19 Pages. A stunning collection og Edwardian era Yokes, Boudoir Caps, Scarfs, Slippers, purses and medallions from one of the best creative designers of the era. The designs are all masterfully created works done in Crochet.
15 Pages. This collection is a gold mine of inspiration for crochet workers and tatters alike. The majority of the alphabets are worked in Filet Crochet, showing beautiful large sized photos of the original work. The filet designs are in many different sizes and scripts, Also included are several lovely design such as a sprawling oak tree and animal designs. PLEASE NOTE: The Filet Crochet patterns are shown in charted form only.
15 Pages. This book has a breathtaking assortment of lovely Edwardian Era yokes. All of them are worked in various methods of crochet - including Filet Crochet. They are quite stunning examples of the ladies' lingerie from approximately the time of the Titanic Sinking. This collection is quite delicate - very stunning!
15 Pages. A very unique book that is filled with lovely bonnets and caps. There are also a few yokes and patterns for two jabots, but the majority here is the beautiful caps. All of the patterns are in various methods of crochet. If you love hats, millinery or boudoir lingerie from this period - this book is the one you have been looking for!
15 Pages. No Edwardian Era design collection would be complete without a stunning assortment of crocheted edgings and insertions. True to form, the Emma Farnes assortment is breathtaking. There are some narrow edgings designed for towels or handkerchiefs. There are also many wide edgings to add a frill of lace to a garment.
15 Pages. This is a very unique collection of crocheted edgngs, insertions, medallions and yokes that were considered "antique" back in the Edwardian Era. It could be that some of these designs are from the early 1800's! There are medallions and frilly edgings all worked in crochet. Some are worked into yokes and camisoles and patterns are included. Another "must-have" book for the vintage clothing creator!
15 pages. This book contains a beautiful collection of fourteen WWI era Filet Crochet Sweaters. The styles are in both long sleeves and short sleeves designs. There are some belted tunics, as well as short waist-length vests. All of the styles are worked in Filet Crochet with simple, elegant patterns. These are creative and beautiful sweaters that have a timeless appeal.
14 Pages. This is an amazing collection of knitted and crocheted items for a doll or baby. Most of the examples in the book are shown on a doll. There is a lovely assortment of hats in this edition - many of which I have never seen elsewhere. Emma Farnes had a lovely sense of style and it is reflected throughout this book - awesome!
15 Pages. This book contains instructions to make twelve stunning examples of turn of the century lingerie yokes. These patterns are as lovely as they are unique - there are beautiful floral designs masterfully worked in lace as well as fine filet lace. This is a scarce collection of patterns of fine lingerie that your great grandmother would have worn - a real treasure trove of gorgeous laces!