The book is officially called Old and New Favorites and is Coats and Clark's Book No 205. They issued it in 1970. All of the patterns are created with Mercerized Cotton Threads.
Knit or Crochet
The front cover sporting a cap and long scarf.
A-839 - Knit Lace Doily measures 14 inches in diameter. It is knitted with 5 Double Pointed Needles, No 0, 10-inch length. You also need a Milwards Steel Crochet Hook No 8.
A-840 - Crochet Lace Stole - This lovely shawl is 30 x 80 inches, excluding fringe. It is crocheted with a Milwards Steel Crochet Hooks, Nos 8 and 10.
A-841 - Crochet Dress is sized 10, 12, 14 and 16. Directions are given in size 10 with changes in parenthesis. It is crocheted with Milwards Steel Crochet Hooks No 4 and No 1/0 (zero).
The 'kini' is sized Small, Medium and Large (Bust 30 - 36; Hips 32.5 - 38). It is crocheted with a Milwards Steel Crochet Hook No. 7. The Tote bag measures 11 x 15 inches and is made with a Milwards Steel Crochet Hook, No 1/0 (zero).
A-845 - Pineapple Tablecloth - WOW ! This cloth measures 72 inches in diameter. It is made with a Milwards Steel Crochet Hook No 7.
A-846 - Crochet Vest and Clothe - Directions are given for Small Size. Changes for medium and Larges sizes are in parentheses. (Bust 32.5 - 38). This is created with a Crochet Hook, Size H.
A-847 - Pineapple Centerpiece or Doily - The doily measures 13.5 inches in diameter. A larger centerpiece measures 18.5 inches. It is crocheted with a Milwards Steel Crochet Hook, No 10.
A-848 - Knit Tunic - Directions are given for Small Size. Changes for Medium and Large Sizes are in parentheses. This is created using 1 pair No 4 knitting needles. You will also need a neck opening zipper, 7 inches long.
The back cover sports an attractive fringed bedspread.
Now, are you ready for the most interesting trivia about this book? The cap and scarf pattern AND the bedspread on the back cover are not included in the patterns. I went through this book at least a half dozen times searching ... and, NOPE ... not in here. I think this may be the first time I've seen this. (Or better said ... not seen ... lol). Oh, and don't forget to check out the bowl on the Pineapple Centerpiece or Doily. Are those fish in the bowl?
My favorite is the tunic. I'd knit one of these, if I possessed the talent. I think the 'kini' is also quite intriguing ... just not on my body. How about you. Anything of these you like?
I've listed the book, in PDF format, in my shop. A couple of the patterns are available individually; with links below their respective pictures.
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