|Material: Messrs. Walter
Evans and Co.'s crochet cotton No. 4, 24, or 40.
These rosettes are suitable for trimming
cuffs, collars, and bodices, or for making couvrettes, according to
the size of the cotton with which they are worked.
280.--Make a foundation chain of 22
chain; join them into a circle and work the 1st round; 44 double.
* 7 chain, missing 3 stitches of the preceding round under them, 1
double; repeat 10 times more from *.
1 slip stitch in the first 4 stitches of the next scallop, * 5 chain,
miss the last and work back on the other 4, 1 double, 1 treble,
1 long treble, 1 double long treble (throw the cotton 3 times round
the needle), 1 slip stitch in the middle stitch of the next scallop;
repeat 10 times more from *. Work a wheel in the centre of the
rosette, which is ornamented with a circle of chain stitch, as can be
seen in illustration; take up one thread of the wheel with every other
281.--Begin the rosette with a
leaf-like pattern in the centre, and work the 1st row: * 11
chain, miss the last, work back over the following 8 stitches, 1
double, 1 treble, 2 long treble, 1 double long treble, 2 long treble,
1 treble, 1 double in the upper part of the chain stitch before the
last, 1 slip stitch in the lower part of the same stitch. The first
leaf of the middle pattern is then completed; repeat 6 times more from
*. Join the first and last leaves together by working 1 slip stitch in
the 1st of the 11 chain stitch.
(Fasten on the cotton afresh), 1 slip stitch in the point of each
leaf, 12 chain between.
24 double in each scallop. The rosette is then completed.