattern
The border, with turned corner, and the wide stripe of matching design may be arranged in different ways to furnish the trim for an entire set of bedroom-linens. First, the bedspread, the strips alternating with strips of linen or scrim; repeat the design to length required before finishing with ...
Arts & Design - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 06:01:08
2. Free Crochet Afghan Patterns
Free Crochet Afghan Patterns
Everyone can explore the fun of making crochet afghan patterns! You can make baby blankets, throws, lapghans or full size afghans - whatever your heart desires and your imagination can dream up. Surveys show that crocheters make more afghans than any other type of project and everyone knows that...
Arts & Design - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 06:03:38
3. Free Potholder Patterns
Free Potholder Patterns
Kitchen essentials bring color to your kitchen with these useful and attractive pot holders and hot platter mats made from potholder patterns. Crochet them in the colors specified with each direction or choose from the wide selection of colors available. Fun and easy to make crochet potholders a...
Arts & Design - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 06:03:47
4. Free Doll Clothes Patterns
Free Doll Clothes Patterns
Fun and fabulous doll clothes patterns from your favorite nursery rhymes and fairy tales. Also included are patterns for an entire wedding party, from the bride, to the bridesgroom to the bridesmaids. Making these dolls in the romantic costumes of many nations is a fascinating pastime that you w...
Arts & Design - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 06:03:51
5. Two Baby Jacket Crochet Patterns
Two Baby Jacket Crochet Patterns
These baby jacket patterns were originally published in April 1925 in The Needlecraft Magazine. Baby Jacket, No. 1. Materials required are two and one-half ounces of white Shetland floss, a small quantity of white artificial silk for edging, and a medium-sized celluloid crochet- hook.
Arts & Design - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 06:06:22
6. Free Crochet Patterns
Free Crochet Patterns
FreeVintageCrochet.com Following are some interesting crochet stitches described in some of our vintage publications. Looking for something new and exciting for your next design? Try these unusual crochet stitches and incorporate them into your next creation.
Arts & Design - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 06:03:41
7. Spanish Moss
Length to several feet. Commonly found hanging in irregular masses from branches of trees, telephone wires or other high supports. Stems slender, hoary and gray. Leaves scattered, 1-3-inch long, narrow, thread-like. Both leaves and stems are flexible and wave freely in the wind. Roots are attac...
How-To & Education - Thu, 22 Dec 2011 05:41:12
8. American Bittersweet
Climbing or twining vine, with length to 30 feet or more. Twigs woody, yellowish green to brown, frequently winter-killing at the tips. Leaves alternate, more or less 2-ranked, to 4 inches long and to 2 inches wide, smooth on both sides, with petioles to inch long and margins obscurely uneven o...
How-To & Education - Wed, 21 Dec 2011 18:40:57
9. Common Club Moss
Stems run along just beneath the surface of the ground, or at the surface, branching freely and growing to great lengths, rooting at intervals and in older portions becoming buried under accumulated trash. Usual height to about 10 inches. Leaves crowded, about inch long, bristle-tipped, silver...
How-To & Education - Tue, 20 Dec 2011 01:20:51
10. Suicide Prevention
My family was forever changed on the morning of November 20, 2009. My dad, who had been diagnosed with clinical depression several years before, took his own life. Sadly, I soon found out that I was not alone. In the United States alone, more than half a million people attempt suicide every year...
healthy-living - Tue, 08 Feb 2011 16:27:07
11. Dainty Bonnet for Baby Design in Irish Crochet
This bonnet design in Irish crochet was originally published in February 1928 in The Needlecraft Magazine. For the bonnet illustrated No. 100 crochet-cotton was used, with No. 14 crochet hook; as has been frequently suggested, however, a worker should choose the size best suited to her methods, ...
arts-and-design - Mon, 07 Mar 2011 02:51:22
12. Blouse Knitted Pattern
This blouse pattern was originally published in July 1934 in Needlecraft The Home Arts Magazine. Among the perfectly good reasons why this is the very "knitting-est" season that we have ever known is the fact that models are so absolutely smart that they are just about irresistible, also that wo...
arts-and-design - Tue, 15 Feb 2011 20:18:32
13. Jaunty Crochet Cap Pattern
This jaunty crochet cap pattern was originally published in April 1925 in The Needlecraft Magazine. These little caps are especially nice for spring wear, before the weather becomes so warm that the shade of a hat is needed. They may be crocheted of perle cotton, No. 3, of crochet-silk or twist,...
arts-and-design - Sat, 12 Feb 2011 22:30:11
14. Knitted Sleeveless Sweater Pattern
The Knitted Sleeveless Sweater was originally published in April 1925 in The Needlecraft Magazine. Materials required are four balls of fourfold natural camel's-hair yarn, one ball of seal-brown, and one pair each of No. 5 and No. 3 needles. This sweater is size fourteen to sixteen years, but m...
arts-and-design - Mon, 07 Feb 2011 22:29:55
15. Free Knitting Patterns
There are literally thousands upon thousands of free knitting patterns that are no longer available simply because they were published many years ago and are now out of print. Fortunately, the Internet gives us the opportunity to share these fun, exciting and long lost designs for everyone to enj...
arts-and-design - Sun, 30 Jan 2011 02:41:30
16. Easy Crochet Baby Afghan Pattern
This baby afghan pattern was originally published in September 1927 in The Needlecraft Magazine. Very easy to make! Perfect for a beginner crocheter to make a pretty baby blanket. Materials required are eight balls of fourfold Germantown, pink (or blue, as preferred), three balls of white silk-a...
arts-and-design - Mon, 07 Feb 2011 14:56:06
17. Angel's Trumpet
Brugmansia and Datura are flowering plants commonly called Angel's Trumpet. They are a close relative of the odorous jiinson weed and frequenter of rubbish heaps. Early admired about 1895 by an orchid collector of the U. S. Nursery Company, who found it in South America, the species was introduce...
home-and-garden - Thu, 15 Dec 2011 17:45:56
18. How to Grow Indoor Plants
We can all grow flowers and vegetables in summer, but did you know that it is easy to raise your own plants indoors in the winter months? Try it! Most of these plants can be grown from vegetables or from seeds that you might already have at home. After you have started one plant, start several m...
home-and-garden - Tue, 13 Dec 2011 08:12:56
19. The First Airmail
The first airmail ever sent by plane in this country traveled only a distance of ten miles. Earle L. Ovington, a young pilot, who was sworn in as a special letter carrier for the flight, took a sack with hundreds of letters from Nassau Boulevard, Long Island, in New York, to Mineola. The flyer ha...
How-To & Education - Mon, 12 Dec 2011 06:58:19
20. Feed the Birds
Have you ever fed the pigeons in the park? If you have, you'll remember it was fun. Now you can have as much fun every day if you build a bird feeding station in your own back yard! Bird feeding is a rewarding hobby because it saves the lives of thousands of birds each winter. It is easy to attr...
How-To & Education - Tue, 06 Dec 2011 22:52:28
21. Ursa Major Constellation
You know that there are bears in a zoo, but do you know about a bear in the sky? It seems that many years ago, just as we look for faces in clouds, people looked for pictures made by the stars. There was one picture that people of a great many nations saw, whether they lived in the far away East,...
How-To & Education - Tue, 06 Dec 2011 20:33:55
22. Facts about Christopher Columbus
When some discovery proves useful to mankind, people want to know who made the discovery. And the easiest way of answering a question like this is to point out one or two persons who took final steps in the accomplishment. We like to read about the deeds of such leaders, and our history books te...
culture-and-society - Tue, 06 Dec 2011 17:04:47
23. Knitted Tennis Sock Pattern
The tennis socks pattern was originally published in November 1925 in The Needlecraft Magazine. MATERIALS required. - Use four ounces of lightweight knitting wool, and four steel knitting needles, No. 14. The work should measure 9 stitches to the inch.
arts-and-design - Sun, 30 Oct 2011 20:47:35
24. Ruben Studdard
Ruben Studdard is an American R&B, pop, and gospel singer. He rose to fame as winner of the second season of American Idol. He received a Grammy Award nomination in December 2003 for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for "Superstar." Studdard, who was born in Frankfurt, Germany while his American ...
Music - Mon, 24 Oct 2011 04:14:25
25. American Idol
American Idol is a reality television singing competition created by Simon Fuller which began airing on Fox on June 11, 2002. It is a spin-off of the UK version, Pop Idol. The concept of the series is to find new solo recording artists where the winner is determined by the viewers, and has since ...
Entertainment - Fri, 21 Oct 2011 22:14:17
26. Kelly Clarkson
Kelly Clarkson is an American pop rock singer-songwriter and actress. Clarkson came into prominence after becoming the original winner of the inaugural season of the television series American Idol in 2002 and would later become the runner-up in the television special World Idol in 2003. Clarkso...
Music - Fri, 21 Oct 2011 02:18:24
27. Dainty Bonnet for Baby Featuring Flower Medallions
Vintage baby bonnets are always so much fun to try to make. This bonnet featuring flower medallions was originally published in February 1928 in The Needlecraft Magazine. Using No. 70 crochet-thread, begin at center of crown with a chain of 6 stitches, join.
arts-and-design - Mon, 07 Mar 2011 02:32:13
28. Men's Golf Stocking Knitted Socks Pattern
The golf stocking socks pattern was originally published in November 1925 in The Needlecraft Magazine. MATERIALS required.One pound of knitting yarn and 4 steel knitting needles, No. 14. The knitting should measure 8 stitches to the inch.
arts-and-design - Mon, 07 Mar 2011 00:42:45
29. Exquisite Laces in Crochet Pattern
These doily patterns were originally published in July 1934 in Needlecraft The Home Arts Magazine. Somewhat suggestive of an old-time knitted design, these lovely matching doilies are especially pleasing for the dining room. The centerpiece is twenty-four inches across, the doilies fourteen and ...
arts-and-design - Tue, 15 Feb 2011 20:14:19
30. Edgings in Cluny Tatting Patterns
The Edgings in Cluny Tatting patterns were originally published in March 1934 in Needlecraft The Home Arts Magazine. Cluny tatting is so named because it features the woven petals characteristic of the real Cluny lace. These are not difficult to make, although a little practice is needed in orde...
arts-and-design - Sat, 12 Feb 2011 23:58:46
31. Rowdy Crochet Toy Dog Pattern
Rowdy, the crochet dog pattern was originally published in March 1934 in Needlecraft The Home Arts Magazine. The little people are sure to adore Rowdy. He possesses all the reliable qualities which go to make up a good playfellow; he is as lifelike as possible, in fact a certain small dog was of...
arts-and-design - Sat, 12 Feb 2011 23:57:49
32. Keeping Pygmy Goats As Pets
Whether you are a farmer with many acres of land or just a small land owner, if you're looking for an easy, fun and hardy pet for your yard, consider the pygmy goat. They make great pets! First found in Africa and originally known as Cameroon dwarf goats, they were imported into the United State...
pets-and-animals - Wed, 09 Feb 2011 02:37:23

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