This is a pattern for a Peter Pan-style lace collar, made using the picot fan stitch worked in 3-levels, that produces a scalloped effect. Both written and charted pattern are provided, alongside a description with pictures, which if you'd like to skip, then head over to Ravelry and download the pdf pattern here. I have … Continue reading 3-level Picot Fan Stitch Lace Collar
If regular plastic buttons are spoiling the effect of your crochet lacework, or you have leftover yarn that you would like to use up after making a cardigan or shrug, then crochet over a button. While the pattern itself is quite simple, the tight angles could be hard to work. It might be handy to … Continue reading Crochet over a Button
I could not stop at a collar and a cardigan, and pushed the picot fan stitch to its limits with this blouse. It is my dearest creation yet, and if you invited me to a party, I'd show up in it and match my drink 🙂 I used the collar pattern described here: The Picot Fan … Continue reading The Picot Fan Stitch – Blouse and Bikini
Picot fans are immensely satisfying to crochet. With little effort, a lovely lace effect is created, and in this article, I describe how to adapt it into wearables. Instructions are provided for a simple collar, for how to increase when working the yoke of a top or a cardigan, and a downloadable pattern to make … Continue reading The Picot Fan Stitch – Collar and Cardigan
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