Carolyn’s Lace is a crescent-shaped shawl or scarf made with one Schoppel Laceball. It is worked from side to side for the body, and the laciest part is worked back and forth in rows when the top part is finished. Short rows give the wrap its curved shape.
The following stitches were used: chain, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, treble crochet, slip stitch.
Special stitch combination used: picot
After blocking, Carolyn’s Lace measures 64 in. (162.5 cm) from tip to tip and 11.25 in. (28.5 cm) wide.
When I finished crocheting, I had 278 FEET (84.73 m) of yarn left over.
The pattern pdf includes 13 photos. Most of these show the wrap as it develops.
Carolyn’s Lace is named for my friend, Carolyn, owner of our wonderful LYS. Carolyn is gracious, generous, and always helpful.
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