[HNW] bedspread pattern with roses
Carol.Knight at chsys.org
Thu Jan 15 12:56:10 PST 2004
Whoa! I KNOW that Pattern! There are TWO of those in my closet at home! One,
crocheted by my Grandmother and once crocheted by HER Mother, at almost the
I have memories of playing in my Grandmother's den as a child, while the
couches and chairs were filled with female relatives, crocheting. It would
start in the bronco-lounger to the left, with my Grandmother, To her left
was her Mother (Memaw Holt), then Aunt Bell (my Grandfather's cousin), and
then my other Great-grandmother (Memaw Cole, my Grandfather's Mother) and
then my Mother, on the fare right. Sometimes my grandmother's baby sister
(aunt Edith)would come and join in, too.
Many a bedspread and doily came out of those sessions. <G>
Thanks for the Memories!!!!
And I have printed off the pattern...
Somewhere in my collection at home, I have the pattern for a coronation
medallion that can be made into runners, or tablecloths....
It is from 1953, as I recall.....
I made it up and it turns out to be an almost perfect replica of the British
Crown that I believe is called the St. Edwards crown?
From: Judy [mailto:judy at white-works.com]
Sent: Thursday, January 15, 2004 02:34 PM
To: Historic Needlework
Subject: [HNW] bedspread pattern with roses
Here's one for you.
> 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
> know. I have been keeping an eye out for years. My departed
> made two of these bedspread and I loved them. I always wanted one for
> Penny Ladnier
> Owner, The Costume Gallery & Costume Classroom
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