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Irish Crochet Patterns - Pair of Vintage Doily Patterns to Crochet from the 1970s

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Two vintage crochet patterns for doilies in the raised Irish crochet style.

Rose Doily - Published by J & P Coats Ltd in 1976 - No 458 - pattern is on double page spread inside

Irish Crochet Cheval Set (for the dressing table) - Published by J & P Coats Ltd in 1975 - No 871 - pattern is on double page spread inside

Instructions for working these doilies in cotton, plus how to pin and starch if needed. Lovely vintage pattern, would make a beautiful addition to a vintage inspired home.

Condition: Good - some minor creasing. Original price written in biro on one pattern.

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