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Butterfly crochet handkerchief pattern edging border

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This butterfly handkerchief pattern was originally released in 1949 in the Clark's ONT - JP Coats book no 256. It was passed down to me in a collection that I have been busy compiling and sorting for the last decade. The pattern calls for 2 balls of JP Coats size 70 thread and steel hook number 14, which can be converted to size 10 cotton thread and Crochet Hook: 6, 7, 8, B-1 (1.6-2.25 mm), depending on tension and style. I usually use 2.25 mm because I crochet tightly.


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Reviewed by Mary Weldon
3 out of 5 stars
Jul 26, 2017
Pattern itself looked to be a good one, but when downloaded it had part of the pattern cut off which didn't show on a printed copy. It took turning the image and shrinking to be able to print the one page instructions so I could see the whole pattern.
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Reviewed by Brenda Jones
5 out of 5 stars
Jun 2, 2017
I have had trouble with this pattern and hope the video she shows will help me with it.
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Butterfly crochet handkerchief pattern edging border

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  • Vintage Supply from the 1940s
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  • Materials: cotton thread, size 10
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