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Queen Anne's Lace Scarf

Made with Redheart Shimmer

I saw a photo of this Vintage lace pattern and fell in love but I couldn't find a free pattern and so after hours ( I won't tell you how many!) I came up with a pattern :)

This is my way of making it based off of the picture! I love this sooo much!! If you use 4ply yarn you can make a quick and easy scarf or use crochet thread and make a pretty edging!

 any yarn and the hook the yarn suggests you use. I would stay away from anything above a 4ply. Lacey stitches don't hold their shape as well when made with a larger hook and ply yarn. I've made scarfs with this pattern using Bernet Mosaic, Redheart Shimmer, 2 strands of Vanna's Glammar, Loops and Thread's Impeccable, and Caron's simply soft. What will you use? Comment below!

Grab your hook and yarn and lets GO!!!

Beginning Motif:

Magic circle or Ch5 and join

Ch 3, 13 DC into the ring. (14)
Chain 1, turn. SC into the next 2 DC. *CH4, SC in the next 2 DC. Repeat from * five more times (6
loops). Chain 6, turn.

2nd Motif
SL into the first free Ch4 loop. Ch3, turn. Work 13 DC into the Ch6 loop. SL into the first SC of the first motif, Ch1, turn. SC in the next two DC. *Ch4, SC in the next two DC. Repeat from * 5 times. (6 loops).
Chain 6, turn.
 Last Motif ( repeat until you get the length you want!)
* Here is where I had trouble and it took me a few tries so I didn't join in the wrong way and end up with a spiral and not a scarf!*
Final Motif

SL into 1st Ch4 loop of last motif, Ch 3, turn, 13 DC into the Ch6 loop. SL in next Ch4 loop of
the last motif, Ch1, turn. SC in next 2DC. *Ch4, SC in the next 2DC.
Repeat from * 5 times(6 loops). SL into the next free chain 4 loop of last Motif. Ch6, turn
Made with Impeccable yarn in Cherry

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  1. <3 it!! thank you! I have been looking for a pattern for this for ages you're so clever!!

  2. Love this pattern!! I made mine in Caron, Simply Soft, Country Blue, and it's beautiful!!

  3. This pattern is very addicting! I made a scarf in a couple of hours with a K hook & bulky yarn, Divine, and it IS!!! Though the yarn does obscure the "lacy" aspect of the pattern, the tradeoff is one scrumptious, uber soft scarf. Mmmmmm.........

  4. I love this pattern! It's so pretty and works up quickly! Do you mind if I sell scarves using your pattern?

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