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LoNg Cloth Cloak.
CHEviot DREss witH BRAID TRIMMING.-FRONT.—[For Back, see Page 701.]
------ Fig. 4.—ANtique LAor (NETTED Guipure) Enging For description see Supplement. For CounterPANE, Fig. 1, PAGE 692.-REpuorop. For pattern and description see Supplement, No. I., Figs, 1–7. :
Lace Collar and Cuff.
See illustration on page 700.
A STANDING frill of Valenciennes lace an inch and a quarter wide and a drooping frill of lace a little wider are joined to form this collar, with the joining covered with a band of lace insertion through which a ribbon is drawn, with the ends tied in a bow. The cuff is similarly made of lace and ribbon, and worn on the outside of the sleeve.
Collar with Plastron. See illustration on page 700.
A BAND of thick soft gros grain ribbon with picot edges, two inches and a half wide, is used for this collar. The ribbon is twenty-six inches long; at the middle of the front a pleat is laid to form a point, and on each side of this the ribbon is folded upward on the slant; the ends are hooked together at the back under a tuft of notched ends of the ribbon. The plastron consists of a point of deep gold-lace, which is folded to fit into the space at the throat.
Table Mat.—Linen Embroidery and CrochetWork.-Figs, 1 and 2.
See illustrations on page 700.
A squark of rather heavy cream white linen forms the ground for this table mat. The outline design for the embroidered border is given in full size in Fig. 26 on the accompanying pattern-sheet Supplement. The entire design is outlined with black silk in Holbein stitch. The large diamond-shaped figures are worked in solid satin stitch, the centre in gold thread, and the surrounding part in red silk. The smaller figures are worked in two shades of olive silk. The centre of the mat is in crochet open-work, the linen being cut away. The crochet is worked in gold thread and écru and gold tinselled cotton; see the fragment of the work shown in Fig. 2. A number of stars are worked with the tinselled thread, each begun separately and connected to the preceding ones when finished, and the interstices are filled with lace-like figures crocheted with gold thread. For each star begin with 11 chain
Fig. 1.-FIGURED Wool, MUSLIN DRESS.
For description see Supplement.
Fig. 5.-ANTIQUE LACE (NETTED GUIPURE) INSERTIon for CountERPANE, Fig. 1, PAGE 692.-REDUCED.
stitches, work 3 treble crochet, separated from each other by 6 chain stitches, on the first of the 11 chain, 6 chain, a single crochet on the 5th of the 11 chain. 2d row.—On the nearest 6 chain of the preceding row work 2 single on the next chain and 1 single on the succeeding chain, 3 times, then turn, and going back over these single, 2 chain, a single on the next, 4 times by turns a chain and a single on the following 2d stitch, turn, a picot (for a picot 3 chain and a single on the first of them), a single on the next single chain, 4 times a chain and a single around the following chain, repeat twice from the first turning, working the first single around the first chain; in the last row instead of a single chain after a picotwork another picot; then down the side work twice a picot and a single, and coming to the next 6 chain, repeat the pattern. Work the remaining stars in the same manner, but connect them to each other by the picots in the manner shown in the illustration. For the bars in gold thread which are worked on the spaces and connected to the picots of the stars work 3 times by turns a chain and a picot (for a picot 6 chain and a single on the first of them), and at the 3d repetition connect the middle 2 chain of the picot to the lower corner picots of one of the stars as shown in the illustration; then a single on the chain before the last picot, twice a picot and a single on the chain before the next of the preceding picots; repeat this pattern 4 times for the square spaces in the centre, and twice for the outer edge, and at each repetition work a single on the first single at the centre of the figure. The edging, shown in Fig. 2, is worked in the same pattern. The linen is cut out of the centre of the square to make room for the crochet, and both the inner and outer edges are hemmed. A row in tinselled cord is then crocheted along the edge of the linen, connecting it to the crochetwork in the manner shown in Fig. 2; for this row work by turns a single into the edge of the linen and 3 chain over a corresponding space.
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