[HNW] Crochet patterns

Lisa Sinervo Lisa-list at thrednedlestrete.com
Thu Jan 15 06:42:18 PST 2004


Penny, my mom, the hoarder has quite a few crochet patterns, no doubt ones
from the 70's.  I can't remember what Ali McGraw's hat looked like.  Do you
have a like to a photo at all.  If so, I can have a look at my mom's
collection and see what I can come up with.

Lisa Sinervo


----- Original Message -----
From: "Penny Ladnier" <penny at costumegallery.com>
To: "h-needlework" <h-needlework at ansteorra.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 14, 2004 11:49 PM
Subject: [HNW] Crochet patterns


> I have taken up crochet again... last time I crocheted was in 1976... very
> easy thing to do without hurting my back or eyesight.  I crocheted one of
> those long scarves for my daughter.  These scarves are fashionable now.
She
> is wanting one of those crocheted hats like Ali McGraw wore in the film
Love
> Story.  Does anyone know where to find this pattern?
>
> I am also looking for a pattern that was published in Family Circle or
> Woman's Day magazine in the late 1970s or early 1980s.  It was a white
> bedspread with large blocks about 18 inches square.  In the center of each
> square is a rose that was kinda 3-D... the color of the rose was red or a
> rosy pink colored.  If anyone has or runs across this pattern, please let
me
> know.  I have been keeping an eye out for years.  My departed
mother-in-law
> made two of these bedspread and I loved them.  I always wanted one for
> myself.
>
> BTW, while at Ben Franklins Crafts & More tonight, I picked up a free
> pattern for a long crocheted knee length vest like the ones from the
1970s.
> My daughter is dying to have one.
>
> Yes, the 1970s is now considered historic!!!!!!!! Some like to say vintage
> but it is still historic.
>
> Penny Ladnier
> Owner, The Costume Gallery & Costume Classroom
> www.costumegallery.com
> www.costumeclassroom.com
>
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