Our bookshelves have filled with books of instructions for the cutest ever crocheted flowers, leaves, and other motifs. What can we do with all those sweet little things? We can make Crochet Charm Lace, a beautiful lacy cloth that uses up our yarn leftovers of all weights and textures.
The best things about Crochet Charm Lace:
- You can make projects in any shape and size.
- You can use up leftover yarns and reduce your stash.
- You can mix together all kinds of yarns and weights of yarn.
- Other than trying for a “firm” gauge, gauge is unimportant.
You can learn this fun technique in my 3-hour workshop about Crochet Charm Lace. In the workshop, we make a small table mat, like the Forget-Me-Not project below. To book the workshop, please email me at knitandcrochetwithsuzann at outlook dot com. You can crochet the motifs yourself as homework, or purchase motif kits from me.
Here are more Crochet Charm Lace projects. Enjoy!
Dogwood Scarf. Photo credit: Interweave Crochet/Harper Point Photography
Credit: Noro Knitting Magazine Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Paul Amato for LVARepresents.com