Daisy Chain Insertion & Edging Filet Crochet Pattern
Simple stitches and a simple pattern, combined with negative space, make for an elegant insertion and lace edging. Designed by Edward Ellis Ford in 1921, you can use this pattern to make wonderful embellishments for garments and linens.
Pomona Scarf End Filet Crochet Pattern
Designed by Ida C. Farr in 1921 as a scarf end, this pattern features an overflowing basket of fruits, and she named it after Pomona, the goddess of garden and orchard. You can crochet this lace for the ends of a table runner or tablecloth, or for a beautiful lace curtain.
26 Mix & Match Alphabet Corners Filet Crochet Pattern
With twenty-six different borders to choose from, you can make matching corners for guest towels, pillow covers, tablecloths, napkins, and even handkerchiefs.
Butterfly Edging & Insertion Filet Crochet Pattern
Use this simple butterfly lace edging and matching insertion crochet pattern to decorate garments, towels, pillow cases, curtains, table linens and more. The pattern was designed by Mrs. C.L. Hendrick in 1921. This is not your usual scanned vintage crochet pattern.
Owl Panel Filet Crochet Pattern
Designed by Mrs. C.H. Hendrick in 1921, you can use this simple owl pattern to make a wall hanging or pillow cover, or use baby-weight yarn to make a light afghan. The pattern includes instructions for the edging shown on the cover, and instructions for an alternate filet crochet border.
Flower Basket Panel Filet Crochet Pattern
Designed in 1921 as a pillow cover pattern, Emma Loper made it a tribute to her crafty ancestors, who made mesh lace with thread and netting for antimacassars to keep their furniture free from hair oils.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Panel Filet Crochet Pattern
Originally designed as a pillow cover by Adaline Abington in 1925, this pattern features a VFW emblem: The Great Seal of the United States inside a badge shape surrounded by the eight rays, plus "Veterans of Foreign Wars" spelled out.
Flower Pot Scarf End Filet Crochet Pattern
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. This is not your usual scanned vintage crochet pattern.
Flower Basket with Butterfly Filet Crochet Pattern
A butterfly swoops in for a treat from the flower basket in this easy crochet pattern designed by Fern Graham in 1921. You can use this pattern to make a pillow cover, wall hanging, or window decoration. This is not your usual scanned vintage crochet pattern.
Medieval Tapestry Blocks Filet Crochet Pattern
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.
Lily Altar Lace Filet Crochet Pattern
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. This is not your usual scanned vintage crochet pattern.
Folk Peacock Filet Crochet Pattern
A proud peacock struts his stuff in a combination of art deco elements, designed by Pearl Stayton in 1916. Use this simple crochet pattern to make a pillow top as shown, or adapt it for other home decor. This is not your usual scanned vintage crochet pattern.
Marguerite Daisy Edging & Insertion Filet Crochet Pattern
Designed by Olive F. Ashcroft in 1926, this pretty pattern features three-dimensional flower centers with crocheted clusters. You can make an entire charming bedroom set from this design--a bedspread with the insertion, and matching pillow cases, curtains and dresser scarf with the edging.
Bluebirds Scarf End Filet Crochet Pattern
Add happiness to your home decor with this easy crochet pattern for the end of a table runner or dresser scarf. Designed by Mrs. J.C. Campbell in 1918, these bluebirds stand the test of time. This is not your usual scanned vintage crochet pattern.
Stork Wall Hanging Filet Crochet Pattern
Set in a cabbage patch, a stork welcomes a new baby. Featuring the motto "May all your Troubles be Little Ones", this crocheted lace wall hanging pattern was designed by Mary Card as a pillow cover in 1925. Using simple chain and double crochet stitches, you can make it as a gift for a new mother.
Pennsylvania Dutch Tulips Tablecloth Filet Crochet Pattern
This gorgeous filet crochet centerpiece is constructed by adding lace triangles to a square of fabric. Sew the large triangles to your fabric square, crochet smaller triangles along the resulting straight edges, add the included fancy picot edging, and you're done! Designed by Mrs. B.