Crochet Lattice Lace Stitch Tutorial

Crochet Lattice Lace Stitch Tutorial

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Lattice Lace Crochet Wrap

Lattice Lace Wrap Close Up

Lattice Lace Stitch Tutorial

The Lattice Lace Stitch appears to have a floating solid single crochet box in the middle with chains linking to them. It really does look like a lattice.

This is not for beginners. When crocheting this sort of project, it doesn’t appear like this until the project is draping naturally. It’s easy to get confused in the very beginning. Once you have the established pattern under your belt, it’s then smooth sailing.

This stitch appears in a free pattern. It’s called the Lattice Lace Wrap Pattern. It makes for a really elegant shawl.

For those who need further help. You can use our video tutorials to help you establish your pattern.

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Crochet Diagram, Lattice Lace Wrap

Lattice Lacey Wrap Crochet Diagram. Click to get PDF. You are welcome to print the PDF to help you with the pattern.

Video Tutorials

Crochet Tutorials To Check Out

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