Irish Lace is traditionally worked in fine thread with a very small hook. This beautiful craft was originally developed in 19th century Ireland as a method of imitating expensive Venetian point laces.
Individual motifs were made and pinned to a pattern printed on fabric. They were then joined together using a filling stitch or "ground".
These Ponchos are worked using yarn and a larger hook. The motifs used, although based on traditional patterns, have been altered to accommodate today's style of crochet.
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Using the materials listed above, 15 sts and 20 rows to 10 cm when working double crochet.
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Hello! I am Helen Free and I design unique crochet patterns under the name of Enfys. I love colour and my favourite things to crochet are Rainbows. I love designing bright and cheerful things for ...
Hello! I am Helen Free and I design unique crochet patterns under the name of Enfys. I love colour and my favourite things to crochet are Rainbows. I love designing bright and cheerful things for children.
I also scrapbook and have combined this with crochet with a fun range of motifs to use in scrapbooking.
Now that Craftsy have updated the system to allow zip files, all of my English patterns are being updated to a zip file with both the UK terms and the US terms.
My new German patterns and Swedish patterns are being listed separately.
As required by “The Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013”, a copy of the T&C is included with your download.