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Clothing article or the like employing crocheted material










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #3979929.

An article of clothing or the like employing crocheted material which is completely reversible. The material has a pattern which employs a succession of arrangements employing a strand of yarn. The strand has a loop and a first extension. The first extension passes to the right of the loop over the periphery thread and a single crochet stitch is formed at the end thereof. The first extension then turns back upon itself to form a second extension. The second extension passes rearwardly under the periphery of the loop and then forwardly over the periphery of the loop and underneath the rearwardly passing portion of the second extension to pass over the first extension. A crochet single stitch is formed at the end of each extension.








 
 
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