Vintage CROCHET PDF Pattern ❤️ WATERMARKED PATTERN in U.S.A. terms
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TO MAKE: Retro 1970s
1. Empire Gown
2. Scarf/Stole (no pic ever created)
Vintage Empire Gown just made it into the 1970s! Towards the end of the 1960s, filet crochet had become a sensation. It started in the winter with long, flowing scarves and then just continued on to the 1970s probably because it's easy and quick to do, and an ideal medium for the popular peekaboo look when worn over clinging underpinnings. This empire peekaboo gown was a new special creation! Enjoy! - wink and smiles - See pics for pattern info and ZOOM for better view of stitches.
Small 8 - 10, Medium 12 - 14, Large 16 - 18
Scarf measures about 9 x 64 inches
Knitting Worsted 4-Ply
Crochet hook size K and size 15
Metal Neck Opening Zipper, 20-inch length
2 yards narrow metal chain
2 yards narrow elastic
1 snap fastener
Gauge: size K hook with double yarn - 3 sts = 1 1/4 inches; size 15 hook with double yarn - 2 sc = 1 inch= 6" square
Note: use 2 strands of yarn held together throughout (always LOVE that!)
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