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Crochet lace pattern - Free pattern for the net pattern

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  • Crochet Pattern - Lace Pattern

A flexible crochet pattern with large holes is called mesh or lace pattern. This is ideal for loose-fitting jackets or cloths. In this tutorial we show you with pictures how to crochet the lace pattern.

As a beginner, you are quickly plagued with difficult and sophisticated crochet patterns - this is not the case here. The hole pattern, which is perfect for beginners, does not demand too much of one. All you need to know is how to crochet mesh, crochet stitches and whole sticks. We have linked the respective instructions.

Previous knowledge

Important crochet techniques:

  • Luftmasche
  • solid mesh
  • rod

Important instructions:

  • required number of stitches: divisible by 7 + 3 (eg: ... 17, 24, 31, ...)
  • very flexible through the big holes
  • the hole pattern consists of five rows, of which four are always repeated

Crochet Pattern - Lace Pattern

beginning

Start with an aerial chain. Crochet 31 airguns. After that, another air mesh tortures as spiral air mesh.

Then crochet two rows of stitches as a basis.

1st row

Crochet three spiral air meshes, replacing the first one. Then crochet three sticks into the next three fixed stitches of the previous row. Then follow 4 air meshes. With these you skip three fixed stitches of the previous row. Then crochet 4 whole sticks into the next stitch of the previous row.

Repeat the crochet of the four stitches as well as skipping three stitches and crocheting the four sticks to the end of the row. The first row now has four holes.

2nd row

Start again with three spiral air meshes.

Then crochet 8 sticks in all air mesh arcs of the previous row. No other stitches are crocheted between these sticks.

At the end, crochet a whole stick between the three pieces of air and the stick of the previous row.

3rd row

Start with three spiral air meshes and then crochet three air stitches again - for a total of 6 air stitches.

Then 4 sticks are crocheted into the middle four stitches of the previous row. Crochet four meshes. Again four sticks are crocheted on the middle stitches of the previous row.

Repeat the change of air stitches and chopsticks to the end of the row.
At the end, the series ends with three air meshes and a graduation swab.

4th row

You are crocheting 3 spiral meshes. Then crochet 5 sticks into the air mesh bow of the previous row. The next sheet is filled with 8 sticks.

Crochet eight chopsticks in all the air mesh bows of the previous row.

The last sheet is filled with 5 sticks. Crochet a last stick as a conclusion to the spiral air meshes of the previous row.

5th row

Start again with three spiral air meshes.

Then crochet 3 sticks. Then crochet four pieces of air. Then crochet four sticks onto the middle stitches of the bow.

Repeat the crochet of the four air stitches, as well as the four sticks to the end.

The four sticks at the end are crocheted on the last stitches of the previous row, not the middle ones. This means that the last stick is crocheted on the three spiral stitches of the previous row.

Repetition of the pattern

Repeat rows 2 through 5 for the hole pattern over and over again. Finished!

Tip: If you want a round finishing edge, finish the crochet piece after the fourth row of the pattern.

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