PATTERN to make:
Crocheted Motif / Medallion / Block / Square
for Bedspread, Afghan, Tablecloth, etc.
Vintage Crochet Pattern
A Digitally Cleaned and Restored Reprint
This Listing is for the Printed Version
Delivered by 1st Class Mail.
PATTERN to make: Vintage Crocheted Motif: Kenwood. The Kenwood pattern motifs make a gorgeous heirloom Tablecloth, Bedspread or many other projects. Made with Crochet Cotton or similar, and Steel Crochet Hook Size depending on desired finished size. Gauge: Each motif measures 4 1/2 from picot to picot based on No. 18 thread. This notice is given with this pattern: "The thread you choose will determine the size of your crocheted motif. You may vary the size of your article by changing the size of your thread. All articles shown in this book wree made with a size 18 soft finish cotton crochet thread and the sizes given for each article are based on the size of this thread."
This is a digitally cleaned and restored reprint of a pattern from my vintage and antique collection. It is NOT the actual item. It will come in printed form by 1st Class Mail.
Please pay or contact me with payment details within two days of auction ending. Outside of U.S. payment by PayPal only.
- Items are sent same or next business day by 1st Class Mail. For single patterns, shipping is $2 U.S., $4 International. For book reprints, shipping is $5 U.S. and $8 International. If you're ordering multiple items, a generous discount is given.
Your Satisfaction is Absolutely Guaranteed!
Our feedback shows that our customers are delighted with their items. If for any reason you are not, please contact me. Our business reputation is built on customer service, and we want you to be happy with your purchase!
You can be assured that any reprints of patterns I offer are in the public domain and free of copyright. This pattern was produced before December 31, 1963, and entered public domain by 12/31/91. I'm often asked if you can make the items and sell them. Of course you can! That's the whole point, to preserve these priceless and disappearing items by actually using and making them. Otherwise they're just print on paper. I encourage you to do great things with the patterns, keeping them alive for years to come. And please send a picture and let me know how it turned out! ~Nancy