Lacy Cross


This Lacy Cross is one of the prettiest crocheted patterns you'll ever find! It's a versatile item that's made using a small steel hook and cotton crochet thread. Hang it on the wall, make it into a bookmark, or add some beads to incorporate color. This free crochet pattern is made using white crochet thread and can be embellished with beads for a touch of color. You could even attach a loop at the top for hanging or tassel so it can be used as a crochet bookmark.


Crochet Hook2 or 2.25 mm hook (steel)

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

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What a beautiful crochet cross. I see that the designer has given more than one use for this pattern. What I like most is the use of thread. I like using thread because the finished product looks so "fresh/clean". This would be nice to display in a shadow box in multiples of three.

This lacy cross project is just right for making a beautiful bookmark for a special book or even as dcor for the home. I am thinking about making one and placing it in a frame to sit on my office desk.

Does your church hold Pastor Appreciation Day? This would be a wonderful gift for a member of the clergy or a special someone in your life. The instructions arent quite as complicated as they look, but it is a little tedious to work through them as its easy to lose your place. This project would really benefit from some photos to show the work in progress.

I made one of these for my son to use as a bookmark for his Bible. He has determined that he wants to direct his life toward the ministry and would like to become a missionary. I thought this would be a nice little keepsake for him from home that he could see every time he used his Bible.

I'm looking forward to making this lovely cross tonight while relaxing. I think it will make a nice baby shower gift. I'm hoping I don't have the same problems as elisbathhallam, the post below. I'll come back and post again after I finish this cross. Hope I'll have answers for her...Thank you for the free pattern..

I have just attempted to make this beautiful cross as a gift, but am struggling already in round 1! It is a more complicated pattern than I have attempted before. If you chain 12 stitches you can only sl st back along the chain twice, so why does it say "each of the next 6 ch? The same applies to the next step where you chain 20. 6 +14 = 20, so you can only do it once. I must be doing something wrong as I don't seem to be getting the shape of the cross. Can you help me please? Blessings, Elisabeth Hallam

Elisabeth, I just finished this cross and it does work out, but make sure you count your stitches. After your chain 12, you slip stitch into the 6th stitch from hook, then sl st into the next 6 chains. Through out this pattern your are working on both sides of the beg. chain. At first it won't look like it will work out, but just follow the pattern and it should come out fine. (Mine did). I hope this help? Good luck..

This cross is beautiful and I plan to make some for our confirmation class in May. Thank you for sharing the pattern.


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