Stunning Lace SCARF ( Broomstick pattern)

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Today we bring the broomstick lace technique to make a stunning scarf!

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This is one of the most unique designs we’ve seen yet! The broomstick lace technique looks tough to master, but once you get started, you’ll be surprised by how easy it is.

A beautiful, elegant design with an entirely different look and feel. This piece may be a beautiful match for your wardrobe if the other styles seem a little too casual or blocky for your tastes.

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Click for picture - Clique para ver a foto - LACE SCARF (3)

Click for picture - Clique para ver a foto - LACE SCARF (2)

Click for picture - Clique para ver a foto - LACE SCARF (1)

Crochet Pattern by B. Hooked Crochet, Copyright 2013. SUPPLIES: Redheart Boutique Unforgettable (Dragonfly & Polo Shown) Size 5.5 mm Crochet Hook Size US 50 Knitting Needles Darning Needle Scissors ABBREVIATIONS: Ch – Chain Sc – Single Crochet

Stitch Guide: Broomstick stitch – The broomstick stitch requires two steps to complete one row, a loop step and a crochet step. Insert your hook into the first chain or stitch and draw up a long loop. Place this loop on the knitting needle with the working yarn at the front of the work. Continue drawing loops through the chains or stitches and placing them on your hook until you have reached the end of your row. Move the working yarn to the back of the work. Count the first 5 loops and insert your hook from left to right underneath all 5. Carefully slide these 5 loops off your hook. Pick up your working yarn and yarn over (yo) and pull through the loop on your hook. Chain one to lock it in place. Sc 5 times around the loops. This will create the twist in the stitch. Pick up the next five loops just as before and sc 5 times across the top. Continue to the end of the row.

BROOMSTICK LACE INFINITY SCARF VIDEO TUTORIAL

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WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS

Chain 30.

ROW 1 (FIRST PASS)

Pull up the last loop on your hook and place it on the knitting needle. Be sure to orient your working yarn so that it is in the front of the needle. Pull up your slack so you have a snug tension. Insert your hook into the next chain, YO, pull up a loop and place that loop on your knitting needle. Repeat for all 30 chains. Be sure to count the loops on your knitting needle at the end. You should have 30.

ROW 1 (SECOND PASS)

Secure the first 5 loops from the needle onto the index finger of your dominant hand. Carefully remove the other loops from the knitting needle. With your working yarn coming from behind, insert your hook into the group of 5 loops from the left side. YO and pull up a loop, YO and pull through the loop on your hook. This will lock the stitch in place. Ch 1. Sc 5 more times into the gap. *Grab 5 more loops, making sure to keep them in order and insert your hook in the same fashion as before. YO, pull up a loop, YO and pull through the first loop on your hook. YO and pull through both loops (Counts as sc). Sc 4 more times into gap. Repeat from * across.

ROW 2 (FIRST PASS)

Pull up the loop from your last sc and place it on the knitting needle. Be sure to orient your working yarn so that it is in the front of the needle. Pull up your slack so you have a snug tension. Insert your hook into the back loop of the next stitch YO, pull up a loop and place that loop on your knitting needle. Repeat for all 30 chains. Be sure to count the loops on your knitting needle at the end. You should have 30.

ROW 2 (SECOND PASS)

Secure the first 5 loops from the needle onto the index finger of your dominant hand. Carefully remove the other loops from the knitting needle. With your working yarn coming from behind, insert your hook into the group of 5 loops from the left side. YO and pull up a loop, YO and pull through the loop on your hook. This will lock the stitch in place. Ch 1. Sc 5 more times into the gap. *Grab 5 more loops, making sure to keep them in order and insert your hook in the same fashion as before. YO, pull up a loop, YO and pull through the first loop on your hook. YO and pull through both loops (Counts as sc). Sc 4 more times into the gap space. Repeat from * across.

REPEAT ROW 2 FOR A TOTAL OF 35 ROWS.

To finish your infinity scarf, take a spare piece of yarn and fold the scarf in half, wrong sides facing each other, and whip stitch across the edge into each stitch. Weave in your ends.

Source: www.bhookedcrochet.com

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