Patterns and things

Here are some of the patterns and links to patterns I have used. Where the pattern is my own, it is usually available free of charge. You are free to use them as you want, but please acknowledge my design and my copyright. Thank you.

Irish Crochet pillowcase edging. These are from a booklet produced by J & P Coats in 1968. Book no. 535, Irish Crochet. This pattern is the copyright of Coats,who still produce crochet cotton and patterns, alongside many other things. They will not permit an electronic version of the pattern to be made available on-line. For more information, you can find their website here.

Pattern for Ardalanish fingerless gloves. This is my own pattern and is in chart form. It is an .xls file. If you have any queries or spot any mistakes, please contact me and I’ll try to help. If you use the pattern, please acknowledge my design. Click ardalanish mitts for pattern. If you want to see the finished article, you’ll find it here.

Pattern for lace topped socks. This is my own pattern for uk women’s size 5 socks. If you need larger, go up a size of needles. If you have any queries or spot any mistakes, please contact me and I’ll try to help. If you use the pattern, please acknowledge my design. Click lacy topped socks. If you want to see the finished article, you’ll find it here.

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