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Knit Girl's Hat & Decoration c.1922, pictures and instructions.
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Russian Blouse, c.1919, photo, pattern, and instructions
  
 
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Columbia Lustra, 2 balls Black; Columbia Floss, 1 ball Tuxedo and 1 ball Jade;6 balls Angora; Columbia Bone or Celluloid Crochet Hook size 4.
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'''Russian Blouse '''
  
Crown: Using white Angora, ch 3, join to form a ring, 6 s c in ring.
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'''Columbia Iceland Wool, 4 balls; Columbia Bone or Celluloid Crochet Hook size 2.'''
  
Work rounds without joining and through both strands of st.
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'''Back: Ch 144 sts for the 47 m of line A-B. Work according to chart to line C,down right front to D and break yarn at centre front. Work other front to correspond, ch 2sts between fronts and finish to E. '''
  
Round 2: 2 s c in each s c.
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'''Fringe: Wind enough yarn over a 6-inch card to tie 3 strands in every other staround sleeves. Wind enough over an 18-inch card for the same around lower edge ofsweater. Work 1 row of s c around neck and down fronts. '''
  
Round 3: * 2 s c in 1 s c, 1 s c in next s c and repeat from *.
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'''---from Columbia Yarns, n.d., pgs. 122-124.'''
 
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Round 4: 2 s c in every third s c.
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Round 5: 2 s c in every fourth s c.
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Continue with 1 st more between increases until top measures 12 inches in diameter, about 30 rounds. Work 6 rounds even. Next decrease by skipping every fifth st until head size stretches to 24 inches and follow with 4 even rounds. These even rounds will bring the cap to 22-inch head size.
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Brim: Using Lustra double, increase 1 st in every 5th st for 1 round; 3 roundsincreasing in every 15th st; 3 rounds increasing in every 20th st and 1 round withoutincreasing worked over milliner's wire.
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Ornament: Cover 5 round wooden moulds with Tuxedo s c and 1 with black s c.Make the leaves as follows: Ch 7, turn, 1 s c in each s c, 3 s c in end, and 1 s c in eachst of other side of ch. Turn, work back around both sides, (increasing around end enoughto lie flat) but omit 3 sts on second side at stem end. Work back and forth in this manneromitting 3 Sts at end of each row until leaf is wide enough at top and then work 1 row allaround. Make 4 leaves, group the orange balls around a black centre, mount on leaves andmake a black ch st stem.
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---from Columbia Yarns, n.d., pgs. 116-118.
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Russian Blouse, c.1919, photo, pattern, and instructions

GraphicsMiscicons20thcentfashion.gif

Russian Blouse, c.1919

from Columbia Yarns

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1920s20sknitsRussblouse.jpg

1920s20sknitsRussblousepattern.gif

Russian Blouse

Columbia Iceland Wool, 4 balls; Columbia Bone or Celluloid Crochet Hook size 2.

Back: Ch 144 sts for the 47 m of line A-B. Work according to chart to line C,down right front to D and break yarn at centre front. Work other front to correspond, ch 2sts between fronts and finish to E.

Fringe: Wind enough yarn over a 6-inch card to tie 3 strands in every other staround sleeves. Wind enough over an 18-inch card for the same around lower edge ofsweater. Work 1 row of s c around neck and down fronts.

---from Columbia Yarns, n.d., pgs. 122-124.

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