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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,767,434
2 NeilHamilton 3,239,598
3 noelwoodhouse 3,230,587
4 John.F.Hall 2,468,267
5 annmanley 2,277,348
...
376 kaepaviour 101,553
377 Mickbrook 101,168
378 stockton2295 100,844
379 Just4tatts 100,653
380 yackatoon 100,526
381 idiot-boy 99,960

100,653 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2017 1,986
November 2017 5,539
October 2017 3,003
September 2017 4,415
August 2017 2,899
July 2017 4,415
June 2017 1,349
May 2017 1,234
April 2017 1,972
March 2017 4,162
February 2017 569
January 2017 3,045
December 2016 2,324
November 2016 1,389
October 2016 3,006
September 2016 1,824
August 2016 1,340
July 2016 1,726
June 2016 2,453
May 2016 2,454
April 2016 2,688
March 2016 1,966
February 2016 977
January 2016 4,352
December 2015 2,629
November 2015 2,434
October 2015 1,227
September 2015 2,324
August 2015 654
July 2015 108
June 2015 207
April 2015 159
March 2015 69
February 2015 208
January 2015 670
December 2014 92
November 2014 309
October 2014 1,405
September 2014 1,412
August 2014 3,676
July 2014 2,248
June 2014 1,594
May 2014 4,239
April 2014 132
February 2014 60
October 2013 88
September 2013 120
August 2013 70
July 2013 203
June 2013 71
May 2013 603
April 2013 118
December 2012 92
October 2012 23
September 2012 108
July 2012 139
June 2012 164
May 2012 966
April 2012 1,094
March 2012 2,604
February 2012 2,693
January 2012 1,608
December 2011 2,756
November 2011 190

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,767,381
2 NeilHamilton 3,239,469
3 noelwoodhouse 3,230,587
4 John.F.Hall 2,468,261
5 annmanley 2,277,278
...
374 tasdog8 102,108
375 kaepaviour 101,553
376 stockton2295 100,844
377 Just4tatts 100,587
378 yackatoon 100,526
379 idiot-boy 99,960

100,587 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2017 1,921
November 2017 5,539
October 2017 3,003
September 2017 4,415
August 2017 2,899
July 2017 4,415
June 2017 1,349
May 2017 1,234
April 2017 1,972
March 2017 4,162
February 2017 569
January 2017 3,045
December 2016 2,324
November 2016 1,389
October 2016 3,006
September 2016 1,823
August 2016 1,340
July 2016 1,726
June 2016 2,453
May 2016 2,454
April 2016 2,688
March 2016 1,966
February 2016 977
January 2016 4,352
December 2015 2,629
November 2015 2,434
October 2015 1,227
September 2015 2,324
August 2015 654
July 2015 108
June 2015 207
April 2015 159
March 2015 69
February 2015 208
January 2015 670
December 2014 92
November 2014 309
October 2014 1,405
September 2014 1,412
August 2014 3,676
July 2014 2,248
June 2014 1,594
May 2014 4,239
April 2014 132
February 2014 60
October 2013 88
September 2013 120
August 2013 70
July 2013 203
June 2013 71
May 2013 603
April 2013 118
December 2012 92
October 2012 23
September 2012 108
July 2012 139
June 2012 164
May 2012 966
April 2012 1,094
March 2012 2,604
February 2012 2,693
January 2012 1,608
December 2011 2,756
November 2011 190

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 103,798
2 mickbrook 99,971
3 murds5 61,555
4 PhilThomas 48,873
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
283 coombe.id.au 67
284 hep1953 67
285 NevHolden 67
286 just4tatts 66
287 warrandee 66
288 howiejd 65

66 line(s) corrected.

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December 2017 65
September 2016 1


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TATTING Attractive Designs (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Monday 24 July 1933 page 4 2017-12-16 21:14 Nothig Ilteit tctt Orf oiri'itiiii ii firitot
orn so frtoenttti uni aii of cormlfort iinit
oelfiomii ii ail Oft rnoroni ten tribic as
ina iitraictiro ton cony.
Nothing Iends so charming a finish
nor so friendly an air of comfort and
welcome to an afternoon tea table as
an attractive tea cozy.
Woman Items. (Article), North Australian (Darwin, NT : 1883 - 1889), Friday 12 December 1884 [Issue No.81] page 4 2017-12-16 21:05 ??"??-!'?: .?'r:i.7 ''-/^ . ? ;i;t:¡ f¡ ,
- Tüe Quëèn lias forbidden^ ; the .Pnvjíce of
Happy lot that- for the¡ heir apparent to the British
throne/ and a mah climbing towards the fifties, with
a house full of children about him.: : . ,/ : ...
In Brooklyn, it is »aid, young ladies, halt
street cars hy blowing tiny, silver whistles which:
they carry, for .that pnrpose suspended^from their
necks by silken cords. That is prettier 'thWcantcr?
iny along the sidewalks, waving, 'their' paraeols,íand
yelling ^Hii there!',' .),.,, ; '", . -.,?- ?
.There is Mady sojourning in.. th» Çat
skills who lias one hundred and seventeen. different
costumes, three maids and Itwd poodles., ' Either she
possesses tact for making a'fcw'p'obdles'go a -great
way,' or some of hor costumes are not. intended Ito bo ?
worn-with a dog to match. : . . . ?
' Ten year3_ago Alary Wilkins, pf Hopkins- ,
ville, Conn.', was( employed in a needle' factory.
One day she' stepped jan abed of needle?,'running
se veril dozen into both of her feet. .'After a few
days the pain stopped,, and in a few; years she,
?married;; Eight months ago the long lost needles
; began tb come out of her elbow, and since then
. whenever she wanted a needle tb'sew' with all she
j had to do was to pull-one-out. The needles are as
with' which -to; become ari; eminent actress. ; She
saved ¿ll she could from ber .wages for several
years,, and invested it in a theatrical venture in a
small ¡way-pll.except. £15, which a friend surrep-.
titibus'y took but 'of the .fund arid used in buying
in her name a block bf land on the Parramatta
River. She returned from her professional tour in1
I a year, broken in purse,and,spirits and. ready.-to rev,
some work at the loom; but tho Parramatta
River purchase ¡had happened to /appreciate; ia
value aoout a hundred fold in value. ' ' **'.
The Queen has forbidden the Prince of
Happy lot that for the heir apparent to the British
throne and a man climbing towards the fifties, with
a house full of children about him.
In Brooklyn, it is said, young ladies, halt
street cars by blowing tiny, silver whistles which
they carry for that pnrpose suspended from their
necks by silken cords. That is prettier than canter-
ing along the sidewalks, waving, their parasolsm and
yelling "Hi there!"
There is a lady sojourning in the Çat-
skills who has one hundred and seventeen different
costumes, three maids and two poodles. Either she
possesses tact for making a few poodles go a great
way, or some of her costumes are not intended to be
worn with a dog to match.
Ten years ago Mary Wilkins, of Hopkins-
ville, Conn. was employed in a needle factory.
One day she stepped on a bed of needles, running
several dozen into both of her feet. After a few
days the pain stopped, and in a few years she
married. Eight months ago the long lost needles
began to come out of her elbow, and since then
whenever she wanted a needle to sew with all she
had to do was to pull one out. The needles are as
with which to become an eminent actress. She
saved all she could from her wages for several
years, and invested it in a theatrical venture in a
small way—all except £15, which a friend surrep-
titously took out of the fund and used in buying
in her name a block of land on the Parramatta
River. She returned from her professional tour in
a year, broken in purse and spirits and ready to re-
sume work at the loom; but the Parramatta
River purchase had happened to appreciate in
value about a hundred fold in value.
THE KLONDYKE MAN. BRET HART[?] LATEST POEM. [?] (Article), Daily Telegraph (Launceston, Tas. : 1883 - 1928), Wednesday 8 February 1899 [Issue No.33] page 7 2017-12-16 20:37 but he spoke in a calm0like tone'
I'rotijJCcLnfl and chuckd it rlgUL into iLc
And 'we Uiuuglit wilh a' uulvor of Vukon
but he spoke in a calm-like tone
For we're wayworn and weary, your style
isn't cheery, we've had quite enough of
your game,
But—what did affect us—he took that
Prospectus and chucked it right into the
flame!
...
Then our roarin' fire of bresh and briar
flashed up on the Stanislow,
And Jefferson Clay wen softly away with
that youth with a downcast brow,
And Jones of Yolo repeated his solo on that
still, calm, evening air,
And we thought with a shiver of Yukon
River and the fort that was called
"Get There!"
THE KLONDYKE MAN. BRET HART[?] LATEST POEM. [?] (Article), Daily Telegraph (Launceston, Tas. : 1883 - 1928), Wednesday 8 February 1899 [Issue No.33] page 7 2017-12-16 20:29 til! you c- me on Lo '' Fort Get There'
Then a river begina that the Amaro:; ekinB
B.nd iLc \ii.K M.N.ai»ip]ii knuuVa out,
Here Ihls-jn arofle with e. kccrlcBB-likc jiofc,
and 1.- pized on that Kloudyke youlli,
When .it' Dawaon Olty— '.he more'g llic pity
F°r ir^(^hre*jWwc^nbidWCuUe'/no^ h^of
It's a thousand miles by them Russian isles
till you come on to "Fort Get There"
(Which the same you are not if you'll look
at the spot on the map—that of gold is
bare),
Then a river begins that the Amazon skins
and the big Mississippi knocks out,
For its seventy miles 'cross its mouth when
it smiles and —you've only begun your
route.
...
Here Bilson arose with a keerless-like pose,
and he gazed on that Klondyke youth,
And he says: "Fair sir, do not think to
infer that your words are not words of
truth,
But I'd simply ask why—since that all men
must die—your sperrit is wandering
here,
When at Dawson City—'he more's the pity
—you've been frosen up nigh a year!"
...
"You need not care, for I never was there"
said that simple Klondyke man,
"I'm a company floater and business pro-
motar, and this is my little plan:
I show you the dangers to which you are
strangers, and now for a sum you'll
learn
What price you expect us—as per this
Prospectus—to insure your safe return."
...
Then Bilson stared, and he almost r'ared
but he spoke in a calm0like tone'
"You'll excuse me for sayin' you're rather
delayin' your chance to insure your
own !
THE KLONDYKE MAN. BRET HART[?] LATEST POEM. [?] (Article), Daily Telegraph (Launceston, Tas. : 1883 - 1928), Wednesday 8 February 1899 [Issue No.33] page 7 2017-12-16 20:11 How tbey rnadu B3up of bo.Hj.-which tbe
Day'1 ft' Hl '' U BmC
He talked of snows, and of whisky wot froze
in the solidest kind of chunk,
Which it took just a pound to go fairly
round when the boys had a first-class
drunk,
And of pork that was drilled and with
dynamite filled before it would yield to
a blow,
For things will be strange when ther-
mometers rang to sixty degrees below.
...
How they made soup of boots—which the
oldest best suits—and a "fry" from a
dancin' shoe.
How in Yukon Valley a corpse de bally
might get up a fine "menoo,"
But their regular fare when they'd nothin'
to spare and had finished their final
mule,
Was the harness leather which with hides
went together, though the last didn't
count as a rule.
...
Now all this seemed true and quite nateral,
too, and then he spoke of the gold,
And we all sot up, and refilled his cup, and
this is the yarn he told:
There was gold in heaps—but it's there it
keeps, and will keep till the Judgement
Day,
For it's very rare that a man's gets there—
and the man that is there must stay;
...
THE KLONDYKE MAN. BRET HART[?] LATEST POEM. [?] (Article), Daily Telegraph (Launceston, Tas. : 1883 - 1928), Wednesday 8 February 1899 [Issue No.33] page 7 2017-12-16 19:57 THEKLQNDYKE MAN.
BEST HARTK'S LATEST TOEM.
[Fhou ' The Ikdi:fes:ii:kt.'^
[?]
THE KLONDYKE MAN.
BEST HARTE'S LATEST POEM.
[From "The Independent."]
We woz sittin' free—like ez you and me—
in our camp on the Stanislow,
Round a roarin' fire of bresh and briar,
stirred up by a pitch-pine bough,
And Jones of Yolo had finished his solo on
Bilson's prospectin' pan,
And we all woz gay until Jefferson Clay
kem in with a Klondyke man.
..
Now I most despise low language and lies,
as I used to remark to Nye,
but the soul of Truth—though he was but a
youth—looked out of that stranger's eye.
And the things he said I had frequent read
in the papers down on "the Bay."
And t he words he choosed woz the kind
wot's used in the best theayter play.
...
Bret Harte's Hovel. "SALOMY JANE'S KISS." (Article), The Bundaberg Mail and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1892 - 1917), Saturday 29 January 1916 [Issue No.5,841] page 8 2017-12-16 19:41 Bret Harte's Hovel . V
" SALOMY JANE'S KIBB," -
"The novy . 'programme to t»e auA>-
rnltted at the Austrab Hall, oa
Tuesday next is to be the flocst yet
presented- at that, popular playhouse
- The main attraction la the drama,
"Salome Jane." The scene andf story
are associated1 with tbo etlrrlnti— days
d( 49, when tho eyes of tive whole
world wero centred upon tha great
gold rush tQ California. It was In
the days when Haugtown, thevmoat
eeietjTftted ' mining camp in history,
was about lo emcrgo from chaotio
flawlcasnesfl into some semblance of
law and order, fiiadison Oiay, and
hip. dftfihlnf and Icautlful daughter/
Salome 'Jnae, are among , the early
arrivals from tbd south,, and every ,
ollgiblo and inclikhble man in the
camp Is roady to worship at her .
shrine. Her preference is for. Rufe. -
A stranger arrived wbo roeogolsra
in n man named Baldwin, a villlan,"
who wronged hie sister. Baldwin In-
: .suits Salome, -who agrees to, marry
Rufe on 'condition he ' kills ll&ldWty.
- A fight between Baldwin nnd the
stranger results In tha former's -
death, Rufe sees tbe deed done sod
ta'-es credit for it, A series of
crimes end robberies occur, and the
vigilant committeo ascribes them, all .
to the slayer of . Baldwin, The
straoger Is arrested for another's
Salome learns tbo lyuth, ami cleaves'
tn tho. stranger. Many peAiqrkfi/'.tio
nd-pnturfs are shared by tha two,
and the help ro lpvlngly i and ' fear- .
-lessly rendered "1>y -alomc: Jane .
brings about their ultimate trtumrh.
Tiielr rescue of tho girl's father from—
a perilous position also affords op- '
portuniliea for some marvellous act
ing mid hairbreadth performances.
tho sensational escape of tha lofrers,
including a ride down on a log,, and -
(V race oh borsebae'-, ore all'
Bret Harte's Novel
" SALOMY JANE'S KISS,"
The new programme to be sub-
mitted at the Austral Hall, on
Tuesday next is to be the finest yet
presented at that popular playhouse.
The main attraction is the drama,
"Salome Jane." The scene and story
are associated with the stlrrln?— days
of 49, when the eyes of the whole
world were centred upon the great
gold rush to California. It was in
the days when Hangtown, the most
celebrated mining camp in history,
was about to emerge from chaotic
lawlessness into some semblance of
law and order, Madison Clay, and
his dashing and beautiful daughter,
Salome Jane, are among the early
arrivals from the south, and every
eligible and ineligible man in the
camp is ready to worship at her
shrine. Her preference is for Rufe.
A stranger arrived who rocognises
in a man named Baldwin, a villlan,
who wronged hie sister. Baldwin in-
sults Salome, who agrees to marry
Rufe on condition he kills Baldwin.
A fight between Baldwin and the
stranger results in the former's
death. Rufe sees the deed done and
takes credit for it. A series of
crimes and robberies occur, and the
vigilant committee ascribes them all
to the slayer of Baldwin. The
stranger Is arrested for another's
Salome learns the truth, and cleaves
to the stranger. Many remarkable
adventures are shared by the two,
and the help so lovlngly and fear-
-lessly rendered by Salome Jane
brings about their ultimate triumph.
Their rescue of the girl's father from
a perilous position also affords op-
portunities for some marvellous act-
ing and hairbreadth performances.
the sensational escape of the lovers,
a mad race on horseback, are all
AMBASSADORS THEATRE. A Bret Harte Story Filmed. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Saturday 30 October 1937 [Issue No.16,019] page 25 2017-12-16 19:22 same programme is a thrillei, "The Great
Hospital Mystery," and newargels. Horace
Weber plays selections on taf WVurlit.er
Harte's original story of the' Californa
broadened - for film purposes, the history
time before their ejection from the town
ship by the public order committee. Pres
Oakhurst's jealous partner. Van Hefli
identity, provides the excithment in "The
Blane, and Big Rumann
same programme is a thriller, "The Great
Hospital Mystery," and newsreels. Horace
Weber plays selections on the Wurlitzer
Harte's original story of the California
broadened for film purposes, the history
time before their ejection from the town-
ship by the public order committee. Pres-
Oakhurst's jealous partner. Van Heflin
film.
identity, provides the excitement in "The
Blane, and Big Rumann.
BRET HARTE'S WRITINGS. (Article), The Daily Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1903 - 1926), Tuesday 1 June 1926 [Issue No.7567] page 11 2017-12-16 19:12 poorns and other writings of Bret
stories by "a young, effervescent; boyish
poems and other writings of Bret
stories by "a young, effervescent, boyish
BRET HARTE. (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Friday 8 March 1895 [Issue No.6985] page 3 2017-12-16 19:09 The harvestmoon above the hill was drifting
Extracts from Eminent Authors,
Extracts from Eminent Authors,
by Puck's Professional Poet.
_____
The harvest moon above the hill was drifting

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  1. 100 Tatting INDEX: 0-4 Norma Benporath.
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    100 All lace, doyleys, without fabric centers; primarily designed by rounds, and wallets, hat, etc. by publication date. 47 checked
    101 With fabric centers: hanky, tea cloth, collar, napkin, etc. by publication date.
    102 Edgings. small motifs, special purpose
    103 Baby items -- bonnets, shoes, etc.
    104 Tatting: Possible Norma Benporath
    107 .. Other credited tatting designers
    110 -117 Tatting patterns: unknown designers, grouped into lists by item type.

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  2. 101 Tatting by Norma Benporath
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    Doyleys with fabric centers and/or multiple edging rounds-- the most common Norma Benporath doyley design. May be round, square, oval, with and without a central inset medallion, or other insets. Includes some "matched sets" in various shapes and sizes with the same "look". "Note" indicates identifies any irregularities in locating the pattern and/or illustration, and general directions. Most from the early 1930's. Listed by publication date.(157 corrected)

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  3. 102 Tatting: Norma Benporath edgings
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    The emphasis is on the edging ( see also 101 list) and occasional motif, as on netting, or a very simple edging or motif appropriate for beginning tatters. Also, simple edging for embroidery, special purposes. Complex edgings with insertions, or insets into fabric are in other lists. By date. (41) corrected.

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  4. 103 Tatting Norma Benporath for babies
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    Five intricate and delicate bonnet patterns, and one for shoettes. Simple edgings appropriate for infant items are with the edgings list. (9 corrected)

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  5. 104 Tatting: Possible Norma Benporath (uncredited)
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    A small group of tatting patterns that may also to be the work of Norma Benporath but without design credit.
    The effect may be similar, but the pattern language seems different from other credited patterns. Or, the look of the tatting is different, but the pattern writing style similar. Or, they may have different formats, are in different publications or other features making them unusual. (4 corrected)

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  6. 106 Tatting and Crochet M.L. Lane
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    All patterns by M.L. Lane; primarily tatting, and a few crochet filet. 24 patterns. The remaining entries are notices of prizes won in competitions, fairs, festivals, etc, indicating the length of her creative career, and from the same area, notices of charity and church meetings where the Misses Lane donated prizes, or sponsored competitions.. Searches of public records (BDM)- have yielded nothing up to this point.Competitions not all checked.

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  7. 107 Tatting INDEX & Murielle, Mirabel Lee, Remuera
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    Short list of other tatting designers. Organized by designer. 1-12 Murielle; 13-32 Mirabel Lee; 33-37 Remuera. Also includes crochet, knitting by the designers. Corrected except for item with indecipherable passage. 38 checked.

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  8. 108 Tatting, etc., by M. G. Valentine; M. Hunt;
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    Patterns by some known designers of tatting, crochet, other, in this order:
    M. Grace Valentine 1-78 edgings and doilies with fabric centers and flower themes, Next:
    Marie Hunt and others #79 to end-- patterns include both filet and open flower doyleys. Corrections incomplete.

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  9. 110 Tatted Accessories
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    Hats, bags, gloves, collars, jewelry, beaded. Currently its the default for holding results in the continuing search for new tatting patterns in newspapers as new newspapers are scanned. Articles about tatting without patterns are in the non-pattern lists. Semco book in this list. (24 corrected)

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  10. 111 Tatting -doily
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    Tatting patterns by unknown designers. Mixed patterns-- more doilies than other items. Selections run from 1900 to 1957. 44 checked

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  11. 112 Tatting for babies: unknown designers
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    Ten articles are patterns for bonnets, one is for booties. One bonnet pattern is crochet with cluny leaves, and filet panel. Eleven checked.

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  12. 121 tatting :edgings
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    Very few designers credited -- newspaper department or page editors took credit for some patterns. 74 checked.

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  13. 130 Crotat-
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    Crochet and Tatting: All works by designer M. Grace Valentine

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  14. 200 Knitting patterns
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    200 Default temporary list
    201 How to knit: (a) knit patterns, laces, ; (b) scarf, collar.
    202 Designers: (a) Palmer;(b) Eton; c ) Cooke;(d) Smith;(e) MAB
    204 Men & boys (attire)
    205 Women, teen girls
    206 Children's items ( unisex designs
    207 Toddlers and older babies items.
    208 Miscellaneous: cozy, toys, gloves, socks, hats, purses accessory, military, hospital
    221 Women and Girls sweaters ( jumper, cardigan, zip)
    227 Women's Suits, dresses, and vests

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  15. 201a Knit :How to, hints, lace patterns.
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    Named stitches, patterns, samples, hints, tips, turning heels, etc.

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  16. 201b KNIT: Scarf, lace
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    knitted lace, edgings, scarf.

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  17. 202a Knitting: E. C. Palmer
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    Palmer's patterns are distinctive jumpers (tops). Most are designed for women, but a couple of them could be adapted for men and boys, with measurement adjustments. (9 corrected)

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  18. 202b Knitting : Margaret Eton
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    Knitting patterns designed by Margaret Eton, E. Ladd, and Joyce Smith. Primarily sweaters, jumpers.

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  19. 202c Knit N. Cooke
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    Information on the designer would be appreciated. Nearly all of these patterns, produced during wool-rationed wartime, were for infants-to-toddlers. One "hot water bottle cover", and a ladies wrapper.

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  20. 202d Knit Joyce Smith
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  21. 202e Knit MAB
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    MAB original patterns, Q&A column, etc. 10 ck.

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  22. 204 KNIT: Men - Boys
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    All are knitted; for unisex designs -- caps, socks, gloves, scarf, all small items, see small items list. Eventually it will also contain items for soldiers, and hospital uses, with Red Cross designs.

    81 items
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  23. 205 Knitting Women, girls
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    17 items
    created by: public:just4tatts 2017-05-18
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  24. 207a Toddlers, to Children
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    12 items
    created by: public:just4tatts 2017-05-18
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  25. 207c Knit: Baby, layette, blanket, bootie, cap
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    From baby through toddler.

    228 items
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  26. 207d Knit: Baby boy -- newborn to 2 yrs.
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    19 items
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  27. 208a Knit: Tea cozies, egg cozy, dolls, gloves, hats, other small items, purse, sox, .
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    1-8 cozies, 9- Hats, gloves, dolls, tea cozy, egg cozy, bedsocks, knitted bag, small items. Under construction.

    169 items
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  28. 211 Knit : Child, young girl, teens, frocks, boys sweaters
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    For ages 4-14, mostly frocks, but some sweaters and knitted shorts, sweaters for boys.

    126 items
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  29. 221 KNIT : Women's, Girls Pullover (Jumper) Cardigan
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    Knitted pullover, both long sleeve, and short sleeve; cardigan (with buttons on front closure). Vests are with suits.

    230 items
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  30. 227 Knitting Women's suits
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    Skirts, pants, vest, jacket. (not including pullover tops)

    46 items
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  31. 300 Crochet Women's suit, skirt, jacket,cape
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    13 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2017-01-22
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  32. 302 Crochet accessories -- men, boys
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    Hat, gloves, scarf, etc. 4checked

    4 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2016-02-27
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  33. 303 Crochet garments -men, boys
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    3 items
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  34. 304 Crochet Jeanette
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    Filet crochet, and other crochet d'oyley patterns. (10 checked)

    10 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2015-09-23
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  35. 305 Crochet, knitting, Pierette designs
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    I. Uses - baby, church, wearables, special coronations items, hanky edgings; (1~35) II. Doilies in filet, by subject. rose, arum, lily, daffodil, thistle, chrysanthemum, etc. (~35- end)

    158 items
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  36. 307 Crochet Vida Patterson
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    All of Vida's patterns, filet, doily, etc.

    10 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2015-09-17
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  37. 308 Crochet by both Marie Hunt, and "Marie"
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    doilies, edgings, filet, etc.

    80 items
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  38. 309 Crochet by Keddy
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    Two sisters. Other Trove research finds Jessie is listed as the unmarried sister of Clare George (nee Keddy), both of Tasmania, Scottsdale area. During WWII she passed the "Home Nursing" exam. No. 1-16 Jessie Keddy, 17- end Clare Keddy. Both were proficient at designing filet style doyleys, and filet additions to fabric foundations.

    36 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2015-09-27
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  39. 310 Crochet - edging/insertion
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    111 items
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  40. 311 Tatting or Crochet -- Filet
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    A mix of line-by-line instructions, to photos, to charts to be followed. Although filet tatting exists, there are no mentions of tatting in these instructions. Does not include filet listed elsewhere, especially named crochet pattern designers. Sorted by theme: 1-26 animals, 27-80 plants, 70-120 logo/alphabet, 121- abstract/no-theme.

    192 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2014-09-16
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  41. 312 Crochet -- Accessories
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    Hats, gloves, scarf, ties, purse, belts, (and dolls),

    185 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2015-09-22
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  42. 333 Crochet -- baby, and child, bootie, bonnet, etc.
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    149 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2015-09-21
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  43. 380 Hairpin Lace
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    Crochet or tatted.

    26 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2017-07-01
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  44. 390 The Weekly Times Book (1) Patterns
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    32 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2016-10-15
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  45. 399 Crochet -- decorative, useful, garments
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    Default crochet, but Does not include baby, toddler, or items that can be listed elsewhere. Primarily doilies, scarves.
    (In process of refining and splitting out some types of items)

    878 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2012-03-27
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  46. 400 Crochet-tatting (cro-tat)
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    Designs incorporating both tatting and crochet.

    15 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2014-08-18
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  47. 500 Non-pattern
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    History, instruction, tips, of needlework and lace, fashion photos of garments using lace (except for wedding dresses)

    199 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2015-09-01
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  48. 502 Lace -illustration only
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    40 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2015-11-13
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  49. 510 Fancy Work
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    Miscellaneous hand-work: quilting, basketry, plaits, other crafts using hand or needle work. "Fancy Work" was a common newspaper feature for a mix of needle crafts.Does not include any items which can be classified elsewhere in these lists.

    245 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2013-05-11
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  50. 520 Drawn-Work
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    Also includes cutwork, hardanger, and work with removed base stitches of fabric.

    29 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2012-02-26
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  51. 600 Embroidery
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    General embroidery articles, some lessons. Lessons by M. Grace Valentine (aka Grace M. Valentine) are in a separate list. Very few designs to be worked in embroidery stitches. Small samples for the corner of a hanky, but no large wall hanging size designs. Includes stitches used on crazy-quilt blocks and edges, and cross stitch patterns. Some cross-stitch overlaps with filet crochet. A third list contains 26 patterns of Australian wildflowers to be embroidered and assembled into a quilt.

    210 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2014-09-28
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  52. 601 Embroidery Lessons M.Grace Valentine.
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    Approximately 45 initial Embroidery Lessons by M. Grace Valentine published in the Australasian. From 1 to 30 the lessons are numbered fairly consecutively. After 30, most of the lessons are there, but numbering no longer follows the publication order. At the end of the formal lessons are some examples of embroidery used in conjunction with tatting. These are usually for small items such as a bib for an infant, or a doyley with a tatted edge and an embroidered decoration.

    70 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2016-03-19
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  53. 606 Quilt Embroidery Squares
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    The Australasian conducted an embroidery competition. Twenty-six different Australian wildflowers were printed in the newspaper, one each week -- January to July. General descriptions were the same for each flower, but each had specific colours that were to be used. The 32nd item is the results of the competition. Persons preparing the scans for these pages sometimes identified them as Embroidery Competition, with flower details picked out separately, but many entries were lumped together with adjacent advertising for products and services. Tags will be added with the name of the flower, and embroidery. This list is in publication order, with multiple entries for the different articles, as needed. (42 corrected)

    44 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2016-03-31
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  54. 610 Patterns for Sale
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    1 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2017-12-09
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  55. 610 Quilting - General
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    127 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2016-10-13
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  56. 611 The Art of / Revival of Quilting
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    promotion, duplicates

    14 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2017-09-12
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  57. 650 Sewing Pattern
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    Grids with pattern pieces laid out, and instructions for constructing the garment, toy, etc. Tags for item type: dress, apron, etc.

    97 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2016-12-27
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  58. 655 Jewelry, Accessories
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    Generic jewelry patterns with a variety of materials and techniques (eg. macrame) and handbags, etc. Not tatted, knit or crochet.

    12 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2015-12-13
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  59. 698 Laura Wheeler Designs
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    These are all advertisements for various patterns -- from crochet doily to teddy bear toy, and embroidery designs to be ironed on. This must have been a big corporate operation. They appear by the dozens, often on a weekly basis, in newspapers from all over AU and some NZ. Just collecting the responses, and coordinating the mailing of the requested items would have been a big operation. Ads would have to be individualized for each publication with the reply address going to the publication.

    118 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2017-03-17
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  60. 700 Recipes
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    93 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2015-08-28
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  61. 801 Fiction, Literature, Poetry, Serials (internationally known)
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    Bret Harte, 1-100, P. G. Wodehouse, Edith Wharton, Alfred Tennyson, in progress.

    219 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2016-05-29
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  62. 802 A Pocket Full of Rye
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    Agatha Christie mystery.

    6 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2017-10-15
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  63. 802 A Date with Death
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    34 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2017-11-04
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  64. 802 ABC Murders
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  65. 802 Come and be Hanged
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    Early title for serial edition. Later used Going to Zero?? Incomplete set. Printed in supplements that were not all scanned.

    11 items
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  66. 802 Death comes as the end
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    Two serialisations.. 1945, and 1947. They will be listed as 1945, then 1947
    Wikipedia entry claims that the ending was changed. If so, perhaps it appears here.

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  67. 802 Fiction Agatha Christie
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    802
    A Pale Horse
    By the pricking of my Thumbs

    88-

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  68. 802 Mirrors
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    7 items
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  69. 802 Paddington
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  70. 802 The Moving Finger
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  71. 8022short stories
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  72. 802b Berlin Hotel
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  73. 802pc
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  74. 802vPeterCheyncy
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  75. 802wP.G.Wodehouse
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  76. 803 John Muir/Harris/California
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    Travel and Natural History writings. Exerpts from Muir, stories, biographical information; other California natural history and travel stories; Travel and other writings by Mrs. E. B. Harris.

    136 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2016-01-04
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  77. 830 Bret Harte
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    13 items
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  78. 995 Advertising patterns
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    Advertisements of patterns available free, or for minimal charge, from a newspaper pattern service. Only those showing an illustration of the pattern are included. Clothing, d'oyleys, knitting, crochet, crafts, projects. No particular order.

    84 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2016-05-16
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  79. Armenia News
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    created by: public:Just4tatts 2016-07-04
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  80. AU Parks, Refuges
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    69 items
    created by: public:Just4tatts 2017-04-28
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