Wrapped in Lace Choker


"Sometimes, when it comes to wedding accessories, a simple choker can add so much to the over-all look. This lacy bridal choker pattern is elegant without being over done, and the best part is that you can crochet it in an evening! Weave the ribbon tie through in the color of your choice to either match the crochet thread used, or to match the bridesmaids dresses. Make it a set with the Wrapped in Lace Fingerless Bridal Gloves, linked in the post description on the website. Other uses for this pattern would be to turn it into a baby headband/crown, or a flowergirl headband!"

NotesYou will need to know the person’s neck circumference that you are making this for before cutting the ribbon down. Ch 1 does not count as a stitch in this pattern.


Crochet Hook8 or 1.5 mm hook (steel)

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

Crochet Gauge30 stitches in 4"

Finished Size11” long by 1 1/4" wide, not including ribbon.

Materials List

  • 1.5mm steel hook, or hook needed to obtain gauge
  • approximately 50 yards of Aunt Lydia's #10 crochet thread
  • scissors
  • yarn needle
  • 1 yard of 1/4" ribbon
  • fray check of clear nail polish

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This is the perfect companion piece to the wrapped in lace fingerless bridal gloves. These would look spectacular worn in a romantic period themed wedding. Perfect for the bride and all of her maids and maidens. These could also work with prom depending on the theme.

The designer has some great ideas for her Wrapped in Lace series of projects. I thought of anotherhow about working this up as a garter? While this choker could certainly be used in a wedding setting, it would also be worked up in black or steel grey as a Steam Punk themed accessory, or light green with a floral theme.

A garter is in the works!

I had seen the pattern for the fingerless lace gloves and saved it a while back, but not sure how I missed this beauty of a choker. It is lovely. I will be saving this pattern also to go with the gloves. This would be a great gift for a bride to be. These could also be worn by the bridesmaids in the wedding or for prom.

So pretty! I love this elegant take on the choker trend. I also like the suggestion to wear it as a headband, and that makes it an even more versatile pattern! I could see this getting so many compliments.

Not only is this a wearable match for a wedding gown, but it can also be a perfect lace choker for any of your boho chic style maxi dresses and flowy/gauzy tunic tops. It is a nice and easy pattern to understand, not a lot to it. The addition of the ribbon interwoven in the lace gives it a look of an heirloom piece. Only downside to that it is, you have to know the circumference of the person's neck.

The only reason you need to know the circumference of the person's neck is to trim the ribbon. If you don't know the person's neck size, you can leave it at 1 yard in length (which the pattern mentions on the site), and they can trim it to the length they would like. ) I hope that helps!


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