As always you are welcome to sell your work from this pattern
This is a infinite scarf/cowl with a lovely lace pattern, I choice aran weight (worsted weight) yarn because I love how this yarn makes the delicate lace look very chunky and modern.
I found this lace stitch so addictive I have to make the cowl and the arm warmers! I have taken lots of pictures of the stitch to guide you through it, this is a photo tutorial crochet pattern, with plenty of pictures to help you with the lace stitches, but I have marked this pattern as a intermediate level.
You will need:
300gr of Worsted weight yarn
Size hook H (5 mm) for the arm warmers (Optional a J hook for the foundation chain, refer to pattern note 1)
Tapestry needle and cotton thread of matching colour (Optional refer to the finishing your work section.)
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9 sts and 8 rounds = 2"
My name is Luz Mendoza and I am originally from Spain, from the beautiful Island of Tenerife, I moved to the UK over 17 years ago and live in London with my better half a wonderful english man and my ...
My name is Luz Mendoza and I am originally from Spain, from the beautiful Island of Tenerife, I moved to the UK over 17 years ago and live in London with my better half a wonderful english man and my three children, a boy and identical twin girls. I crochet, knit, sew, cook, bake and eat, laugh, play, hug, kissâ€¦ basically I am in love with life!
I have decided to write the crochet patterns that are mostly inspired by my kids, sometimes it is what I think they need or like and sometimes it is just a plain request!, â€˜mummy can you make me aâ€¦â€™ the best part is to see their faces when I gave them something that I have made, â€˜mummy, you made it for me?â€™, I love it!, I hope you enjoy my patterns to. Happy Crocheting!