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as to form a clover leaf pattern ; repeat of the clover leaf, 2 chain, 1 purl (5 from *, but fasten the 4th treble with chain, 1 slip stitch in the first), 2 chain, a slip stitch on the 10th treble of 1 double in the next chain stitch of the the preceding figure 6th row. In the same scallop, 2 chain, 1 purl, 2 chain, first and last stitch of the 5 middle miss 1 chain of the scallop, 1 double, treble of the clover leaf 1 double, 7 2 chain, 1 purl, 2 chain, 1 double in chain between. 7th row: * 1 double the next chain stitch, 3 chain, 1 double in the 2nd chain stitch of the scallop in the middle stitch of the following which is above the 5 middle treble scallop, O chain ; repeat from

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Afaterial.-Crochet cotton. On a sufficiently long foundation chain | ceding row, 2 treble, 1 long treble in work the 1st row:1 double in each chain next treble but 2, 2 long treble in stitch. 2nd row: Alternately 1 double, each of the 2 following treble. 1 7 chain, miss under the latter 3 stitches long treble, 2 treble in the next of the preceding row. 3rd row: 1 treble treble, 1 double in the next treble in each double of the preceding row, 1 but 2, 3 chain, 1 purl (4 chain, 1 slip), double in the middle stitch of ea 3 chain stitch; repeat from * 10th scallop, 2 chain between. '4th row: 1 row: * 1 double in the 4th treble double on each double of the preceding of the preceding row, 2 chain, 1 purl, row, 1 treble on each treble, 3 chain 2 chain, miss 2 under them, 1 double, between. 5th row: 1 double on each 2 chain, I purl, 2 chain, 1 double in the treble of the preceding row, 3 chain next chain but 1 of the next scallop, 2 between 6th row: 1 double in each chain, 1 purl, 2 chain, 1 double in the stitch of the preceding row. 7th row: 2 chain stitch after the purl of the pre* 1 treble in the 1st stitch of the pre- ceding row, 2 chain, 1 purl

, 2 chain: ceding row, 4 chain, miss 1, 3 treble repeat from *. 11th row: In each scal. in the following 3 stitches, miss 3 lop of the preceding row 2 double (they stitches, 3 treble in the following 3 must meet on either side of the purl); stitches, 4 chain, miss 1 stitch, i tre- they are divided alternately by 5 ble, 3 chain, miss 4; repeat from *. chain, and by a scallop formed of 2 8th row : Repeat regularly 8 treble in chain, 1 purl, and 2 chain, only in the the scallop formed of 4 chain in the chain stitch scallops which join the two preceding row, 1 double in the middle treble figures work no double, but 2 of the following 3 chain. 9th row : * chain, 1 purl, 2 chain. i double in the 4th treble of the pre

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Materials.-Messrs. W. Evans and Co.'s Boar's Head crochet cotton, No. 10, and turquoise beads, No. 1. As this antimacassar is made in sepa- times, + 1 Sc on 2nd Sc, 4 Dc under rate pieces, it will suffice to thread chain, with a bead on each, 5 Ch, 4 Dc a few rows of beads on the cotton at a with a bead on each, under the same time. For the same reason, it may be Ch * 4 times. Slip stitch up the first 4 made of any required dimensions, and Dc. + 5 Ch, Sc under 5 Ch of last it may or may not have a border: but round, 6 Ch, Sc under sam 5 Ch, Sc if one is desired, it should be of close under same; 8 Ch, Sc under the next crochet, with the pattern in beads, and chain of 5. a deep fringe beyond it.

Last Round.1 Sc, 4 Dc under the A WHEEL. — Make a chain of 8, close chain of 5, 2 Ch, 4 Dc, 1 Sc under it into a round, and work under it 16 Sc

1 Sc, 4 Dc under chain of 6, 2 stitches. + 9 Ch, dropping a bead on Ch, 4 Dc, 1 Sc under same, 1 Sc, 4 Dc every stitch, miss í one of the 16, and under chain of 5, 2 Ch, 4 Dc, 1 Sc under Sc under the next + 8 times. Slip same. 1 Sc under chain of 8. Do this stitch on 4 of the first 9 Ch. Sc on the all round, dropping a bead on every next 2 of the 9 * 3 Ch, Sc on the 4th, stitch. The two chains which are printed 5th, and 6th of the next 9 chain all in italics are those places where the round. End with slip stitch on the squares are to be connected with the 1st and 2nd of the first 3 chain. + other pieces. It will be seen that the last 8 Ch, Sc under the next chain of 3. round forms four shamrocks. The centre + 7 times. 8 Ch, Sc on 2nd slip leaf of each shamrock (coming at the stitch. To complete the wheel do un point of the square) is to be united to der each chain of 8, 1 Sc, 10 Dc, 1 Sc, the point of another square; while those dropping a bead on every stitch. at the side are to be joined to the

A SQUARE.—6 Ch, close it into a rounds. round. + Sc under chain, 6 Ch, + 4! A bead is dropped on every Dc stitch.

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Materials.-1 oz. ruby-coloured beads, No. 2, and one ree!, No. 16 Messrs. W. Evans and Co.'s Boar's-head crochet cotton. BEGIN by threading all the beads on 7th Round.-+ 1 Ch, 7 Sc on Sc, + the cotton; then make a chain of 8 8 times. stitches, and close into a round. All 1st Bead Round.- t. 2 cotton, 6 beads, the d’oyley is done in Sc, except the edge. +8 times.

1st Round.- t 1 Ch, 1 Sc on Sc, + 2nd Round.-- + 4 beads, coming over 8 times.

2 cotton, and i bead at each side, ho 2nd Round. -+ 1 Ch, 2 Sc on 2 Sc, + cotton over 4 beads, + 8 times. 8 times. It will be observed that in- 3rd Round.- + 2 beads over the stead of the usual way of increasing by centre 2 of 4, 8 cotton, + 8 times. working two stitches in one, a chain- 4th Round.- + 3 beads, the first 2 over stitch is made, and one Sc only is worked 2, 3 cotton, 1 bead, 4 cotton, + 8 times. on each Sc.

5th Round,- + 7 beads (the first over 3rd Round.-+ 1 Ch, 3 Sc on Sc, + first of last round), 5 cotton, + 8 times. 8 times.

End with one bead on the last stitch. 4th Round.--+ 1 Ch, 4 Sc on Sc, + 6th Round.- + 6 beads, (1st on lst), 8 times.

6 cotton, 1 bead, + 8 times. 5th Round.-+ 1 Ch, 5 Sc on Sc, + 7th Round. — + 3 beads, 10 cotton, 1 8 times.

bead, + 8 times. End with 2 beads. 6th Round, -+ 1 Ch, 6 Sc on Sc, + 8th Round.-+ 3 beads, 10 cotton, 8 times

2 beads, + 8 times. End with 3 beads.

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9th Round.- + 3 beads, 11 cotton, 3 and 1 bead), 5 beads, 14 cotton, + 8 beads, + 7 times, 3 beads. This round times. is not perfect.

26th Round.-+ 1 cotton over 1 bead, 10th Round.- + 3 cotton over cotton, 4 beads, 3 cotton, bead, 3 cotton, 4 1 bead, 4 cotton, 4 beads, 1 cotton, 3 beads, (over last 4 of 5), 13 cotton, + beads, + 8 times.

8 times. 11th Round.- + 2 cotton, 9 beads, 3 27th Round.-- + 2 cotton on 1 cotton, cotton, (over 1 bead, 1 cotton,) 3 beads, 8 beads, 3 cotton, 4 beads, 13 cotton, + + 8 times.

8 times. 12th Round.—3 cotton over 2, + 7

28th Round.-- + 3 cotton over 2 C beads, 5 cotton, 4 beads, 2 cotton, + and 1 B, 6 beads, 3 cotton, 4 beads, 14 8 times.

cotton, + 8 times. 13th Round.--+ 1 cotton, 5 beads, 29th Round.- + 4 cotton, 3 beads, 5 cotton, 3 beads, 1 cotton, 2 beads, í (the 1st over 2nd of 6), 3 cotton, 5 beads, cotton, + 8 times.

16 cotton, + 8 times, 5 cotton. 14th Round.-- + 4 cotton, (over 1 30th Round.+ 9 beads, beginning cotton, 2 beads), 3 beads, 5 cotton, 4 on 2nd of 3, 21 cotton, + 8 times. beads, (the last on last of 3), 4 cotton, Do one round of cotton only, and + 8 times.

then one of beads. 15th Round. -+ 2 cotton, 5 beads, BORDER.- + 2 Sc cotton, 15 beads, 2 (the last on last of 3), 3 cotton, 6 beads, cotton, 13 chain with a bead on each, 5 cotton, + 8 times.

miss 12, + 8 times. 16th Round.-- + 13 beads, 1 cotton, 2nd Round.—2 slip on 2 cotton, + 2 2 beads, 6 cotton on 5, + 7 times. Sc with cotton, on the first 2 beads, Eighth time, 4 cotton only on 3. 1 bead, 1 cotton, * alternately 6 times,

17th Round. - + 9 beads, 1 cotton, 4 1 cotton, 5 Ch, with beads, 1 Sc with beads, 2 cotton, (last over 1 cotton), 3 bead on 4th of 13, 7 Ch with beads, beads, 4 cotton over 3, + 7 times. miss 5 of 13, Sc with bead on next, Eighth time, 3 cotton on 2.

5 Ch with beads, + 8 times. 18th Round.-- + 9 beads, 1 cotton, 5 3rd Round.-- + 2 Sc with cotton on beads, 2 cotton, 5 beads, 2 cotton on 1, 2nd Sc and 1 bead, * 1 bead, 1 cotton, + 7 times. Eighth, 1 cotton.

5 times, 1 cotton, 5 Ch with beads. i 19th Round.- + 5 beads, 5 cotton, 5 Sc with bead on 4th of 5, 6 Ch with beads, 10 cotton, (over 9 stitches), + 8 beads, 1 Sc on 4th of 7 with beads, 6 times.

Ch with beads, Sc with bead on 2nd of 20th Round.-- + 3 beads, 8 cotton, 5 Sc, 5 Ch with beads + 8 times. (over 7 stitches), 5 beads, 5 cotton, 1 4th Round.-- + 2 Sc cotton as before, bead, 4 cotton, + 8 times.

1 bead over cotton, 1 cotton over bead, 21st Round.-- + 3 beads over 3, 10 * 4 times. 1 more cotton, 5 Ch with cotton (making 1), 5 beads, (beginning beads, 1 Sc with bead on 4th of 5, 6 Ch on the 2nd of 5), 3 cotton, 2 beads, 4 with beads, 1 Sc with bead on 4th of 6, cotton, + 8 times.

6 Ch with bead, 1 Sc with bead on 3rd 22nd Round.- + 3 beads on 3, 12 of next 6, 6 Ch with beads, 1 Sc with cotton, (making 1), 9 beads, 4 cotton, + bead on 2nd of 5, 5 Ch with beads. 8 times.

These D'Oyleys must be washed with 23rd Round.-+ 3 beads on 3, 6 white Windsor soap and soft water only. cotton, 4 beads, 3 cotton, 7 beads, (on Wh quite clean rinse them in fresh centre 7 of 9), 5 cotton, + 8 times. water, and hang them before a fire, or

24th Round.-t 3 beads on 3, 6 in the air to dry. When nearly dry, cotton on 5, 6 beads, 14 cotton, + 8 pull them out into shape. On no account times.

use any starch, nor an iron. Beads, 25th Round.—+ 4 beads, (begin- when of good quality, and properly ning over 1st of 3), 7 cotton, (on 5 washed, will remain for years uninjured

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HINT ON D'OYLEYS. EXPERIENCED workers often find a rounds are done, and it is still perfectly difficulty in knowing the exact ter- easy to see the end of the round, draw mination of a round in D'Oyley's, the needleful of thread through the and frequently the pattern is destroyed chain of the last stitch. Do the same by an error in the calculation. This with every other round, so that the codifficulty may be remedied at once, loured thread finally runs in a straight by attention to the following rule :- line from the centre to the edge. It will Take a thread very opposite in colour save much trouble and many blunders, to that of your work, and only a few especially when working the Jewelled inches long. When only two or three D’Oyleys.

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Take rather a long crochet hook, with loop made and the one next to it on a button on the end. Make a chain as the hook. Repeat till all are worked for ordinary crochet, leaving the last off. made stitch on the hook to form the first 4th Row.-Put the hook through the stitch of the next row; this kind of first long perpendicular loop, draw the crochet being worked backward and thread through, leaving the last made forwards.

loop on the hook. Repeat till all the 2nd Row.—Put the hook through the long loops have been worked, keeping next loop on the chain to the loop all the loops on the hook and taking already on the hook and draw the thread always the loop at the edge. through, leaving this last made loop on 5th Row.—Same as 3rd. the hook. Continue till you have taken This stitch is only suitable for straight up on the hook as many loops as there work. To narrow, leave out the edge were in the original chain.

loop. 3rd Row.-Put the thread once round Ā chain of 30 makes a pretty scarf the hook and draw it through the two for a lady. It should measure a yard first loops on the hook. Thread once and half long, with fringe 4 or 6 inches round the hook and through the last long at each end.

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LADIES COMFORTER IN CROCHET. Materials.-21 ounces white double Berlin wool, 1 ounce lilac filoselle. This comforter is worked with white (forwards). Take up 1 loop in every wool in ribbed stitch, a variety of cro- other stitch. chet à tricoter ; it is edged all round 2nd part of the 1st double row (backwith some rows of chain and double wards). Alternately cast off i loop, 1 stitches. These, as well as the fringe chain. at both ends of the scarf, can be made 1st part of the 2nd double row. Take with white wool and lilac filoselle, or up alternately one loop in the previously only with wool. The pattern is 20 missed stitch of the foundation chain, stitches wide and 120 double rows long. working at the same time round the Begin the scarf at one end on a founda- top chain of the stitch in the preceding tion chain of 20 stitches, and work as row, and one loop in the next long chain follows: 1st part of ist double row of the preceding row.

' By permission of tbe Proprietors of the Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine.

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