Alice Brooks

Crochet Edgings Pattern, Alice Brooks 5709


Crocheted Edgings and Insertions:  These crocheted edgings, of various types and widths, can be used on many different articles – Shelf edging, collar and cuff sets, edging for lingerie, children's dresses, doilies, towels, scarfs, and pillow cases are a few uses. Charts are given for the filet edging and insertion. 

EDGINGS NO. 1, NO. 2. NO, 5 AND NO. 7: Pillow cases, towels and household linens,

EDGINGS NO. 4. NO. 6 AND NO. 7: Collar and cuff sets and household linens.

EDGING NO. 5: Handkerchiefs, infants accessories, lingerie and small household linens.

EDGING NO. 6: In string for shelving.

This is a Mail Order Design pattern purchased through newspapers.  This pattern was marketed as Alice Brooks 5709 in 1936.  The newspaper description:  "Your lingerie will be daintier and lovelier than ever when you've trimmed it with these pretty lace edgings. Your favorite hankies and fine linens may also be trimmed with a bit of your own crochet for any or all of these stunning designs are easy to do".

All patterns in this shop are reformatted vintage designs; crisp clean documents for your working pleasure. The pattern is a PDF download. A link will be forwarded to your email address within a couple minutes

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