Hairpin Lace Belt Pattern #S-433

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COATS and CLARK'S O.N.T. "Speed-Cro-Sheen" MERCERIZED COTTON, Art. C.44: 1 ball of No. 1 White.

Milwards Steel Crochet Hook No. 0.

A hairpin lace staple, ½ inch wide.

Leaving 16 inches free at the beginning, make a strip of hairpin lace slightly shorter than desired waist measurement, making 2 sc in each loop on each side of strip. Measure off 16 inches at end and break off. Make 2 more strips the same way.

Joining of Strips: Place 2 strips together, attach thread to first free loop and, working through both thicknesses, sc in first loop, * ch 1, sc in next loop. Repeat from * across. Break off. Join other strips the same way.

TIE . . . Cut 6 strands of thread, each 33 inches long. Double one strand to form a loop, insert hook in first free loop at short end of belt and draw loop through. Draw loose ends through loop and pull up tightly. Tie a strand to each free loop on short end the same way. Divide all strands in half and twist each section to the right. Now twist both sections together in the opposite direction. Tie a knot 1 inch from end. Trim ends to form fringe. Complete other side to correspond.

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