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I have been crocheting for 40 years. It is a craft that I want to promote and encourage in everyone that loves to create. I especially like to bring the antique patterns and techniques forward in ...
I have been crocheting for 40 years. It is a craft that I want to promote and encourage in everyone that loves to create. I especially like to bring the antique patterns and techniques forward in time and make them accessible to new crocheters.View all patterns by designer (17) »
How many times do we really wear the same shawl? What do we do with it in between? We use it as a table runner!
This versatile pattern is easily lengthened or widened. Make a skinny scarf in a single evening. Make a wider shawl. Make a table runner to custom fit that bureau in your bedroom.
Of all the bobbin laces, torchon, with its diamond-shaped background net, fans and trails, is the easiest to transform into crochet. This design is modeled after the historical torchon bobbin lace.
Sizes Available: You can adjust the width of this pattern by adding panels which are continuously crocheted. No seaming.
The pattern gives instructions for adjusting the length.
Dimensions for samples in pattern:
Shawl: 22.5 in by 67 in (57 cm by 170 cm)
Scarf: 6.5 in by 66 in (16.5 cm by 168 cm)
Fiber used for samples in pattern:
Shawl: Hand Dyed Rayon Boucle, lace weight, Willow, 550 yards/503 meters
Scarf: J&P Coats Royale Fashion Crochet (Size 3), white, 157 yards/137 meters, used 1.3 balls = 195 yards/178 meters
There is no gauge.
500 yards of Lace weight