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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Lace edging free pattern

antique piece of lace
lace rollMy friend and neighbor JoDee had this piece of antique lace.  She knows I like all things handmade and vintage so she brought it over for me to see it.   She was kind and let me borrow it for a few months until I had time to sit down and copy it.   She had a few yards of it and she plans on sewing it to a dress.   I figured it was a pretty simple pattern but elegant so I wanted to copy it and figured others might like it too.
yards and yards of lace

This is my version of what I saw in the antique lace.
I am using size 30 thread in this tutorial and a size 14 steel hook ( I was matching original work)

But any size thread/yarn will work with its matching hook size

shell =(3dc, chain 2, 3 dc in space)
large shell = (3dc, chain 2, 3 dc,chain 2, 3 dc in space)

chain 50 also known as foundation chain
  1. Row 1(also known as foundation row in this patterns repeats): dc in 4th stitch from hook ( skip stitches count as first dc), chain 2, skip 2 stitches, dc in the next 5 stitches, chain 4, skip 4 stitches, (dc in the next 3 stitches, chain 2,dc in the next 3 stitches)foundation shell made,ch4, skip 4 stitches sc in next stitch, ch 3, skip 2 stitch , sc in next stitch, chain 4, skip 4 stitches, make foundation shell over next 6 stitches, ch 3 turn work 
    1. note: ignore ( shell stitches in  photo in that the first go round I tried cluster stitches at later revisions I changed that as it did not look right do as it reads above)
    2.  1
    3.  Here is a later picture version2.   This photo that is correct for the starting row and chain.  But since that first was going to be in all the photos I wanted you to know why it was different and what it should look like
      1. revision of row 1
  2. Row 2: make shell in shell ( 3dc, chain 2, 3dc), chain 4, 2dc in chain 3 space, chain 4, shell in shell, chain 4, 1dc in each of the next 5 dc, chain 2, 1dc in each of the next 2 dc,turn work
    1. 2
  3. Row 3: chain 3 (counts as first dc), dc in the 2nd dc of previous round, chain 2, 1dc in each of the next 5 dc, chain 4, shell in shell,chain, 3 dc in chain 4, chain 2, 3 dc in chain 4, chain 1, shell in shell,chain 4, shell in turning chain at end of the foundation row, chain 4, skip 4 stitches on foundation chain, sc into next stitch chain 4 turn work
    1. 3
  4. Row 4: large shell in shell, chain 4, 1dc in each of the next 3 dc, shell in shell, chain 4, 2 dc in chain 2 space, chain 4, shell in shell, chain 4,1dc in each of the next 5 dc, chain 2, 1dc in each of the next 2 dc,turn work.
    1. 4
  5. Row 5:   chain 3 (counts as first dc), dc in the 2nd dc of previous round, chain 2, 1dc in each of the next 5 dc, chain 4, shell in shell,chain4, sc in chain 4, chain 2,  1 sc in chain 4, chain 4, shell in shell,1 dc in each of the next 6 stitches,  chain 4, shell in shell chain 2 shell in shell chain 4, skip  4 stitches on foundation chain, sc into next stitch ( should be the last one on the foundation chain, chain 4 turn work
    1. 5
  6. Row 6: in first shell do (2dc chain2)4 x 2 dc in same shell, chain 4, in second shell do (2dc chain2)4 x 2 dc in same shell,chain 4, 1dc in each of the next 9 dc, shell in shell, chain 4, 2 dc in chain 2 space, chain 4, shell in shell, chain 4,1dc in each of the next 5 dc, chain 2, 1dc in each of the next 2 dc,turn work.
    1. mark the 1st dc in the serious of 9 and mark the 6th dc in the serious of 9 as your new foundation chain these will be the two posts you go into when it tells you to skip 4 stitches on the foundation row and sc into a particular stitch these are those 2 stitches.
    2.  6
  7.  Row 7(also known as foundation row in this patterns repeats): chain 3, dc in 4th stitch from hook ( skip stitches count as first dc), chain 2, skip 2 stitches, dc in the next 5 stitches, chain 4, skip 4 stitches, shell in shell,ch4,  sc in chain 4 space, ch 3,  sc in chain 4 space, chain 4, shell in shell,  ch 3 turn work 
    1. repeat rows 2 through 7 to desired length

finishe d lae free pattern on blog
If you find a mistake please leave a note in the comments area so that I might fix it thank you for helping me and other crocheters to have the pattern correct.

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