'Encyclopaedia of knitting and crochet' - the third one
I'm hoping you guys might be able to help me.
My Nanna taught me how to crochet years ago and I want to take it up again now.
My Dad gave Nanna a book called Encyclopaedia of Knitting and Crochet, which I liked looking through.
I'd like to get another copy of it (don't know where the original is, both Dad and Nanna have since apssed on).
As near as I can tell, it's not the Westfall one nor the Mariano one. It was a large hardcover book with a photo of a girl wearing a multicoloured, square-patches-patchwork type of vest.
It was a thick book and I esp. remember a chapter on a traditional bridal gown which was knitted or crocheted with yarn so fine, the whole dress could be pulled through a wedding ring.
Does anyone know the book I'm talking of? Google only ever gives me Westfall or Mariano, Mariano sounds familiar but cover photos and descriptions don't sound like it.
I hope someone knows the book and can give me more info about it. I guess I don't need it but I would like to track it down for sentimental reasons if at all possible.