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How to crochet a lace square

teacher avatar Linzy Harris, Crochet & Design

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Lessons in This Class

11 Lessons (52m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:01
    • 2. What you will need

      0:28
    • 3. Lesson 1, the 1st round of the lace square crochet pattern

      2:53
    • 4. Lesson 2, using treble crochet

      3:10
    • 5. Lesson 3, using treble crochet and chains

      3:23
    • 6. Lesson 4, using trebles and the cluster stitch

      9:53
    • 7. Lesson 5, using more double crochet and chains

      4:07
    • 8. Lesson 6, the beginning of turning the circle into a square

      7:28
    • 9. Lesson 7, using trebles, chains and half trebles

      12:29
    • 10. Lesson 8, the final round, using trebles and double trebles

      6:13
    • 11. Conclusion

      1:02
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I will be showing you how to crochet a delicate looking lace square. This pattern is beautiful and will fit in to any blanket making projects. I have introduced a easy to follow pattern that you can read whilst watching the video lessons. Included is a PDF of all the abbreviations that are used in the class.

I hope you enjoy this class as much as I've enjoyed making it.

Please feel free to share your work, as always would love to see, also, if you have any questions, fire away, I'll be happy to help you.

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1. Introduction: Hello and welcome to discretionary clamps on crocheting lace square. We're going to be crocheting a square like this, a k. And this is a terrific project. I'm using it as parts of my grave for a project. And you'll be using some all sources which is put together. And also in video lessons you'll see I will have added some subtitles and with some abbreviations to the pattern. So it just sort of gets the ball rolling in reading patterns of crochet. So, and also, I'll be showing you step-by-step how you can make one of these. So I'm really excited. So that's hop over to the first lesson. 2. What you will need: So this class, you will need a crochet hook. I'm using a five millimeter crochet hook. This is entirely your preference. I would recommend anything from a four millimeter to five millimeter. And of course some of your chosen yarn. The yarn I'm using is, hey, failed bonus dk, extra value in slate gray. 3. Lesson 1, the 1st round of the lace square crochet pattern: Kay, so we're gonna start our first round side, scrap yarn. And we're gonna make a slit not so wrap over the finger ones. Wrap Havre again. Take the first rap over the second wrap and pull it off. Alright, BAM. Pop our leap on our hook. And we're gonna start by chaining six. So yarn over and pull for 123456. And then we're going to join this up with a slip stitch to make our circle. So into the first chain. Whoops, insert your hook yarn over porphyry, ample free. And now we have our circle. So in the circle, the first thing we're going to say is we are going to chain one. And we're going to be working 12 double crochet days into our circle. Okay? So what we see with our double crochet is we insert our hook yarn either pool for a yarn EVA, pool, fruity. That's one. And again, insert our HRQ. Yarn EVA, pool fray, yarn EVA pool, fruity. That's 2345, 6789. Now we do not 12 double crochet. We're going to slip stitch into the first double crochet and K. So put your hook through that first stage. Yarn EVA, pull through and poor free. And that is our first random. So that's hopped over to the next lesson. And we will do round t. 4. Lesson 2, using treble crochet: Okay, so here we are on a mountain. And the first thing we're going to do is we are going to chain four, okay? So 1234. Now we chain for because the first free chains, again to act as our treble. And we need a chain for a space. So what we're going to do is we're going to do a treble crochet into the next double crochet. So your ANOVA insert into the top of the stage. The ANOVA pull through, yarn over, pull through two, yon EVA, pool free too, and chain one. And then again in the next stage, yarn over, inserts yon EVA pool for Yom EVA, pool fruit to yarn over, pull through two and chain one. And we're going to do this all the way around. So we do a trouble followed by a chain. Perhaps more. They're losing the plot, I think. K. And we're coming up, we have come up to the first one. Say we should have 12 stitches. So we have 123456789101112. And we're gonna connect this into the third chain, this chain four, okay, cuz that would be the top of the first stage. So just going to insert our hook into the third chain, grab the yarn, pull Frey, and pull through the loop on your hook. And that is the second round done. So join me in the next lesson and we will do RAM fray. 5. Lesson 3, using treble crochet and chains: And the first thing we're going to say is we're gonna slip stitch into this chain one space, a case. All these spaces are called a chain one space. All right? So we're just going to insert our hook through the space. Your neighbor pool for a yarn either poor through the late and we have, we are in that space working in now. And so first thing we're going to do is we're going to chain 312 Frey. And this chain free will act as our first treble. We're going to do two more travels into the same chain, one space. Alright. So Janay, that inserts your neighbor porphyry. Yarn EVA, pool fruit to yarn over, pull through two. And again, yarn EVA, inserts yarn EVA pool through, yarn over, pool fruit to yarn over, pull through two. And then we're going to chain one. And then we're going to do free travels into the next space. And then we're going to chain one. And then we're going to repeat this all the way around the circle. So another free trouble since the next space. Just repeat this. What we'll do is we'll pause the video here and we'll meet back when we're on in honest chain space, which is here. And then I'll show you what to do next. Okay, so I'm just finishing my last free triples into this chain space, chain one. And then we're going to connect it to the top of the chain free here. Ok. So just pop your hook through that chain, grab the yarn, pull Frey and porphyry The late, and we have connected up, and that is the end of round phrase. So in the next lesson, we are going to be working on around four. 6. Lesson 4, using trebles and the cluster stitch: Hello and welcome to RAM for. So in this round, there's more today. Obviously. I'm again suggests we're going to take it just one step at a time, so it's not too overwhelming. And the first thing we need to do is we need to take our hook and our loop to begin in this chain one space. Okay, but we're way over here. So what we need to do is we need to slip stitch in the tops of these two triples and in that space to get there and K. So we're going to insert, insert our hook, sorry into the top of that trouble stitch, yarn over, pull through and proofread the loop on your HRQ. And again in the next treble, yarn over, pull through, pull through on your loop, and then into the chain space, and pull through the leap. So we slipped stitched from here to here. Okay, so first thing we're going to say we need to do a beginning cluster in this space. So we're gonna first of all chain three. And this chain free will act as our first treble. Okay? So to make a beginning cluster, it only needs Free Travels. Sometimes you use five triples, but as a beginning one, we're going to use three. So we've just chained chains three, which is our first triple. So any meats due to more travels to make our cluster. Okay? So we're going to yarn over, insert your neighbor, pull through yarn and pull through two, and stop that. Okay? So now we have in total to travel. So we only need to do this one more time. Okay? Yarn EVA, insert, yarn EVA, pool through, yarn EVA pool fruity. And as you can see, we have our free troubles in bats, including that chain three and the free loops on our HRQ. And we're going to yarn and pull through all free loops on our hook. And that is a beginning cluster. Okay? We're going to chain free. No, no, we're going to chain two. Sorry. Not free to 12. Okay. Sorry. And what we're going to see here is we're going to miss one travel. And we're going to do a treble into the next travel. So that would be the middle treble here, some myths One and work a triple in the next one. Sirna that inserts yarn EVA pool through yarn EVA pool free to yarn EVA pool fruity. Okay. And that is that, okay into due to chains. And we're going to work a cluster of four cluster into this next space here. So a four cluster will consist of five troubles. Okay? So again to yarn EVA, inserts yarn over porphyry. Yarn, EVA, pool fruity yarn, EVA, insert Janae, ever pull through yarn EVA, poor fruity yarn, EVA, insights, yarn EVA pool free yarn, EVA porphyry too. So that's three. Yarn EVA inserts. Yarn EVA pool through, yarn EVA pool F3, two, that's four. Yarn EVA inserts, yarn EVA, pore free, yarn, EVA, pool fruity. And now we have five Travels. Now we'll go into yarn and pull through all those loops that are on your HRQ, the K. And we're going to chain T, one T. And like last time, we are going to do another treble into the second treble along. So we're gonna miss this S1 and work in the next one. Okay. So Mrs. treble whack the next one. Sirna that insert yarn EVA pool free yarn over porphyry to yarn EVA porphyry T. Okay? And then we're going to chain two. And then we're going to do another cluster into this chain one space, yarn EVA, inserts yarn EVA pool through yarn over porphyry too. I'm just going to make sure I've got plenty of sorry about the camera will ball. Okay, so that's our first treble. Yarn EVA inserts yarn over pore free. Yarn EVA pool free to yarn over, insert yarn over, pull through, yarn over, pull through two. And again, one more. Then your navel, and pull through all those loops on the hook and chain too. And then we are going to miss miss the next stage and do a travel into the next stage. And then again, we're gonna do our cluster. And then all the way free. Chain to skip a stage and work in the mx1, move your travel. And then another cluster chain, one space chain to skip the first treble and work in the second stage. And chain too. And then another cluster. So we're going to pause here. So I'd like you to work your cluster into the chain, one space, chained to work a travel. So you skip a stitch, a treble in the middle stage, ok, into that one. And then chain to then a cluster chain to then a treble skipper stitch, a market in that second stitch that, so always remember, it's the very middle stage when you're working in your travels. Mackay, I hope that makes sense. So from hair cluster chain to skip a state treble chain to cluster chain to skip a stitch treble chain to, okay, so work all the way around and we will meet back when we are doing on last cluster, which would be here. Okay. And I will see you in a minute. Kenny. So I've worked my last cluster and I changed too. And the only thing left to do is to work our last treble into the second stitch along, okay. Is a little bit tricky because if you remember at the beginning we did slip stitch all way over. So it's a little bit trickier getting the hook through. But you know, you should manage. Okay. And then chain to and then again slip stitch into the top of the food chain here. And that is our rounds for complete. So that's, that's from four to one. Okay, so lets hop over to the next lesson where we will be doing gram five. 7. Lesson 5, using more double crochet and chains: Okay, so welcome to around five. This round is really, really simple. It's not too complicated. So what we're going to do is we're going to be using double crochet is on this round, okay? And the first thing we are going to do is we are going to slip stitch our way into that first two chain space here. Okay? So we just have to slip stitch into the top of the next treble and then slip stitch into the chain to space. Okay? And we are going to chain one. Alright? And then we are going to do free double crochet into this space, that very same space. So just need to insert our hook yarn over, pull through yarn over, and pull through the two loops on your homework. So that's one. So yarn over, pull through, yarn over pool for Ooh. That's to insert yarn over, pull through your neighbor, poor fruity. And there's our free double approches. Now easily enough, we're just going to continue this in each of the two, the two chain spaces, sorry. So we're just going to hop right EVA in. So our HRQ, yarn over, pull through, yarn over pool for biofuel loops, that's 12. And again to the next one, to another free double caches, 123. Okay, and then the next one and to another three. I'm not going to repeat this all the way around. That's all there is to just double crochet is pretty simple. Okay? So I'm going to pause, okay, and leave you to do this. So simply, all it is in each of the two chains spaces, it's free double caches, bus it, nothing else. So you can hop right over into the next space. Free double crochet, free double cliches, free double approches all the way around your circle. And we will meet back. And when we get to the last step in this space here, and I'll show you what to do. Okay, so well done. We have done our free double caches in each chain two spaces. So as you can say, in every single chain to space, that is free, double crochet days all the way around. Okay. And to finish off, we are just going to slip stitch into the first double crochet that we did. Okay. So we're just going to insert our hook into the top of that stitch, grab the yarn and pull through the loop on your hook and bat is today R15 or complete. So that's hop over to the next lesson. And I will show you ran six. 8. Lesson 6, the beginning of turning the circle into a square: Hello and welcome to RAM six. In this round, we're going to be turning our circle into a square. Ok? So the first thing we're going to do, we are going to chain three. So we're going to change 3123 and we're going to do a travel into the same space as such, chained free. Okay? So again to yarn EVA, insert our hook into the same space. Yarn over pool free, yarn over poor fruit to yarn over, pull fruity. Next we're going to chain to 12. And we're going to do two triples into the same space again, because this is going to make our corner. So JAR Nova and insert into the same space. Ghani, The pool free yarn EVA, pool fruit to yarn over and pull through two and do another treble. And that is the beginning of our first corner. Okay? Next we're going to chain two. And now we're going to be using double caches. And we are going to do five double crochet in between these groups of free double cliches that we did on the last round. So we're gonna be working in between them. So in between the sets of three, we're going to put a double crochet N, Okay? So I'm going to insert my hook there as it's right in between. And do a double crochet. Then we're going to chain two. And then we're going to do another double, double crochet into the next space and chain two. And then we're going to do several questions. The next space right in between the sets of frey. So that's 123221 into in-between the next space of the two groups chain too. And so far we've done one to three forces, saw last one in the space in between and chain t. Now we're going to do our next corner. So we're going to do a treble into the space between the next light, between the frieze, the groups of free, Sorry. Okay, like we have been doing and do our treble. And then we're going to do another treble into the same space. And then we're going to chain too. And then we're going to do another two triples into the same space. And that's our next corner done and chain too. So you already, so let's just have a look so you can see the pattern. Ok, that's what it should look like. All right, so let's go through that again. So we're gonna be doing double crochet in-between each set a free double caches five times. Okay, so let's do our first one and chain too. And then the second one. And then the third one chain. And then the fourth one, chain TE, one more time. The fifth one and chain TA. And then we're going to work on our corner. So we're gonna do a treble. And another one in the same space. And chain say, and then another two tribals. So we now have free corners when I do that. So we're going to do another side chain to. And remember in-between the free, the grips of free double caches. One chain to two, chain to, for a chain too, or chain to one more, five, chain t. And then we're ready to do our next corner. So to tribals, chain 22 troubles in the same space. And there's our last corner now, which is we just got to finish off our, our little wall. Ok, and just grab some more yarn. So looking very good so well to unbutton following this psi now against change say. And again, in-between the grips of Fray, a tuple quite shy, followed by a chain to a, to a four, five and chain t num again to slip stitch this into the top of the chain three. And we have completed our four walls. That starts off R-square. Let's just take a look. Please feel free to go back. I hope you found the subtitles on the screen helpful as well. But yeah, there we are. That's our round six or complaint. 9. Lesson 7, using trebles, chains and half trebles: Okay, welcome back. We are now on around seven. Okay. So to start with, we are going to chain 3123 and we're going to do a treble into the next stage. And in the corner space we are going to do to troubles. Then we're going to chain two. And then we're going to do another two troubles. Alrighty, K. And that's our first corner done. And in the next two troubles we're going to do a treble in each of those stitches. Okay. So a treble and then another travel into the next stage. Okay? And then in this space here, this two chains space, we're going to work a triple and a half treble. Says saw treble. And then a half treble will yarn over, insert yarn over poor fru. And then we're going to yarn over and pull fruit, all free loops on the hook, and that's a half triple. Okay? Then we're going to do a half trouble into this double crochet here. Okay? So where we did our double crochet, we're gonna do a half triple win that. And then in the next two chain space, I'm going to do to doubled caches, 12. And in the next double crochet, we're going to do another double crochet. And in the next two chain space we're going to do to double caches. And in the next double crochet, inevitable crochet. And then same again to double caches, chain to space. And a double crochet in the double crochet. Brilliant. In this space we're going to do. And never to double crochet case. One. And in this double crochet, we're going to do a half treble, okay? So Yarn EVA, insert yarn over, pull through, yarn EVA, pool fruit or free. Okay, that's your half treble. And then in the next space we're going to do a half treble and trouble to match up where we started CR ANOVA, insert yarn over, pull through, yarn over porphyry or fray. And then a trouble in the same space. And then we're going to do a triple into each of the next two triples. And then for our corner, two triples into our corners space. One. Then we're going to change and to another to troubles. Okay? Then we okay, entity the same sequence as we did on the last ry. K. Psi gives D a treble into each of the next two triples, a triple and a half treble, chain to space. I have trouble into bat, double crochet there. And then we're going to double crochet in the next chain to space. And we're going to do a double crochet in the next double crochet. Need one of those gone. And you can get these holders that you stick your yarn and, and that will roll offers you as you're working is really good. Musket one. Ok, so another to double crochet is in the next chain to space. Double crochet into the next double crochet. To double crashes into the next chain to space. Double crochet into the next double crochet. And then we're going to do a double, two double cliches into the next chain to space. And we're going to do a half treble, ends the next double crochet. And then we're going to do a half triple in the next chain to space. And then a treble. It's the same space. And then we're going to do a triple in the next two trouble stitches. 12. And we've come to our corner again. So then we're going to do to troubles intraconal space and do another two troubles. Then we're going to do a travel into the next two triples. Okay? And then we're going to do a treble and a half travel into the next chain to space. And then we're going to do a half treble into this double crochet space, double crochet, sorry. Then we're going to do to double crochet Since the next chain to space. Double crochet into the top of the double crochet. And then again to double cliches in the next chain to space. And another double crochet, excuse me, into the next double crochet. Again, to double crochet in syntax chain to space. Double crochet into the next double crochet. To double-click caches. The next chain two. And then we're going to have trouble into the top of the double crochet. And then we're going to do another half trouble in this chain to space and travel in the same space. And then we're going to do a triple in the next two triples. And then we're going to do two triples in the corner. And then we're gains chain t. And then we're gonna pull some more urine out because we're running out here. And then we're going to do another T travels into the same corner space. And then we're going to do a triple in the next two troubles. And then we're going to do a triple and a half triple in the next chain to space. And then we're going to do a half triple in the top of the double crochet. And then we're going to do to double crochet is in the next chain to space. Double crochet into the double crochet. And again, to double caches in the next chain to space. Double crochet into the next double crochet. To double cliches, double crochet into the next double crochet. And finally to double crochet case. Have trouble in the next double crochet. Half triple in the next chain to space. And a treble into the same space. And we are back at the beginning. Then we're going to join this up to the top of the chain free where we started. And we have completed round seven. Look at bar. We have only one more round to go, and then we have finished our square. I hope you were able to follow that. Please feel free to go back a few steps if you need to. And we will see you into the next lesson on the next round. 10. Lesson 8, the final round, using trebles and double trebles: Hello and welcome. We are now on the final round, rounds a of r square. Ok? And the first thing we're going to do this round is really simple. Absolutely. So the first thing we're going to do is we're going to chain three, so 123. And we're going to be working triples in all of our stitches around apart from the corners. And I will show you what to do. So what we're going to do is we're going to work a treble into the next free stitches. Ok. So one to fray. And in the corner we're going to do a treble. And we're going to work a double treble. So for a double, triple, We're going to yarn over our hook twice. Like that. We're going to insert our HRQ yarn over, pull through. We're going to yarn over poor fruit to yarn over, pull through two, and yarn over and pull through two. And that's your double treble. We are then going to do another travel into the same space. So just normal treble. And that's the corner and that's all you do for the corner. And then we're going to work or travel into each stitch around. Ok. So I'll do this side and then I'll show you one more time how to work the corner. And then I will let you work your way round. So nice round. This rounds niacin. I simply k halfway there now, just diver halfway. Raccoon, hugs, getting a little bit carried away now one propagating hideaway. Psi. Describe some more. And we're approaching the corner. Jk aren't just one more, right? So in the corners it's one triple, one double trouble. Xian over twice. In SART Janae the pool for yarn over pool fruit to yarn over, pore free too, and yarn over and pull through two. And then another trouble. And that shall corner. And then in each step, which from now on, all the way around the next corner triples. And then it's treble, doubled, tripled treble. So you're going to work all the way around. And when we get back to here, we'll meet up and I will show you how to finish off, and that will be the final part of our square. So let's pause here and we'll meet backgrounds in a minute. Right, guys. So I'm just working my way through these last few stitches before we can join up and have a look at Square. So completed the last stitch. And same token as before. We're going to slip stitch into the top of the chain three. And we're going to yarn over, pull that through. And I am not organize because I have my sneakers in my bag. I forgot to get them out and that is really that. Sorry. Okay. So hummed this game. See snip my on-off, stop the camera from warbling. I apologize. And just pull that through. And we have finished our scrap. Look at that. That's a lovely lace, Lacey looking square. And that is going to go well with my pattern that I'm making for my blanket. Okay, so I've got another one here and I've got a very solid one here. So something about grade, I really love. So that is how you make a least square. So I really look forward to seeing what you can, what you can do, what colors you're using. And just really looking forward to it, say, please show me your work when you finished. I'd love to see it. And that is the end of our lesson on making and least square. Well done. 11. Conclusion: Hi, this is Lindsay. I hope you have enjoyed this class on how to crochet LA squire. As you may have noticed in the video lessons, I have added subtitles. And for that reason, I wanted to introduce you to sorts of how water it will be like to read a pattern. But the beauty of this is, is you get to see how to do it. And also in our Learn the words and the abbreviations as we go along. If you are unsure of what the abbreviations mean in the subtitles, I have attached a PDF file feed downloads of all the abbreviations used in this class. I hope you've enjoyed it as much as I've enjoyed teaching it. And I would really love to see your finished squares. Thank you very much for watching until next time. Bye.