Outline shows the finished size of the linen center for this interesting doily. To mark your linen for hemstitching, make a tracing on tissue paper of the doily you wish to make. Your tracing can be transferred to the linen and the hemstitching done on this line.
The edgings are made with J. & P. Coats or Clark's O.N.T. Mercerized Crochet, size 40 or 50, White or Ecru. Dainty pastels and lovely shaded colors are obtainable in size 50. Use Milward's steel crochet hook No. 10 or 11.
8079 • queen anne
Attach thread in 2nd sp on upward slope of a scallop. Ch 5. * Skip 2 sps of hemstitching, 2 s c in next, ch 5. Repeat from * 2 more times. After last ch-5, s c in last sp of scallop before the sp between this scallop and the next. Then s c in 1st sp of next scallop after the sp between scallops. Work as before. When working corner scallops, skip 1 sp instead of 2 sps as before. Finish with 1 s c in same sp to which thread was attached. 2nd row: Sl st to center of 1st loop, ch 7, turn. D c in 4th ch from hook, d c in each of next 4 ch sts. * D c in next loop of 1st row. Ch 3, work 4 d c under d c just made. Repeat from * around. After last group, join with sl st to 4th st of ch-7. 3rd row: Sl st in each of next 2 sts of ch-7. * Ch 7, s c in 5th ch from hook (to make picot), ch 2, s c in 3rd st of ch-3 of next block. Repeat from * around.
The Elizabeth Barrett Edging Pattern
Queen Anne Edging Pattern
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