Hand-embroidered tea dress trimmed with Irish crochet, c.1910    If you click through you can see exquisite details

Hand-embroidered tea dress trimmed with Irish crochet, c.1910 If you click through you can see exquisite details

Amy Lynn Crochet Tea Dress

Amy Lynn Crochet Tea Dress

IRISH CROCHET TEA GOWN, c. 1910 - 1-piece trained high neck gown, back closure, short puff sleeve, B 34", W 27", L 68"-71", (back hooks & eyes missing) excellent.

IRISH CROCHET TEA GOWN, c. 1910 - 1-piece trained high neck gown, back closure, short puff sleeve, B 34", W 27", L 68"-71", (back hooks & eyes missing) excellent.

Learn how to crochet four different edgings and trims: Small scallops, Open scallops, Blocks and Arches. Courtesy of knitted-patterns.com, these decorative edges are perfect for blankets, scarves, dresses, skirts, or any project you are working on. If you find these difficult, to make, watch the video tutorial below to learn how to crochet a pretty stitch. This …

Learn how to crochet four different edgings and trims: Small scallops, Open scallops, Blocks and Arches. Courtesy of knitted-patterns.com, these decorative edges are perfect for blankets, scarves, dresses, skirts, or any project you are working on. If you find these difficult, to make, watch the video tutorial below to learn how to crochet a pretty stitch. This …

Lazy Days Of Summer Top - Free Crochet Pattern - See http://www.knitandcrochetnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/2-204-crochetlazydaze_pattern.pdf For PDF Link - (positivelylace)

Lazy Days Of Summer Top - Free Crochet Pattern - See http://www.knitandcrochetnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/2-204-crochetlazydaze_pattern.pdf For PDF Link - (positivelylace)

Irish crochet/embroidered tulle tea dress, c.1912. The deeply cut armholes and full sleeves are quite comfortable. The pattern on the skirt features high relief, padded satin stitch embroidery. I can see a gracious hostess in this tea dress: nothing could be more perfect than the costume; pure ivory, but the fashion consummate; a single rose her only ornament.

Irish crochet/embroidered tulle tea dress, c.1912. The deeply cut armholes and full sleeves are quite comfortable. The pattern on the skirt features high relief, padded satin stitch embroidery. I can see a gracious hostess in this tea dress: nothing could be more perfect than the costume; pure ivory, but the fashion consummate; a single rose her only ornament.

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