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Welcome to Historic Needlecrafts- Patterns from the past brought back to life for modern crafters

I was so thrilled to find this crochet pattern. I found a doily crocheted with this pattern a few months ago at an estate sale. Now I can make a matching one! This is a classic doily from 1957.

From the pattern: Crochet this rose doily is any desired colors. The model was made from Puritan Mercerized Crochet Cotton in white and green (one ball of each) and Puritan Star Spangled mercerized cotton in pink and yellow ( one ball of each). Use a steel crochet hook number 7 (US). Using the suggested thread and hook, the doily will measure about 10 inches in diameter.

Some knowledge of vintage crochet patterns will be helpful.

This item is for the PDF pattern and not the finished article.

Contact me with any questions.

Pattern contains 4 pages.

A digitally Cleaned and Restored Reprint published in PDF format, 4 pages in total.

Ready for immediate download. Your freebies and other goodies are also waiting for you!

What is PDF format? It is the format used by Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you don't have the correct software, you can get it from www.adobe.com. The beautiful thing about PDF files is that they are formatted and paginated which means that they are very easy to read (when compared with plain text files) and they are ready to print!

Copyright Notice

This pattern book is reproduced from my personal collection of antique books, booklets and magazines from the 1800's to the early 1900's. They are now in the Public Domain, their Copyright has expired. The reproduced version that I am selling, including its text and images are copyrighted to me, Deborah Decker with all Rights Reserved.

Free gift pattern will be sent with your purchase.

Rose Doily Irish Crochet PDF pattern 1957

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