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E-AK001 Priscilla Crochet Work

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Priscilla Crochet Work

A collection of useful patterns selected from the Modern Priscilla. Illustrated.

Lynn, Mass. The Priscilla Publishing Company.

66 pages of instructions for crochet scarfs and mantles, hats, slippers and mittens, camisole/nightgown yoke, kerchief type fascinator, baby clothes and blanket, counterpane square, plus texture stitches and motifs, and more. Includes items in hairpin crochet. Several index pages appear to be missing.

Scans donated by Adrienne Kattke

E-AK001

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EB03

Crochet

AK

United States
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