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81
Paunch Mats: various.
It will be obvious that mats
of an infinite number of patterns
may be made, and variations on
the simpler forms will ^ probably suggest them-
selves. But if they do not, and ^ if the
reader wishes to gain new ideas, he
is referred to any book of lace patterns
and to Th. de Dillmont : Le Macrame.
published by the same at Dornach, and
obtainable in London. It is found in
hospitals that men and boys, when tired
of reading, are glad to leave^ practise this kind
of work even with string, but with
thick cord the occupation has the
charm of appearing more masculine.

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