Old Coats & Clark crochet instructions needed

Old Coats & Clark crochet instructions needed

Post by PamBe » Wed, 23 Jun 1999 04:00:00



I had for years and recently lost two Coats & Clark pamphlets containing
designs for thread crochet.  They were called Fanciworks and Crocheted
Elegance.  One of these had a design for either a bedspread or a tablecloth
called, I think, Queen Anne's Lace.  I started making a few of these motifs a
year or so ago, with the thought that I would use up some of my excess crochet
cotton and make a table runner or mat.  Anyhow, I seem to have lost these
booklets, and I don't even remember which of them contained the instructions I
was using.  I'm not expert enough to be able to recreate the instructions by
looking at the already-completed motifs.  I bought these booklets probably
twenty years ago, and I presume they are out of print.  I could not find them
on the C&C website, and Hard-To-Find-Needlework-Books doesn't have them,
either.  If anyone has the booklet with the instructions I need, could you
please email me?  Thanks.

Pam
Miami FL

 
 
 

Old Coats & Clark crochet instructions needed

Post by Madeleine Norma » Wed, 23 Jun 1999 04:00:00


I think I may have both of these. Hang tight and I will check thru my
multitude of books.
Quote:

> I had for years and recently lost two Coats & Clark pamphlets containing
> designs for thread crochet.  They were called Fanciworks and Crocheted
> Elegance.  One of these had a design for either a bedspread or a tablecloth
> called, I think, Queen Anne's Lace.  I started making a few of these motifs a
> year or so ago, with the thought that I would use up some of my excess crochet
> cotton and make a table runner or mat.  Anyhow, I seem to have lost these
> booklets, and I don't even remember which of them contained the instructions I
> was using.  I'm not expert enough to be able to recreate the instructions by
> looking at the already-completed motifs.  I bought these booklets probably
> twenty years ago, and I presume they are out of print.  I could not find them
> on the C&C website, and Hard-To-Find-Needlework-Books doesn't have them,
> either.  If anyone has the booklet with the instructions I need, could you
> please email me?  Thanks.

> Pam
> Miami FL


 
 
 

Old Coats & Clark crochet instructions needed

Post by Mary Fishe » Thu, 24 Jun 1999 04:00:00



Quote:
> I had for years and recently lost two Coats & Clark pamphlets containing
> designs for thread crochet.  They were called Fanciworks and Crocheted
> Elegance.  One of these had a design for either a bedspread or a
tablecloth
> called, I think, Queen Anne's Lace.  I started making a few of these
motifs a
> year or so ago, with the thought that I would use up some of my excess
crochet
> cotton and make a table runner or mat.  Anyhow, I seem to have lost these
> booklets, and I don't even remember which of them contained the
instructions I
> was using.  I'm not expert enough to be able to recreate the instructions
by
> looking at the already-completed motifs.  I bought these booklets probably
> twenty years ago, and I presume they are out of print.  I could not find
them
> on the C&C website, and Hard-To-Find-Needlework-Books doesn't have them,
> either.  If anyone has the booklet with the instructions I need, could you
> please email me?  Thanks.

> Pam
> Miami FL

These titles may not be the same as those used in UK. Have you a reference
number?

Mary B

 
 
 

Old Coats & Clark crochet instructions needed

Post by j. s » Mon, 28 Jun 1999 04:00:00


I have found a pat for 'Queen Anne's Lace'
tablecloth in Coats and clark's book no.104.
The book is titled 'Crochet Favorites' and in
smaller letters old and new. If you email me
your name and address I would be happy to
either photocopy the picture and pattern and
mail to you or I might be able to find you a
copy of the book since I garage sale every
weekend and have seen this book many times.
Hope this helps.    j.s. toronto.canada
Quote:

> I had for years and recently lost two Coats & Clark pamphlets containing
> designs for thread crochet.  They were called Fanciworks and Crocheted
> Elegance.  One of these had a design for either a bedspread or a tablecloth
> called, I think, Queen Anne's Lace.  I started making a few of these motifs a
> year or so ago, with the thought that I would use up some of my excess crochet
> cotton and make a table runner or mat.  Anyhow, I seem to have lost these
> booklets, and I don't even remember which of them contained the instructions I
> was using.  I'm not expert enough to be able to recreate the instructions by
> looking at the already-completed motifs.  I bought these booklets probably
> twenty years ago, and I presume they are out of print.  I could not find them
> on the C&C website, and Hard-To-Find-Needlework-Books doesn't have them,
> either.  If anyone has the booklet with the instructions I need, could you
> please email me?  Thanks.

> Pam
> Miami FL

 
 
 

Old Coats & Clark crochet instructions needed

Post by Catherine Hine » Thu, 08 Jul 1999 04:00:00


I have the Queens Annes Lace tablecloth on my patterns page at

www.geocities.com/Heartland/6910/

Catherine


Quote:
> I think I may have both of these. Hang tight and I will check thru my
> multitude of books.


> > I had for years and recently lost two Coats & Clark pamphlets containing
> > designs for thread crochet.  They were called Fanciworks and Crocheted
> > Elegance.  One of these had a design for either a bedspread or a
tablecloth
> > called, I think, Queen Anne's Lace.  I started making a few of these
motifs a
> > year or so ago, with the thought that I would use up some of my excess
crochet
> > cotton and make a table runner or mat.  Anyhow, I seem to have lost
these
> > booklets, and I don't even remember which of them contained the
instructions I
> > was using.  I'm not expert enough to be able to recreate the
instructions by
> > looking at the already-completed motifs.  I bought these booklets
probably
> > twenty years ago, and I presume they are out of print.  I could not find
them
> > on the C&C website, and Hard-To-Find-Needlework-Books doesn't have them,
> > either.  If anyone has the booklet with the instructions I need, could
you
> > please email me?  Thanks.

> > Pam
> > Miami FL