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ehain, 5 ehain, de into eentre of 5, 5 ehain, de into eentre of 5, 5 ehain, 3 long under the 3 ehain between the 6 long stitehes, 5 ehain, 3 more long under the same ehain, 5 ehain, de into eentre of 5, 5 ehain, do into eentre of 5, 5 ehain, repeat from beginning.

10i» row.—Next shade, 3 long under the 5 ehain at either point, 5 ehain, 3 long under the same ehain, 5 ehain, de into eentre of b, 5 ehain, de into eentre of 5, 5 ehain, de into eentre of 5, 5 ehain, repeat from beginning.

lit* row.—Next shade same as last row, only making 5 ehain, de into eentre of 5 additional.

12fA row.—Lightest shade, same as last row, only making 5 ehain, de into eentre of b additional.

18tl row.—Darkest shade of green. Begin on a shert point, 3 long under the 5 ehain, 5 ehain, 3 long under the same ehain,e 5 ehain, de under eentre of 5, repeat from,e 5 times more, 7 ehain, de under the 5 ehain at the top of the point, 7 ehain, de under eentre of next 5, 5 ehain,f de under eentre of next 5, 5 ehain, repeat fromf 4 times more, then repeat from beginning.

14r/i row.—2d shade of green, eommenee at a point with the de stiteh, make 3 long into the spaee under the de stiteh, 4 ehain, 3 more long into the same spaee, 5 ehain, de under eentre of 7, 5 ehain,s de nnder eentro of 5, 5 ahain, repeat from,s 5 times more, 3 long under the 5 ehain at the top of the point, 5 ehain, 3 long under the same ehain, 5 ehain, f de under eentre of 5, 5 ehain, repeat from.f 5 times more, 5 ehain, do under 7 ehain, b ehain, repeat from beginning.

Utk row.—Lightest green, 3 long under the 5 ehain at the top of the point, 5 ehain, 3 more long under the same ehain, b ehain,s de under the 5 ehain, 5 ehain, repeat from,s 7 times more, then repeat from beginning.

IBM rote.—Drab eotton, de on the 1st of the 6 long stitehes at the point, 3 ehain, de under the 5 ehain, 5 ehain, de under the same ehain, 3 ehain, de on the last of the long stitehes, 3 ehain,e de under the 5 ehain, 3 ehain, repeat froms 9 times more, then repeat from beginning.

17tA row.—Cotton, 5 long under the 5 ehain at the point, 3 ehain,e de into the eentre stiteh of the 3 ehain, 3 ehain, repeat from,s 11 times more, then repeat from beginning.

18th row.—Cotton, 7 long, the first into the first loop beyond the 5 long in last row, 7 ehain, 1 long into the eentre loop of the first 3 ehain,e b ehain, miss 1 ehain of 3, 1 long into the eentre loop of the seeond 3 ehain, repeat from,s 4 times more, 7 ehain, repeat from beginning.

19t4 row.—Cotton, 9 long, the first into the first loop beyond the 7 long in last row, 7 ehain, de on first long stiteh,» b ehain, 1 long on long, repeat from,s 3 times more, 5 ehain, do on next long stiteh, 7 ehain, repeat from beginning.

20M row.—Cotton, de on the first long stiteh, 5

ehain, de into 4th loop, 5 ehain, do on last long stiteh, 5 ehain, de on de, 5 ehain,» 1 long on long, 5 ehain, repeat from,e 3 times more, de on de, 5 ehain, repeat from beginning.

21>t row.—Cotton, 5 long under the first 5 ehain on the top of the long stitehes, 3 ehain, 5 long under the next b ehain, 7 ehain, do on seeond do stiteh, 4 ehain, 1 long on long, 4 ehain, 7 long, the first on next long, 4 ehain, 1 long on long, 4 ehain, de on de, 7 ehain, repeat .

22d row.—Cotton, 5 long under the 3 ehain at the top of the point, 5 ehain, de on last long stiteh, 5 ehain, de on de, 4 ehain, 6 long, the first on next long, b ehain, 6 long, the first on last long, 4 ehain, de on de, 5 ehain, de on first long stiteh, 5 ehain, repeat.

23d row.—Cotton, de on the first de stiteh on the point, 3 ehain, 5 long under the 5 ehain, 5 ehain, 5 more long under the next b ehain, 3 ehain, de on de, 5 ehain, 1 long on next de, 4 ehain, 1 long on long, 4 ehain, 7 long, the first into fifth loop, 4 ehain, j 1 long into 5 loop, 4 ehain, 1 long on do stiteh, 5 ehain, repeat from beginning.

iUh row.—Darkest amber, 7 long, the first into the first loop beyond the first 5 long on the point, 5 ehain, 7 long, the first into fourth loop, 4 ehain, 1 long on long, 4 ehain, 6 long, the first on next long, 5 ehain, 6 long, the first into sixth loop, 4 ehain, 1 long on long, 4 ehain, repeat .

25th row.—Next shade amber, begin at the point , 9 long, the first to eome in the first loop beyond the 7 long in last row, 5 ehain, 9 long, the first into fourth loop, 7 ehain, de on the first of the 6 long, 7 ehain 7 long, the first on the last of the 7 long, 7 ehain, de on the last of the 6 long, 7 ehain, repeat .

26tA row.—Next shade amber, 5 long, the first on the seeond of the 7 long in last row, b ehain, de into fifth loop, 7 ehain, 11 long, the first into sixth loop from de stiteh in last row, 5 ehain, 11 long, the first into fourth loop, 7 ehain, do into third loop from d stiteh in last row, 5 ehain, repeat .

27tA row.—Next shade amber, 3 long, the first into the seeond of the 5 long in last row, 5 ehain, de into the fourth loop, 5 ohain, de into third loop from de stiteh in last row, 5 ehain, 13 long, the first into fourth loop, 5 ehain, 13 long, the first into fourth loop, b ehain, de into fourth loop, 5 ehain, de into third loop from do stiteh in last row, b ehain, repeat .

28ti row.—Lightest amber, do on the seeond stiteh of the 3 long in last row, 7 ehain, miss 1 ehain of 5, de into eentre of 5, 7 ehain, 14 long, the first into the fifth loop, 6 ehain, 14 long, the first on first long, 7 ehain, do into eentre loop of the b ehain, 7 ehain, repeat .

29th row.—Violet wool, begin on the first 14 long stitehes, 1 long, 2 ehain, 1 long into every third loop, repeat this till the end of the long stitehes, 5 ehain, de into fourth loop, 5 ehain, 3 de stitehes under the next 7 ehain, 3 ehain, 3 de stitehes

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under the next 7 ehain, 5 ehain, de into fourth loop from de stitch in last row, 5 ehain, repeat.

30(4 row.—Cotton, do on first long stiteh,* 5 thain, do on next long stiteh, repeat from,* 10 times more, in all 12 times, 5 ehain, de into third loop, 5 ohain, de on de, 5 ehain, de into third loop, 5 ehain, de on first de 5 ehain, de into fourth loop, 5 ehain, de into fourth loop, 5 ehain, de into third loop, 5 ehain, de on de, 5 ehain, de into third loop, 5 ehain, repeat from beginning.

31t( row.—Cotton, de on the eentre of the first ehain of 5 nearest the first long stiteh in 29th row,* 5 ehain, do into eentre of 5, repeat from,* 10 times more, then 3 ehain, de into eentre of 5, repeat this 8 times more, then 5 ehain, repeat from beginning.

32rf rote.—Cotton, 1 long into the eentre loop of the first 5 ehain, 4 ehain, 1 long into eentre loop of next 5 ehain, repeat this till there aro 11 ehains of 4, then 2 ehain, 1 long into the eentre loop of the 3 ehain till there are 10 ehains of 2, then 4 ehain, and repeat from beginning, the 4 ehain is included in the 11 ehains of 4, therefore in the first eommeneement there will be only 10 ehains of 4, afterwards 11.

33d row.—Darkest green wool, 3 long under the first 4 ehain, 3 ehain, 3 long under the same ehain,

3 ehain, de on seeond long stiteh, 3 ehain, miss 1 ehain, of 4, 3 long under next 4 ehain, 3 ehain, 3 long nnder the same 3 ehain, de on seeond long stiteh, 3 ehain, miss 1 ehain of 4, 3 long under next

4 ehain, 3 ehain, 3 long under the same 3 ehain, de under the 2 ehain,* 5 ehain, miss 1 ehain of 2, de under next two ehain, repeat from,* 3 times more, then 3 ehain, repeat from beginning.

34(4 row.—Seeond shade of green,* 3 long under the 3 ehain between the long stitehes, 4 ehain, 3 more long under the same, 3 ehain, de on de, 3 ehain, repeat from,s 3 times more, (tbe last time omitting the 3 ehain, de on de, 3 ehain,) working insteadf 5 ehain, de on de, repeat fromf 4 times more, 5 ehain, repeat from beginning.

35(4 row.—Lightest green, same as last row only making 4 ehain, de on de, 4 ehain instead of 3.

36(4 row.—Third shade of Searlet reekening from the lightest shade, *3 long under the 4 ehain between the 6 long stitehes in last row, 4 ehain, 3

more long under the same, 5 ehain, 1 long on de, 5 ehain, repeat from,* 3 times more, the last time omitting the 5 ehain, de on de, 5 ehain, working insteadf 5 ehain, de on de, repeat from,f 4 times more, 5 ehain, repeat from beginning.

37(4 row.—Next shade searlet,* 3 long under the

4 ehain in last row, 5 ehain, 3 more long under the same, 5 ehain, 1 long on long, 5 ehain, repoat from,* 3 times more, the last time omitting the 5 ehain, 1 long on long, working insteadf 5 ehain, de on de, repeat from,f twieo more, 5 ehain, 1 long on next de stiteh, 5 ehain, repeat from beginning.

38(4 row.—Lightest searlet, same as last row only making 4 long stitehes instead of 3.

39(4 row.—Cotton, *1 long on the first of the 4 :' long, 5 ehain, 1 long on last of the 4 long, 5 ehain, 1 long into third loop, 5 ehain, 1 long on first long,

5 ehain, 1 long on last long, 5 ehain, repeat from,* 3 times more, 5 ehain, do on long stiteh, 5 ehain, de on de, 5 ehain, de on de, 5 ehain, do on de, 5 ehain, de on long stiteh, 5 ehain, repeat from beginning.

40(4 row.—Cotton, *1 long into the eentre loop of the 5 ehain over the first 4 long stitehes, 5 ehain, 1 long into the eentre loop of next 5 ehain, 5 ehain, 1 long into same loop, 5 ehain, 1 long into eentre loop of next 5 ehain, 5 ehain, 1 long into same loop, 5 ehain, 1 long into eentre loop of next 5 ehain, 5 ehain, repeat from,* 3 times more, the last timo make 7 ehain instead of 5, do on the seeond do stiteh, 5 ehain, de on next de, 5 ehain, de on de, 5 ehain, de on de, 5 ehain, do on de, 7 ehain, repeat from beginning.

41<( row.—Cotton, 1 long into the eentre loop of the first 7 ehain, 5 ehain,* 1 long into oontre loop of the 5 ehain, 5 ehain, repeat from,* 4 times more (omitting the 5 ehain the last time) 3 ehain, do into eentre loop of next 5 ehain, 3 ehain, repeat from the first,* 3 times more, (the last time omitting the 3 ehain) making 5 instead, 1 long into the eentre loop of the 7 ehain, 7 ehain, do on third de stiteh, 7 ehain, repeat from beginning.

When finished, damp it well and lay it between linen folded double, then plaee a heavy weight upon it to eover tho whole surfaee; let it remain a day and night.

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eh, repeat; at the eorner, after the last 3 1 and 3 eh, make 3 1 under the 3 eh at eorner, 3 eh, 3 more 1 under same, 3 eh, 3 1 on 1, repeat.

3d.—Turn baek and work the same.

4tk.—Turn haek, do on the first of the 1 stitehes,» 5 eh, 3 de, under the 3 eh, repeat frome.

bth.—Turn haek, 6 eh, 3 de on the de, repeat .

6lh.—Turn haek, 7 eh, 3 de on de, repeat.

Now, along the top work a row of extra long stitehes, made by twisting the eotton twiee over the heok instead of oneo, beginning on the do stitehes of the border, and working 5 1 stitehes aeross the width of the border at regular spaees, then 1 1, 2 eh, 1 1 on every 1 aeross the squares, terminating with 5 1 in the width of the border.

Now 3 de into every spaee between the 1 stitehes, then eroehet the two pieees together on the right side of the work, or sewing will do as well. If the

tidy sheuld require washing, let it now be done, and pressed between a double linen eloth, under a heavy weight j when dry, line it with eolored eambrie, omitting the border; double it in half, and run a small tuek at the bottom of the extra 1 stitehes; in this tuek insert a narrow pieoe of whalebono, not quite so long as the work, and seeure it at both ends; get a yard of satin ribbon, plaee a pin in the eentre, and on one side of this pin sew on to the ribbon some pieees of old linen fringed about 3 inehes in width, and 8 inehes long; if this is doubled over the ribbon, it will make eaeh pieee i inehes long; sew then on the other side of the pin some soft ehamois leather the samo width and length, now plaee it in the eentre of the tidy, draw the ribbon over, and tie it in a bow at the haek. This sheuld be laid on the toilet-table, and not bung up, it will have the appearanee of a book.

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Ik another month, watering-plaees will be deserted, and thrifty heusewives will be removing what Diekens, in his "Bleak House," so eleverly ealls the "drawing-room pinafores and eurl papers." Brown Holland will be eonsigned to the linen ehest for the winter, and well-papered eorniees will shine forth in nndiminished lustre. In antieipation of this annual heuse-eleaning and refurhishing, Mr. Carryl has prepared two elegant designs for parlor-window drapery.

No. 1 is distinguished for the peeuliar eleganee of the eorniee and lambrequin; the first having wreaths of fine design and exeeution surmounting the heavy burnished har whieh forms the hase. From this depends a lambrequin with a now design, being a simple eentre-pieee, hung with rieh fringe, whieh also depends from the eorniee itself. The eurtains are of satin laine, a deep eontrast of maroon eolor and blue; the fringe, of eourse, matehing it in hue. It is bordered with a wide gimp, and has a novel arrangement of pulleys and eords, by whieh it ean be drawn haek entirely from the window, if the room is too mueh shaded—or, as it sometimes happens, pietures require a stronger light—leaving the laee eurtain and lambrequin only to obstruet the view. This is a most admirable arrangement, as our readers will see, if they eonsider the matter, and one that removes almost the only objeetion that is ever urged against drapery eurtains. It will be notieed that the eords and tassels attaehed to the lambrequin are very elegant; these looping boek the drapery are made to eorrespond in style and eolor. The laee

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eurtain is slightly full, and of a light and graeeful design. No heavy eurtains are now in use witheut one of laee or muslin to soften the effeet.

No. 2 is in quite n different style, the eorniee being lighter, and graeeful as well as elegnnt in shape, the eurved line being preferred by many. We would have our lady readers notiee partieularly the heavy eords and tassels, of Louis Fourteenth style, whieh we have attempted to deseribe to them in an earlier notiee of Mr. Carryl's establishment . They are almost massive in weight, and yet are finished as earefully as the most delieate laee gimp intended for a lady's dress. The eentral pendant is partieularly tasteful, and will, in style, take the plaee of the lambrequin. The drapery is of braeatelle gold and green, shading in stripes as it is gathered haek in full fluted folds. It is lined with white India silk, and the edge is finished with a heavy green and gold eord, instead of a gimp. The laeo eurtain is a very rieh foliage pattern, in applieation work, the border running around the pieee.

Mr. Carryl has imported an Oriental or palm pattern, also in applieation, whieh surpasses anything we have ever seen for riehness of design and exeeution.

The rose is also a very beautiful style, rieh wreaths of buds and foliage forming the eentre, and one of still more delieate work, making a border, fine enough for a lady's robe, or even undersleeves.

We shall have oeeasion, in a future number, to give other new fall styles, and more partieularly designs for bod-draperies and ehamber windows.

.KNITTED BERRIES AND FRUIT. THE YEW AND ITS BERRIES.

BERRIES.

As they have a kind of waxy appearanee, U is preferable to make them always in wool; but if the leaves wore made of fine ehenille, instead of wool, a braneh of yew with its berries would be a very handsome ornament for a winter bonnet .

Cast on nine stitehes on three needles (No. 20); three stitehes on eaeh needle, with drab Berlin wool split in two; knit one plain round, fasten on a bright pinkish searlet shade of Berlin wool split, work one more plain round; in the next, inerease one stiteh at the beginning of every needle; knit four or five plain rounds, and east off all the stitehes. Cover a pieee of leto, or very fine wire, with the thread of the same searlet wool; sew this round the searlet edge of the little eup just made; when the two ends of the wire meet, eontinue to sew one of them round the edge, so as to bring it exaetly opposite to the other; turn down both ends inside the eup, make a little hall of drab Berlin wool, or eotton wool eovered with drab silk, about the size of a young green pea; plaee it in the searlet eup, gather the drab stitehes; twist the wires together to make a stem, and eover k with green wool.

LEAVES.

If ehenille is used, as it ean be proeured stiffened with wire, it will be suffieient to fold the ehenille in two for eaeh leaf, and tie one leaf alternately on eaeh side of the braneh; after ten or twelve leaves, plaee one berry and begin another similar bough. The boughs are afterwards added together in the same manner as the leaves have been, that is to say, one at the top, and the others alternately on eaeh side of the braneh.

If Berlin wool is used for the leaves, eover with green wool, split a few inehes of the finest leto that you ean find; take a pieee of Berlin wool, not split, of bright, theugh rather deep shade of green; plaee it aeross your leto, near one end of it; twist the leto tight two or throe times, eut the shertest end elose to ttie twist, turn down both ends of the Berlin wool along the remaining leto, fasten both Berlin wool and leto together to a pieee of wire, with a thread of brown half twist silk, split in two, and eontinne, as direeted, for the braneh of ehenille leaves.

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