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A Charming Yoke for New Spring Underthings
From a 1920's magazine that is in bits & pieces.
An especially pretty yoke is formed of wide beading, with a point added to the front. A suggestion which will appeal to many who enjoy variety or "something different" is that any suitable triangle or corner may be used for the point . The beading is first worked.
Using No. 30 crochet cotton, make a chain of 44 stitches.
Well, that's how the pattern starts. I just couldn't get a good enough scan of the pattern to OCR it, so, I'm only giving a diagram of the pattern. For those of you who are old hands with fillet crochet, I'm sure this won't present any problem!
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