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Shetland Lace
 
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Gladys Amedro
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Shetland Lace

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This is not a book on the history of Shetland lace, but simply a collection of knitting patterns designed for use with either Shetland 1-ply cobweb lace wool or Shetland 2-ply lace wool. Shawls, a baby's christening robe and various stoles are included in the collection, as well as a skirt, cape and shawl set.
Unknown Binding, 148 pages
Published January 1st 1996 by Shetland Times
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this is a book of patterns. There are several I really want to do. However her abbreviations are different than standard which take some getting used to.
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