Sunday, March 18, 2018

Shabby Chic Lace Edging Trim, Free Crochet Pattern




Hello Crochet Friends, 

Today I'd like to share a simple pattern for a lace edging or trim, which can be used for many different projects.

For example, it can be sewed onto pillow cases, flat sheets, towels, etc. It can be used to decorate the shelves of a shabby chic hutch or it can be made into a bookmark. There are so many possibilities!  




I really like the romantic shabby chic look of this edging. 

The tiny daisies in the photos grow on my front lawn. It's so nice to see the signs of spring everywhere around. 




Lace Edging Crochet Pattern
Olga Poltava © March, 2018

Please, do not redistribute this pattern in any form. You are welcome to make items for sale or personal use from this pattern. If you would like to share it on your blog, website, or social media channel, please use only one picture and  give a link to my blog for the pattern. Thank you! 
Skill Level: Easy
Measurements: about 2.5 inches wide
Materials:
Steel hook 1.5 mm
Crochet cotton thread size 10

Gauge: not very important, but the tighter you crochet, the better your edging will look

Abbreviations:
ch: chain
sc: single crochet
dc: double crochet
dc3-tog: 3 double crochet finished together (also known as dc 3 decrease)


Ch 23.

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each ch across. (22 sc) 

Row 2: ch 3, turn, (2 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) all in 1st sc (shell made), skip next 3 sc, dc in next 2 sc, ch 2, skip next 2 sc, dc in next sc, ch 1, skip next 3 sc, (dc3-tog, ch 2, dc3-tog) all in next sc, ch 1, skip next 3 sc, dc in next 2 sc, skip next 3 sc, (3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) all in last sc (shell made)



Row 3: turn, sl st to ch-1 space of shell, ch 3, (2 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) all in same ch-1 space (shell made),  dc in next 2 dc, ch 2, dc in ch-space between next two dc3-tog, ch 1, (dc3-tog, ch 2, dc3-tog) all in next dc, ch 1, dc in next 2 dc, (3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) all in ch-1 space of last shell (shell made)

Repeat Row 3. 

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9 comments:

  1. Lovely and delicate lace, Olga:) Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Many thanks for this lovely pattern, Olga! It's sweet and very beautiful ♥, and so versatile. I could imagine it would look very nice as a scarf, too! I love daisies as well. When I was a little child, I run around the house, picked daisies and daisies and shouted out happily "Bümpe, Bümpe!" That was my children's speech for "Blümchen" (little flowers) :-). Nice memories and I love those simple little beauties still today. Have a wonderful week! Nata xxx

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    1. Yes, a scarf is another great idea for this pattern!
      I'm so glad the daisies in my post brought up such sweet childhood memories. Thank you for stopping by and your comment. :)

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  3. It's so pretty thank you for the pattern. :) x

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  4. Beautiful! I can use this as insertion lace.
    thank you so much for sharing your beautiful patterns.
    Laura

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  5. Very nice pattern. Pretty! ♥
    xx Beca

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  6. You are so generous with your patterns, Olga, and this lace trim is just lovely. I hope to give it a try.
    Amalia
    xo

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