I've always admired the delicacy of white crochet edging. With its' airy dips and peaks, it never fails to elicit a smile. After I purchased this unique pot at a local garden store, I noticed how its' lacy-look border appears like crochet edging.
I haven't quite found the right plant to put inside, but in the meantime it stands well on its' own.
Recently I found two vintage pillowcases with a pretty edging, and whitened them up. Here they lie atop this basket of crochet-edged & ruffled-edge linens. Lovely to look at even when not in use:
The runner on the bottom of the pile is one of my favorites:
Here again is the doll I made for our daughter, guided by a Tilda's World pattern. The crochet-edged trim used on her dress was a thrift store find.
It was handmade by some talented person (wish I could say it was me):
The doll is enjoying being 'framed' on the shelf, overseeing all the goings-on:
I'll be sharing this crochet-edge loveliness with Kathleen's White Wednesday.
Also sharing with these parties:
Vintage Inspiration Friday
Feathered Nest Friday
Show and Tell Friday