Project Highlights: Broomstick Lace

Posted by on Dec 7, 2012 in Crocheting, Knitting | Comments


Craftsy Broomstick Lace Projects

Lace is lovely, and there’s not just one kind of lace. Today we highlight one of our favorites: broomstick lace. It’s created using both a large-gauge knitting needle and a crochet hook.  While beautiful on its own as the base stitch for entire projects, broomstick is also the perfect “crossover” fiber art to add a bit of lace to any project. Check out Craftsy instructor Jennifer Hansen’s profile for more great broomstick inspiration. And remember: she can teach you all about broomstick lace in her online class Beyond Broomstick Lace.

Broomstick Lace Triangle Shawlette
Broomstick Lace Glasses Case
Broomstick Lace Cowl

Comments

  1. Rosemary says:

    I love Broomstick lace. I made blanket years ago that we still use today!

  2. Nancy Noel says:

    Hello Crafsy,

    Glad to see broomstick lace in your blog. It’s an almost forgotten thing and is so lovely.

  3. ms Bobbi says:

    I made shawls like this many years ago and still have the jumbo knitting needles but, I’ve forgotten how to do this. They are so pretty and lacey.

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