There are 11 patterns, two knitted and the rest crochet. The book was obviously issued as a promotion to Clarks O.N.T. Mercerized Crochet Cotton, as that is the material called for in each of the patterns. None of the patterns were identified by name, just by their assigned number. (In some cases, I've identified the name).
Pattern No 6132 graces the front cover ... and appropriately so, being a splendid piece of Irish Crochet. The designs is made of raised floral hexagon motifs that measure 12 1/2 inches each. I've seen references that this pattern was called Marguerite in other publications.
No 6124 - This interesting medallion design has nicely supplemented detail in large and small flower fill-in motifs.
No 6130 - Knitted Bedspread This design is worked in attractive 2 1/2 inch strips and finished with long tufts of fringe.
No 6131 - Crocheted Bedspread is worked in large - 8 inch - blocks with an 'almost' geometric motif.
No 682 - Crocheted Bedspread featuring pinwheel medallions in popcorn stitch.
No 6128 Crochet Bedspread. This 5 inch rose motif has appeared in a number of SPC pattern books and is typical known as Rambling Rose.
No 6133 Crochet Bedspread - Worked in 10 inch panels in diamond and popcorn stitch.
No 6123 Crochet Bedspread made up in lovely raised flower block centers surrounded with petals edged in popcorn stitch.
No 6129 - Knitted Bedspread is an elegant design of staggered raised leaf and plain 10 inch blocks.
No 6126 Crochet Bedspread is created in 6 1/2 inch hexagon blocks in a floral motif
No 6127 Crocheted Bedspread in 4 3/4 inch pinwheel medallions goes beyond to an almost geometric effect.
And that it ... all 11 patterns. All quite exquisite and all worthy of heirloom quality.
The opening jacket statement : "Every woman loves the feminine touch in her home ... Why not add to your bedroom a beautiful handmade Bedspread that would express your individuality? In this book we have designed a variety of Bedspreads ... one to suit every taste .. they are simple and decorative. Choose the one that best serves your purpose, and you will be proud to say that you have made it yourself".
Although these designs are 1947, no reason you can't still crochet your future heirloom.
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