I was able to find all the Godey's Lady's Book between 1860 and 1869 on-line. Of those 20 volumes, only one did not have any netting information. I included several lacis or darning patterns.
1860 (Vol. 60-61)
1861 (Vol. 62-63)
1862 - Jan-Jun (Vol.64)
- page 284 Sprigs for Window Curtains in Netting and Darning
- page 285 AntiMacassar in Diamond Netting
- page 331 Sponge-Bag [illustration]
- page 393 Sponge-Bag
- page 497 Netted Hand Screens
1863 (Vol. 66-67)
- page 390 Double Netting in Two Colors
- page 391 Grecian Netting
- page 25 Netted Border [illustration]
- page 87 Netted Border
- page 177 Patterns for Netting or Crochet [darning]
- page 179 A Netted Tidy
- page 180 Tuft Netting in Wool and Cotton
- page 270 Patterns for Netting or Crochet [darning]
- page 468 Pattern for Netting or Crochet [darning]
- page 82 Marie Louise Hair Net
- page 83 Simple Sleeping Net
- page 83 Invisible Net
- page 436 Darning Pattern for Netting Work
- page 481 A Netted Opera or Useful Cap
- page 128 Geometrical or Honeycomb Netting [illustration]
- page 187 Geometrical or Honeycomb Netting
- page 188 Netted Pincushion
- page 190 Netted Cover for Horses' Ears
- page 75 Hair Net with Ribbon Coronet
- page 11 Netted Mitten [illustration]
- page 75 Netted Mitten
- page 23 Netted Window Curtains [illustration]
- page 76 Netted Window Curtains
- page 10 Netted Tidy [illustration]
- page 89 Netted Tidy
- page 125 German Cushion Cover [illustration]
- page 178 German Cushion Cover
- page 177 Lady's Netted Nightcap
- page 270 Designs for Pincushions
- page 300 Flower Vase Mat in Tufted Netting [illustration]
- page 361 Flower Vase Mat in Tufted Netting
- page 492 Sleeve-Trimming, in Flanders lace [illustration]
- page 547 Sleeve-Trimming, in Flanders lace
- page 18 Bread-Cloth [illustration]
- page 81 Bread-Cloth
- page 126 Opera Hood [illustration]
- page 174 Opera Hood
- page 401 Design for Crochet, Netting, or Berlin Work
- page 490 Netted Tassel Cover
1867 - Jan-Jun (Vol. 74)
- page 365 Netted Nightcap
- page 99 Hanging Basket Pattern [darning]
- page 269 Netted Kerchief
- page 450 Invalid's Bed Support
- page 455 Crochet, or Netting and Darning for Tidies, Quilts, Etc.
- page 545 Border - Crochet or Netting and Darning
- page 353 Crochet or Netting and Darning
- page 86 Square in Guipure Netting
- page 88 Netting Case for a Ball
- page 395 Circular Cushion in Crochet [net trimming] [illustration]
- page 449 Circular Cushion in Crochet [net trimming]
- page 167 Netted Neckerchief
- page 255 Baby's Boot (knitting) [net edging on cuff]
- page 353 Border - Crochet or Netting and Darning
- page 490 Satin Sofa Cushio, with Embroidery on Netting
- page 531 Sachet in Darned Netting
That They Might Have Life
Happy news is welcome any season of the year.
Silence, even static, can be pleasant to the ear
When compared with bulletins of earthquakes, floods, and war.
Does tumult define our era? Is this who we are?
What if we awoke to see a new star in the sky
Shining over Boston or Detroit or old Shanghai?
On the Web it would go viral and be center stage
On the news shows. In the papers it would be front page.
What response would follow when the story was conveyed
Of a baby humbly born and in a manger laid?
Would we join the wise men in their long and earnest quest,
Kneeling down before this king and giving of our best?
Would a song of peace on earth gain traction in my heart?
Would it factor in the gifts that fill my shopping cart?
Like the shepherds, will I hear what angel voices sing?
Let mine be the joy of truly worshiping my king.
As we do to others, even so we serve our Lord.
He stayed calm and kept his peace when others sowed discord.
With the poor and lowly he shared healing balm and leaven.
For us all he gave his life and showed the way to heaven.