This crochet blanket pattern features a unique lace and texture created with broomstick lace and popcorns.
Broomstick Lace Crochet Patterns
Broomstick lace crochet is also known as peacock eye and jiffy lace. It works up quick and is not hard to learn once you know the basics of crochet.
For this technique you need your crochet hook suitable for the yarn, and then another dowel to transfer the loops onto until you are ready to crochet them into a pretty lace. The dowel can be any diameter that you want; however, a thicker dowel will result in a larger and more open lace.
For larger projects, such as a blanket, you might want to try using a circular knitting needle.
Broomstick lace got its name from the olden days when women used actual broomsticks to make this lace.
If you enjoy mindless crochet patterns, then you will enjoy this one. Not only is it mindless, but the broomstick technique is also very pretty.
This quick mug cozy is worked up in broomstick lace crochet and closed off with two buttons.
This photo tutorial shows you how to crochet Broomstick Lace in just a few easy steps.
This broomstick lace cowl is crocheted in the round. It’s a bit tricky at first, but it’s not hard to do once you get the hang of broomstick lace crochet.
I love the two colors in this broomstick lace scarf. It almost looks like a reversible scarf with them overlapping as shown in the above image.
This beautiful broomstick lace scarf is not only perfect for the spring, but for any season of the year.
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FREE crochet pattern for a Quadrilateral, A Broomstick Lace Shawl by Underground Crafter.
This broomstick lace scarf pattern is worked up in a simple broomstick stitch. It’s the perfect pattern for learning the technique.
Here is a pretty broomstick lace scarf by Petals to Picots.