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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 17, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 13

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CROCHET NEEDLES BUSY AGAIN; FCY'WORK
IS WOMAN'S NEWEST OCCUPATION
BY CAROLINE, c6e natfqo cordiiffo lopps, therefore care
With the revival of our grandmoth- should be.' taken that' the switches be
era' fashion in dress comes the vogve neither footloose, nor 'Jtsjo. tight, for
of our grandmothers' fashions in cro- the beauty of &e workwill depend
cheted laces. greatly on the accuracy with which
Some of the prettiest of the cro- the cord anfdtitchea,afe arranged,
cheted laces are made of coronation The foundation, stuck can then be
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DIFFERENT SIZES CORONATION BRAID
braid. This braid comes in three
sizes as here illustrated.
The following stitches are used in
The Day Sook lessons single chain
stitch (s. ch. s. or ch. s.) ; single cro
chet stitch (s.' c. b.) ; double crochet
stitch (d. c. s.) and picot stitch (p. s.)
Unlike the ordinary crtjchet the
foundation of this lace consists in the
twisting and crocheting of the coro-
crocheted. with evenness and free
dom. With a little experience in
twisting the coronation, cord many
serviceable and attractive laces and
insertions can be made, which are
both admirably adapted,for the trim
ming of house linens as well as dress
es and articles of wear.
When executing the cord lace or
insertion the size of crochet hook and
t&CCCEVS2tTB SE6HM
WAY TO LOOP CORD

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