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a step by step lesson on an element of a modern version of irish crochet lace.
There are may popular crochet magazines that help us to make more fancy elements of a crochet lace. Some of them even have a step by step instructions of a well known masters since these elements require special skills and can not be understood by beginners. But mostly these magazines publish just schematic patterns without description. And most of these motifs can be transformed to a new ones.
And today we'll make a smal leaf with cloves in three color
The pattern that we will follow
Start the leaf by making 18 chains
Second row: 1 treble into a 6th chain from a hook, 2 chains, 1 double treble stitch, 2 chains, 1 double treble, 2 chains, 1 treble crochet, 2 chains and slip stitch into a beginnig stitch of a chain
After this point we start working in circle and the third row: 3 chains, *6 trebles into a first bar, the 6th make into a stitch of a treble, 4 trebles around the next bar, 1 treble into a stitch, 3 tr, 1 tr into a stitch, 3 tr, 1 tr into a stitch, * 12 trebes ont he top of a leaf, and repeat between starts backwards , slipstitch. On this stage, our leaf looks almost like Crocheting an openwork leaf, but without curves
Now we have to make loops for the cloves: 5 chains and a dc into an third stitch, * 4 chains and a dc into a 4rth stitch,* repeat 4 times, on the top of a motif make 6 chains and dc into a 6 stitch, repeat * 5 times
Take a pale-pink thread and use it's tail as a padding cord. Make following set: 1 dc, 1 hapf treble, 1 treble, 3 double treble, 1 treble, 1 half a doube, 1 dc.
Repeat the clove pattern over the rest of the loops, except of a top one, for that make 1 dc, 1 hapf treble, 1 treble, 4 double treble, 1 treble, 1 half a doube, 1 dc.
Using a dark gray thread, work over the edge with a set of chain and a slipstitch into each stitch of a previous row.
Tie in the spare ends . Steam iron from the wrong side and set it aside for overnight to dry out and shrink.
This lesson was made by Lilia Pervushina especially for The beauty of irish crochet lace http://www.irishcrochetlace.com/