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If I'm still writing coherently at the age of 91, a medical miracle will have happened Please check out my bio page for Mrs.

Hamilton along with a checklist of her publication creds - her life spanned the entire 20th century! In Summer , "Old Time Crochet" decided to really embrace their inner Tatter with a great series of articles and several patterns per issue throughout the rest of the '90s.

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The author of the articles was Rebecca Hollenbaugh, and I enthusiastically recommend her articles. They ran until the Summer issue. The editorial staff also decided to update instructions and rephotograph the tested patterns - which made them much more accessible to a younger crowd of crocheters. Unfortunately, doing so was also the equivalent of filing the serial numbers off because the thread manufacturers were removed from the instructions - so your guess is as good as mine the origins of each pattern.

The tatting pattern designers are always cited, though, so the design work there was treated with more respect than the signature topic the magazine was primarily covering.


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Odd, but true! Darlene Polachic took over writing the tatting article in the Winter issue, and stayed until the end. She has done a lot of other work for Annie's Attic Inc.


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    6. I've included an entry for this title in the Soft Toy and Doll Bib page only because there ARE a few patterns - but I would not recommend this title for those patterns. This magazine didn't have as wide circulation as some of the other popular crochet magazines. A great shame, in my opinion, as it was the one crochet magazine that supported tatting the most after "Workbasket" ended in The last issue I have is for Autumn and there was no indication in it that it was going to be the last issue.

      I also changed the written Originally designed by Emma Boardman Daffodil Altar Lace is a beautiful filet crochet lace pattern, originally written by Helena Aaberg in The daffodil, a symbol of rebirth; grape vines for the True Vine; and crosses make this lace perfect for Easter season.

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      Simple scallops at the bottom complete the lace. I also The daffodil, a symbol of rebirth; grape v This timeless lace yoke was originally designed for a trousseau nightgown in by Addie May Bodwell.

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      Fashions have changed a bit since then, and we can now wear our intimates on the outside, even in public This pattern book does not include an embroidery or sewing pattern, but has basic instructions on how to sew the yoke to a garment. You can use a simple ready-made garment, make a garment from a pattern, or use a simple fabric tube for the body. You can make a blouse as shown in the photo, or you can make a sleeveless camisole.

      All possibilities will end in a beautiful garment.

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      See All Customer Reviews. Shop Books. Add to Wishlist. USD 5. Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Overview Ivy Lace Scarf End is a simple and versatile filet crochet lace pattern, originally designed by Hannah Buss in It works as is for the end of a dresser scarf or a table runner. Included in this book is an adaptation of the pattern for an insertion, which would be beautiful in the center of your table runner, or above the hem of a skirt.

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      Related Searches. Use this patriotic United States flag pattern to make a wall hanging, pillow top, or Use this patriotic United States flag pattern to make a wall hanging, pillow top, or small curtain. Designed in by Mrs. Albau, there are 48 stars on the flag, and the pattern includes suggestions for different words. This is