Crochet lace is so pretty! And it’s much easier and faster then traditional lace making.
While some lace will require your full attention and concentration, others are easy to memorize and quick to make. There are so many different looks to create with crochet lace, here are just a few.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Fall Sparkles Shawl by Jessie At Home
“I love fall colors! This triangular shawl features little leaves throughout, along with some beautiful beads from Bead Biz.”
2) Scalloped Lace Heirloom Headband 0-6 months by Kirsten Holloway Designs
“This dainty, scalloped lace headband is easy to work up, and perfect for those who are just starting to experiment with crochet thread. It can be made in a couple of hours or less, and would be a nice last-minute baby shower gift.”
3) Spring Green A Lacy Crochet Mesh Scarf by Crochet for You
“This is a long scarf pattern that crocheted with sport weight yarn to get the lightweight and lacy look. This pattern has fun and delicate look with angled popcorn stitch stripes running all over the design.”
4) “Queen Ann’s Lace” Scarf by Posh Pooch Designs
“I Hope when you are stitching Up this Beautiful Scarf you will think about Loved ones and Friends who have pasted from Cancer, or are Fighting it.”
5) Clusters and Vs Lace Scarf by Underground Crafter
“This is where lace scarves come in. They work in the cooler weather and in the warmer weather. And, since I used Bernat Maker Home Dec, a bulky, cotton-blend yarn, this particular lace scarf has excellent drape and is very breathable.”
6) Cinnamon Fling Wrap by Kim Guzman
This lovely wrap is edged with a fun, thick lace border!
7) Summer Wrap by Pattern Paradise
“The stripes are formed by crossed stitches (a variation of the X Stitch) alternated with simple chained strands. The border is a very simple, elegant, clean finish.”
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