Lacy Crochet Kerchief

Mar 11, 2009
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Author

Kristen TenDyke

Introduction

I dreadlocked my hair about a year ago, and since then I’m always wearing something on my head to keep the locks back, away from my face, out of my knitting, crocheting, and everything else. I’ve become pretty reliant on a few staple hair accessories, but one Saturday, when preparing to play with some yarn, I realized I couldn’t find ANY of them. What’s a girl to do?

Well, that weekend I just happened to be obsessed with crochet, and one stitch pattern in particular. So, I pulled a ball of yarn from my stash, grabbed a hook, and whipped up a quick kerchief. Designing in crochet always allows me to be spontaneous—that’s what I love about it. If I work a couple rows in a stitch pattern, and it ends up not being what I like, I just rip it out, slip my hook back into the one stitch that remains, and continue along like nothing ever happened...Read more

Materials List

• 1 ball of Sundance or Soft Linen from Classic Elite Yarns or yarn of your choice.

• Size US I/9 or G/6 (5.5 or 4 mm) crochet hook
Or size to obtain desired gauge.

• Two removable stitch markers

Finished Size

Any size; pattern is written for 21" circumference with instructions for adjusting it to any length.

Gauge

Gauge is not critical for this design.

The Pattern

Download this free pattern here

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Comments

iamnichole wrote
on Jan 20, 2010 7:31 AM

I just finished making this and I love it! It's so adorable!!! And it crocheted up super fast. What a wonderful design!

Myra Brewer wrote
on Feb 9, 2010 12:00 PM

This is so pretty! I am new to crocheting and reading patterns.  Please help me with the instructions starting with the paragraph "Place markers" and then the next paragraph too.  I made the band easy.  The instructions are Greek to a novice like me.  Thank you for your time.  Mjb