Irish crochet lace was developed in Ireland in the mid-1800s during the potato famine. Unlike most forms of crochet, worked in either rounds or rows, traditional Irish crochet is made up of motifs that are joined with mesh stitches, forming lace. The motifs usually take the form of solid ribbons, leaves, shamrocks and flowers. The Irish rose is the most recognizable design.
In honour of Granny, whom we dearly love and remember, we name this tablecloth design “Irish Rose Sunflower” Crochet Lace. Irish Rose for her root and tradition, Sunflowers were her favourite, and she used lace tablecloths to add beauty to her home. Limited quantities. Available in ovals and rounds. Vintage Ecru colour.
- Made of 100% mercerized cotton thread.
- Hand Crocheted Irish Roses in the centre of each Sunflower.
- Vintage Ecru colour.
- Oval sizes : 50″ x 70″ / 60″ x 80″ / 70″ x 90″
- All measurements are approximate with a variation of 5-10% deviance.
- Note: please request if precise measurement needed.
- Limited quantities.
- NO dryer.