How to Broomstick Lace Crochet
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Saturday, June 7; 1-3 pm
Description: Broomstick lace gets its name from 19th century crocheters who used a broom handle to crochet the lace. It has a beautiful, open look that really shows off the character and texture of your yarn. Dating back to the 1800s, this technique creates large loops of yarn that gently twist to the left, giving the finished project especially elegant drape. Donna will show you how easy it is to create this beautiful, reversible fabric. Oh, and no brooms required!
Materials: Size G crochet hook, Size #19 knitting needle, some worsted weight yarn
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