Lacy crochet is great for the summer months. It can be light and airy and is so very pretty. Here are 7 free lacy crochet patterns for you this evening.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Talulah Top by Maria’s Blue Crayon
“I’m so happy to share with you my first ever top I’ve designed! This pattern is actually fairly easy with just a few seams! It’s mostly just rows with a handful of increases/decreases.”
2) Spring Shells Scarf by 5 Little Monsters
“I used a lacy shell stitch for my scarf. It is a simple 2 row repeat that can easily be made as short or long as you want.”
3) Doubled Pineapples Fling Wrap by Kim Guzman
This light and lacy wrap is made with a large pineapple motif.
4) Victoria Rose Baby Bonnet by Kirsten Holloway Desgins
“Crochet a beautiful, vintage style, lace baby bonnet with this free crochet pattern. Delicate shells, and petals add charm to this heirloom quality piece.”
5) Crochet Lacy Scarf by Stitching Together
“This crochet lacy scarf pattern is surprisingly simple. Lacy patterns can tend to look intimidating until you realize those lacy bits are made mostly of chains! The repeating shell stitch is made of five double crochets in the same stitch.”
6) Fall Sparkles Shawl by Jessie At Home
“I love fall colors! This triangular shawl features little leaves throughout, along with some beautiful beads from Bead Biz.”
7) Caution to the Wind Scarf by Sweet Potato Crochet Creations
“The Caution to the Wind scarf is a simple yet striking patterned scarf. The chevrons or arrows within the scarf reminded one of my testers of the caution arrowhead road signs.”
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