A very long scarf as a matter of fact 180 cm (72 inches) and 18 cm wide (7.2 inches)
Made with a 5 mm hook and Alize Angora ( suitable to 1-4 crochet hook), alternating stitches. (Tip: use a bigger hook then specified on label to be more lacy, or a smaller, if you don’t like lace crochet).
Gauge: not important
Row 1: 1 dc in each ch. 250 dc. [UK: 1 treble in each ch, 250 tr].
I used some cluster flowers (modified):
I inserted 10 dc [ UK treble] between flowers and in the middle I joined with sc [hdc].
Instead of 1 dc, ch 1 [ 1 tr ch 1], I made 1 sc, ch 1 [1 tr, ch 1].
Next row – broomstick lace: ( without a broom: ch 3, * pick up 4 loops from each next 4 st, yarn over, pull yarn through 4 loops on the hook, yarn over, draw yarn through last 2 loops on hook; turn those 4 loops to see the middle and work 4 sc [hdc] in the middle*, repeat *_* until the end of the row, finish with 1 dc.
Here is a Teresa Richardson’ s tutorial for broomstick lace, if you own one, or you can use a piece of cardboard…
Next row: Cross stitch
Next row: 1 dc in each st.
Another row of broomstick lace.
Next row : ch 3, *3 dc tog in the next st, ch 1, skip 1 st, cross st, 3 dc tog in the next st*; repeat until the end of the row. Finish with 1 dc.
[ch 3, *3 tr tog, ch 1, skip 1 st, cross st, 3 tr tog in the next st*; repeat *_* and finish row with tr].
Last row: 1 dc in each st. [ 1 tr in each st].
Work broomstick lace all around. In the corners: 1 dc, ch 3, 1 dc. [1 tr, ch 3, 1 tr].