What was once prominent in home décor and a fashion statement of the 70s, crochet is back in a big way and better than ever. It is shabby cottage chic; bohemian, romantic prairie style and of course, vintage. What used to be associated with ugly granny sofa covers and blankets, is now retro chic and gorgeous. Seen here in dresses, curtains, revamped sofa covers and more vintage style repurposed diy crafts, crochet fabrics are everywhere. Are you groovin’ on this hot trend?
A traditional vintage crochet valance lets plenty of light shine in creating an airy, romantic window dressing.
This crochet tablecloth, updated with repurposed aqua mason jar vases each holding a single flower, proves that beauty is in simplicity.
Vintage tablecloths repurposed as curtains create a bohemian vibe as they welcome visitors into this home.
This casual crochet dress is very reminiscent of the 70s; All she needs is a flower tucked in her hair. Groovy.
Crochet fashion isn’t just for the beach – paired with a tulle and floral veil, crochet takes center stage at summer weddings (Above and below).
Crochet and lace – what could be more romantic on the runway?
One of my favorite closet/bedroom pics – the crochet bedspread and tea stained crochet blanket draped over the bed sitting atop white washed wood floors, this bedroom is the ultimate in prairie romantic chic.
This DIY-er transformed a tablecloth or doily into a gorgeous basket filled with vintage photos and sheet music.
Gone are the days of crochet blankets hung on the back of sofas in 70s greens, yellows, oranges and browns. Gorgeous shabby cottage chic covers adorn this sofa and wing chair by sewing white crochet, chenille and floral fabrics together.