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Broomstick Lace Instructions
Multiples of 4 stitches
Chain however many you want (Multiple of 4) I used a 3.5 crochet hook and chained on 60 + 1 for a turning chain
(Using a turning chain to retain same number of stitches on each row)
2 rows of single crochet
*Chain 1 , Draw the loop through until you have a loop of two to three centimeters (keep this loop on bar of hook)
Insert hook through next stitch, yarn over and draw loop up to the same height as the first (Now you should have two loops on bar of hook)
Do this for each stitch
You should have one loop for each stitch.Yep you just leave them there! At the end you will have 60 or so loops (How ever many you decided to chain on initially) on your hook. Once you have finished the row you just take your hook out.
Turn the work
Put hook through the first 4 loops, then single crochet around all 4 loops with 4 single crochet stitches, do the same for each consecutive set of four stitches.
Chain 1 ( a turning chain) Single crochet the next row.
Repeat from * until you are finished.
( I learned from 300 crochet stitches - but this is my interpretation)