Crochet a tablecloth corner that features ﬂying butterﬂies and swirling leaves, and attach it to fabric or a purchased plain tablecloth. Designed by Olive F. Ashcroft in 1924, the pattern includes two small matching butterﬂy corners for napkins.
Let your creativity shine with this reversible butterﬂy motif and two matching borders. Designed by Cecily Palmer and Eveline D. Johnson in 1940, you can use this pattern to make a bedspread, tablecloth, or curtains.
Originally designed by Blanche Kendall-Job in 1927, Beverly Lace and Insertion is a very simple and attractive Art Deco design, with symbolic representations of ﬂowers and leaves. It’s suitable for many purposes, and the lace edging and insertion may be used separately or in combination.
Children are always interested in animals and birds, and your little one will be delighted with a “zoo” bedspread. Designed by Mrs. A.J. Lavender in 1918, these simple blocks will fuel your creativity.
Use this patriotic United States ﬂag pattern to make a wall hanging, pillow top, or small curtain. Designed in 1917 by Mrs. A.H. Albau, there are 48 stars on the ﬂag, and the pattern includes suggestions for diﬀerent words.