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Thursday, November 12, 2009

Learn to Crochet - Decreasing in Broomstick Lace Video Tutorial

Broomstick Lace can be used to make a variety of items such as vests, scarves, blankets, sweaters, hats...patterns are available free on the internet or in books and pamphlets where you buy your yarn and needles.

Recently I offered a video tutorial on the basics of crocheting Broomstick Lace which you can find by clicking HERE. Today I have a short video showing how to decrease in Broomstick Lace. Take a look and see how easy it is...

Decreasing in Broomstick Lace might be necessary when making something that requires shaping such as a sweater or vest, or a shawl that would be made in a triangular shape.

Soon I'll be sharing a video on how to increase in Broomstick Lace too, so stay tuned for that.

Happy Stitching!

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  • Your tutorial looks great, Mary. What kind of yarn is best when creating broomstick lace? I only have the usual Redheart yarns. Don't have a LYS, which is the pits.

    By Blogger Trisha, At November 12, 2009 at 6:29 PM  

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