I am so excited to announce that my first Victorian Pattern Tranlsation is now live in my Payhip store and totally for free! They are the Victorian Crochet Cuffs.
This is a PDF Translation of a Victorian Pattern.
This pattern comes from The Royal Magazine of Knitting, Netting, Crochet, and Fancy Needlework. Conducted by MDLLE, Rigolette de la Hamelin. Published in 1848 Original Pattern
If you have ever worked with Victorian crochet patterns you will know that they tend to be very vague and sometimes they can be tricky to work from. That is why I have translated the pattern into something which the 21st-century crocheter can use!
The pattern calls for less than 50g of 4ply fingering weight yarn and a 1.75mm crochet hook. You will also need buttons if you want to make them close like I did.
The pattern includes information showing how I made some of the decisions that I did when translating the patter. However I will also be doing another blog post shortly which will go much more into detail into the research that I did before starting these cuffs.
If you make these cuffs I hope that you really enjoy the pattern. And either way if you want to ask me any questions or make any suggestions please do get in touch with me!
Peace and Love,