Monday, December 12, 2011

Spider Web Lace, Free Vintage Pattern

I'm far (like really far) from being any kind of a crochet lace expert, but I do know that this pattern doesn't seem quite spider-y enough.    Just to be sure, I did a quick look over at Google Images, and nope ... definitely not spider lace.     But, The Workbasket, called it spider lace and so will I.

This (public domain) pattern is tucked away in the April 1953 issue of The Workbasket.  Tucked away literally ... a few lines on one page, a section 20 pages later and then the final clip way in the back.   (Do you think they do this to make you search, and perhaps pay more attention to their advertisements along the way?)    But, after scanning, I clipped it together in one document, which I hope you'll be able to use.    

Although not spider ... it would certainly be attractive on almost anything you'd like to apply a handmade edging.  
To print - click to enlarge and then copy/paste to a work document on your computer hard drive.  

Thanks for dropping by, 
Lorrie 

P.S.  brought to you while on vacation by pre-scheduling.   Isn't technology great !

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