Crochet Flower Lattice Collar
I made this crochet flower lattice collar and originally started to add to it in hopes to make a sweater, pullover, shrug of some kind. I wanted the piece to have butterflies so I started working away, tried out 2 different but pretty similar ways of working the piece but I just wasn’t happy with how it was working. You can see HERE the original piece I started and frogged.
After frogging my work I set the collar aside not knowing what to do with it. I had the PERFECT yarn that I wanted to use with the collar but I just didn’t know how to work a piece up with the collar. I finally decided to try making a pullover sweater with the perfect yarn and when I was almost finished I realized that the collar could be added to my pullover sweater.
I’m not really one for sewing, I can, but I don’t like to. I’d rather crochet things together than sew them, but for this piece that just wasn’t going to happen. With some white sewing thread I sewed the collar onto my sweater and voila! I did it!
Crochet Flower Lattice Collar Pattern Notes..
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Yarn: (50g/175m) #2 Ice yarns – Rich Cotton Less than half a ball.
Hook: US D3/3.25mm
Size: One size (35 inches long)
- 2 buttons approx. 1/2″
- sewing needle and thread
- 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.
Gauge: 1 flower + connecting chain wide by 1.5 flowers tall = Approx. 2″