20 Beautiful Broomstick Lace Crochet Patterns You Must See
by Diane Holland
Broomstick lace is one of my very favorite types of crochet and I am loving these fabulous broomstick lace crochet patterns!
Broomstick crochet is amazing because of it’s beautiful and unique stitches. I love how it looks and believe you will too!
If you haven’t tried it, don’t worry! Broomstick crochet looks intimidating but once I finally tried it it was so much easier than I thought it was going to be.
In this collection, we have a variety of items from shawls, neckwarmers, and fingerless gloves to baby blankets and afghans.
There is also something for everyone whether you are a beginner or advanced level.
So, are you ready to take a look at these wonderful broomstick lace crochet patterns?
Grab your favorite beverage and spend a few minutes browsing the fun patterns below!
20 Beautiful Broomstick Lace Crochet Patterns
You will love these beautiful broomstick lace crochet patterns! In this collection, you will find shawls, fingerless gloves, baby blankets, afghans, and lots more! There is also a variety of skill levels from beginner to intermediate. So, I am sure you will find something that strikes your fancy!
This gorgeous and soft pattern is perfect for baby's youngest days. Bundle baby tight, use as a soft mat for tummy time, or a beautiful decor in his or her nursery. Use whatever color you'd like to make your soft and cuddly baby afghan.
This elegant wrap can be worn in so many ways! Wear it around your shoulders when you get cold, around your neck as a fashionable scarf, or any way you desire. As the name implies, this wrap is crocheted using the broomstick lace technique. This pattern is great for practicing and learning broomstick lace. Prior experience with broomstick lace is not required, although it would be beneficial.
This broomstick lace looks so chic, works fast (especially with bulky weight yarn) and it's texture is simply fantastic. The length of the cardigan and sleeves is easy adjustable, so you can make it longer or shorter as well. It can be worn as a coat too, just choose to make it with some very warm yarn like wool or alpaca. Skill level - easy/intermediate.
This is a lovely crochet blanket pattern. The rainbow tints are formed in rows of broomstick lace for a luxurious crochet blanket. Loops are created on a giant knitting needle; a crochet hook works them together. Crocheted afghans are favorites with everyone whether you make them as presents for friends or for your own family and home.
The broomstick lace scarf has seed beads in the shell section giving this scarf a little sparkle. The floral scarf includes 3D flowers - one made in a granny square and another in a filet section. Pictured in Shangri La lace weight yarn from Bijou Basin Ranch. This yarn has fabulous drape, blocks well and is SUPER soft. One skein is used in each scarf. Skill Level: Intermediate.
Here is a crochet pattern for a three panel shawl making a half-hexagon shape. It is worked seamlessly, when the loops "outgrow" the broomstick, the panels are worked separately but joined to the previous panel as you go. The richly beaded border is a finely elegant touch. Finished size is approximately 26 by 62 inches.
This neckwarmer is a great beginner pattern for those new to broomstick lace. It does take a little different spin by using a super bulky yarn and offset broomstick lace. This creates a much more dense fabric. The pattern is very very easy to modify for different sizes. You could also use any weight yarn and appropriate hook, but you would have to adjust your starting stitch count and number of rows.
A beautiful circular baby blanket. This pattern begins working in rounds double crochet. Then as the circle grows the pattern incorporates rounds of Broomstick lace. This is an intermediate to challenging pattern. Techniques include double crochet, broomstick lace and increasing stitches.
Intermediate crochet pattern for a slouchy beanie using the beautiful vintage technique of Broomstick Lace Crochet. This hat uses a very simple construction making it a perfect introduction to the technique.
Using fingering weight yarn, this pattern tells you how to make a pretty pair of broomstick lace fingerless gloves or gauntlets. Wear them several ways. Easy to make once you master the broomstick lace technique, and quick to work up. The pattern is written in standard American terms and includes photos and all instructions on how to make the gloves.
This broomstick lace baby blanket pattern can be worked up for both boys and girls. It has a nice ruffled edge, which you can omit if making for a boy if you like, but I like how the gray turned out. The pattern provides a stitch multiple, so you can increase this to any size you want.
This is a fun vintage afghan from the 1970s. Broomstick lace offers you a quick way to make an afghan. Yarn is looped over a thick knitting needle, then worked off in groups with single crochet. Use six colors as shown here, one color predominant, or choose a rainbow of colors. The approx finished size will be 42"x67".
Crochet this elegant shawl for your next formal occasion or give it as a gift to someone you love for their special day. Step-by-step instructions show you how to create alternating rows of broomstick lace stitches and rows of star stitches to make a stunning accessory. A border and small beaded flower motif embellishments add just the right touch. Perfect for weddings and other formals. Finished size is approximately 14" to 16" by 76" long.
Kristin Omdahl's airy lace shawl, worked in alpaca and silk, will add a hint of romance to any outfit. The pattern is amazing and easy to follow with instructions written in one size. The finished measurements are approximately 19"/48.5cm wide x 62"/132cm long.
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