How to make a cheese doily (1861)

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Cheese doily pattern

This neat pattern of D’Oyley (doily) is to be worked in ordinary square crochet, and forms a neat and appropriate ornament for the table, besides, at the same time, performing a very acceptable duty as a protector of cheese from the myriad of flies which oftentimes swarm upon the festive board.

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