table runner

Designed by Helen Nelson in 1918, an easy table runner is constructed from a filet crochet insertion, fabric, and a wide edging for the ends of the table runner. The insertion, made in strips, would make a lovely bedspread, using the edging for a border.  

Use this easy pattern to crochet elegant, tiered lace for the ends of a table runner or tray cover. Depicting a flower pot or wall sconce, it was designed by Mrs. A.A. Biers in 1921.

Rose leaves decorate the edges of this scarf end pattern, and an oval medallion in the center makes it unique. You can use this pattern to beautify the end of a table runner or dresser scarf, or leave the top oval off for a pretty valance. Designed in 1925 by Olive F.

Dress up your table with a lovely, simple pattern from nature. This Lace Scarf with Butterfly Motif was designed by Arphilien Bousquet in 1916.

 

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.

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