Forty-nine Irish crochet patterns offer needlecrafters an inexpensive introduction — or perhaps a renewed acquaintance with — a beautiful form of ornamentation. Taken from a variety of thread company leaflets of the 1930s and 40s, these lovely designs include a table doily, bedspread, lac... read more
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Forty-nine Irish crochet patterns offer needlecrafters an inexpensive introduction — or perhaps a renewed acquaintance with — a beautiful form of ornamentation. Taken from a variety of thread company leaflets of the 1930s and 40s, these lovely designs include a table doily, bedspread, lace edgings, Renaissance collar, and more.
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