Presenting, ‘Chapel Window Trim Edging Crochet Pattern’! Vintage style crochet edging inspired by the decorative work of the chapel windows. This lace edge includes scallops and picots which creates an airy and openwork border.
This cathedral trimming pattern also includes a step-by-step picture tutorial and charts. This insertion embellishment is dedicated to the lovely filigree work and stained glass windows of the chapels and cathedrals which have always intrigued and mesmerized me.
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Suggested Yarn: Anchor Embroidery Floss/ Stranded Cotton (100% Egyptian Giza Cotton; 9 yds[8m]; CYCA # 0 – Lace): #1208, 2 skeins.
You will need a little less than 6 skeins to make 1 yard of this trim if you use a similar thread weight yarn. I used a purple, pink & white variegated thread for this example. You can use any yarn to make this trim.
Crochet Hook Size: 1.75mm steel crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge.
Finished Size: Length: 5.5 inches, Width: 1.5 inches.
Abbreviations: US terms
Pattern Language: English
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