Lacy Crochet Scarves From Edgings – Häkel-Spitzenschals aus Bordüren

Lacy Crochet Scarves From Edgings - Häkel-Spitzenschals aus Bordüren
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I love to crochet lacy scarves, but I don’t like to always work the same pattern.
Therefore I was looking for some patterns for such lacy crochet scarves and didn’t find what I was searching for.
Then an idea stroke: What is a lacy crochet scarf but two edgings back-to-back?

On the first photo you see one of my scarves made from a handkerchief edging from a magazine I bought. I used acrylic yarn. The second one is from a towel edging from another book. And for the third I first crocheted a middle strip which I surrounded afterwards by a self designed edging.

Addendum: By the way, I found this idea so clever, that I entered this post to the This Thursday is all about… challenge 3 Clearly Clever ;-))
Therefore Tracey’s comment ;-)

Lacy Crochet Scarves From Edgings - Häkel-Spitzenschals aus Bordüren

Ich liebe es, Spitzenschals zu häkeln, aber ich arbeite nicht gerne immer dasselbe Muster.
Daher habe ich nach ein paar Vorlagen für solche Spitzenschals gesucht, und nicht so recht gefunden, was ich gesucht habe.
Dann hatte ich eine Idee: Was ist ein Spitzenschal anderes als zwei Häkelbordüren Rücken an Rücken?

Auf dem ersten Foto sieht man einen meiner Schals, aus einer Taschentuch-Bordüre gehäkelt, die ich aus einem Magazin hatte. Ich habe Acrylgarn dafür verwendet. Der zweite ist mit einer Handtuch-Bordüre gemacht, die ich aus einem anderen Buch habe. Und für den dritten habe ich erst einen ‘Mittelstreifen’ gehäkelt, den ich dann mit einer selbst entworfenen Bordüre eingefasst habe.

Nachtrag: Ich fand diese Idee übrigens so clever, dass ich sie als Beitrag zum This Thursday is all about… challenge 3 Clearly Clever ‘eingereicht’ habe. ;-))
Daher auch Traceys Kommentar ;-)

Lacy Crochet Scarves From Edgings - Häkel-Spitzenschals aus Bordüren

Crocheted Edging Links – Häkelbordüren Links
Crochet Pattern CentralFree Edging Crochet Pattern Links – Freie Häkelbordürenmuster Links
crochet.about.comSearch results for ‘edging’ – Suchergebnisse für ‘edging’


10 Responses to “Lacy Crochet Scarves From Edgings – Häkel-Spitzenschals aus Bordüren”

  1. 1 jessica June 15, 2008 at 4:43 pm

    they all look lovely but my favorite has to be the top one, it would make a beautiful scarf

  2. 2 Susann June 15, 2008 at 5:46 pm

    Thank you very much.
    I love them too and I am looking forward to wearing them as soon as it gets colder :)

  3. 3 Tracey AKA rattytatty July 3, 2008 at 5:05 pm

    Beautiful scarves Susann. We don’t mind people being Immodest LOL We want to encourage you to Blow your own trumpet and march to the sound of your own drum
    Congratulations you have nmanaged to modestly blow your own trumpet. they are magnificent scarves and the idea behind them was inspired.
    Thanks for taking part in our challenge

  4. 4 Susann July 3, 2008 at 5:51 pm

    Tracey, what can I say: I blush modestly ;-)))

  5. 5 susiebwell July 3, 2008 at 8:20 pm

    thanks for joining in!

  6. 6 Dawn July 5, 2008 at 5:01 pm

    Wow they are so well made and such detail – beautiful

  7. 7 Susann July 6, 2008 at 7:26 pm

    Dawn: Thank you so much!
    Now you know, why I love to make my lacy scarves from edgings, they always look so delicate.

  8. 8 Barbara Hagerty July 10, 2008 at 1:33 am

    What a great inspiration! I love to crochet and am always looking for new ways of doing things. Your crocheted lace edgings are beautiful! How clever of you to combine them to make a scarf! Clearly a good idea!!

  9. 9 Susann July 10, 2008 at 7:48 am

    Thank you Barbara.
    I’m looking forward to seeing some of your future edging scarves at your blog ;-)

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