Every bride needs a bridal hankie the day of her wedding to wipe those happy tears. A fun tradition you can have is make this free crochet pattern and pass it down to each member of the family as she gets married; it'll be a living antique.
Crochet Hook7 or 1.65 mm hook (steel)
Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.
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Jul 19, 2017
This entire little hankie is worked in crochet, so youre not just adding an edge to a fabric square. You would work it in white, but I think it would be pretty in a pale Robins Egg for the Something Blue part of the wedding ensemble. Or make the ribbon blue instead of white. Worked primarily in Single Crochet, this would be a nice contribution from a Beginner, too.
Apr 30, 2017
Nearly impossible to tell from the thumbnail pic provided- I thought it was only crocheted trim on a cotton store bought hankie. In actuality the entire hankie is crocheted using single crochets. You then make a pretty border edging and add your ribbon in color of your choosing. So dainty!
shelleymiles2001 1 518065
Jul 25, 2011
When it comes to the border i'm having problems to star the first row. I was wondering if you had a pic or a video on it? Ty very much for helping me.
StewiesMama 768505 4
Jun 12, 2011
Very sweet,simple pattern. Could be done with a few rows of the brides color or her something blue. The ribbon could be changed for the same effect. The couples names or initials and date could be embroidered or written on the corner with a perma-micron pen. You could also work pearls or beads into the rows. Pattern is a great place to start or lovely as it is.
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