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I love filet crochet! It’s just so pretty and classic. I love that you can make pictures in just one color. I have this crazy dream that one day I will make widow sheers in filet patterns. I’ve put together a collection of lovely filet patterns for you this evening, and you can find a few more HERE.

Filet Crochet Pattern Round Up from Jessie At Home

Here are the names and links of each pattern.

 

1) Butterfly Prayer Shawl In Filet Crochet Chart! – by Crochet Living
“I wanted to create a prayer shawl that symbolized change, joy, love, and metamorphosis. I chose the Butterfly.”

2) Square Jug/Bowl Cover – by Megan Mills
“Jug and bowl covers are a pretty and practical way to keep annoying insects away from your juice, milk and sugar.”

3) Red White and Baby – by Tamara Kelly
“The Red White and Baby Blanket is my contribution to the Yarnspirations World’s Biggest Stocking effort!”

4) Elegant Floral Filet Table Scarf by Kim Guzman
This floral patterned table scarf will dress up any table!

5) Juliette Shawl – by Jessie Rayot
This shawl featured filet crochet for the border.

6) Filet Dragon Centerpiece or Runner – by Augusta Pfueffer
Antique chart was originally printed in Filet Crochet and How to Use It, Book Number Three, by Augusta Pfeuffer.

7) Heart To Heart Afghan – by Crochet Treasures
Filet crochet isn’t just for crochet thread. This pattern uses a repeating pattern and worsted weight yarn to make a blanket!

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!

To see more Round Ups from Jessie At Home, click here.

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