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Cora Kirchmaier #2 c.1913 - The New Filet Crochet Book of Charted Patterns

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35 Pages. This second book in the Kirchmaier series picks up where the first book in the series left off. In this book there are more than 70 fully charted designs, including several complete alphabets of varying sizes, some very lovely edgings , insertions, collars, bedspreads and much more. The best thing about these charted patterns is that they also can translate nicely into cross stitch and even darned netting designs. The patterns are well presented and the mesh size is provided on each one. Also included are general instructions for making filet crochet and many of the finished designs that are shown are broken down into patterns. This is a great series for anyone who loves filet crochet and even lacis or cross stitch.

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Cora Kirchmaier #2 c.1913 - The New Filet Crochet Book of Charted Patterns

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  • Craft type: Crochet
  • Self-published: Yes
  • Materials: printed, book, reproduction
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