Crochet Lace Leaves
Number of stitches needed: Multiple of 20
1st row: * Repeat from * to * 1 st. tight, 4 ch. 2nd row: * 1 br., 4 ch and chq. 5th bow to 2 ch, 1 picot of 4 ch and sl st. casting, 2 ch *. 3rd row. 1 st. tight, 4 ch, 1 st. tight, 3 ch, then 1 pt. blown four double-br. the pin, 3 ch, one triple-br. incomplete in the same pin and 3 double-br incomplete stitched above the first thrown elapsed triple-br. We thus obtain: 1 pt. blown four double-br. on a shank which is the lower part of the triple-br. Continue to patterns. 4th row. : 4 Pts blown double-br. and 5 ch.
Crochet Lace Foam
Necessary number of meshes: 16 Multiple.
In a row of st. tight to the 2nd row: * 3 br in 1 st. tight (the 1st dc.'s turn is replaced by 3 ch), 3 ch, skip 3 sts. tight, st. tight, 3 ch, skip 3 sts close the previous row.* Repeat from * to *. 3rd row: 3 pts blown 3 br. separated by 2 ch and arc. 5 ch. 4th row: Double-br. and arc of 4 ch by drawing the last arc being made of 2 ch and a hdc. 5th row: Start with 1 st. tight, 1 triple-br, 4 ch, 1 dc incomplete stuck in the cast of the triple-br. previous past with a triple-br. Continue to patterns.
Crochet Lace Diane
Execution: Make a chain a number of st. divisible by 13 and 2 rows. of st. tight. 3rd row: Repeat from * to *: * 7 br, 5 ch, skip 3 sts. tight, 1 st. tight, 5 ch, skip 3 sts. * tight. 4th row: 5 br, 7ch, 1 st. tight, 7 ch *. 5th row: * 3 br, 9 ch, 1 st. tight, 9 ch *. 6th row: 1 br, 12 ch, 1 st. tight, 12 ch. 7th row. * 10 ch, 2 quadruple-br, incomplete tog. and stitched as shown in the drawing, 10 ch, 1 st. tight *. 8th row: In chq. arc, to 12 st. tight, 1 st. tight, 1 picot of 4 ch and a si st. casting, 1 m. tightened.
Crochet Lace Flames
Execution: Do on a chain a number of st. divisible by 12 to 1 row. of st. tight one row. repeating 1 br, 2 ch, skip 2 sts. 3rd row: st. tight. 4th row: Start in the middle of a large arc with 8 ch, then repeat from * to *: * 1st. tight, 5 ch, jump 5 st of row and the previous st: 1 triple-br, 3 quadruple-br and one triple-br all separated from each other by 2 ch, and then 5 ch, jump 5 ch *. 5th row: 27 st. tight on ea. arc. 6th row: For angles, to 10 ch and sell ens, 1 quadruple-br, 1 quintuple-br, 1 sextuple-br, 1 quintuple-br, 1 quadruple-br as shown in the patterns, 10 ch. Do the same for the sides but with arc. 8 ch (instead of 10 ch). 7th row: st. tight, but after rounding the corner, the second group of multiple-br, turn the work, make 1 group ens flowing: 1 quintuple-br, 1 sextuple-br, 1-br sevenfold, 1 sextuple-br. and 1 quintuple-br, then 12 ch, 1 sl st. casting stitched in 1 st. tight, turn the piece and make st. tight on the bow which have been made. 8th row: st. tight and pin 3 ch, 1 st. casting.
Crochet Lace Ruby
Make a chain a number of st. divisible by 27. 1st row: M. tight second row: Make groups of five quadruple-br separated by 2 ch, jumping 8 st. of previous row to a range with one quad-br, 1 quintuple-br, 1 sextuple-br, 1-br sevenfold, 1 sextuple-br, 1 quintuple-br, 1 quadruple-pe-br, these multiple-br being separated by 3 ch. 3rd row: On chq. st. of previous row to 1 st. tightened. 4th row: 13 br and above the fan 3 ch, 1 br. 5th row: Above 13 br, According to drawing: 1 st. tight, 5 ch, 1 br on 7th br, 5 ch, 1 st. tight and the fans, make br. 6th row: Arc. 5 ch, st. tight and pin 3 ch and a sl st. casting as per patterns.
Crochet Lace Columns
Make a chain of the desired length to 1st row of st. tight. 2nd row: Repeat 4 br, 2 ch. Always replace first dc of row by 3 ch. 3rd row: Make 4 br above 2 st. up to 2 ch above the br. 4th row. 1 br, 2 ch, and one triple-br, 1 quadruple-br, 1 triple-br all separated by 3 ch and groups according to pattern. 5th row: st. tight. 6th row: Groups of 4 br. and 2 ch. 7th-9th row: At the corners, make groups.