Puff Braid Ribbon Lace


Puff Braid Ribbon Lace

Puff Braid Ribbon Lace
Puff Braid Ribbon Lace

"This cord is so beautiful and so differently looks on various yarn. I have crochet a several samples when creating this tutorial. In this pattern I use a puff stitches. I would even say – very puff. Usually I work puff stitch of 3, a maximum of 4 half double crochet. In this lace they are already 5. Edging The braid with arches of 5 chains, then row with single crochets. A ready-made i-cord can be used as a foundation chain. And Imagine a scarf made of such stripes… And now imagine that all the stripes of different colors… Is not it beauty and originality?"

NotesYou can watch the tutorial on my YouTube channel


Crochet Hook2 or 2.25 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeAny you want

Finished Sizeany you want

Materials List

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This is a great lace pattern and there are more if you elect to view the directions for this crochet project. I have no idea what I would use it for, but it sure is pretty to look at.

This ribbon lace would be perfect as a head band or as a lace to embellish linen or curtains. I recently purchase a set of sets that this added to the top hem and the edge of the pillow cases would elevate it to a much higher standard that what I paid for it.

What a pretty pattern. I liked it the moment I saw it. I make and sell jewelry and also crochet items. So it's a thrill for me if I can combine the two. This will make a very nice choker with some drop beads added. Or maybe a belt with wooden beads.

The title for this project is a little confusing, but I expect its probably due to the translation from the original page. I dont know where the I-Cord part comes in because it looks like shes using fairly standard yarn. These lace strips are just gorgeous, and would make amazing trim on another project or headbands, jewelry, etc. all by itself. I love this designers incredible stitch patterns! Thanks so much for finding her!


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