Filet Crochet Curtain Tie Back

crochet curtain tie

Filet Crochet Curtain Tie Back

Crochet Pattern by B. Hooked Crochet, Copyright 2016.

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This pattern is written in US crochet terms

03-intermediate web

Gather Your Supplies

  • Aunt Lydia’s Fashion Crochet Thread Size 3, approx 45 yds
  • 2.25 mm Crochet Hook
  • 80 Silver Plated Round Beads, 4mm,
  • Darning Needle
  • Scissors

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Gauge and Sizing

Your finished curtain tie back will measure approximately 13″ in circumference. The beaded chain will measure approximately 10 feet long.

Abbreviations

  • Ch – Chain
  • Dc – Double Crochet

To print a list of all crochet abbreviations to keep in your crochet notebook, check out my quick guide here:

Crochet Abbreviations Quick Guide

Crochet Curtain Tie

Pattern Notes

The filet crochet curtain tie back is worked in two separate pieces, and are referred to as the tie (filet crochet) and the beaded chain.

The tie is worked in the flat in rows and is sewn together to form a ring.



For the neatest results, I recommend you wet block your finished filet crochet curtain tie back and beaded chain. For more information on wet blocking, have a look at my post here

All About Blocking

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Written Instructions

Tie

Crochet Curtain Tie

Row 1: Ch 102. Dc in the 4th chain from the hook and each chain. Ch 3 (counts as stitch) and turn.

Row 2: Dc in the first 13 stitches. *Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next stitch. Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next stitch. Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next stitch. Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next stitch. Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next stitch. Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next 9 stitches. Repeat from * three times. Dc in the last 14 stitches. Ch 3 (counts as stitch) and turn.

Row 3:  Dc in the first 14 stitches. *Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next 9 stitches (including chain gaps). Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next 9 stitches. Repeat from * three times. Dc in the last 14 stitches. Ch 3 (counts as stitch) and turn.

Row 4: Dc in the first 13 stitches. *Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next 4 stitches. Repeat from * 13 times. Dc in the last 14 stitches. Ch 3 (counts as stitch) and turn.


Row 5: Dc in the first 14 stitches. *Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next 4 stitches. Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next 4 stitches. Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next 2 stitches. Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next stitch. Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next stitch. Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next 2 stitches. Repeat from * three times. Dc in the last 14 stitches. Ch 3 (counts as stitch) and turn.

Row 6: Dc in the first 13 stitches. *Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next 4 stitches. Repeat from * 13 times. Dc in the last 14 stitches. Ch 3 (counts as stitch) and turn.

Row 7:  Dc in the first 14 stitches. *Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next 9 stitches (including chain gaps). Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next 9 stitches. Repeat from * three times. Dc in the last 14 stitches. Ch 3 (counts as stitch) and turn.

Row 8: Dc in the first 13 stitches. *Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next stitch. Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next stitch. Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next stitch. Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next stitch. Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next stitch. Ch 1 and skip one stitch. Dc in next 9 stitches. Repeat from * three times. Dc in the last 14 stitches. Ch 3 (counts as stitch) and turn.

Row 9: Dc in each stitch. Bind off leaving a tail that is approximately 6″ long.

To Assemble: Using the long bind off tail and your darning needle, sew up the two ends of the tie back (I used a whip stitch). Weave in your remaining ends.

Beaded Chain

Crochet Beaded Chain

String 80 beads before you begin your beaded chain. 

Create a slip knot and add a bead to your first chain. *Ch 10. Add a bead to the next chain. Repeat from * until you run out of beads (or until your chain is as long as you’d like).

Bind off immediately after the last bead was added. To weave in your ends, use a darning needle to work the tail into the chain, working back and forth until it is secure.


One thought on “Filet Crochet Curtain Tie Back

  • Sharon Mahoney

    This is a very beautiful drapery tie! I am thinking of doing 2 for 1 window, pulling the panels back to the sides instead of to the middle. You said the length of the tie is 13″; my question is how wide is your tie? I realize this is “in your hands” but I would like an idea. Thank you and thanks for the pattern.
    Sharon M.

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