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Broomstick lace scarf

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Beyond Basic Broomstick Lace taught by Jennifer Hansen

Elegance comes easily when you learn new takes on traditional broomstick lace techniques with knit designer Jennifer Hansen.

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Category Crocheting
Type Accessory
Yarn Weight Fingering (4 ply)
Style Whimsical, Casual, Funky, Cute
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What hooks or other tools did you use? US J-10/6.00mm/UK 4

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What materials did you use? Angora yarn

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Where can I get the instructions to the broomstick lace scarf?

02/03/2014 Flag

Jennifer Hanson shows how to do the reversible pattern in her class, I just kept going with the pattern until it was long enough to be a scarf

03/07/2014 Flag

This looks so beautiful. ..

03/29/2015 Flag

Wow wow wow! Did you block it to get it to lay so smoothly?

02/28/2014 Flag

it did not need blocking, the yarn was wonderful to work with and as I worked it this is how it looked.

03/07/2014 Flag

Your scarf turned out fabulous! I am finishing up the eyeglass case now so maybe I will make a scarf next. Was angora difficult to work with this pattern?

04/03/2014 Flag

thank you, angora was really easy to work with, it didn't split like some yarns do and it was wonderfully soft to work with, a real treat. Good luck with your own scarf, this class is fabulous isn't it?

04/04/2014 Flag

such an elegant fan-like repeat!

05/23/2014 Flag

This is amazing, Wendy! Your technique and tension are impeccable. What a lovely job you did! I hope you have decided to wear this yourself!! (Although it would make an exquisite gift for someone else.) May I ask - how long did it take you to create this lovely item?

07/08/2015 Flag

thank you for your lovely comments, the scarf was a gift but i hear it is worn regularly so that makes me happy. It only took a few hours one evening, such a simple and rewarding project, I may need to do it again soon with a different yarn

07/10/2015 Flag