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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 57 pages of information about The Lady's Album of Fancy Work for 1850.

2d round. 8 plain, 8 beads; repeat.—­

3d round. 12 plain, 4 beads; repeat.—­

4th round. 4 plain, 4 beads, 5 plain, 3 beads; repeat.—­

5th round. 2 plain, 6 beads, 4 plain, 2 beads, 1 plain, 1 bead; repeat.—­

6th round. 1 plain, 4 beads, 2 plain, 3 beads, 1 plain, 1 bead, 2 plain, 2 beads; repeat.—­

7th round. 2 plain, 2 beads, 2 plain, 5 beads, 3 plain, 1 bead; repeat.—­

8th round. 1 plain, 2 beads, 3 plain, 5 beads, 3 plain, 2 beads.—­

9th round. 2 plain, 2 beads, 3 plain, 5 beads, 2 plain, 2 beads; repeat.—­

10th round. 1 plain, 2 beads, 2 plain, 1 bead, 1 plain, 3 beads, 2 plain, 4 beads; repeat.—­

11th round. 2 plain, 1 bead, 1 plain, 2 beads, 4 plain, 6 beads; repeat.—­

12th round. 5 plain, 3 beads, 4 plain, 4 beads; repeat.—­

13th round. 12 plain, 4 beads; repeat,—­14th round. 8 plain, 8 beads; repeat.—­

15th round. 10 plain, 2 beads, 1 plain, 3 beads; repeat.—­

17th round.  Plain, decreasing by missing every 16th stitch.  Work 1 round with gold, then divide the purse, and work one-half with cerise; work 8 rows, passing down a bead at every stitch, and decreasing a stitch at the beginning and end of each row; work the other half to correspond; sew on to the top, and finish with tassel in the centre of star.

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CROCHET.

63.  ROUND COLLAR.

Materials—­White, and three shades of scarlet and shaded green Berlin wool; Penelope crochet No. 2.

With white make a chain of 84 stitches; work a row of single open crochet.—­

2d row (lightest scarlet). 3 chain, 3 long, miss 2; repeat to the end.—­

3d row (second shade of scarlet). 1 long worked in the centre long stitch of previous row, 5 chain; repeat.—­

4th row (dark scarlet). 3 long worked above the long, and the last and first stitches of the chain, 4 chain; repeat.—­

5th row (green).  Commence in the edge stitch of third row. 5 chain, miss 3 *, 5 long, 3 chain, miss 1; repeat from *, and work to the end, which must be finished with 5 chain, 1 plain, worked in the third row.—­

6th row (white).  Commence at the edge-stitch of the third row. 6 chain, * 5 plain worked above the 5 long of previous row, 4 chain:  repeat from * to the end, and finish with 6 chain.  Fasten the white wool to the second stitch of fourth row, 6 chain, 3 plain worked above the 3 long of fourth row; repeat.  Pass through every second stitch of white row, and place a rosette of ribbon at the end.

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EMBROIDERY

64.  PRINCE OF WALES’S PLUME.

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