This beautiful openwork daisy lace crochet stitch is unique and is a great stitch to start challenging your crochet skills.
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Daisy Lace Stitch
The Daisy Lace stitch is a super openwork pattern. The pattern uses lots of chains and picots to create the “flowers”. While the stitches are easy, concentration is needed to connect everything to produce the lace. It is a great stitch pattern to test your crochet skills as blocking will be needed to make it look its best.
I don’t recommend this stitch for wearables as it is super open and the flowers will not hold their shape when they drape. This pattern would work best for stationary items like a table runner.
Using a good yarn that gives definition and structure is a must. A good stiff cotton or wool yarn would be best. See some recommendations below.
Crochet Cotton Thread Yarn (great for smaller motifs on something like a table runner, or other stationary objects.
Malabrigo Worsted (used in video) This is a great blockable wool.
The “Zen” Tutorial
This is a new series for my video tutorials. It is completely voiceless and just plays very relaxing music as it walks you through the stitches. Each stitch is worked very slowly and multiple times so you can see what needs to be done. There is a written pattern to follow along with and helps you to work on your crochet skills with limited interferrence.
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