This linen table cloth is divided into four 13 inch squares (only one forth of the table cloth is shown here). Each square displays three sets of 1/4 inch tucks on each side of the four edges which intersect at the corners. These square patches are then joined together by a 5/8 inch edging. The whole piece is then edged with a 7/8 inch wide double binding. A 1 7/8 inch wide linen flounce with 3 sets of inverted 1/8 inch tucks are hemmed with a 1 1/4 inch wide linen bobbin lace edging and attached to the binding. This is currently on display in the museum’s Handmade Lace Exhibit.