New Guide to Knitting & Crochet, by Marie Jane Cooper

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New Guide to Knitting & Crochet, by Marie Jane Cooper
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New Guide to Knitting & Crochet, by Marie Jane Cooper [Illustration: UNDER SLEEVES. BABY'S HOOD. CROCHET COLLAR.] THE NEW GUIDE TO KNITTING & CROCHET. BY MARIE JANE COOPER. PUBLISHED By J. S. COOPER, FOREIGN AND BRITISH DEPOT OF BERLIN PATTERNS, AND MATERIALS FOR LADIES' FANCY WORKS, ROYAL MARINE LIBRARY, MARINE PARADE, HASTINGS: AND PARRY, BLENKARN & CO., LONDON. THE NEW GUIDE TO KNITTING AND CROCHET, DEDICATED BY PERMISSION, TO THE COUNTESS OF WICKLOW, Whose kindness to the Authoress, will ever be remembered with grateful feelings of respect, By her most obedient servant, MARIE JANE COOPER PREFACE. I venture to publish THE NEW GUIDE TO KNITTING AND CROCHET, believing it will prove both instructive and amusing to those Ladies, whose taste leads them to such pursuits. The Authoress being practically acquainted with these Arts, she warrants them correct, and trusts they will meet with a favourable reception by the Public, and be found a useful appendage to every work-table. HASTINGS, January 1847. INDEX.

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for a Child 33 A very pretty Fringe 35 Under Sleeves 36 Baby's Knitted Body 39 Band for Baby's Body 40 Edging for ditto 43 Gentleman's Woollen Gloves 44 To form a Pattern for the Back ib CROCHET Directions for the different stitches in close and open Crochet 46 Raised Crochet 47 Chain Open Crochet ib Single Open Crochet ib Double Open Crochet 48 Treble Open Crochet ib Vandyke Open Crochet ib A pretty Neck Tie 49 A new Sofa Pillow ib A Carpet Bag ib A Neck Rest. Second round--thread before. then sew the two edges together. knit three plain rows with the darkest shade. . and plain to the purled stitches. continue this till the round is completed. or steel Beads ib Directions for a full-sized Quilt 19 Chair Back Pattern ib A broad open Lace 20 Hour-Glass Pattern Cuffs 21 A very handsome Mat ib Ribbed Mitts 24 Watch Chains ib Directions for a Purse ib A Bag to hold Wools 25 Baby's Shoes ib Toilet Cushion 26 A Stocking ib Knitted Fringe 28 Carriage Boots ib Baby's Hood 29 For the Hood ib Knitted Bustle 30 Anti-Macassar ib Harlequin Quilt. Cast on sixty stitches. it will then correspond in appearance with the other side. or double Berlin. TWISTED KNITTING. or Turkish Cushion 51 A very elegant Bag 52 Original Pattern for a Crochet Collar 53 Plain Purse 55 Mouchoir Case ib Warm Muffatees ib Raised Crochet Slippers 56 Anti-Macassar ib Shawl 57 Watch Chains 58 Ladies' Cuffs ib THE NEW GUIDE TO KNITTING AND CROCHET SIBERIAN CUFFS. with black. and knit one plain row and one open row. pass the wool round. Nine shades of wool used double. First round--pass the thread in front. knitting five. either in shades of sable or chinchilli.. seam two together. purl two. one open row. making the holes (which occur in every alternate row) one stitch sooner each time. knit the remaining stitches plain. Cast on each needle forty-five stitches. and cast the slipped over. and knit three plain rows. then three. in the fourth row seam two stitches together. and seam two together the same as before. until the ninth of white. seam two together. slip one. pass the wool round. this will reverse the shades: join the second lightest shade. then one. the second brings them to the original number. then commence as before. knit one. continue knitting one plain row. e. then four. garnet. Join on the next shade. look best. knit one. or Cushion 50 A Brioche. In the fourth row. two plain rows. seam two together. knit these rounds alternately. purl two. bring the thread forward. taking the back part of the loop. by Marie Jane Cooper 3 Page Siberian Cuffs 1 Leaf Pattern for a Pincushion 2 Twisted Knitting 3 Vandyke Border ib Open-knitted Lace Cuffs 4 Prudence Cap 5 Cardinal Cape ib Shell-Pattern Purse 6 A very beautiful Cap Crown ib Head Piece for Cap 8 Insertion for Cuffs 9 Feather Pattern 10 Edgings ib Another Edge 11 Leaf Stitch ib Knitted Muff 12 Long Sleeves for under a Dress ib Opera Cap 13 Shetland Shawl 14 Star-Pattern Shawl 15 Shetland Knitted Scarf 16 Leaf Pattern for an Anti-Macassar 17 Knitted Fringe 18 Knitted Bag. taking the back part of the loop. and bring the slipped stitch over the last knit. LEAF PATTERN FOR A PINCUSHION. pass the wool round. and let the join come in the centre of the wrong side. knit one. and it will look as though knit double.New Guide to Knitting & Crochet. purl two. in the first row you have increased one stitch in every fifteen. purl two. and so on till the end of the row. fifteen for each pattern. continue in this manner knitting three plain rows and an open row of each shade. knit six. knit one. with Tufts 31 Ruff for the Neck 32 Polka Coat. instead of six stitches. then two. Only knit two plain rows. and two plain rows of each shade. i. slip one.

PRUDENCE CAP. where you will have two plain stitches left. every alternate row is purled. with an open scollop: run one string round the row of holes. slip one. which are to be knit. and two coloured four-thread fleecy. knit the next row plain. twelve rows of beads deep at each end. Eighth--make one. this forms the twist. and slip off four stitches. turn over. next row knit six plain. Seventh--plain. purl the close scollop. and keep them behind till you have knit the next four. thread forward. Second row--make one. Cast on three stitches on each of three needles. the Brioches are done in the same manner. and so on to the end of the row. knit one. take a third needle. which is done by bringing the wool forward. thread forward. Ninth--plain. and another string in a few stitches lower to form the waist. Needles No. Commence the next row by slipping one. knit two together. you cast on sixty stitches instead of seventy-two: six oz. and edge it with narrow Valenciennes lace. and knit two together. and so on for twelve rows. and with the other knit two or three plain rows. Cast on thirty-four stitches. and knit one row. and ten rows of beads deep in the middle. knit the next row plain. white wool. 22 pins. cast off. slip one. pins No. then repeat the twist. No. and then cast off. knit one. white. make one. purl one. knit eight rows. knit one. and finish with one coloured row. knit three plain rows. and so on for twelve rows. CARDINAL CAPE. knit one. to decrease the point. Boar's-head cotton. Cast on nine stitches. and each different colours. twice and back with coloured wool. Eleventh--plain. Sixth--make one. knit one. VANDYKE BORDER. Fifteenth--plain. Cast on fifty stitches coloured wool. or with the Vandyke edging. and knit two together for four times. and then leave six stitches each time. increasing one plain stitch each time in the fancy row. 19. fourteen white gores. Cast on seventy-two stitches in the Brioche stitch. pass the slipt one over the knitted one. besides the casting-on row. and four of white wool. thread a row of beads. knit four plain rows. continue with these rows alternately. by Marie Jane Cooper 4 Begin with about twenty stitches on one needle. slip one. till you come to the end of the row. bring the thread forward. Tenth--make one. to the end. and No. SHELL PATTERN PURSE. First row--plain. Third--plain. knit four times from end to end. and continue as before. and 60. and then another white gore. after knitting the first six stitches plain. and knit two together for three times. is enough for cape and border. Fourteenth--make one. Boar's-head cotton. knit . knit four. Sixteenth--make one. Cast on ninety-six stitches. till you have formed one gore. and twisting each stitch. slip the first. knitting and purling alternate rows. knit one. knit one. A VERY BEAUTIFUL CAP CROWN. knit the remainder plain. next row. knit five. three plain rounds. Fifth row--knit two. knit two. knit six. Border for the lower end. Thirteenth--plain. bring the thread forward. knit one. knit three. then knit the remaining six plain. coloured wool. Fifth--plain. when the right side is towards you. thread forward. and every purl stitch knit a bead. until you have eighteen stitches. then knit them. to the end of the row. Fourth--make one. repeat these two rows alternately. until the cuff is long enough for the wrist.New Guide to Knitting & Crochet. but twelve gores. or double Berlin wool. knit four. 20. then cast off the stitches. slip one stitch off underneath. 34. until it is reduced to nine stitches. purl the next row. OPEN KNITTED LACE CUFFS. knit loosely on small ivory pins. Twelfth--make one. purl eight. for the edge. five rows of coloured. bring the thread forward.

and knit the border over again twice. slip one. knit one. knit three plain rounds. bring cotton forward. FEATHER PATTERN. Nineteenth--plain. knit one. slip one. make one. make one. knit one. knit two. make one. turn over. knit two together. four plain. bring cotton forward. knit one. turn over. knit two together. knit one. turn over. and knit two together. knit one. knit one. three times. make one. bring cotton forward. . knit one (centre stitch). turn over. take two together. bring cotton forward. decrease three times more. and draw over. take two together. knit one. bring the thread forward. Twenty-eighth--plain. and knit two together. Cast on twelve stitches. turn over. and knit two together. make two. knit four. turn over. knit one. Twenty-seventh--throw the thread over the needle. pass the seam stitch over. purl one. knit one. turn over. turn over. knit one. a round of eyelet holes. ANOTHER EDGE. slip one. Seventeenth--plain. make one. make one. knit one. and knitting two together. knit three. now begin at row twenty-five. knit three. make one. before every stitch. make one. bring the cotton forward. make one. make one. knit one. knit one. take two together. commence again. knit three. Twenty-second--make one. make one. Twenty-third--plain. knit two together. take two. slip one. for five rounds. bring cotton forward. bring the cotton forward. take two. Twenty-first--plain. take two together. make one. Eighteenth--make one. make one. pass the seam stitch over. A round of eyelet holes. done by bringing the cotton forward. turn over. turn over. knit five. knit one. Cast on eight stitches. bring cotton forward. Third--knit three. Second row--knit three. turn over. knit four. knit three. bring cotton forward. knit five. turn over. slip one. by Marie Jane Cooper 5 one. Fourth row--cast off two. Third row--knit three. make one. knit one. turn over. knit one stitch. take one off. four plain rounds. slip one. slip one. knit three. knit two together. make one. Twenty-fourth row--purl. slip one. INSERTION FOR CUFFS. knit two together. bring cotton forward. knit one. knit one. knit ten. Second--knit two. three times. slip one. turn over. slip one. take two together. knit one. all round. A row of eyelet holes. make one. make one. three times over. Twenty-fifth--purl. make one. knit eight. and knit one.New Guide to Knitting & Crochet. knit five. knit two together. knit two together. increase three times. take two. knit two together. make one. knit one. and purl one. take two together. knit one. Twenty-ninth--purl. knit three. First row--knit three. knit one. knit one. bring cotton forward. afterwards five plain rows. HEAD-PIECE OF THE CAP. slip one. pass the seamed stitch over. make one. catch up a stitch at each point of the star. slip one. four plain rounds. make one. take two. BORDER. Fourth--cast off three. make one. knit one. knit three. knit two. knit one. knit one. slip one. make one. bring cotton forward. knit six. knit three-knit two together. knit two together. bring the cotton forward. knit one. knit one. take two together. knit two together. Twenty-sixth--knit two stitches together. three times. Twentieth--make one. Nineteen stitches for each pattern on three pins. First row--knit three. EDGINGS. four plain rounds. make one. knit one. for five rounds. slip one. slip one. four plain rounds. turn over.

knit one. knit three. Fourth row--purl knitting. knit one row without decreasing. knit one. decreasing two stitches at each end. and under the chin. like the first: make up the cap. instead of forty. knit one. purl one row. 4 pins. diminish. Seventh row--slip one. to form the corner. STAR-PATTERN SHAWL. slip one. knit five. if the pins are small. with tassels of the same. keeping the wool before the pin. lined with Gros-de-Naples. knit one fancy row as before. and then there should be forty-six left. knit two as one. purl one row. begin with eighty stitches. wool in front. bring the wool forward. Second row--purl knitting. knit one. increasing one stitch on each turn. Third row--wool forward. knit one row. seventh--the same as the third. knit thirty-five turns plain. KNITTED MUFF. 14 pins. IN TWO COLOURS. wool forward. Second row--plain.B. sixth. knit one row. purl one row. and this is to be done in the row. and make the borders at the sides and back. First row--make a stitch. knit ten turns plain. knit two as one. and knit and purl three stitches alternately. cast on any number of stitches that will divide by six. are the best colours. Eighth row--purl knitting. with ribbon. knit two. knit two. fifth. knit one row white. knit one row white. make one. purl one row. knit a fancy row. Fourth row--plain. pick up thirty stitches on each side. and knit two as one. and knit the border in the feather pattern. as at the beginning. stuffed with wool. . make one. Ninth--coloured: in these two last divisions. slip one. knit one. and cast over. Shetland wool. Third division--coloured. knit one. decreasing one stitch at each end. 6 This is for one pattern only. knit two as one. every row alike. Fourth division. make one. increasing one stitch at each end of the rows. knit one. repeat to the end a piece about twenty inches in length. Cast on seventy-four stitches white wool. enough for a moderate sized muff. purl one row. diminish by taking two stitches off together. purl one row. wool forward. knit three. to be repeated alternately with white and coloured wool. and then knit one. Cast on forty-five stitches. purl one. Third row--make one. take up the stitches on each ride. Cast on forty-two stitches loosely. increasing one stitch every other turn. and drawing two over the knitted one. decreasing one stitch at each end. knit twenty turns plain. diminish. about one hundred and sixty stitches. LONG SLEEVES TO WEAR UNDER A DRESS. knit three. N. There should be forty stitches left on the pin in the last row. take two together. or plaitted wool. SHETLAND SHAWL PATTERN. and hem it all round: it is to be tied behind. by taking two stitches together. after the one at each end. there are to be two plain stitches at the beginning and end of each row. knit one row. Eighth division--white. and bring the slipt stitch over. by turning in the border to the fancy row. and six-thread embroidery fleecy. Cast on eight stitches. slip a stitch at the beginning. then knit one. make one. decreasing one stitch at each end. for twelve turns. bring the slipt stitch over. slip one. OPERA CAP. make one. First division--coloured. knit one row. Sixth row--purl knitting. No. by Marie Jane Cooper LEAF STITCH. to form an edge. and enough horse hair to keep it in shape: shades of wool to imitate sable. knit one row white. and No.New Guide to Knitting & Crochet. Fifth row--make one. knit a fancy row. and cast over. decreasing one stitch at each end. only two stitches are to be decreased in each. knit two as one. First row--bring the wool forward. as before. purl one row coloured. this forms the border. make one. Sixth row--plain. Fifth row--knit one. Second division--white. knitting one. repeat the twelve turns.

eight skeins of silk. they may be finished with a red knitted or netted fringe of the same wool doubled twice. SHETLAND KNITTED SCARF. purl back. observe. 16 pins. and four bunches of beads. knit one. First row--plain knitting before beginning the pattern. LEAF PATTERN. KNITTED BAG. knit one. make one. purl back. diminish. without drawing it out. pass the slip stitch over. First row--wool before the pin. No. knit one. knit one. until you have wound the cotton round two fingers three times. purl back. knit two. DIRECTIONS FOR A FULL-SIZED QUILT. Fifth row--make one. No. repeat these rows until there are one hundred and eighty stitches on the pin: cast off and finish with a fringe. knit one with a bead. in blue. FOR AN ANTI-MACASSAR. the whole of which must be taken together as one stitch. bring the wool forward. slip one. 12. Third row--slip one. purl back. Eleventh row--make one. in claret. knit one. slip the first. a counterpane without a border will require more stripes. repeat from the first row. and cast on eighty-eight stitches. Third row--make one. 4 pins and Shetland wool are required. GARNET. KNITTED FRINGE. knit one. with gold points. Fourth row--purled. repeat this to the end. wool before. Cast on one hundred and eighty stitches. Thread half a bunch of beads on a skein of coarse netting silk. Third row--plain. knit one. and knit one eight times. and finished with two bars and a gold or steel chain. leaving an opening at the top. to make a slipt stitch. Eight stripes with one hundred and thirteen stitches for each. slip two as one. by reversing the knitting of the border. knit two. Commence with the pattern of the border by casting on one hundred stitches for the width of the scarf. make one. knit one. do this for five rows. Second row--purled. Cast on seven stitches. slip one. will be wanted. Ninth row--knit one. every row being alike. repeat to the end of the row. pass the slipt stitch over them. knit one. knit five. Second row--purl knitting in claret. and others two knitted stitches at the commencement. knit the length on the pins. Cast on any number of stitches that will divide by eight. until the pattern is about fourteen inches deep. OR STEEL BEADS. with a border of fifty stitches. a fringe of the garnet beads. then put the needle into the last stitch. knit three. purl one. knit the last stitches back row plain knitting. both ends of the scarf are to be made the same. and take two as one. and knit two together twice. and draw the slipt ones over it. then reverse the . knit two not together. knit two as one four times. make one. make one. make one. diminish. knit one. 20 PINS. knit one to the end of the row. knit three. knitting back plain each time. Third row--game as the first. join up the two sides. at the commencement of every row. diminish. purl back. bring the cotton forward. including those required for the fringe. repeat from first row eighty-four times.New Guide to Knitting & Crochet. by Marie Jane Cooper 7 Cast on four stitches in blue wool. it should have a stiff lining. purl back. Second and following rows--repeat. 18 COTTON. No. pattern stitch is cast over twice. First row of the pattern. make one. knit five. wool before. as the increasing adds an irregular stitch. First and second row plain knitting without beads. repeat to the end of the row. pins No. WITH BLACK. First row--knit two together four times. Fourth row--same as the second. make one. First row--make a stitch. CHAIR BACK PATTERN. No. some rows will have one. Commence the centre as follows (this is done in white wool--the borders in shades). Seventh row--diminish. purl one.

knit one. four rows of white. and commence the white. knit one plain row. cast on sixty loops. knit one and take two five times. knit one. knit two as one four times more. knit fifteen. and five above the thumb. and knit two. slip one. a little gum is then used in twisting this. To be sewn down at one end. and every other one being plain. you require one pound of fleecy. knit twelve rows. purl one. these ought to be twenty-one rows in depth. turn over four times. six rows putting the pieces in. No. knit one. Seventh row--plain. and three rows of each four shades. turn over four times. After having been well combed. that is twelve with the plain one. Fifth row--slip one. makes the twelve rows. They may also be made with an ermine outside. A VERY HANDSOME MAT. two rows of each colour. that is. by the eagle gauge. and so on. the centre stitches have only to be equally divided by spots of black: the next row you must put in two black over the one in the previous row. by knitting in the four shades. Fourth row--plain. then six more rows of white. and one pound of common for the back. two coloured of each shade ribbed. two of coloured. knit the next stitch. repeat this as above-mentioned. knit two as one. if the mat is larger or smaller. one plain row between each. four of white. 8 This mat is made to imitate fur. RIBBED MITTS. half a pound of white for the middle. three shades. HOUR GLASS PATTERN CUFFS. then two rows of each colour. knit two as one five times more. Cast on fifteen stitches. Ninth row--cast off seven. turn over. you will find that this time you will have only space for two black spots. turn over. it must all be in six-thread fleecy. and then knit in twelve pieces before you commence the black. knit two. and commence again. take two of the black. six of white. but they are not so pretty. knit three. twisting it so that one may be behind and the other in front. 6 pin. three shades are required. one more of black. a quarter of a pound of each of four shades for the border. and begin at the first row to knit one. so that the pieces may be about half a quarter in length. four rows of white. A BROAD OPEN LACE. then knit in six pieces. purl one. one piece of black and twelve more white. except the common for the back. according to fancy. this for three rows: the third shade. is required. also two skeins of black for the tails. then put in two pieces of each colour. Eighth row--plain. Second row--slip one. Cast on fifty-six stitches round the wrist. knit twenty-two rows of white. cut the skein into half. and divide each half into four. three shades. two rows of each colour. and white. cut previous to commencing the second shade put in two pieces of the darkest at each end. by Marie Jane Cooper pattern. you then twist the four pieces of black together to resemble the tail. then cast over twice. take off twenty-three stitches for the thumb. repeat. and in the third row one of black over each two. and a coloured centre. ribbed two. knit two as one. . and then twelve more white. knit one. until you have completed the border. then take two of the pieces of wool. six of white. Sixth row--slip one.New Guide to Knitting & Crochet. bring the ends in front and knit another stitch. sixteen from the bottom. you will have forty-eight stitches for the white. knit one. the same ten of white ribbed ditto. purl one. increase till you have seventy-four by the thumb. two pieces of each of the previous shades. put them on the left hand pin. then take a skein of the darkest or lightest. with ermine in the centre. slip the first stitch. repeat. turn over. turn over five times. knit two as one. they are made up on a stiff back. and the two pieces of wool altogether. turn over. Third row--plain knitting. Cast on seventy-two stitches with the common white. and cast off. knit two as one. knit twelve. that is to say. To make this mat a yard long and three quarters wide. purl one. which requires twelve-thread. knit one. continue in this way till it is finished: it is then combed out until it resembles fur.

purl under two stitches beyond the seam. A BAG TO HOLD WOOLS. twelve. by Marie Jane Cooper WATCH CHAINS. knit two plain rounds one purl. take in. which cast off. viz. and increase again. and purl two. in every third stitch in the next round. knit thirteen more rows. then take in every other round five times. then one row. knit one. seven plain.New Guide to Knitting & Crochet. till you have only sixteen stitches which bind off. 18 pins. do this until you have taken in sixteen times. take one off. knit one. taking in one on each side the seam. still narrowing the same in front. to each end. TOILET CUSHION. Cast on eight stitches. knit one. narrow. and thirty-six for the instep. purl the twentieth. one plain. and then at the heel. of which you require four skeins. six different shades. thirty-five for the heel. two yards of ribbon. set the heel by dividing the stitches. if correct. one plain. as you would a stocking heel. you may introduce open stitches on the instep. leaving two stitches between. take in the same again. when there will be. make a stitch. every stitch turned. and increase. knit two. one purl. one purl. make a stitch. forty-four rounds plain. one plain. fifteen plain. Cast on thirty-six loops on the two first pins.:--ten. and ten: knit twenty rows on the middle needle. then divide the stitches into three. this do on each side. three purl. FOR A PURSE. when you will have twenty-three or twenty-four stitches remaining. eleven plain. by taking two together. scarlet German wool. BABY'S SHOES. take up the red stitches in front. this do six times. three purl. two rounds every time. KNITTED FRINGE. pass it over. where the instep and heel join. A STOCKING. make one. the centre double the number of rows. three plain. every other row. and increase again. eight purl. catching one white one each time. and forty-eight on the other. knit nineteen. when there will remain seven stitches on your pin. and round the leg. do this every other round. and slip the previous one over this. this is to be repeated six times. and slip the previous one over. till you have reduced the heel stitches to the same number you have on your instep pin. and bind. two rows of red. fourteen purl. then twelve purl. two plain. slip the first. take one off. slip one. 9 Cast on with No. and fourteen rows of each colour in the plain stitch of knitting. Cast on thirty-six stitches. and two and a half of another colour. Cast on one hundred and three stitches for the first six rounds. twenty purl. which must be done by making a stitch on each side the seam. one purl. slip one. and make twelve stitches beyond. knit two rows narrowing at the toe. take in on each side the heel and instep. put in a piece of cotton or wool on the left . take in again. and a middling-sized silk. take in. and take in. one purl narrowing one. and in the third row. narrow once. pass it over. three purl. on the seventeenth and twenty-first rows. eight purl. take up the stitches. six plain. knit two rounds. knit two together. Cast on three stitches. take up the front. take two stitches together. till you have taken up all. knit one. which has the twelve stitches. one plain. of which you require six skeins for one bag. Cast on one hundred and forty five stitches with cruels. to bind the ring. or cast them off. with the thread brought forward. twenty-four purl. on the wrong side. sixteen rows of white. and take two together. till the other side is like the first. slip a stitch.

and take two together. knit six rows plain. Second row--cotton forward. knit six rows plain. KNITTED BUSTLE. then another piece but only twenty-six rows. slip a coarse thread in the grove. knit ten rows coloured. putting the wool twice round the pin. and fine pins. repeat these four rows until the square is complete. ANTI-MACASSAR. FOR THE HOOD. they are to be sewn together with a tuft of black wool at the corner of each square. 10. with the fine pins. 10 pins. and join it on. Plain double knitting. put them back. with six-thread fleecy. except the stitch you put the piece in. Fourth row--plain. 2 pins. First row--purled. ten black. and the third only eighteen rows. join them altogether at the part which is ribbed. double this in the middle. RUFF FOR THE NECK. knit three rows ribbed. knit one stitch. knitting four on each pin plain. twenty-four rows narrowing at the end. gather up about three nails. Cast on one hundred stitches on No. and knit one plain row (pattern). and knit the remainder. eight rows plain knitting. knitting two. and purl. For this you require six ounces of eight-thread fleecy. and knit thirty rows. ten black. 1 and No. Cast on fifty-six stitches. fastening off each six securely and separately. then knit any fringe you may fancy. when finished. each of the pieces being about twenty-four stitches each way. with black wool. cut the loops of wool through on the opposite side of the mesh. by the Eagle gauge. take three all together. and knit six rows. leaving an end to it that may be drawn through and attached to the quilt. sew every six threads of the large row tightly together in the centre. Cast on one hundred and five stitches. increase sixteen ribs on each side. and two pair of pins. thirty-seven rows of black. then take the larger sized one. and put it on a string. and purling two stitches. PIECE ROUND THE NECK.New Guide to Knitting & Crochet. cotton twice over the pins. twelve rows of double knitting. No. bring the ends in front. 4 cotton. ribbing five. with scarlet German wool. after the increasing is finished. in double knitting. of which knit thirty-two rows. by Marie Jane Cooper 10 hand needle. BABY'S HOOD. with coloured wool. the next row plain. with No. Cast on one hundred and forty stitches. ten coloured. wind round it four-thread black fleecy about twelve times. these ought to be done in three-thread fleecy. with No. and then narrow off at each end six times. in pieces of six inches square. and knitting five. knitting four at each end plain. and begin double. and cast off. . HARLEQUIN QUILTS. knit six rows. and stitch a string in front beyond the ribbed purl. Third row--purled. CARRIAGE BOOTS. two hundred and twenty-five pieces will be required: it will take two hundred and fifty-six tufts. Commence always in this manner. and knit another. and cast off. Cast on sixty stitches on the fine pins. then comb and shear it neatly. and tie the wool quite tight. an inch in width. WITH TUFTS. The tufts may be made in the following manner:--take a groved wooden mesh. for a quilt two yards and a half square.

twentieth. then knit one stitch of the next row. and knit two stitches. then begin to take in. 3. cast on fifty stitches on No. six stitches in each pattern. you must cast on stitches in proportion. by the Eagle knitting gauge. and knit seventeen plain rows. A VERY PRETTY FRINGE. the same under the collar. by the Eagle gauge. Eighth round--plain. Boar's-head cotton. until it is the same length as the slanting part in front. knit three plain. cast off. knit the two next together. then put on the loop. put thirty stitches on another needle for the front. cast on seventy-two stitches. knit four stitches. to correspond with the fronts for the arm-hole. No. then knit one stitch of the next row. and put in the waist behind. Third round--bring the thread forward. Fourth round--plain. knit forty-eight rows. Cast on twenty-five stitches. Cast off. and knit another. 3 pins. 30. or twelve turns of scarlet. then knit all the stitches but one rib. and so on. and twenty-first rows--are plain. with No. twenty-six on each needle. Having cut the cotton into lengths you may require for the fringe. leaving one rib each way. but they look much better in double Berlin wool. knit one. These may be done in four-thread fleecy. then knit one stitch of the next row. sew this side down to match the other. Second round--plain. and twenty-fifth rows--plain now. cast on seventy-six stitches. finish the other side in the same way. No. knit one. by Marie Jane Cooper 11 For this you require five-thread super fleecy. 9 pins. leaving one rib more each time. knit thirty rows. knit those backwards and forwards for thirty-six rows. 3 and No. 24 needles. and take off two stitches. and knit twelve rows. and two sized pins. and larger pins. or one hundred and twenty stitches. Fifth round--bring the thread forward. then pass it back. Cast on nine stitches. slip one off without knitting. take two together. Set on seventy-eight stitches. take two together. Eighteenth row--double the piece of knitting. then knit backwards and forwards. which. No. knit one. pass the cotton twice round the pin. run a ribbon through the holes for strings. with a tassel at the ends. Twenty-third. A POLKA COAT. FOR A CHILD. pass the loop forward. which will make seventy-five ribs. then knit one stitch of the next row. which is done by bringing the wool forward. Sixth round--plain. in this manner. repeat this till within thirty on the other side. in the Brioche stitch. until you have only forty ribs. without decreasing. for the collar. second row. knit the two next together.New Guide to Knitting & Crochet. and knit till it is long enough to go round the bottom of the sleeve. begin by knitting two plain stitches. cast off. cast on eighteen stitches for the cuff. knit twenty-four rows. bring the wool forward. then commence the scarlet. and knit five together. Ninth round--bring the thread forward. then take up the stitches for the back. bring the thread forward. First round--bring the thread forward. take two together. take two together. take two together. bring the thread forward. and knit one stitch. knit one row. 11. for the sleeves. now take up the white stitches on each side. knit one. For a lady's. and finish the row. and knit eighteen rows to match the first fold. Eleventh round--bring the thread . and take two together to the end. then twelve more. and knit the casting on row in with this one. bring it forward again. leaving five to knit off plain. knit without decreasing. bring the wool forward. knit one. take two together. twist a cord of the same coloured wool. in the next row. slip one stitch. bring the thread forward. and knit two together. by leaving eighteen stitches on each side. Seventh round--bring the thread forward. then sixteen rows of white. but be particular that the slanting side is not in front. then bring the wool forward. leaving one rib on the one side to form the wide part. or eighteen turns. knit one. till it is the proper length for the shoulder. still leaving the white on each side. or twelve turns of white. then lift the slipped one over the taken-in loop. Tenth round--plain. slip one off without knitting. Nineteenth. leaving one rib on each side. which are to be joined together. which is done by knitting the first thirty on each side. turn back. and knit one more. bring the thread forward. then lift the slipped one over the taken-in loop. No. UNDER SLEEVES. Twenty-second row--knit one. then knit one stitch of the next row. knit three. and knit till it is long enough to go up the sides. twenty-fourth. slipping a stitch the purl way. knit thirty-six rows. No. 11 pins. knit twenty-four rows. or twenty-four turns. and take off the loop and one of the stitches.

knit one. this is to increase the front. bring the thread forward twice. purl all but four. knit one: you must purl the half stitches. knit six. Begin again at the first row. bring the thread forward. knit three. knit two. bring the thread forward twice. knit a stitch. bring the thread forward. bring the thread forward twice. No. Cast on twenty-one stitches. then knit two plain rows. knit the two next together. take two together. knit one. knit one. knit one. then lift the slipped one over the taken-in loop. purl one. bring the thread forward. knit three. Fifth row--slip one. then begin the pattern row. take two together. bring the thread forward twice. knit seven. 17. take two together. knit one. take two together. knit two. and knit two together. knit one. bring the thread forward. and knit one. pins and cotton as before. knit two. bring the thread forward. which is let into cambric. bring the thread forward twice. knit one. and knit two together. knit two. 30. these two rows form the pattern. the third row the same as the first. bring the thread forward. knit three. take two together. by Marie Jane Cooper forward. knit two. purl all but four. 12 Needles No. thread forward. knit the second row plain. bring the thread forward. Fifth row--slip one. cast off when proper size. and knit two together. Fourth row--the same as the second. knit two together. take two together. bring the thread forward. knit one. take two together. purl one. the pattern is continued throughout. bring the thread forward. knit two. take two together. take two together. knit two. the row is. take two together. and knit two together. take two together. and knit two together. take two together. and knit two together. knit one. Seventh row--slip one. purl one. slip one off without knitting. purl all but four. knit the remaining stitches plain all but three. bring the thread forward. The sleeves are knitted in the same way. Eagle knitting gauge. Needles No. bring the thread forward. When you have one or two stitches at the end of the row. First row--slip one. take two together. bring the thread forward. bring the unknitted one over the other two. Twelfth round--plain. bring the thread forward. take two together. Second row--slip one. slip one off without knitting. take two together. Third row--slip one. bring the thread forward. then lift the slipped one over the taken-in loop. This body is part of knitting. bring the cotton forward. knit one. knit two plain rows. knit one. they must be knitted plain. continue this till it is long enough. knit two. bring the thread forward. bring the cotton forward. knit one. bring the thread forward. knit four. Seventh row--slip one. knit one. bring the thread forward. knit two together. bring the thread forward. Second row--slip one. knit one. bring the thread forward. You must only make a stitch. knit two. The front is made in the following manner:--set on seven stitches. take two together. knit two. Third row--slip one. BABY'S KNITTED BODY. knit two. bring the thread forward. and knit two together. and knit two together. take two together. continue these two rows till you have done enough for the front of a baby's body. BAND FOR BABY'S BODY. bring the thread forward twice. knit two. take two together. 24. knit two. knit two together. bring the thread forward twice. take two together. knit five. and knit two together. First row--slip one. bring the thread forward. Sixth row--the same as the second. and knit two. knit one.New Guide to Knitting & Crochet. and knit two together. take off one without knitting. knit three. bring the thread forward. take two together. bring the thread forward. bring the thread forward. knit two together. knit two together. Eighth row--cast off eight. knit two. KNITTED EDGINGS TO TRIM THIS UNDER-SLEEVE. at the commencement of every pattern-row. bring the thread forward. knit one. only begin with nine stitches. bring the thread forward. bring the thread forward twice. knit one. make one stitch. take two together. knit one. knit one. knit two. knit three. knit two together. bring the unknitted one over the two. Fourth row--slip one. take off one without knitting. knit one. and knit one. then cast it off very loosely. bring the thread forward. Boar's-head cotton. 24. bring the . then cast off very loosely. knit two. knit one. knit two. take two together. Sixth row--slip one. bring the thread forward. bring the thread forward. knit two. knit one. bring the thread forward. purl eleven. Boar's-head cotton No. bring the thread forward.

knit two together. knit two together. and knit two together. and with a worsted needle. purl one. purl three. Second round--knit six. knit two. purl one. decreasing the same part (the under) till you have twenty-two left. Fourth row--cast off two. Third row--slip one. knit two together. knit eight. knit two. bring the thread forward. knit eight. bring the thread forward. purl three. Fourth round--knit as the second.New Guide to Knitting & Crochet. and knit two together. . purl one. knit seven. by Marie Jane Cooper 13 thread forward. and knit two together. bring the thread forward. and knit two together. knit four. and knit two together. knit two. PINS No. knit three. purl three. still purling one stitch on the end of each diamond. Twelfth row--the same as the second. make two stitches. knit one. knit two together. GENTLEMAN'S WOOLEN GLOVES. Cast on seven stitches. draw it through all the stitches. knit two. instead of the first pin. bring the thread forward. Thirteenth row--slip one. bring the thread forward. and knit two together. two-thread fleecy is required. Fourteenth row--the same as the second. Eleventh row--slip one. bring the thread forward. and knit two together. Directions for the different Stitches IN CLOSE AND OPEN CROCHET WORK. knit one. knit four. purling two. knit two. it is better to measure by a glove. and knit two together. then knit six rounds plain. knit two together. at the same time increasing one plain stitch in the first and third purl stitches. knit one. than for the other two. and knit two together. knit three. knit two. when again decrease till you have nine stitches only. knit two together. knit one. purl five. and knitting two. knit six. bring the thread forward. bring the thread forward. bring the thread forward. knit two. for the length of the fingers and thumb: this pattern is for the left hand. reversing and knitting on the last. EDGING TO TRIM THE BODY AND SLEEVES. Cast on seventy-two stitches. then commence as at first. knit three. bring the thread forward. knit one. bring the thread forward. Begin the thumb by making one stitch in each of the two last. each other round. bring the thread forward. Third round--knit five. bring the thread forward. bring the thread forward. and knit three together. knit five. Fifth round--knit as the first. bring the thread forward. till you have twenty-four extra stitches. bring the thread forward. Tenth row--the same as the second. Divide your stitches for each finger. break off the wool. which knit on till long enough. Ninth row--slip one. then recommence as at the first row. which place on another pin. and wants the pattern for the back. 14--WOOL Three-thread Fleecy. bring the thread forward. First round--knit seven. TO FORM A PATTERN FOR THE BACK. knit two. purl five. bring the thread forward. taking two more for each of the two first fingers. and knit two together. First row--slip one. knit the rest plain. and increase two more on the under part of it. knit six. Knit ten rounds plain. knit six. knit round. knit two. knit four. purl five. and fasten it inside. and knit two together. Second row--make one. knit two together. Eighth row--the same as the second. knit one. and knit four. and knit forty rounds without them. knit four. and knit two together. bring the thread forward. rest plain. rest plain. Continue increasing two stitches on the two thumb stitches. and knit twenty rounds. purl one. knit one. Divide the thumb stitches on three pins.

and through two. Choose nine shades of double Berlin wool. or have silk at the back. The CHAIN OPEN CROCHET is made of chains. this will make the work the same on both sides. IN TREBLE OPEN CROCHET. DOUBLE OPEN CROCHET is done by drawing it through in the same manner as you did for the single. being only to form a loop and draw the wool through one and another. finish with a chenille tassel at each end. greens. SINGLE OPEN CROCHET is done by putting your needle under the wool. this stitch is used for table-covers and sofa-cushions. and joined to the centre stitch of the preceding row. A NEW SOFA PILLOW. A CARPET BAG. and is very nice for soles for shoes. it is very simple. draw the wool through one stitch. scarlets. A PRETTY NECK TIE. draw the wool through the first two stitches. Plain double crochet is when you have cast on the foundation-loops. The plain single-crochet is done by merely drawing the one loop you have on your needle through each stitch. with the needle. Cast on eighty loops. There is another stitch called the TREBLE VANDYKE OPEN CROCHET. draw the wool through. and then through the other two. you increase by going twice in the same loop. In the double-stitch crochet. and blues. and taking the underneath part of the loop. You may do them in shaded wool. with a diamond arabesque pattern. one row of each colour to the lightest. and decrease by missing one loop. in bright golds. RAISED CROCHET is worked alternately from one side to the other. you will find that you have three stitches on your needle. this is very pretty for purses. also when patterns are worked in. and commence with the darkest shade. and the same to the darkest. with the border on the other side. by Marie Jane Cooper 14 The greater part of close crochet articles are done in the double-plain stitch. perhaps ten or twelve stitches wide. in the next row. you can crochet both sides. with white between: make it about three complete stripes or half-a-yard square. TREBLE OPEN CROCHET is much the same as the preceding patterns. Cast on sixty loops. and then through the loop. you take both sides of the loop.New Guide to Knitting & Crochet. the centre a black ground. to continue drawing the wool through from right to left. and casting on as many loops in chain-stitch as you may require. with a bead on each of the centre stitches. and do one row of each colour. to be about half-a-yard wide altogether. and the loops on the preceding long stitches. but put through the same loop. Cast on one hundred and forty loops. three of white and five of coloured will make it wide enough. as for instance. the easiest manner would be. but omitting the one-loop stitch until you have done two long stitches between each of the long ones. and choose a pretty crochet pattern for the border on each side--say a narrow border of green leaves. drawing the wool quite through. which is done by taking a piece of wool. This is done in the plain double crochet. repeat as before. but that is only used when you require it thick. on a scarlet ground. AND TWO COLOURS IN DOUBLE BERLIN. which is done by three long stitches. but having three long stitches and three loop stitches between. take it up again. They are made up with patent leather sides and bottom. remember to make the long stitches upon the loops. you will now have one loop: make one by drawing the wool through that one. five or seven loops drawn one through the other. OF TREBLE OPEN CROCHET. with . put it underneath and through the next loop but one. also in plain double Berlin wool. you can vary the other part of the bag at pleasure.

crochet four rows all round. crochet one plain row. beginning on the last chain stitches. work a stitch of double plain crochet into the next. for the next twelve. when you are putting on the beads. NECK REST. make eight chain stitches. or edge of the collar. and repeat. commencing with three stitches. will form a leaf. miss two of the foundation. and when you cast on the loops for the foundation. make five chain stitches. make five chain stitches. make four chain stitches. miss two loops of the foundation. make four chain stitches. blue and drab. lilac. join the ends. if done correctly. To pass the cord through. and two pieces of cord round each piece of velvet. leaving three less each time. and so on for eight rows. and repeat. and increasing one in every other. or at least six. You may also do round bags. work round to the top of the other side. the seventh and eighth are done in the plain open crochet. black looks better than coloured. they are generally done in shaded wool. Commence by casting on three hundred loops. until the piece is completed. and work round. Fifth row--work five stitches of double crochet. increasing one stitch at the end. with beads or patterns of another colour. and six colours. upon every alternate stripe. and six black. which is done by making the wrong side of crochet the right. Third row--work three long stitches over the three in the last row. which of course is carried round as the preceding row--First row--make a long stitch. make three chain stitches. AND STEEL BEADS. miss two of the foundation. say scarlet. one row of the open Vandyke treble crochet. you ought to choose a pattern from forty to fifty rows deep. you must increase two stitches at each end row. FOR THE BACK OF A CHAIR.New Guide to Knitting & Crochet. decreasing every three loops. A VERY ELEGANT BAG. First--work along stitch in every loop. IN FRENCH BLUE SILK. Second--work three long stitches into three loops. A BRIOCHE. they are finished with velvet ends. before the three long stitches in last row. they are pretty in stripes of different colours. then take a skein of shaded double Berlin. work another long stitch in the same loop. Cast on ninety loops. and so on. pass a bead up close to the stitch. OR CUSHION. Fourth row--work a long stitch . and repeat one row quite round of the single open crochet. OR TURKISH CUSHION. all different colours are prettier. then commence four loops below. make a round cushion. and finish it. then one row of plain open crochet in every loop. and one in every three. work another long stitch into the same place. you must put your needle through the loop. and commence one stitch below the point of the black. in blue. ORIGINAL PATTERN OF A CROCHET COLLAR. Second row--work a long stitch into the one chain stitch in last row. In working patterns. and eight rows of each colour. twelve pieces are required done in this manner. orange. Cast on one hundred and forty loops. then thread your beads on the blue. be particular to pass the whole between the needle and the wool you are working with. Cast on thirty loops with black wool. and crochet a piece. this is done in the plain double crochet. by Marie Jane Cooper 15 steel at the top. To commence the border. then crochet them all together and six rows completely round the bottom. make one chain stitch. make two chain stitches. work a stitch of double crochet over the one in the last row. in every loop at the corners of the collar. and work till within four of the other side. and repeat. then twelve rows plain. make one chain stitch. and repeat. Fourth round--the same as the third. These are very comfortable for an invalid. and repeat them once when you have finished. then as many rounds as you require for the size of the bag. and cover it with your crochet: put a Brioche mount in the centre. and so on until the bottom is large enough. you will find you have a space in the middle. crochet enough rows to fill this up. green. the following of close crochet. for the first six rounds. Third row--the same as the second. and crochet six plain rows in black.

one row of each colour. These made with two coloured grounds in stripes. make six chain stitches. and commence at the same side. WARM MUFFATEES. and crochet if in shades. crochet one plain row.New Guide to Knitting & Crochet. or 16. four chain stitches. or shaded double Berlin. and one in the middle. IN TREBLE VANDYKE CROCHET. continue in this manner until the shawl is large enough. and a fringe of beads at the bottom. then loop on a fringe. No. then break off your wool. Cast on one hundred and thirty loops. A PLAIN PURSE. about thirty rows is required to make it wide enough. you ought to have three stripes of black. perhaps lilacs and greens on the white ground. ladies' may be done in single wool. it is prettier in two colours. make four loops. they look well with one end square. are very handsome. and vice versa. then commence with four stitches in the single open crochet. and French blue and scarlet on the black. with a narrow stripe of gold colour. this is at the neck. cast on one hundred loops. . increasing one stitch on each side. forty loops in double Berlin. and crochet six rows in double open crochet. they are joined so as to leave it open down the centre. These are to be done in two colours. miss two of the foundation. four shades of each. Cast on for a gentleman. leave all the stitches except twelve at the side. with black stripes between. and increase one stitch at the commencement. say black and white. say shaded blue or scarlet. one of the single another of the double open. SHAWL. by Marie Jane Cooper into the one chain stitch of the last row. continue six stripes of black. some of which are to be found in a book called Crochet Collars. crochet four rows in black. Cast on five loops with black. OR COARSE COTTON. and crochet twenty rounds in shaded wool. then six rows of the chain open crochet. one in the middle. or ribbon. join the stripe to twelve stitches on the other side. and seven of coloured: will make them large enough for a lady. beads may be introduced the same as on purses. say French blue. Cast on five loops. if in wool. Choose any pretty shades. sew these to a cork sole. and so on. and two of coloured. increasing. A MOUCHOIR CASE. WATCH CHAINS. one row of the double open crochet quite round. with the fringe in fleecy. and bind them round the top with ribbon. ANTI-MACASSAR. and lined with silk or satin. be particular to make the long stitches come over the chain. one row of each shade. IN SIX SHADES OF WOOL. and one at the end. between each stripe of the ground. and Ponceau. cast on twelve loops. 14. with a pattern of two colours. RAISED CROCHET SLIPPERS. these must be done in double German wool. Boar's-head cotton. this will form a point on the top of the foot. and repeat: these collars may be worked in many other patterns. and is to be done in the plain double crochet. and a small steel needle is required. TO IMITATE OLD LACE. then two rows of red wool. and crochet round until long enough. four long stitches. you will find them better with some scent in between the lining: they are to be fastened with a pretty button. in the next row. 16 Cast on seventy or eighty loops. with rather a small sized hook. and then a pretty Vandyke edge. seven stripes are wide enough.

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