I have a funny story about this Crochet Lace Scarf Pattern. I had an idea that I would create a lace table runner. I decided on the stitches to use and my measurements.
Well, it didn’t quite work out as planned. I showed my finished item to my Nan the other day and she said “Ooh, that’s a lovely scarf! I wouldn’t mind one of those…”
It looks like Nan will get her wish and receive a crochet lace scarf for Christmas!
Hmmm, so as it turns out, it’s a ‘lovely scarf’.
5 x 10 gram balls of cotton thread size 10
Stitches & Terms
This pattern is using U.S. stitches. To convert stitches go to my Crochet Stitch Conversion Chart.
ch = chain
ch-1 = previous chain 1 stitch
ch-2 = previous chain 2 stitches
hk = hook
rep = repeat
sk = skip
sl st = slip stitch
sp = space
st/s = stitch/es
tch = turning chain
dc = double crochet
Crochet Lace Scarf Measurements
Length 51 inches/130 cm x Width 6.5 inches/16 cm
Row 1: 3 dc into 4th ch from hk, *ch 2, sk 6 chs, (3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) into next ch, rep from *, ending with ch 2, sk 6 ch, 4 dc in the last ch, ch 3, turn.
Row 2: 3 dc into next dc, *ch 2, (3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) into the next ch-1 sp, rep from *, ending with ch 2, 4 dc into top of tch, ch 3, turn.
Row 3: 3 dc into the next dc, *ch 1, sl st into each of the next ch-2 sts, ch 1, (3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) into the next ch-1 sp, rep from *, ending with 4 dc into top of tch, ch 3, turn.
Rows 4-5: Repeat Row 2.
Row 6: Repeat Row 3.
Rows 7-8: Repeat Row 2.
Row 9: Repeat Row 3.
Rows 10-11: Repeat Row 2.
Row 12: Repeat Row 3.
Rows 13-14: Repeat Row 2.
Row 15: Repeat Row 3.
Rows 16-17: Repeat Row 2.
Row 18: 3 dc into next dc, * ch 1, sl st into each of next ch-2 sts, ch 1, (3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) into next ch-1 sp, rep from *, ending with 4 dc into top of tch, ch 6, turn.
Row 19: *sl st into the next ch-1 sp , ch 6, rep from *, ending with ch 5, sl st into top of tch.
Weave in yarn tails with a tapestry/sewing needle.
You can add your own edging around the crochet lace scarf if you like or just leave it plain.
Feel free to share a photo of you crochet lace scarf on the Crochet Hooks You Facebook Page.
All the best,
Doris Chan is not just a crochet designer—she is a self-described “fiberazza, tinkerer, and crochet advocate.” And yet, when it came to exploring a few of the more traditional crochet techniques, such as Broomstick, Hairpin, and Tunisian crochet, she resisted. Why would anyone be interested in these antiquated methods? Who wants to struggle with strange hooks, sticks, and looms anyway?
After Doris took a few choice crochet classes taught by her peers, the answer soon became abundantly clear. Broomstick, Hairpin, and Tunisian lace are incredibly cool. The methods are easy to learn, and the results look spectacular—completely unlike anything else.
So now, Doris has officially caught the bug, and she is eager to share her own twist on these techniques. Crochet Lace Innovations is a collection of 20 stylish designs that use these treasured crochet lace methods to create garments that are not only modern and flattering, but custom-fit to a broad range of sizes.
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