Reminiscent of medieval tapestry themes, this wonderfully inventive crochet pattern has angels, a griﬀon, a hart and a deer, a warrior, a queen and a dancer, and more.
Designed by Olive F. Ashcroft in 1926, this pretty pattern features three-dimensional ﬂower centers with crocheted clusters.
Make a classic table runner or dresser scarf for your music room with this lovely pattern originally designed by Nouvart Tashjian.
Attach this regal lion to a pillow as shown, or use yarn instead of crochet thread to make a lightweight pictorial blanket.
Crochet a simple lace lily and cross edging for an altar cloth. Designed in 1924 by an unknown designer, this crochet pattern features scallops, open areas of lacets and bars, and a mitered corner with detailed instructions.
Ivy Lace Scarf End is a simple and versatile ﬁlet crochet lace pattern, originally written by Hannah Buss in 1921. It works as is for the end of a dresser scarf or a table runner.
For Good Friday and the Easter season, this scalloped altar cloth edging has the acronym INRI, or “Jesus of Nazareth, the King of the Jews”, which was an inscription put on the cross.
Designed in 1922 by Ida C. Farr, this ﬁlet crochet pattern has instructions for an alternative foundation row.