• Origin: Global

    Le Gros Crochet, 1er Volume
    Le Gros Crochet, 1er Volume

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    Le Gros Crochet, 1er Volume

    Language: French
    By: Mme Hardouin
    Book release: 1900

    Stunning “Venetian” crochet motifs (flowers, birds, baskets, leaves) and patterns for collars, table linens, elaborate edgings, fringes.


  • Origin: Ireland

    Le Gros Crochet, 2er Volume
    Le Gros Crochet, 2er Volume

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    Le Gros Crochet, 2er Volume

    Language: French
    By: Mme Hardouin
    Book release: 1900

    More lovely “Venetian” crochet motifs (flowers, birds, leaves) and patterns for collars, bags, elaborate edgings, pillows,


  • Origin: Global

    Beautiful Crochet on Household Linen
    Beautiful Crochet on Household Linen

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    Beautiful Crochet on Household Linen

    Language: English
    By: Flora Klickmann
    Book release: 1916

    Delicate and lovely art nouveau filet and irish crochet patterns, along with practical advice on working and applying the laces


  • Origin: Ireland

    Irish Crochet Lace Book No. 132
    Irish Crochet Lace Book No. 132

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    Irish Crochet Lace Book No. 132

    Language: English
    Book release: 1939

    Irish crochet basic motifs and fills


  • Origin: Global

    Lady Duff-Gordon Book of Irish and Cluny Crochet
    Lady Duff-Gordon Book of Irish and Cluny Crochet

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    Lady Duff-Gordon Book of Irish and Cluny Crochet

    Language: English
    By: Lady Duff-Gordon
    Book release: 1917

    Crochet stitch instructions, patterns for “Cluny” edgings and medallions, Irish Crochet motifs, medallions and edgings, doilies, tea cozy, yoke, collar, cap, candle shade.


  • Origin: Ireland

    Irish Crochet Lace D.M.C. Library
    Irish Crochet Lace D.M.C. Library

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    Irish Crochet Lace D.M.C. Library

    Language: English
    By: Th. de Dillmont
    Book release: 1900

    One of the classics of Irish Crochet lace. Parts of this book have been reprinted by several publishers. These scans are from the original, with all the chapters, plates and linen patterns. Instructions for Irish Crochet stitches and techniques, patterns for traditional Irish Crochet motifs, grounds, footings and borders, instructions for working with machine made grounds and braids, illustration plates and lacemaker’s patterns for working complex laces – deep edgings, squares, insertions, a collar and cuffs.


  • Origin: Global

    Lessons in Crochet
    Lessons in Crochet

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    Corticelli Lessons in Crochet

    Language: English
    By: Corticelli Silk Mills
    Book release: 1916

    Crochet stitch guide, patterns for crocheted laces, Irish Crochet motifs (butterflies), slippers, bags, a gentleman’s scarf, boudoir caps, crocheted lace baskets, coasters, knit and crocheted ladies’ scarves, sweaters, dressing jackets, hats, shawls, child’s sweater.


  • Origin: Global

    Home Art Crochet Book
    Home Art Crochet Book

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    Home Art Crochet Book

    Language: English
    By: Flora Klickmann
    Book release: 1912

    Dozens of crocheted laces of all difficulty levels, and many of them are unusual and beautiful. Also filet charts, Irish Crochet motifs, and patterns for crocheting with manufactured braids and rickracks.


  • Origin: Ireland

    Priscilla Irish Crochet Book No. 2,
    Priscilla Irish Crochet Book No. 2

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    Priscilla Irish Crochet Book No. 2,

    Language: English
    By: Eliza A. Taylor
    Book release: 1912

    A continuation of Book No. 1 ,by Lula M. Harvey. More, and fancier flower motifs, butterflies, edgings, baby’s cap and booties, bags, doilies, collars, buttons and garnitures.


  • Origin: Ireland

    Richardson’s Irish Crochet Book
    Richardson's Irish Crochet Book.

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    Richardson's Irish Crochet Book

    Language: English
    By: Edith Maude Devere
    Book release: 1915

    Instructions for Irish Crochet in silk; baby bonnets, bags, collar and cuff set, hats, jabots, scarves and men’s ties.


  • Origin: Ireland

    Irish Crochet Lace, revised
    Irish Crochet Lace, revised

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    Irish Crochet Lace, revised. The Lace Maker, Vol. 4 No. 3.

    Language: English
    By: Sara Hadley
    Book release: 1911

    Wonderful early 20th C Irish Crochet motifs for collars, doilies, jabots, edgings, insertions and trimmings. The instructions are sketchy; this is for the advanced crocheter.


  • Origin: Global

    Miscellaneous Crochet
    Miscellaneous Crochet

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    Miscellaneous Crochet

    Language: English
    By: Nacke Louise
    Book release: 1916

    Filet portiere, Cluny-type door panels, edgings for table and bed linens, crochet ball holders, doilies, medallions, fitted vest.


  • Origin: Ireland

    Album de Guipure d’Irlande, Premiere Volume
    Album de Guipure d'Irlande, Premiere Volume

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    Album de Guipure d'Irlande, Premiere Volume

    Language: French
    By: G. Hardouin
    Book release: 1905

    Instructions for Irish Crochet stitches; traditional and fanciful simple motifs.


  • Origin: Ireland

    Distinctive Crochet
    Distinctive Crochet

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    Distinctive Crochet,

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    By: Flora Klickmann
    Book release: 1919

    Unusual (Japonica, cyclamen, honeysuckle, violets) Irish Crochet motifs, many filet crochet patterns, sturdy edgings for table linens, Irish Crochet edgings, easy edgings for beginners, Venetian Crochet squares, Irish Crochet point lace, and three interesting baby hats.


  • Origin: Ireland

    The Home Art Book of Fancy Stitchery
    The Home Art Book of Fancy Stitchery

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    The Home Art Book of Fancy Stitchery

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    By: Flora Klickmann
    Book release: 1912

    More description from the cover: “With new ideas for applying crochet to lingerie and napery, …smocking, … darned filet crochet, …Irish crochet”. Also teneriffe, Venetian crochet, knit/braided rugs; a fantastic resource.