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Chevron Lace Wrap
Chevron Lace Wrap

This Chevron Lace Wrap is no doubt going to get you compliments every time you wear it. It's that perfect crochet pattern that will keep you warm on those chilly nights and complete that outfit on your night out. It can be worn as a wrap, shawl or scarf, just follow the crochet instructions. You won't be able to make just one.

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Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

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What an awesome wrap pattern! The chevron is a very modern looking stitch technique to use, and in the black it just looks casual yet still has that touch of elegance to drape over a pretty printed blouse and jeans, or a dress. I think her little diagram would be very helpful for me.

Just finished something familiar with fine (#2 yarn) and color changs every row. The MC would remain and the CC would change so that is would have some fluidity, not just a mish mash. It was my first time trying a "chevron" piece, and I was delightfully pleased not only of the result, but of the ease. I just wish I had listened to the instrucutions when they said "tuck in ends at each color change"!! I will definately try this one as my daughter, like you , only wears black , and it looks lovely! Thank you for sharing.

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