Crochet Flower Lattice
This crochet flower lattice is a piece that I’ve been looking at for some time. I found a video on youtube but it was missing turns and how to finish off.
I started to work up a pattern, which is still in the works and will be available soon but in the mean time I wanted to work up a video tutorial. I was going to save this video for when I release the new pattern I’m working on but thought, why wait? I have a hard time holding things back because I love to share my work!
This crochet flower lattice video tutorial will teach you how to work a scarf that is 3 flowers wide, or you could always add more flowers if you so choose.
When working with the crochet flower lattice stitch please be aware that there are 4 different turns. At first when I started working with this stitch I was not aware of the 4 turns and it was causing my work to increase on each side and before I knew it I had some work to rip out. Make sure when you are turning after each row that you check to see that your work is not increasing or decreasing, if it is you’ve worked the wrong turn.
Another thing to note when working with this crochet flower lattice stitch is that you will need to finish off with an even amount of flowers. It is possible to finish with an uneven number of flowers but I do not explain how to finish off the edging when working with an uneven number of flowers.
I hope you enjoy this crochet flower lattice video tutorial.
If you are looking for the flower lattice shawl pattern it can be found HERE.
Crochet Flower Lattice Pattern Notes..
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Yarn: This stitch works up lovely with Ice yarns baby yarns, the long colourways work out so pretty. You could also use Luv Baby or any other #1 super fine yarn, or I would recommend something like Bernat Baby Big Ball Sport Yarn – Baby Pink
Hook: US G6/4.00mm
Gauge: 1 complete flower = 1.5″ square
Size: This scarf is worked 3 flowers wide.
- When working with the flower lattice you will NOT be turning your work. One row will be worked from left to right, the next row will be worked right to left without turning. You will be looking at the right side of your work throughout the entire piece.
- Each flower has 4 petals, to make it easier to reference I’ve numbered them and these numbers will be used within the pattern, the star on the 3rd petal marks the left joining corner.
- sl st in last dc of next flower is pictured below.
Crochet Flower Lattice Video Tutorial..
Crochet Flower Lattice Pattern..
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