My knitting book (Google eBook)

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1843
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Page 110 - The most curious, complete, and erudite treatise on the art of needle-work that has, probably, ever been compiled.
Page 113 - Loudon gives the result of ten years' instructions by her husband, the well-known horticulturist; and her work it consequently the fruit of long practice and experience."— Edinburgh Evening Post. FARMING FOR LADIES. Plain Instructions for Rearing all Sorts of Domestic Poultry ; with the best Mode of Managing the Dairy and Piggery. By the Author of "British Husbandry.
Page 113 - NEW SYSTEM OF DOMESTIC COOKERY, Suited to the present advanced state of the Art, but founded upon principles of economy and practical knowledge, and adapted to the use of Private Families. By Mrs. RUNDELL.
Page 113 - VOL. 1.— GARDENING; WITH A CALENDAR OF PRACTICAL OPERATIONS AND DIRECTIONS FOR EVERY MONTH IN THE YEAR. By Mrs. LOUDON.
Page 114 - GOSPEL STORIES FOR CHILDREN. An attempt to render the chief Events of the Life of Our Saviour intelligent and profitable to Young Children. Second Edition. 18mo. 3s. 6d.
Page 114 - BERTHA'S JOURNAL, DURING A VISIT TO HER UNCLE IN ENGLAND ; WITH A VARIETY OF INTERESTING AND AMUSING INFORMATION FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR. 12mo, 7*. 6<».
Page 72 - Knit three, turn over twice, purl two together, knit thirteen. Fourth Row. — Knit thirteen, turn over twice, purl two together, knit three. Fifth Row. — Knit three, turn over twice, purl two together, knit two, turn over twice, knit two together, turn over twice, knit two together, turn over twice, knit two together, knit five.
Page 25 - Pearl one row, decreasing one stitch at each end. Knit one row, decreasing two stitches at each end. Knit one row, decreasing one stitch at each end. Knit a fancy row as before. Third — coloured.
Page 26 - There should be forty stitches left on the needle in the last row.* Pick up thirty stitches on each side, and make the borders at the sides and back like the first. Make up the cap by turning in the border to the fancy row, and hem it all round : it is to be tied behind, and under the chin, with ribbons or plaited wool, with tassels of the same.
Page 114 - Letters from Italy to a Younger Sister; with Sketches of history, Literature, and Art, Lou., 1840, p.

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