Eula Mae HOLDER LINN was gifted in many ways. One of those was with a crochet hook and thread in her hands. It seemed like she was always crocheting something. When she visited family away from home, one of the first things she requested was a trip to the store to buy some thread.
The pictures below show the basic design of the bedspreads she made. Each square measures approximately 6″ x 6″ and is made of a fine cotton thread commonly known as “knit cro-sheen” She would make one square at a time and then sew them together for the finished bedspread. The bedspread covers a double/queen bed and require 12 squares across and 14 squares down for a grand total of 168 squares. There are 3 known bedspreads of this exact same pattern and size. That’s 504 squares. She really was always crocheting something.