Irish Crochet Lace - step by step instructions

Rowan branch for beginners

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rowan branch - a sample project for beginnersA great sample project for beginners - Rowan branch 

As a beginner in irish crochet lace you may have a lot of questions, especially on a layout. And unfortunately its a common mistake to be inspired with pictures in magazines and start with a project like a top, a skirt or a dress. 
And I recommend beginners to start with something smaller like a pillowcase for a cushion or a panel. This way you can experiment with a layout, filling on a small area and then decide whether you continue on this type of a yarn art or stop with a small completed project. 

Also you can involse your children, and give them a chance to show their fantasy, and since we use a sylicone hot glue gun, there is no need for childred to get dissapointed with filling

We will need yarn size 10, red and section-dyied green yarn. 
With a red yarn make classic buttonies or the following pattern, that I use for flower buds. Start with 5 chains and lock them in a circle with a slipstitch. Make 3 chains and 15 trebles, finish with a slipstitch and bind off.

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Take 4 red circles and using a pattern below make branch using a green or dark-light sectioned yarn.
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Make leaves on the same pattern or the Classis leaf with ribs and do a stem with a romanian cord. The rowan berries are the buttoines, that we have made earlier

Place a rowan berries on a cloth and fix it with a hot glue. 
set1 03

Place stems and glue them too.set1 05

Add leaves 
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Attach the berries 
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The picture is ready to be framed. 
set1 07

 

Алёна Салимова

Tags: leaf, buttony, romanian cord

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