Crocheted Edgings: This pattern gives directions to crochet the edgings pictured using No 30 mercerized crochet cotton. Note: These edgings are crocheted in the width rather than the length, so there is no necessity to measure the length of the item to be trimmed and thus take a chance on getting the correct length. You'll find these edgings not only simple to make, but the ideal trimming for so many items such as -- aprons, towels, bed—linens, petticoats, handkerchiefs, curtains, scarfs and luncheon sets. You'll be adding that dainty and personal touch with any of these lovely borders.
This is a Mail Order pattern purchased through newspapers and catalogs. The pattern was marketed as Anne Cabot 5731 as well as under the name of Peggy Roberts. The newspaper description: "Add a dainty crocheted edging to a ready made item and presto - you'll have a lovely gift! These edgings are so easy to crochet and so nice to use on handkerchiefs, towels, pillowcases or curtains".
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