Lattice Lace Wrap Pattern
The Lattice Lace Wrap is a neat concept of crochet that combines chains to make squares or diamonds into the pattern. The squares appear to be floating in between chains which makes it very desirable.
This is a Caron Yarn pattern. Truthfully, I couldn’t see the stitches well when reviewing this pattern and so I attempted my own sample to get a better understanding. Little did I know I would learn new techniques and fall in love with the concept of making the lattice formations.
Here’s a close-up shot of what you can expect.
To make this easier, I made a crochet diagram to help me out. The pattern, written wisely makes sense but I was struggling to visualize it. I kept screwing up on Row 7 every time I hit it. To solve my issue, I made myself a crochet diagram. Yes, it’s crude but it is what saved me on this project. If you can use my worksheet great. I realized it’s not studio quality but I think people who know how to use these diagrams will be able to follow through with some degree.
Feel free to download a copy of it, print it and even add your own notes to it. If you didn’t see that you could click the diagram above to get the pdf. Here it is Crochet Lace Wrap Crochet Diagram Worksheet.
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Get this free pattern, Lattice Lace Wrap Pattern to begin.
I substituted the yarn for Patons Denim-y Yarn. I used Hot Pink. This entire yarn lined looks like faded jeans.
I used 5 balls to complete my version that you see in the top photo.
Let me help you with this pattern. I have free tutorials waiting for you.
Comments on “Crochet Lattice Lace Wrap Pattern + Tutorial”
I love this pattern. How long would you recomment making it? And how did you do the border? Thanks so much!!!
Thanks for this tutorial. In the intro of the video you showed a photo of an afghan using the lattice lace, is there a pattern for that somewhere? Thanks in advance!
I was wondering if anyone can help me make an antique lace stole?
Thank you for the tutorial. I can read written patterns but sometimes they confuse me. I looked at it and came straight to your tutorial. My next goal is to learn to read charts, I’m almost halfway through this wrap, I’ll post a picture when I’m done. I bought a bag of sale yarn from Joann Fabrics. It’s “hairy” but the bag claims it’s acrylic from Turkey. We’ll see. I have no other info on the yarn.
I love the stitch! Looks like it needs blocking though (or maybe it’s just not hanging right in that yarn.) I’d love to see it in something light and sparkly, like Patins Lace.
You were BANG ON!!!. Could you give me the link for your Gift Shop. I was unable to get out & buy myself My OWN PERSONAL CHRISTMAS gifts this year due to having Cancer. I always treat myself every year & I would love to spend it all at your Gift Shop. I want to thank all of you at Crochet Crowd for all you do. Crocheting and being apart of the Crowd has been great therapy for me during my treatments of chemo and radiation.
Thank you in advance for the link. ?
love you Tutorials. the wrap is beautiful and loved leaning this stitch. thank you for doing what you do!!
Perfect tutorial. You make it sound so easy – I would have never figured it out without the tutorial. Thank you.
Looks real interesting – heading out to get some yarn and make it – Thanks
Hey Mikey, the link to the pattern on Yarnspirations says it can’t find the pattern. ( broken link)? And this attern is so gorgeous!
I loved it the only problem here in Australia we dont have the wool and your crochet hook is their a place wear I can order thanks you
Never stop teaching!
You are an inspiration.
Look easy enough, but I have been crocheting for a good thirty years. I have used cotton thread to bulky yarn. I want to try this will the cotton thread to make a table cloth. So wish me luck Good thing my table isn’t too big. I watched the left handed video, you do make it look easy. Job well done, Mikey. Thanks for pattern, I do love it look.
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