The curtain, or frill, is sewed to the back part, and is knit as follows:- Cast on 64 stitches, knit 18 plain rows, then take up the stitches at each side, and knit a plain row; bring the wool forward, and knit 2 together for the row, 1 plain row, cast off, then draw the ribbon through the holes, and sew on the frill. "Exercises in Knitting" by Cornelia Mee
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Argyle ... Choose clean lines over extra frill and solid colors instead of prints.
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1 a strip of fabric gathered or pleated on one edge and used as trimming <I just
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providing only the essentials and nothing fancy or luxurious <a low-cost, no-frills
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