Southern Belle Pattern Pack

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Southern Belle Pattern Pack Pattern

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Crocheting: Southern Belle Pattern Pack
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Other

Skill Level:

advanced skill level requirement Expert

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • ch sts
  • sc
  • hdc
  • dc
  • trc
  • dtrc
  • dc dec
  • shell
  • double shell
  • triple shell
  • dc cluster
  • fpdc

Pattern Description:

I love crinoline girl doilies. They are so versatile - use as doilies, appliques, on quilt blocks, on pillow fronts and so on. One is only limited by the imagination! In designing each of these crinolines, I had the Southern Belle in mind of ages past. These are little larger than the crinolines I've designed in the past and have more complicated stitching or pattern design. I hope you enjoy the three selected for our first pattern pack!

Gauge:

2 rows = 1/2"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 10 1/4" T x 9 3/4" W (Miss Belle) / 10 3/4" T x 11 1/4" W w/o parasol (Miss Charlotte)

Materials:

  • 1 350-yd ball 100% cotton thread, size 10 ea (bridal blue, & white)
  • 1 150-yd ball 100% cotton thread, size 10 ea (med blue, flesh or cream, lt pink, med pink)
  • 1 ball (122 yds) Lizbeth size 10 thread in ea (lilac dk & lilac med) by Handy Hands, Inc
  • Sm amt Lizbeth size 10 thread in ea (cream or ecru, fern green med & white)
  • Steel crochet hook size 8 USA (1.50 mm)

You Will Also Need:

  • 1-yd (1/8" W) ribbon (lt blue) Miss Belle
  • 1/3-yd ea (1/8" W) ribbon (med blue & white) Miss Belle
  • glue gun/glue

Suggested yarn:

3650 yards of Lace weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Lizbet size 10 thread by Handy Hands and DMC Traditions or Aunt Lydia's

Colorway:

bridal blue, white, med blue, flesh or cream, lt pink, med pink, lilac dk, lilac med, cream or ecru, fren green med

About Designer

About Designer

Cylinda Mathews on craftsy.com

Crochet Memories was founded in January 1997 after deciding to publish my patterns on the internet. I'm Cylinda Mathews, owner and designer. I began my designing career in the early 1980's in my quest to find unique thread patterns. I enjoy creating beautiful and unique projects for my family and customers, but by 1996, I was ready for a career in selling my original designs.

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