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By Sue Whiting, Luise Roberts, Sophie Britten

25 distinctive crocheted add-ons with finished, step by step directions. Over 450 colour images and illustrations.

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Make a second inner group of four rings. J first two rings with last two rings of the first group of four, at second ps. ) Continue until four groups of inner rings and four groups of outer rings are all joined up. D4** Fringed doyley Each ring – (4ds, p) x 3, 4ds, cl. Each chain – 8P [¼ in (5mm)]. Work this ring and chain pattern eight times, joining first and last ps of all rings. Tie ends off at base of first ring. indd 62 8/19/14 3:28 PM FAVOURS AND DOLLS’ HOUSE DOYLEYS Trefoil cross D5** Start at a trefoil.

Push stitches close for a curve and fold so they lie in the same direction as the picots. Lower stalk: chain – 30ds, or more for the curl at the end. indd 54 8/19/14 3:28 PM BOOKMARKS AND DOOR FINGER PLATES DESIGNS Bookmarks and door finger plates can both be made by adapting any of the patterns in this chapter. With my bookmarks, it can look as if the design is applied upside down, as the fringing appears at the top. It seems sensible to me, however, to keep the lace clean between the pages of the book, while a clear length of fringing marks the place.

Snail B11** Start at the centre of the shell. Chain – 1ds, p, 2ds, p, 3ds, p, 4ds, p, 5ds, p, 2ds, J to 1st p, 2ds, p, 2ds, J, (3ds, p, 3ds, J) x 2, (4ds, p, 4ds, J) x 2, 5ds, p, 5ds, J, 6ds, p, 6ds, J, (14ds, J) x 3. 5cm)], 8ds, cl. Body: chain – 2ds, J to same p as last J, 14ds, J, 3ds. Finish tail neatly with a knot. Cut and knot antennae. indd 41 8/19/14 3:28 PM TATTING COLLAGE B12** Owl Eye: ring – 6ds, p, 6ds, cl. Head: chain – 3ds, p, 6ds, p, 3ds. Eye: ring – 6ds, J, 6ds, cl. Body: chain – 20ds, 2p, 3ds, 2p, 20ds.

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