There are so many wonderful ways to display crochet but one of my favorites is “doubling” up! All rules are meant to be broken right? In my book, if you like the way it looks, then that’s all that counts!
I usually post crochet-a-longs on Wednesdays but I’m waiting for supplies which pushed back the date for my next surprise CAL. But with Mother’s Day a few weeks away, I thought a filet piece would make an ideal project – something that can be used as a doily or even better, framed!
If you love hummingbirds, you’ll love this edging-runner worked in filet crochet. Use as a valance, edging, or slip stitch it to linen! The instructions include how to make it longer (or shorter) to suit your needs!
I can almost hear the crackling and popping of fireworks on a warm balmy evening as the country celebrates the 4th! Work up a filet runner that depicts this celebration in style – be at home or at the park or beach.
Work up a “haunting” filet for Halloween. Depicts two witch hats and fun edging! Place, hang, or drape, it’s perfect for those Halloween parties! 😉
This pattern is worked in filet crochet. A knowledge of filet is required. Instructions include working the piece in size 10, 20, & 30 thread with amount of crochet thread and hook size needed. Sizes are given accordingly. Charting and symbol crochet is included.