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1895 Crochet Garters

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If you're going to an old-time themed party, or just like the style of the 1800's, you will love the elegant, old appeal of these 1895 crochet garters. They are the perfect accompaniment to any classic outfit.

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Crochet Hook: 7 or 1.65 mm hook (steel)

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HI everyone: Yippee! They fixed the link. I pasted it below, just in case you need that, but the link worked for me just now. http://www.allcrafts.net/crochetsewingcrafts.htm?url=web.archive.org/web/20060507155744/http://www.onceuponapattern.com/custom/garter.html

Yes, Arlene O found the pattern. If anyone else is confused (because the way the formatting ended up) the link to the pattern is at: http://web.archive.org/web/20060507155744/http://www.onceuponapattern.com/custom/garter.html Archive.org is a great site for going "wayback" on old websites, or as they call it their "wayback machine". However, it takes a little time & a few searches to learn how to go "wayback" hehe.

Weel guess what? I was not able to access the pattern either ...Just sayin'....

Link is fixed!

I did quite a bit of searching on the net and cannot find any live link to this pattern. Does the pattern still exist?

Has anyone been able to get to the actual pattern? I clicked to the site, searched "1895 Crochet garter" and just got lists of a bunch of totally unrelated patterns. I'd like to try this one when I can get it.

Is it possible to link to the pattern, instead of to a page where you have to "click to continue" to get to the pattern? That could be confusing for some folks. Someone needs to put this on a page where you don't have to deal with an archive :-).

Link is fixed!

I cannot access this pattern! Very frustrated!!

Link is fixed!

Cute!

Thank you for bringing this to our attention! Looks like the pattern moved, rendering the link broken. We have updated the link, so you should be able to access the pattern now. Thanks! --Editors of AllFreeCrochet

I have to say that if you are going to put up patterns, then you should at least put up a DIRECT link to the pattern. This happens far too many times on this site.

Can not get to the pattern!

fantastic _

@Cerridwin: Thanks for the input! We'll take it into consideration. -- the Editors of AllFreeCrochet

I agree too! I would love to see a vintage crochet section, and I always watch for antique pattern books at thrift stores and flea markets because I love the delicate, lacy patterns from the 1920's through the 1940's or even earlier. And I too would love to see patterns for vintage cloaks and can see a real market for them.

what a great idea brendajane, both using these garters to hold your sleeves up and for a adding a vintage section to this site!

So darlin, and very versitile. Also they can be used to keep up your sleeves on sweaters etc. Vintage patterns are beautiful. Please add a section for Vintage Crochet & Knit Patterns to your site. So many of us are looking for Vintage Crochet Cloaks, I know I am not the only one. I am seeing all over the net people asking for Crochet Cloaks and there impossible to find.

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