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Spirit Of St. Louis Lace Panel Filet Crochet Pattern

RRP $13.99

Every enthusiastic crocheter will be glad to see this wonderfully good representation of "our Lindy's" flying partner, originally designed in 1927 by Mrs. F.A. Wright. It may be used as a pillowtop, panel, chair-back, or as one may desire. In finer thread, framed under glass as a tray or coaster, it will prove interesting as well as attractive. In yarn, it will make a nice light afghan. This is not your usual scanned vintage crochet pattern. To make this pattern great for today's crocheter I wrote complete instructions, expanded the written instructions so you won't need to skip around, and made an easy to follow chart. I also changed the written instructions to use modern US crochet terms. The only stitches you need to know to complete this lace are: chain stitch, single crochet, and double crochet.

Crochet Mandala

RRP $15.99

Crochet Mandala: 12 Most Gorgeous Patterns With Easy Instructions Crochet Mandala will be a great way to decorate your house. Use these patterns and crochet them within a few minutes. You can make rug, blanket, purse and bags with these trends. These are really beautiful and perfect for everyone to design their mandala. This book has beautiful patterns for everyone to create their crafts. In your leisure time, you can use these patterns and get rid of tension in your life. These patterns are easy to follow, and you are free to change their size. In this book, you will get:

  • Colorful mandala
  • Flower mandala
  • Mandala bag
  • Mandala blanket
  • Mandala Rug
Download this book and try all these patterns easily. You can use them in your house or send as a gift to your friends and family members. Download your E book "Crochet Mandala: 12 Most Gorgeous Patterns With Easy Instructions" by scrolling up and clicking "Buy Now with 1-Click" button!

Knitting & Crochet

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Every generation rediscovers the satisfaction of making things by hand and there is particular pleasure to be had from creating unique clothes and accessories for your family or in knitting for a charity.

Knitting is one of the world’s most popular crafts and not at all difficult to learn, together with its close relation, crochet. Both construct a fabric from interlocking loops of yarn rather than woven threads on a loom. The great advantage of knitting and crochet is that you can carry your work anywhere you go. And the fabric takes shape as you progress – no paper patterns or cutting out – all you have to do at the end is seam the pieces together.

Of course there are certain methods and techniques that a knitter needs to master before his or her creativity can really take flight. This book has been prepared with beginners in mind. The basics of knitting are here, with step-by-step illustrations to guide you, plus sections on equipment, how to read printed patterns, four simple projects and a glossary. The book also aims to be useful to those who first learned to knit as children and would like some quick revision in order to get started again. The terminology used throughout is UK-standard, together with the relevant US terms alongside in square brackets [ ] to make this a practical guide for all readers.

European knitting developed into a marketable skill, recognized by the setting up of professional knitting guilds. The only women admitted to these medieval guilds were widows who inherited their husbands’ membership. It’s interesting to note that knitting in the old days seems to have been a male occupation, while women were involved at the start of the process with carding and spinning the yarn fibres.

When the machinery of the Industrial Revolution replaced handworkers, hand knitting survived as a cottage industry and was the sole means of support for many poor families. During both World Wars people of all ages answered the call to Knit for Victory and produced thousands of socks, gloves, mufflers and sweaters for the troops. Whether for a livelihood, charity or leisure activity, knitting continues to provide clothes, toys and items for the home, and it all starts with one ball of yarn and a pair of knitting needles.


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