NAPKINS WITH LACE EDGINGS

My edging is on the first napkin.  The whole project can be done in less than 5 hours if you decide to tackle it without interruptions.

I need to complete the other 3 napkins now that I have the model. I don’t know if I am going to make each napkin with the same pattern.

I like to change-up while I am crocheting, but I may change my mind between now and when I start a second napkin.

My fellow blogger and artisan Jane from Rainbow, has suggested that the edging can be crocheted separately and then sewed on the napkins and she has the photograph to prove it. It was done many years ago by her Mom. You may want to visit the link she left in the comment section of my post on my cloth napkins on january the 10th.

Here are the photos, I hope you think they look expensive:

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I hope you had a nice Monday and you are on your way to a very productive and creative week. See You Soon, Fellow Artisans…

Comments

  1. My husband said we should use cloth napkins with how many paper towels we go through. I love the idea of crocheting an edge onto them!

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  2. Looking very good! Seriously impressed 🙂

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  3. I know that you are all about saving money but I saw this and thought you may like to see it? http://www.sharpcrochethook.com/ Looking cannot do any harm? 😉

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  4. Beautiful! They must have doubled in price at least 🙂

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  5. So vintage, so nice 🙂

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  6. They look lovely. I like the colours. You must be pleased with them.

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  7. it’s so funny cos I’m doing the same thing right now! but on crochet table cloths! (ok and another 4 or 5 projects as well! ) xx

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  8. Very nice shade of green, and it highlighted the napkin nicely. It is really nice, and you did a great job. Mtetar

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  9. s.t.u.n.n.i.n.g! and far too expensive for my pocket 🙂

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