Claire’s Lace is a long, triangular wrap, shawlette, or scarf worked side-to-side for the body. Then, the laciest parts are worked back and forth across the length of the wrap.
The body of the wrap begins with a small number of stitches and then gradually increases. After the widest point is reached, the number of stitches gradually decrease until a very long triangle is achieved.
Claire’s Lace is 106 in.(269cm) by 11 in. (27.9cm) at the widest point.
Stitches used: chain, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, triple (treble) crochet, slip stitch.
A textured puff stitch is also included in the design.
One hank of Tosh Lace will complete the wrap.
The pattern pdf includes 7 photos.
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