Irish Lace Blouse

Irish Lace Blouse

Irish Lace Blouse
Irish Lace Blouse

"This beautiful crocheted blouse is made in Irish Lace and Guipure Lace Technique. It is so much fun to make this blouse. First you need to make some crochet round and star individual elements. Then according to the paper model of your blouse you need to place these crochet elements in any order you wish and then join the parts of the blouse by crocheting the "chaotic net" in left free places. Simple trim of single crochet stitches and 3-chain picots worked around neck, bottom and sleeves will give to your blouse a final look. Free detailed charts and schematics are provided. Thanks for watching!"

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

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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It is a fact. You just can not know it all. I would love to learn how to create a work of art such as this. With limited time and a zillion projects I want to complete, I have to know my limits. After browsing this site I may just break down and make a purchase for a completed item. I just have to have this.

Wow! I love this Irish lace blouse. From the colors used to crochet it to the actual design itself. The directions show that the level is intermediate but I am not so sure about that. I looked over the instructions and I am not so sure about this "chaotic net". There is a video so there may be some hope.

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