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HOME ^W^ORK.

A CHOICE collp:ctioisi

OF

Useful Designs for the Crochet and

Knitting Needle.

HAMlLTCmoPUBLlG LIBRA?,?

VALUABLE RECIPES FOR THE TOILET.

NUMEROUS ILLUSTRATIONS.

Collected^ Corrected and Arranged by A.M.

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Toronto:

ROSE PUBLISHING CO. (Ltd.)

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Entered accurding to Act of the Parliament of Canada, in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one, by the Rose ,Fublishino

Company (Limited), at the Department of Agriculture.

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Toronto.

PREFACE.

•»

Home Work is a useful book.

It is published with

the hope that it will prove a pleasure and a help in very

many homes.

Home Work contains a great variety of choice designs

for the crochet and knitting needle, and some valuable

recipes for the toilet. Some of the crochet and knitting

patterns are very simple, and some as elaborate as could

be desired.

All are useful, and each has an attractive-

ness of its own.

An earnest effort has been made to avoid erroi*s in the

preparation of the material for this work, and it is be-

lieved that a fair measure of success has crowned the

labors of all concerned in its publication.

It is certainly

the most elaborate book of the kind ever placed before

the ladies of this country ; full of good things, artistic,

ornamental, a convenient volume, a lasting joy.

Home Work is not put

forth as a guide to the art of

crocheting and knitting, but as a companion for those

who love to crochet and knit.

It does not teach the

rudiments of needle work, but it comes to aid and delight

IV

PREFACE.

those who, having learned that pretty stitches may be

made with the crochet or knitting needle, desire to go on

to the accomplishment of something artistic and useful.

Directions are given for making the narrowest edging,

and the fuD-sizod counterpane, the most intricate laces

and the simplest trimming. The designs for the various

articles of wearing apparel will be found, it is believed,

especially acceptable.

It may be well to remind the

reader that if difficulties are met with in the working

of any of the patterns, the necessary assistance may be

obtained by referring to the directions at the commence-

ment of each part, where the abbreviations used through-

out the book and the method of making a great variety

of stitches are fully explained.

The recipes contained in Home Work do not belong to

the book proper, but they are added because they can be

recommended, in the hope that they will take the place

on the toilet table of injurious articles, and for the fur-

ther reason that they will prove the saving of many

dollars to those who have not the money to throw away

on expensive preparations.

INDEX.

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PART I. -Crochet Work—Crochet Stitches.

 

I'AdK (

 

PAOK

Terms I'setl in Crochet

9

MiiHcovitc Tricot Stitch

10

A Word of Advice

Mii.ssol Stitch

12

Afjc hail or Tricot Stitch

16

Open Shell Stivch

1

Basket Stitch

19

Point Nei^e Stilch

tV)

Hrai<le<l Stitch

1.3

Poinjjon, to iiuike a

V'l

Cockle >hell Stitch, No. 1

19

Puff Stitch

'JO

Cockle Shell »• tit.h, No. 2

1!)

ItcviTsilile stitch for Af^flinii

H

Coiled Crochet Stitch

20

Scotrh Thistle i>atleni

21

Crazv Stitch

18

Shell Stitch

10

Crossed Treble Stitch

1.

I

Star Stitch, No 1

1/

!)o>ible Oohelin Stitch

12

Star

litch, No. 2 .

18

 

I

FiiKot Stitch

15

'

Striped Stitch.

14

(Jolicliii Stitch

.

11

Treble Tricot Stitch.

20

(luipiire, or Spider-web Stitch

14

Crochet Patterns.

Acadia Point Lace

Af^rhan, Crazy

"

"

"

"

for Haby Carria^je

Roman Stripe for

Square for

in Tricot Stiich

31

240

243

243

242

24(»

Cantoii

Lace, wide

Cape with Pompons

'

in Star Stiich

" Vandyke

Carleton Lace, narrow Cathcart Lace, with rosette

-Vfton Lace, narrow

6

C'hambord Lace

.

.

-Alameda h^lginif, narrow

26

Chelsea I'.djrc, narrow

Albert Shell Point

81

Chemise Hand

.Mcestra Lace, wide

!)(>

Yoke

152,

-Mexandria Lac;e

80

Chcrrvfleld Lace

2

fl--

9

221

220

23

1

82

78

150

1.''4, 155

90

Amberley Point Lac« Amherst I.ace, wide

.\ncaster Lace, wide

Aiidover I^ace

.\nti(|ue Insertion

Apron Triniiiiin},'

IW'caro Lace

Haldwin I^ace Halmoral Lace Haltimore Insertion Hamberfj E<lffe, narrow

Banbury Antinue Insertion.

Handtt Lat-e, wide Beauport Insertion

Bedford Lace Bee Hive Lace

Block Lace

Boa

Bootie, Infant's in Single Crocrhct

"

•'

"

Braid

"

"

in Star stitch

in

Tricot stitch

and Crotchet Trimniinj^

Braid Trinin.inK

Braid Triinininj,', fancy

Ciimbray Lai-e, narrow

n.t

 

Clock-wheel I.ace

 

'Ah

1 1

^

Clover Leaf Kd^'c

 

2!),

5

1 'O

 

Coat for Habv in Point Ncij^e hti ch

225

125

Collar for Child

 

1 S2

145

"

|10)j'

1^1

101

Conm<'ni>ia

 

187

f W

Cover for Piano or Or^ran Stool

 

Uit

78

Counterpane, (rocbet and Scrim

12

lt«

 

Ttifted

177

147

i

Crazy Pattern Lai c

 

48

7.-i

Cro( het

ii<l Braid

Trimn.in(jr

5 "7

I

1^1

Curtain Lace

 

ISO

 

I

H'2

 

l)alrymi>le Kd^c

 

3i

144

j

!

Daiiby Lace, narrow

MO

lot

Darnioy Lace, narrow

 

27

79

Darrell' Laie

 

48

74

'/[in

Deeji Saw Tooth l^ce Kexter Point Kd injf

71

115

.

227

Dia ond liace

89

23

"

I.Ace, open

i2

.229-231

Kick-rack, wide

140

i37

Doj? Collar

1>6

1.30

129

21

Dorset Kd^finj,', wide

Double T Lace

Dou!{lits LJice

S)3

53

>'6

VI

INDEX.

 

i'AHR

Dresden Lace witn corner

128

Early lAce

 

66

Eaton Lace, narrow

83

Economy Lace, wide

62

Edveley Locie

'M

KifBert Iia<-e, wide

94

KlKin hiHcrtion

141

Elniira IiiMortion

142

Ely Lace

09

Falkirk .Shell Luce, narrow

25

Fan hiHertion

141

Fan Ijace, Florenta

72

 

Half open

30

"

Rebecca's

47

Fascinator

235

in Cockle * hell Stitch

2;«

"

inStarbtitch Feather Kd^e

234

181

 

"

Braid Lace

184

"

narrow Fintona Lace, narrow

133

31

Florence Lace

07

Florenta Fan Lace

72

Fordyce Insertion

143

Forfar Latie

 

99

Frinjfe, Crocheted

186

(Jaletta Lace

 

37

Garland liOce, nar ow

32

(farters

184

(Jenoa S<;allop Lace

^6

Ooodwood Ijace, narrow

20

(Ireek Pattern Liu-e

90

Guipure Insertion

119

Guipure Lace

80

Hairpin Crotihet

201

Half Open Fan I-at-e

30

Half Square for Sides of (^uilt

174

HalfWheel Lace

33

Halston l^ace

40

Hampden l/jce, n irrow

28

Hardinge Loire

31

Harlem I'^lffe, narrow

Head Rest in Af^'han Stitch

Twistc<l

'28

245

'246

Heavy Wed>ce l-ju-e

70

Hootl, Child's, in Silk

200

" Infant's

205

" Mother Hubbard

203

" in Star Stitch

204

Horn of Plenty Tidy

168

Insertion, Antique *

145

 

Baltimore

147

"

Banbury Antique

161

"

Beau>)ort

144

Elgin

141

"

Hlmira

142

Fan

141

Fonlyce

143

"

Guipure

149

"

No elty Braid

189

Pine Apple

01, 142

IrenaLace

75

Islay Lace, narrow

26

Jacket, Child's Shell

210

I'AUH

Knotted Lace, wide

113

Ijambre(|uin, Macrcme Cord

194

Match Receiver

200

Medallion Braid TrinuninK

136

Me<lallion I.Ace

lOU

Mikado Frn Lace

63

 

La e

61

Mittens, Baby's

289

 

1^1 v's .lersev

287

Mitts, Lady's" half-hand

238

Muff, Little Girl's

283

"

in Tricot Stitch

836

Nets for Horse's Eai"8

107

Night Net

187

Novelty Braid Fklge

133, 135, 137

Novelty Braid Insertion

139

Oju'ii I >iamond Lace

62

Organ Stool Cover

180

Oyster Shell Lace

61

Palm Lace

67

Pansy Lace

41

Piano Stool Co^er

180

Pine Apple Edginjf

127

"

Insertion

142

"

with Insertion

91

I^-e

67

Point Lace, Aca<lia

39

 

Aniberlev

85

Albert Shell

81

'

Narrow Raglan

81

Solina

49

Sumas

44

Pop Corn Tidy

166

Preston Wheel Lace

60

Prim Wheel Lace

60

Prosjjcct Lace, narrow

31

Purse, Long Crochete<i

196

Quilt,

Half-Square for

174

"

109, 175

Square for Raglan Point, narrow

Rehecca's Fan Lace Rick-rack Edging

"

Lat^e, narrow

Rigolette in Shell Stitch

Ring Lmre

Roman Key or Greek Pattern

Roman Stripe for Afghan

Rosette for Tidy

Sac(iue, Baby's

"

in Ci-azv Stitch

Child's Shell."

Child's Shell and Star Stitch

" iTifant's in SUr Stitch

Saw Tooth Lare, deep

Sea Shell I^ce

Selby Lace, narrow

Shawl, lK)rder for in Crazy Stitch

Shelburne Lace

Skirt, Flounce<l in Roman Stripe

"

" Stripefl

"

Wavy

Slippei-8

31

47

126

131

284

122

90

243

168

208

200

210

212

200

71

112

24

226

224

64

210

216

218

216

247

INDEX.

Vll

SIiiiiiImt Itoltf

Simnlwjr Roll

Sinokint; Cap

Sofa I'jllow

Soliiia Point I^ct'

Spartan Lai'v Spider liOce, wide

Sipiarc for Afghan

"

forQuUt

forTldy Star for Tidy

Stflltt Lace, narrow

"

I'.MtK

"iMS

244

20:i

240

49

-iQ

U (I

242

161), 176

1H4

167

i:i

I'

Tidy Palttrh>., Wheel for

Tol»ac<'o llujf

Trenton Loc', narrow Tusket l^ci", narrow

Vandyke l-klK"

N'esta Lace, narrow

Vest, Lady's

Waste Kasket, Macrenie

Wat<li Chain, Heail Wave Hraid KdjjinK

Wave Hraid Trimming;

We<l>{e Lace, heavy

Stoco I^ce

 

40

Welcome Lace, narrow

Siiinus

Point I^cc

44

Weldon 1 Jice, narrow

Surrey Trininiinj,'

88

Wheel Oesiifii

Tal)Ie Mats

102

Wheel Lace, ( 'loik

 

Kuttcrfly

1S8

Half

 

"

Three Chain Uxcv

41

Preston

Tidv Patterns

161, 161)

Prim

 

Horn of Plenty

108

Wheel Tilly

KM),

 

" I'opCorn

10 5

Wheel for Tidy

" Rosette for

168

Whisk Hrooinholder

" S(|uare for

161

Wisawasa Ijioe, narrow

Star for

167

Yoke Crocheted

 

Wheel

160,104

' Chemise

162, 164,

AIIK

•i»M

23

28

80

232

801

192

139

138

76

32

27

182

86

33

fiO

00

164

102

11)8

29

123

165

PART II. -Knitted Work -Knitting Stitches.

Terms used in Knitting

250

Ix>op Knit tinK

lirioche Stitch

261

Plaitetl .Stitch

( 'al)le

Pattern for Stripe

261

Railroad Knitting

Cable or Twist Stitch

 

262

Raspberry Stitch

Fa^ot Stitch

Honey Comb Pattern 1

260

265

Spider Patterns

I.

II

III.

IV

Honey Comb Pattern II

2.'i6

Spider Patterns Twist or Cable Stitch

Lattice Pattern

267

KnittinsT Patterns.

 

Ada's Shell Lace

2D4

Daisy Lace

Appleby Lace

274

Daisy's Shell Edging

Aunt ( anny's Lace

 

2&6

Diamond Edging

Redspread

rZ3, 370, 373,

374

Diamond Lace with Blonde Edge

Helmina Lace

264

Dotted Lace

Berna's Torchon I^ce

 

884

Dundee Lace

Bexley Lace, Brood

 

837

Dunmore Lace

Birnam Lace

827

Dunsford Shell Lace

Bootees, Infant's

 

352

Elsie Edging

Chilton Lace

286

English Lace

Claremont Lace

330

English Point

Clayton Lace

277

English Torchon Lace

Clifton Lace.

329

English I^ace, wide

Collar Pattern, No.

1.

337

Ettrick Lact

 

No.

2.

339

Eyiet Edging

No.

3.,

340

Fancy Scroll

Lace

No.

4.

341

Fluted Lace

No.

5.

342

Fluted Lace with Edge

No.

6.

342

French Lace

Collar, Vandyke

335

Gaiters

Colorado Edging^

 

316

Geneva Lace

Combination Lace

317

German Lace

Conch Shell Lace

291

Gowrie Lace

Counterpane, Rose Leaf

369

Granby Lace

Leaf

361

Grandmother's Edging

 

Shell for

,

374

Granton Edging

268

262

257

253

254

265

262

969

319

£60

285

889

280

268

296

269

275

272

276

322

289

273

803

28*

297

298

346

297

270

264

288

270

268

vm

INDEX.

 

I'M IK

 

I-AHK

Ili-iiHiill l,iu-c

 

:{ji

Leaf Lace, I'ahn

261

ll<>rririu)Miiii' l.acc

8

(t

I'oll.v'HOak

200

 

"

lliinnirn LiKf

 

825

Perfection

SIB

llilloii \.wv

27!»

Scroll

2<W

llolmrl i;il;,'iii;f

2M)

Marllioroii^fh La«!o

290

Hoop K<l','iii;,'

2(111

Murmion Laco

VM

lilii'H I'liiUil Laco

:»(t4

Mechlin I.ace

282

Inwrtioii, lK)tt<(|

2-9

Miami Kd^f, wide

8(Kt

.

.

.

"

Koiilili' Hose U'af

270

Mika<lo Lace

 

29i)

Kiiy:linli

21>2

Mitten, Child'H

354

Kscntl

27U

" How of Hearts on back

355

Klnii

V8l

"

Fancy

850

Cniiilky

2S.3

MittB, Child'H

 

354

"

(Iniiiloii

2.'')8

Moira S(piarc liace

808

"

Ki'ii'liill

'. 7;{

Netherby Lace

321

Mi'iliiiit I'a.ifl

 

'.m

Newsf adt

Lace

307

"

.NJiilimr, widi! .

UM

Normandy Lace

2^7

Oak I,e.if

?(«!

Normantly Lace, liclle'u

319

(KM

2«-<

Point \jSu-c

 

205

"

I'aliii [,caf

 

20.')

Point Lace Pattern

878

Ilosf Leaf

" Sinvina

"

Siiiiflt'

Diamond

'

Toiclion

Triangle

Tunisian

Vine

.K.:-ke(, InfanlH

Kate's Dci-jt blii'll Lace

Keswick Lace

Kihlare IvJuMiij?

Kiljjorie K<Ik«

Kerry K(^K'in^J

Lattice Pattern K(l;ce

Lf af

Leaf

Leaf

•'

"

"

'

K(t(?inii for Counterpane

ana Acroii Lace

Lace, Am v's Double Apple

'

HosHie's

Hetsv's Rose

Cane

Double Clover

Dou1)le Oak

:J<W

»01

SO

281

323

.'V2t

302

349

3:W

201

203

2'*2

290

300

811

318

226

288

263

318

274

267

280

•'

lieslie's Double Hose Leaf. 315

Oak

262

Purse

Hose Kdtfinjf

Sack, Itabv's

Shawl, Shoulder

Shell Kdfie Diamond Lace-

Shirt, Itaby'ti

Skull Cap,' elderly Lady'H

Skirt, Arrow Pattern

Sniilax Lace

Smyrna l^ace

Tidy, Apple Leaf Coral

Shell

"

"

"

Old-fashioned Shell

Torchon Edge

Triangle Lace and Insertion

Tunisian Loce

?, B, 8.9, Lace

Vandyke Edging Vest for Lady

Vine and Shell Lace Wrister

Wristlets

Shellwork

PART III. -The Toilet.

Fou TMK F^cb:

Face Powders

Glycerine Preparations

"

Cream

with Camphor Ice

Cold C reJim

Rose Cream

Milk of Hoses

Tan and Freckles, to remove

Blackheods, to remove Moth Patches

Lait Virginal Marie Antionette's Wash

For the Hair ;

-

Erasmus Wilson's Lotion Dandruff, to remove

15av Rum

370

377

377

377

378

378

378

378

3"9

379

379

380

38C

380

380

To lighten color of Hair Fluffy Hair, to make

Curling Fluid

For tiik Hands :

Ointment for the Hands To Whiten the Hands

Pomade for the Hands

Phrpi'mks :

Sweet Briar

Heliotrope

Honeysuckle

Sachet Bags Eau de Cologne

Floral Pot Pourri

Tooth Powder

Elder Flower Ointment Water

"

,

272,

274,

881,

357

277

351

350

821

345

357

347

804

293

369

331

375

375

259

323

819

290

262

344

332

356

857

357

381

381

881

38i

382

382

882

882

882

882

383

383

384

384

384

HOME WORK;

FAK-T ONE.

CROCHETED WORK.

Section I. Temu and Stitches.

Terms used in Orochet.

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