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  • Home Page | Crochet and Cabin Lace | Crochet Cabin Lace and Porthole Covers for Narrowboats and Cottage Style Interiors
    lace can also be used to create curtains across windows cafe net curtain stye and crochet lace circles rather like doilies can be used to cover portholes These afford some privacy decoration and let in light Smaller lace strips can be used to trim curtains and other soft furnishings Crochet Cabin Lace was traditionally made by canal boat women to decorate their Narrowboat interiors Designs were often based upon contemporary Victorian patterns for filet crochet lace made with cotton yarn The handmade lace edgings trim and curtains would usually be designed by copied or adapted from samples of crochet lace by the boat women The lace strips or patterns would most often have a straight edge at the top for hanging from shelf edges or between cabin walls and ceiling and Vandyke points along the lower edge of the pattern repeats Nowadays many Narrowboat owners hang lace across their windows cafe style to afford some privacy without excluding light from the boat interior Crochet lace porthole covers sometimes sharing their designs with doily patterns also appear to have become increasingly popular with Narrow Boat owners and providers of traditional and modern boats Elizabeth Bryant has written a very informative article on the history of Canal Narrowboat Cabin Crochet for those who would like to know more about the art Of course crochet lace can also be used in other contexts to complement the interior design of late 19th early 20th century period houses cottage style interiors and home decor in general I have created patterns and kits for you to make your own designer projects I have been knitting and crocheting for many years and am keen to promote and preserve skills such as cabin and crochet lace I continue to research and create my own pattern for sale and

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  • Lace patterns | Crochet and Cabin Lace | Crochet Cabin Lace and Porthole Covers for Narrowboats and Cottage Style Interiors
    continuos strip Ruth made this name banner for her NB window Thanks to Ruth Gloucestershire for sharing her photo Booklet PDF Sarah Chanin and Ann Gardiner Boat Museum Society Canal Boat Cabin Crochet booklet A good basic how to crochet guide and some patterns based upon those in the Narrowboat Friendship to get you started As with all BMS publications proceeds from the sale help to preserve and restore significant boats of the inland waterways Price 3 50 1 50 P P The Joan Turpin Collection Boat Museum Society A new collection of patterns for all crocheters 13 easy and advanced patterns from ticket drawer pieces to curtain tiebacks As with all BMS publications proceeds from the sale help to preserve and restore significant boats of the inland waterways Price 6 50 2 50 P P Janet Reeve Cabin Crochet of the Inland Waterways A History with 10 traditional patterns including Boat Hearts Towpath Flowers Rose Gibbs Price 3 50 1 50 P P An example of the Gifford lace made from the pattern in the Red book and the lace in situ photo courtesy of Margaret from Coventry Janet Reeve Cabin Crochet of the Inland Waterways Book 2 A mixture of 10 contemporary and traditional patterns plus ideas for creating your own designs Price 3 50 1 50 P P Here is a photo of the Uppermill pattern from this book kindly supplied by Anne of Cheshire with a few tips Just to let you know that the Uppermill pattern on page 18 of book 2 of Cabin Crochet of the Inland Waterways can be worked out with a little tweaking from the pattern I did put 3 chains between the trebles Also it takes a bit of thought when decreasing on the points I have done 5 12

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  • Porthole Patterns | Crochet and Cabin Lace | Crochet Cabin Lace and Porthole Covers for Narrowboats and Cottage Style Interiors
    achieve tension or a larger smaller cover An easily adjustable pattern for the experienced crocheter Price Hard copy 1 50 1 P P PDF via email 1 50 CCL Peony Rose Porthole Cover Pattern In sizes 30 5 cm 12 upwards This Cover is also available as a made to order item Seen in situ here courtesy of Elisabeth Pattern Booklet 3 1 10 P P PDF via email 2 50 CCL Dragonfly Porthole Cover Pattern In sizes 30 5 cm 12 upwards This Cover is also available as a made to order item with matching window and cabin lace Photos courtesy of Liz from Hampshire Pattern Booklet 3 1 10 P P PDF via email 2 50 Sue s Spider Web Porthole Cover Pattern Boat Museum Society Written down by Sue Constable and published by Sarah Paul Chanin 1999 As with all BMS publications proceeds from the sale help to preserve and restore significant boats of the inland waterways No size for the porthole is given becasue the pattern gives instructions on how to coninue the rounds until you reach the size you need The patterns mention size 20 or 8 cotton Size 20 is a fine cotton the

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  • Cotton Hooks & Kits | Crochet and Cabin Lace | Crochet Cabin Lace and Porthole Covers for Narrowboats and Cottage Style Interiors
    ball is 365 meters 400yds in length approx 100g This is the cotton I use to make lace recommended to me by a Master Craftsperson I use a 1 25 hook for most of my lace sometimes using a smaller one on the start and finish rows depending upon the design finished size and tightness required Some of the porthole covers require a 1 75mm hook Price 3 50 per ball up to 5 balls discoutn for 6 balls or more 3 50 P P from 2 to 6 balls Number Required 1 Ball 3 50 GBP 2 Balls 7 00 GBP 3 Balls 10 50 GBP 4 Balls 14 00 GBP 5 Balls 17 50 GBP 6 Balls 19 50 GBP 7 Balls 22 50 GBP 8 Balls 25 50 GBP Colour Lesur Steel Crochet Hooks 0 60mm 1 00mm 1 25mm 1 50mm in plastic case Price 1 50 1 00 P P up to 4 Discounted price for 3 or more Number required 1 1 50 GBP 2 3 00 GBP 3 4 00 GBP 4 5 00 GBP Please state size s required Lesur Crochet Hooks with Handcrafted Polymer Handles These beautiful handles were commissioned from Creative Treasures and make it easier and more fun to grip and use the finer hooks Price 3 50 for 1 6 for 2 1 50 P P for up to 4 hooks Please email or phone for sizes colour availability Number required 1 3 50 GBP 2 6 00 GBP 3 9 50 GBP 4 12 00 GBP Please state size s required Please state colour s Mary Cushion Kit Everything you need to make this stunning crochet lace motif cushion Make your own designer cushion using this kit The kit includes instructions cushion pad optional cotton crochet hook

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  • How to Order | Crochet and Cabin Lace | Crochet Cabin Lace and Porthole Covers for Narrowboats and Cottage Style Interiors
    Otherwise use the Pay Now buttons to pay securely by card via Paypal you do not need a Paypal account Ordering from Overseas please email first for P P costs before ordering and I will invoice you via Paypal Caring for your lace Boatwomen would often boil their lace to clean and maintain it s whiteness Nowadays there are many products on the market such as stain removal and whitener cleaning gels which can be used to keep your lace looking white and clean If your lace is soiled I would suggest using a stain remover or whitener following the manufacturers instructions Otherwise hand wash your lace using a proprietary detergent Spin or roll up in a towel and squeeze after washing and rinsing your lace I would recommend that you do not use fabric conditioner but you may wish to use starch to help maintain the crispness and shape of your lace To keep your lace in shape pull into shape whilst damp and lay on an absorbent surface You can pin it out to shape if so desired then cover with another absorbent cloth e g a towel Place some weights e g books on top while it

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