Lace Crochet Ribbon / How to Do Lace Crochet?


Lace Crochet Ribbon / How to Do Lace Crochet?

 Creating an openwork tape lace crochet strip involves using a combination of stitches to form a delicate and lacy pattern. Below is a basic guide on how to make a lace tape strip in crochet. Feel free to adapt it based on your preferences and the project you’re working on.

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  • Crochet hook appropriate for your yarn weight
  • Yarn of your choice


  • ch: chain
  • dc: double crochet
  • tr: treble crochet
  • sk: skip
  • sp: space

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  1. Foundation Chain:
    • Start by making a foundation chain of the desired length. The number of chains should be a multiple of the stitch pattern repeat.
  2. Row 1: Base Row
    • Work a base row of stitches. For example, you can start with a row of double crochet (dc) or any other stitch that complements your design.
  3. Row 2: Openwork Lace Pattern
    • Begin the openwork lace pattern. A simple pattern could be:
      • Chain 3 (counts as a tr), sk next stitch, 1 tr in the next stitch.
      • Repeat the above sequence across the row.
      • End the row with a tr in the last stitch.

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  1. Row 3: Building the Lace Pattern
    • Start the next row by chaining 3 (counts as a tr).
    • Work tr into the space created by the chain-3 from the previous row.
    • Continue this pattern across the row, making sure to work tr into the spaces created by the chain-3 from the previous row.
  2. Repeat:
    • Continue repeating Row 3 or modify the pattern as desired to create your lace tape strip. Experiment with different combinations of stitches and spacing to achieve the openness and delicacy you want.

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  1. Edging:
    • Optionally, you can add an edging to finish off your lace tape strip. This could be a simple border of single crochet, picots, or any other decorative edge you prefer.
  2. Fasten Off:
    • Once you reach the desired length or complete the pattern for your lace tape, fasten off and weave in the ends.

Remember to customize the pattern based on your preferences and the specific project you’re working on. Lace crochet allows for a lot of creativity, so feel free to experiment with different stitch combinations and spacing to achieve the look you desire.