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how to crochet lace scallop trim

Crochet lace scallop trim is a beautiful and delicate way to add a touch of elegance to any project. Whether you’re making a shawl, a scarf, or a blanket, this trim will add a unique and eye-catching detail. Here’s how to crochet lace scallop trim.

Materials:

-Yarn of your choice

-Crochet hook

-Scissors

Instructions:

1. Begin by chaining the desired length of your trim. For a shawl, you’ll want to chain at least 60 stitches. For a scarf, you’ll want to chain at least 40 stitches.

2. Once you’ve chained the desired length, make a slip stitch in the first chain to join the ends together.

3. Chain 3 stitches. This will count as your first double crochet stitch.

4. Double crochet in the next stitch.

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5. Chain 1.

6. Skip the next stitch and double crochet in the following stitch.

7. Chain 1.

8. Skip the next stitch and double crochet in the following stitch.

9. Repeat steps 5-8 until you reach the end of the chain.

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10. When you reach the end of the chain, make a slip stitch in the last stitch to join the ends together.

11. Chain 3 stitches. This will count as your first double crochet stitch.

12. Double crochet in the next stitch.

13. Chain 3.

14. Skip the next stitch and double crochet in the following stitch.

15. Chain 3.

16. Skip the next stitch and double crochet in the following stitch.

17. Repeat steps 13-16 until you reach the end of the chain.

18. When you reach the end of the chain, make a slip stitch in the last stitch to join the ends together.

19. Chain 3 stitches. This will count as your first double crochet stitch.

20. Double crochet in the next stitch.

21. Chain 5.

22. Skip the next stitch and double crochet in the following stitch.

23. Chain 5.

24. Skip the next stitch and double crochet in the following stitch.

25. Repeat steps 21-24 until you reach the end of the chain.

26. When you reach the end of the chain, make a slip stitch in the last stitch to join the ends together.

27. Chain 3 stitches. This will count as your first double crochet stitch.

28. Double crochet in the next stitch.

29. Chain 7.

30. Skip the next stitch and double crochet in the following stitch.

31. Chain 7.

32. Skip the next stitch and double crochet in the following stitch.

33. Repeat steps 29-32 until you reach the end of the chain.

34. When you reach the end of the chain, make a slip stitch in the last stitch to join the ends together.

35. Fasten off and weave in the ends.

Your crochet lace scallop trim is now complete! You can use this trim to add a beautiful and delicate detail to any project. Enjoy!

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March 10, 2023 Company News
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