Suitable for use in many different needlecrafts.
I recharted this from a chart in a 1917 pattern book. I've posted on this site a Fleur-de-lis Crocheted Handbag pattern, where a color design of this chart is crocheted in on the handbag.
|Chart is shown here done as a filet crochet design (starting chains given below) but is suitable for many different needlework applications:|
Cross stitch on aida cloth, cross stitch on a crocheted single crochet or afghan stitch background, crocheting or knitting the color design in on a piece, needlepoint, loom beadwork or adapted for peyote and other beading techniques, pieced quilt blocks.
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When Working the Chart in Filet Crochet
For a 4 double crochet mesh: Chain 82, plus 3 (which counts as first double crochet of first row) plus chain 2 (for the chain-2 of first open mesh). To form first open mesh, dc in 9th chain from hook.
For a 3 double crochet mesh: Chain 55, plus 3 (which counts as first double crochet of first row) plus chain 1 (for the chain-1 of first open mesh). To form first open mesh, dc in 8th chain from hook.
Basics in How to Do Filet Crochet, here:
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Chart was originally printed in Crochet Design, published in 1917 by M. Heminway & Sons Silk Co. The chart from the book was not a good quality when scanned so I recharted it to make it easier for you to work from.
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