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For Your Bathroom - Vintage-Crochet-Patterns

Copyright © 2004, Garrison Hollow Publishing. You may forward or reprint this publication only in its entirety, without alteration. BETWEEN ISSUES FREE PATTERN

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Copyright 2004, Garrison Hollow Publishing. You may forward or reprint this publication only in its entirety, without alteration. BETWEEN ISSUES FREE PATTERN For more patterns from the past, visit us at: or Please share this pattern with all your crochet friends! (Note: These products may no longer be available. You ll need to substi-tute with yarn and colors of your choice.) Materials: Clark s O. N. T. Rug yarn 5 balls of main color and 3 balls of contrasting color Rug and Afghan Hook size G Gauge: 3 dc make 1 inch; 3 rows make 2 inches. Seat Cover With main color, ch 19 (to measure 6 inches. 1st Row: Dc in 4th ch from hook and in each ch across (17 dc count-ing 1st ch-3 as first dc) Ch 3 turn. 2nd Row: Dc in 1st dc (an in-crease) and in each dc across, 2 dc in top st of turning ch (another in-crease, 19 sts in all). Repeat 2nd row 5 more times (29 sts). Ch 3 turn. 8th Row: Dc in each st across (29 sts). Ch 3 turn. 9th Row: Repeat 2nd row (31 sts). Ch 3 turn. 10th and 11th Rows: Repeat 8th and 9th rows. 12th to 15th Rows: Repeat 8th row (33 sts). Ch 3 turn. 16th Row: (Yarn over, insert hook in next dc and pull loop through, yarn over and draw through 2 loops) 3 times; yarn over and draw through all loops on hook (2 sts decreased), dc in each st across to last 2 dc, (yarn over, insert hook in next dc an pull loop through, yarn over and draw through 2 loops) twice; yarn over, insert hook in top of turning ch and pull loop through, yarn over and draw through 2 loops, yarn over and draw through all loops on hook (2 more sts de-creased). Ch 3, turn (29 sts). 17th to 21st Rows incl: Repeat 16th row (9 sts). Fasten off. Borders: 1st Row: Attach main color at one end of foundation chain and work sc s along curved edge only, in-creasing as necessary to keep work flat. Ch 3, turn. 2nd Row: Dc in next st and in each st across, increasing sts as neces-sary to keep work flat. 3rd Row: Attach contrasting color in top st of starting chain of last row, ch 5, dtr in front loop only of each st across. Fasten off. 4th Row: Attach main color in top st of starting chain of last row, ch 5. To achieve ridge; * Yarn over hook insert hook in both loops of next st on last row, insert hook in remain-ing loop of corresponding st on row before last, pull loop through and finish as for dc. Repeat from * across, increasing as necessary to keep work flat. Ch 3, turn. 5th an 6th Rows: With main color, work dc in each st across, increasing as necessary to keep work flat. Ch 3, turn. Beading * Skip 2 sts, sc in next st, ch 3. Re-peat from * along curved edge. Fas-ten off. Run tape through beading. Initial Cut 3 strands of contrasting color, each 3 yards long and twist strands tightly. Double these twisted strands and give them a second twist in the opposite direction. Draw desired initial on paper and center it on Seat Cover. Sew cord in place following drawing. Tear off paper. Rug Size 24 x 36 inches Center With main color, ch 50 (to measure 17 inches). 1st Row: dc in 4th ch from hook and in each ch across (48 dc, count-ing 1st ch-3 as 1 dc). Ch 3, turn. Page 1 For Your Bathroom Crochet this Bathroom set, origi-nally published by the Spool Cot-ton Co., in 1941. Copyright 2004, Garrison Hollow Publishing. You may forward or reprint this publication only in its entirety, without alteration. BETWEEN ISSUES FREE PATTERN Page 2 For Your Bathroom Materials:Clark s O. N. T. Brilliant , 2 balls. Milward s Steel Crochet Hook No. 9 or 10 A towel and face cloth Cat Head Starting at center, ch 3. 1st Row: 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook. Do not join rows. 2nd Row: 2 sc in each sc around. 3rd Row: * Sc in next sc, inc. in next sc by making 2 sc in 1 st. Re-peat from * around. Continue to make sc around, increasing where necessary to keep work flat, until circle measures 1 inch in diameter. Sl st in next 2 sc; fasten off. Body Work as for head, but make circle 2 inches in diameter. Fasten off. 2nd Row: Dc in next dc and in each ch across. Ch 3, turn. Repeat 2nd row until piece measures 28 inches. Fasten off. Border Attach Main color in 3rd st from corner to narrow end. 1st Row: Work sc s all around, making 3 sc s at corners. Join with sl st in 1st sc made. 2nd Row: Ch 3, dc in next st and in each st around, increasing as nec-essary at corners to keep work flat. Join with sl st to top st of 1st ch-3 made. Drop main color, attach con-trasting color. 3rd Row: Ch 5 dtr in front loop only of each st around. Join to top st of 1st ch-5 made. Drop contrasting color, pick up main color. 4th Row: Ch 3, to achieve ridge * Yarn over hook insert hook in both loops of next st on last row, insert hook in remaining loop of corre-sponding st on row before last, pull loop through and finish as for dc. Repeat from * around, increasing at corners to keep work flat. Join. Drop main color, pick up contrast-ing color. 5th to 8th Rows: Repeat 3rd and 4th rnds, alternately twice. Fasten off. Initial Cut 4 strands of contrasting color, each 4 yards long. Make cord and apply to Rug same as on Seat Cover. Make these Cats to appliqu on towels to complete Bathroom, originally published by the Spool Cotton Co., in 1941. Tail: Ch 21, sc in 2nd ch from hook, half dc in next 4 sc. Dc in next 115 ch. Fasten off. With matching sewing thread, sew pieces onto corner of face cloth as in picture. With double strand of Brilliant embroider whiskers and ears in straight stitch and fence in outline stitch. Make 2 more cats. Sew onto towel, and embroider as pictured. General Information: Gauge For perfect results you number of stitches and rows should correspond with that in the directions. Before starting your article, make a small sample of the stitch. If your work tension is to tight or too loose, use a finer or coarser needle, to obtain the correct gauge. Blocking Directions Using rust-proof pins, pin individ-ual pieces right-side-down on Turk-ish towels. Press with hot iron, through a damp cloth. When thor-oughly dry, remove pins. Sugar Stiffening Make a thin syrup by boiling about 1/3 cup of sugar with 1 cup of water for about 5 minutes. Dip the article in the syrup when it is cool enough to handle, remove and pull into shape following original measure-ments and outline. Then let dry.

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