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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 20, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 14',
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rlshed insertion and finished .braid. .
Twistcord as in diagram given be
low: Fasten thread by s. c. s. to right
section of scord loops. 4 ch. s., & s. c
s. in center of vcord loop, 4 ch. s.,
fasten to left 'section of cord loop by
s. c. s. 2 ch. s. fasten to foundation
section of Cord by s. c s. 2 ch. s.,
fasten to" right section of cord loop
xx. by s, fc. s., 2 ch. s., 1 s. c. s. in
third ch, s. on left section of cord
loop. 2 ch. s. 4 s. c. s., In center of
cord loop, repeat from xx until de-
Double Looped Coronation Braid
sired length is attained. The chain
stitches between the cord loops
should be diamond shaped when fin
ished. Row I x 1 s. c. s. through the first
of the five s. c. s. in the foundation
stitch over cord loop, 3 ch. s., miss 3
s., 1 s. c. s., 4. ch. s., miss t s., repeat
wow li Turn: 4 en. s., 1 s. c. s.
in middle stitch over cord loop, x 4
c&4 s,, miss 3 s., 1 &. c. s., repeat from
x for the length required.
Either side of this insertion is
worked the same.
For a lace to match the above
work, the twisting of the cord and the
crocheting is the same, but only oneT
side of the cord is finished with the
three rows of stitches, while on the
other side only the foundation stitchv
is crocheted and to this the edging ist1
Edging Turn: 4 ch. s., x miss 2 b.,a
lie. s., 2 ch. s., 1 d. c. s. in next,
2 ch. s., 1 d. c. s., 2 ch. s., miss 2Cr
stitches, 1 & c. s., 1 s. c. s. over op
posite loop of ch. s., 2 ch., repeat,
from x. 3
Row II Turn: 1 s. c s. In first
gap. 3 ch. s., 1 s. c. s. in same gap,ri
1 s. c s. in next, 3 ch. s., 1 s. c. s., 3V
ch. s., Ucs. and repeat, " -,
HEARD IN THE SHOPS s
By Betty Brown
The latest fashion frivol is a touch
of color on the separate white sirt;3
to match the colored blouse and a
colored blouse and a white skirt, by
the way, is quite the smartest things
for summer wear. The color may be,.
Introduced in the skirt by piping the,
seams with a fabric that matches the0
The long, close-fitting sleeve, with,
flaring, bell-shaped cuff, Is the sleeve
of the moment for the tailored gown.
It's smart looking, but so far no one(
has said a word about its comfort
Cotton voile and ratine have left
the once popular linen behind in the L
race for favor this summer. Ratine- 3
is especially adaptable to the suitf '
with a little coatee. .
Vests of white pique, made man-., ' v
fashion, are worn with colored linen"
or ratine suits by up-to-date girls.
When you must go to the dentists
carry your prettiest boudoir cap and r
don it before you get into the chair. X
When the ordeal is over you wfll find;1
your hair in as good order as when,
you went in. ,.