Make Curtains With Filet Crochet Insertion and Ribbon

Any attractive wide insertion in filet crochet may be combined with ribbon of the same width to make a very pretty door panel or curtain. Make the outside strips the longest, and the center strip the shortest, with the length of the strips gradually decreasing. Make the ends pointed, and put a tassel on each.

A dresser scarf or table runner is made in the same way, using two strips of wide ribbon—or hemstitched scrim or linen, if preferred—with insertion between, making the ends of each strip pointed.



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