Vintage Linen Edgings

Vintage Linen Edgings
Crochet Patterns for Vintage Edgings
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Step 1: Edging #1

Below you will find 3 different vintage linen edgings. Enjoy crocheting these vintage edging patterns to add to your special projects, pillows, old fashioned hankies, apparel and all sorts of different items. 

Difficulty: Easy to Intermediate

Materials: Mercerized crochet, size 10 steel crochet hook # 8; size 20 with steel crochet hook #9; Size 30 with steel crochet hook #10; Size 50 with steel crochet hook #12.

 

edging

Edging #1

Make a chain slightly longer than length desired.

1st row: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across, having sc divisible by 4 and 1 over. Ch 1, turn.

2nd row: Sc in first sc, * ch 3, skip 3 sc, sc in next sc. Repeat from * across. Ch 1, turn.

3rd row: * In next loop make sc, dc, tr, d tr and tr tr, ch 7, sc in same loop. Repeat from * across. Turn.

4th row: Sl st in next 7 ch, sc under ch-7 loop,* ch 3, sc in next ch-7 loop. Repeat from * across. Ch 1, turn.

5th row: Sc in first sc, * ch 10, sc in 5th ch from hook, ch 5, sc in next sc. Repeat from * across. Break off.

Insertion: Work as for Edging until 4 rows are completed. 5th row: Make 3 sc in each sp and sc in each sc across. Break off.

Step 2: Edging #2

Edging #2

Insertion:

1st row: Ch 14, 3 dc in 9th ch from hook, ch 3, skip 3 ch, dc in next ch. Ch 5, turn.

2nd row: Dc in next sp, dc in next 2 dc, ch 2, dc in same dc as last dc, dc in next dc, dc in next sp, ch 2, skip 2 ch, dc in next ch. Ch 5, turn.

3rd row: Holding back on hook the last loop of each dc, make dc in next 3 dc, thread over and draw through all loops on hook (a cluster made), in next sp make dc, ch 2 and dc; make a cluster in next 3 dc as before, ch 2, skip 2 ch, dc in next ch. Ch 8, turn.

4th row: Skip next cluster and dc, 3 dc in ch-2 sp, ch 5, skip dc and cluster and next 2 ch, dc in next ch. Ch 5, turn. Repeat 2nd, 3rd and 4th rows for length desired. Break off.

Edging

Work Insertion for length desired.

1st row: Attach thread to first free sp on one long side, ch 4, holding back on hook the last loop of each tr, make 3 tr in sp, thread over and draw through all loops on hook (a cluster made), * ch 15, skip 1 sp, make a 3-tr cluster in next sp, skip 1 sp, 3-tr cluster in next sp. Repeat from * across. Ch 1, turn.

2nd row: In next loop make * (5 sc, ch 3) 3 times, and 5 sc. Repeat from * across. Ch 1, turn.

3rd row: Sl st in 5 sc and in loop, sc in loop, * (in next loop make ch 5, 3-tr cluster) 3 times; ch 5. sc in next 2 loops. Repeat from * across, ending with a sc. Break off.

Step 3: Edging #3

Edging #3

Make a chain longer than length desired.

1st row: Tr in 8th ch from hook, * (ch 3, sc in 3rd ch from hook) 3 times; holding back on hook the last loop of each tr, make tr in same place as last tr, sk 4 ch, tr in next ch, thread over and draw through all loops on hook. Repeat form * across. Break off.

Insertion: Work exactly as for edging, then work edging along opposite side in the same way. Break off.

 

About The Author

Esther Leavitt is a pattern designer and craft editor for Craftown.com.  About herself she says "Crafts are a way for me to unwind but at the same time keep my hands busy so I don't go crazy."  She is also the owner and proprietor of Crafts by Starlight