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Chiq Oh my Stars lace scarf






I love the new Vanna's Sequin from Lion Brand and thinking back to their fashion show in January I was inspired to pair it with Vanna's Glamour for this lace scarf 

The top part of this photo is VG and the bottom is VS .. I love the how different but subtle the change is between to 2 yarns! It's like they were meant to be used together! 
Supplies: 

1 ball Vanna's Glamour 
1 ball Vanna's Sequin 

** would look awesome in just one 4 ply yarn as well... ***

Size G crochet hook

Stitches used : ch,dc,sc tr, thats it! if you know those give this lace a shot you will be amazed on how quickly it grows!! 

Ch 26 
Row 1 sc in 2nd ch from  your hook, *ch2 , skip 3 ch's ,work 1 dc,ch5,1dc in next ch, ch2, skip 3 ch's 1 sc into the next ch* repeat until the end, turn








Row 2 ( and every even row ) ch 6  dc into first sc, *ch2, sc into 3rd ch on the 5 ch, ch2, work dc,ch5,dc into next sc*repeat until the last dc, ch5,dc instead work a dc,ch2, tr.   turn .... This may sound confusing ... however just think this: dc,ch5,dc always goes into the sc's and an sc always goes into the 3rd sc of the 5 sc.



on the left you see the dc,ch2 tr...


Row 3 ( and every odd row ) ch 1 sc into tr, *ch2, dc,ch5,dc into the next sc, ch 2, sc into the 3rd ch of 5 ch,* repeat until end 

I did worked this pattern and switched between the 2 yarns every six inches.

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Here is a fun photo of Crochet Chiq stitching this at the beach :)
DO you stitch in public? On wednesday we will have a post about crochet and knit in public filled  pictures! I love the ones I have already which include hockey games in canada, swimming lessons, break rooms, walking and holding a baby while crocheting!! So much fun! if you would like to be included in the post with an optional link to your site email me your stitch in public photo by 2/26 at 5pm crochetchiq@gmail.com or share them any time on the Crochet Chiq Facebook Page

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