Era Baby Bonnet Irish Crochet Pattern
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Up for consideration is another marvelous Dakota Prairie Treasures
Authentic Titanic, WWI, Irish Crochet Baby Bonnet or Cap
Pattern has not been available for over 103
years! But now you can recreate it to have a truly one-of-a-kind infant clothing
This accessory is truly darling with its classic Irish Crochet
lines and styling! The original model appears to have been made using white
or cream thread but, of course, you can choose whatever color
palette you most delight in. Pretty for you, pretty for gifts and
pretty for posterity! (Original is not for sale)
directions for this Butterfly is darlingly charming and certainly can be used to
decorate hats, dresses, purses, baby quilts and clothing, etc. Your imagination
will lead you!
Materials: ...[crochet thread] size 80
and fine steel hook [modern size 14]."
The resulting size can be varied by utilizing the following
thread/hook combos: size 10 thread with size 7 hook, size 5 thread with size 4-6
hook, size 3 thread with size 1-3 hook, size 1 thread with size 0-2 hook,
Not your typical needle working result and sure to be
admired, coveted and questioned after by many.
item is a great resource for those who are Antebellum, Civil War, Victorian,
Dickensian or historical village reenactment enthusiasts, opera, stage and
theatre costumers, students of historical clothing, fiber and textile arts,
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"I'm a repeat customer because I am so pleased with my purchases.
ladies of earlier times put their hands to such marvelous work and now you can
too! This is a beautiful item and sure to delight you and yours! The
instructions are very clear and easy to follow and yet the experience needle
worker will be capable of altering as per individual needs and artistic whim.
antique and vintage threads, hooks, etc., can be found quite
readily. You just have to hunt a little bit! :) Or, of course, you can utilize
contemporary tools and materials found at a nearby fabric, craft or hobby