Saturday, May 10, 2014

Crochet Video Tight Lace Stitch Pattern






Tight Lace Crochet
Stitch Pattern


This is a beautiful lace crochet stitch pattern that any beginner to do. The pattern is very simple even though it might not look it. You're only repeating 2 rows for the entire pattern.

You could easily turn this into a scarf. My swatch is 7 inches wide so that's perfect. You could turn it into just about anything.


You're alternating between doing a Shell stitch and 2 individual double crochets. You repeat that row after row.


FIXED: Regarding the Video on youtube I accidently gave the wrong chain amount. This post is correct when I say multiple of 7 + 2.

I have an almost identical pattern I used on a scarf except I used Half Triple Crochets. The larger the stitch the more open the lace pattern is. 


You need a multiple of 7 + 2 chains for this pattern.
Ch23
Size: 7 in wide
Gauge: 3.25 (3 1/4th) stitches per inch
1.25 (1 1/4th) rows per inch

Hook Size: I hook

Abbreviations and Stitches Used:
Shell = (2dc, ch2, 2dc )
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
ch3 = chain 3
ch = chain
ch2sp = chain 2 space
tch = turning chain
* = repeat the instructions between the astericks
PATTERN: Chain 23
Row 1: Do 1sc in the 2nd chain from the hook. Do 1sc in each chain across the row (22sc)

Row 2 ch3 (counts as 1st dc) *Skip next 2 chains, 1 Shell in next ch, Skip 2, Do 1dc in each of the next 2 stitches* repeat .

Row 3: ch3 (counts as 1st dc) , *Do 1 shell in the next ch2sp, skip 2 sts, Do 1dc in each of the next 2 stitches* repeat 1 more time then Do 1 shell in the next ch2sp, skip 2 sts, Do 1dc in the tch (3 shells made)

Row 4: ch3, *Do 1 shell in the next ch2sp, skip 2 sts, Do 1dc in each of the next 2 stitches* repeat 1 more time then do 1 shell in the next ch2sp, skip 2 sts, Do 1dc in each of the last 2 sts. Ending in the tch

Rep 3 and 4

Please make items for personal use only :)

If you have any questions please let me know.
Thanks for taking the time to stop by,
Heather 


2 comments:

  1. Love this scarf! Thanks for teaching me! Was just wondering how I end the pattern?

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    1. Hi, you don't have to do anything special. Just end when you reach the desired length.
      Heather

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