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Buttoned Gingham Valance (T10-009)


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The versatile design of this filet crochet-type valance can be made in any color to suite your decor. Tie on your favorite decorative buttons with 1/8" wide satin ribbon to complete the effect. This is a great warm-weather project! If you love thread crochet, this is a great project for the intermediate crocheter. The pattern uses dc2tog stitches in the filled blocks; it also uses diagonal blocks for the medium shade appearance - all are defined in the instructions. The valance is worked from the top down. A graph is also provided for reference. This pattern is written in U.S. terms. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You should already know how to ch, sl st, sc, hdc, and dc. Additional stitches are explained in the instructions. GAUGE 10 blocks/spaces x 10 rows = 3-1/4" wide x 3-3/8" high SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS The finished size is 63-1/2" wide x 19" long (from top of rod). A repeat in the pattern is provided to increase the width in 3-1/4" increments.

Recommended with this pattern

  • Light green crochet cotton, size 10, in 350 yd. (320 m) balls - 6 balls
  • Size 7 (1.65 mm) steel crochet hook
  • 7/8" decorative buttons - 20

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Crochet by Kathy
Crochet by Kathy
I have always loved crafting! My mom and I learned to crochet together when I was 12 because there was a crocheted vest I wanted to make. We worked through it and figured it out together. I have been crocheting ever since. I started writing down patterns when making snowflakes, one of my favorite projects to make. I love working on any kind of thread crochet project such as connect as you go motifs, filet crochet, etc. My other favorite crochet projects are working on my reversible designs. I also enjoy cross stitch and knitting. Someday I hope to learn quilting and tatting.